tgd as a generalized number theory
... 3.1.3 Infinite primes and physics in TGD Universe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
3.1.4 About literature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
3.2 Infinite primes, integers, and rationals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
3.2.1 Th ...
from its mathematical description to its experimental
... radiation-matter interaction [ER85, FLS65].
The first strong criticism to quantum theory came with the Einstein,
Podolsky and Rosen’s (EPR) paper “Can quantum-mechanical description
of the physical reality be considered complete?” [EPR35]. These authors recognized that, although quantum theory could ...
Quantum conditional probability - E
... for the first time. Interestingly enough, these two words, were soon part of my everyday
vocabulary. With the incredible help of Mauricio, whom, at that time, I hardly knew, on
Friday July 2nd I decided I would apply for a one-year Masters program at LSE. I am
really thankful to Mauricio for having ...
DE C - MSU College of Engineering
... a computational model, and room‐temperature
photoluminescence were used to extract the spatial
compositional dependence of the quantum well. The HREM
micrograph intensity profile was used to determine the shape of
the quantum well. A Fourier series method for solving the
BenDaniel–Duke Hamiltonian [ ...
New frontiers in quantum cascade lasers
... enough energy at the steps to create an electron–hole pair by
impact ionization at the potential step given by band discontinuity. The number of stages typically ranges from 20 to
35 for lasers designed to emit in the 4–8 μm range, but
working lasers can have as few as one or as many as over 100
Physik-Department Technische Universität München
... That unpublished article substantially inﬂuenced most of the material treated in
this thesis. Finally, I thank Enrique for sharing with me his Machiavellian approach
to life and physics. I could have not asked for a better master than you, Kike!
I would also like to thank Dr. Henning Christ, a form ...
Kondo Effect in Mesoscopic Quantum Dots
... characteristic Kondo temperature for that impurity/metal system. In a geometry where
transport is dominated by tunneling through a magnetic site, the enhanced scattering has
the opposite effect: conductance rises for T < TK, as a new mechanism for transport
becomes available (Appelbaum, 1966, Ng and ...
Physics meets philosophy at the Planck scale: Contemporary
... of superstring theory – if only the theory was sufficiently tractable for them to be
made – could be tested with currently available technologies. We will never observe
the effects of gravitational interactions between an electron and a proton in a hydrogen atom (Feynman 1995, p. 11, calculates that ...
Ph.D. Thesis Chirag Dhara
... and support over the years. His ability to combine work and life commitments yet always making the time to discuss our scientific and non-scientific
problems has been an inspiration.
There is, of course, nothing like working beside friends! So it is my
pleasure to thank all the members of my group, ...
... Moreover, theoretical results obtained so far provide evidence that quantum computation represents the rst real challenge to the modern, eciency oriented, version of
the Church-Turing thesis:
Any reasonable model of computation can be eciently simulated by probabilistic Turing machines.
Quantum c ...
Springer Tracts in Modern Physics
... This book grew out of my Habilitation thesis at the University of Augsburg. Thus the selection of topics and the particular emphasis put on semiclassical concepts certainly reflect my working experience. I did not attempt
to achieve a complete and fully balanced account of semiclassical approaches
Quantum fiction is a literary genre that reflects modern experience of the material world and reality as influenced by quantum theory and new principles in quantum physics. The genre is not necessarily science-themed and blurs the line separating science fiction and fantasy into a broad scope of mainstream literature that transcends the mechanical model of science and involves the fantasy of human perception or imagination as realistic components affecting the every day physical world. Quantum fiction is characterized by the use of an element in quantum mechanics as a storytelling device. In quantum fiction, everyday life hinges on some aspect of the quantum nature of reality.The genre reflects the modern human experience of new perceptions about material reality as affected by quantum physics, which transcends mechanical models of science and factors in imagination and human perception as components of reality.This genre is characterized by any or all of the following characteristics: The author's use of quantum mechanics to make possible supernatural, paranormal, or fantastic elements of a story in which reality appears to defy the laws of mechanical physics A character as a consciously influencing observer of reality The scientific recognition of an unquantified animating force of matter measured by Observer effect (physics), posited as consciousness or spirit A theme, character, or events of a story existing per an element explainable as reality according to quantum theory Adventures involving synchronicity, multiple dimension reality, interactive metaverses, parallel worlds or life as a multiverse Consciousness (a character or a reader) as an interactive influence in the creation and perception of reality and plot line Reality behaving unpredictably as per subatomic particles