WE-Heraeus-Seminar “Quantum Contextuality, Non-Locality, and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics”, 17–19 February 2014 in Bad Honnef

Registration is now open for the 554. WE-Heraeus-Seminar “Quantum Contextuality, Non-Locality, and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics” to take place from 17th–19th February 2014 in Bad Honnef (Germany).

The topics of the seminar are quantum contextuality and non-locality, generalized physical theories, device independent protocols, uncertainty relations, and completeness of quantum mechanics.

Confirmed speakers are:

Antonio Acin (Barcelona),
Howard Barnum (Albuquerque),
Caslav Brukner (Wien),
Nicolas Brunner (Bristol),
Adan Cabello (Sevilla),
Giacomo Mauro D’Ariano (Pavia),
Dagomir Kaszlikowski (Singapore),
Jan‑Ake Larsson (Linkoeping),
Renato Renner (Zuerich),
Terry Rudolph (London),
Reinhard Werner (Hannover),
Marek Zukowski (Gdansk)

The number of participants is limited to about 60. We are grateful to announce that participation, board and lodging are covered by the WE-Heraeus-Foundation. Young scientists are particularly welcome.

For details of the registration see the web-page: http://www.physik.uni-siegen.de/tqo/we-seminar-14/

With best regards,

Matthias Kleinmann and Otfried Guehne

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One response to “WE-Heraeus-Seminar “Quantum Contextuality, Non-Locality, and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics”, 17–19 February 2014 in Bad Honnef

  1. I am far too old for your conditions. Still I want to point you to a mistake. Old retired physicists can still invent substantial, unconventional and controversial contributions to the lower levels of physics. The only thing they have to do is using their insight, experience and the energy that they have left into putting together a well deduced and self consistent model of these lower levels. Their advantage is that they no longer have to fear the criticism of their colleagues that are stuck with the methodologies and approaches of conventional physics.
    A prove is given by the Hilbert Book Model. http://www.e-physics.eu.

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