Volume 6 - Quantum Mechanics and the Nature of Physical Reality

Winter 2014

This sixth issue of Euresis Journal is our first not directly related to a San Marino Symposium. Although the experience of the Symposia were the driving force behind the Euresis Journal initiative, since the very beginning we planned to present independent topical issues, in an attempt to expand the experience of interdisciplinary dialogue started in San Marino. Having experienced the potential and fruitfulness of focusing the discussions each time around specific themes of particularly broad scope and cultural relevance, as has been the case with the subjects treated in San Marino, we decided to follow the same structure for these new topical issues, which should from now on make up for one of our two releases every year.
The topic of this inaugural volume is “Quantum Mechanics and the Nature of Physical Reality.”  Read More

The whole volume or separate articles are available

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Gennaro Auletta , Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
 Quantum mechanics: ontology and information

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José I. Latorre , Dept. ECM, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain andC enter  for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore
Quantum will: determinism meets quantum mechanics

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Antonio Acin , ICFO-Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques, Mediterranean Technology Park,  Barcelona and ICREA-Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats, Barcelona
Randomness in quantum physics

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Stefano Forte, Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Milano and INFN, Sezione di Milano
The high-energy interpretation ofquantum mechanics

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Lucio Rossi, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva
Particle accelerators:machines for discovery

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John Polkinghorne , Queen’s College, Silver Street, Cambridge
Quantum mechanics and the nature of physical reality

COVER IMAGE 
Top Image:Bubble Chamber in 1970 – liquid hydrogen event (Copyright CERN); Bottom Image: “Quantum Corral”, Iron on Copper (1993) – Image originally created by IBM Corporation.