Trajectory-based descriptions of quantum processes offer both interpretative insight and computational utility to a wide range of problems in physics and chemistry. One such description by David Bohm and De Broglie treats a quantum system as an ensemble of interacting trajectories. This rather unorthodox idea has sparked philosophical debates into the interpretation of quantum mechanics and has inspired a quite a number of researchers to develop novel and unique ways of performing quantum simulations--especially in systems with large numbers of degrees of freedom.
This TSRC workshop will continue a series of workshops on "Bohm-inspired" quantum mechanics. The first of these, was held in 2000 at the Harvard Smithsonian Institute and subsequent workshops on this theme have been held at various locations:
2002 CECAM Lyon, France
2003 Los Alamos Nat. Lab.
2005 Ecole Normale Superieur, Paris
2006 El Ecorial, Spain,
2007 Ecole Normale Superieur, Paris
2008 Los Alamos Nat. Lab.
2010 Univ. of Wales-Bangor
The scope will range from the foundations of quantum theory and philosophy to new and powerful computational methods for examining quantum energy flow in photosynthetic systems. At our past meetings, the blend of applied, theoretical, mathematical, and philosophical research has proven to be fruitful and stimulating. A number of our previous workshops have produced edited proceedings volumes. In keeping with this tradition, we also propose to publish an edited volume (with either Springer or CRC Press) with chapters contributed by the participants.
Eric R Bittner email@example.com
Robert Wyatt firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian K. Kendrick email@example.com
Irene Burghardt firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Hughes email@example.com
If you are interested in attending a meeting, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer about availability before registering. Most TSRC meetings are very small, typically only about 25 people.
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