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  • July 10th 2006 AM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Possible Relevance of Topos Theory to the Re formulation and Understanding of Quantum Theory Continued Andreas Doering Theory Group Physics Department Imperial College London On The Possible Relevance of Topos Theory to the Re formulation and Understanding o f Quantum Theory Continued Andreas Doering Theory Group Physics Department Imperial College London On The Possible Relevance of Topos Theory to the Re formulation and Understanding o f Quantum Theory Continued Andreas Doering Theory Group Physics Department Imperial College London On The Possible Relevance of Topos Theory to the Re formulation and Understanding o f Quantum Theory Continued Andreas Doering Theory Group Physics Department Imperial College London On The Possible Relevance of Topos Theory to the Re formulation and Understanding of Quantum Theory Concluded 2 Qui Hong Hu Professor University of Goteborg On a Proposed New Understanding of Electron Spin Based on Topological Considerations Qui Hong Hu Professor University of Goteborg On a Proposed New Understanding of Electron Spin Based on Topological Considerations continued Qui Hong Hu Professor University of Goteborg On a Proposed New Understanding of Electron Spin Based on Topological Considerations continued Qui Hong Hu Professor University of Goteborg On a Proposed New Understanding of Electron Spin Based on Topological

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  • July 10th 2006 PM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Global Warming in a Chaotic Climate Can We Be Sure concluded 2 Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I continued Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I continued Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I continued Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I continued Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I continued Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I continued Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part I continued Freddy Van Oystaeyen Department of Mathematics University of Antwerp Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part

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  • July 11th 2006 AM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    De Gosson Max Planck Institute and University of Vienna Symplectic Quantum Cells Indistinguishability and the Gromov Squeezing Theorem On The Topological Origins of Structure in The Phase Space of Quantum Dynamical Systems continued Maurice De Gosson Max Planck Institute and University of Vienna Symplectic Quantum Cells Indistinguishability and the Gromov Squeezing Theorem On The Topological Origins of Structure in The Phase Space of Quantum Dynamical Systems continued Maurice De Gosson Max Planck Institute and University of Vienna Symplectic Quantum Cells Indistinguishability and the Gromov Squeezing Theorem On The Topological Origins of Structure in The Phase Space of Quantum Dynamical Systems continued Maurice De Gosson Max Planck Institute and University of Vienna Symplectic Quantum Cells Indistinguishability and the Gromov Squeezing Theorem On The Topological Origins of Structure in The Phase Space of Quantum Dynamical Systems continued Maurice De Gosson Max Planck Institute and University of Vienna Symplectic Quantum Cells Indistinguishability and the Gromov Squeezing Theorem On The Topological Origins of Structure in The Phase Space of Quantum Dynamical Systems continued 2 Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving the Mysteries of Entanglement Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving the Mysteries of Entanglement continued Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving the Mysteries of Entanglement continued Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving the Mysteries of Entanglement continued Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving the Mysteries of Entanglement continued Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving the Mysteries of Entanglement continued Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving the Mysteries of Entanglement continued Tim Palmer Director European Medium Range Weather Forecasting Centre Reading UK Dissolving

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  • July 11th 2006 PM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Dequantisation of Space via a Topological Blow Up Part II Videos to be added Audio recording and Speakers Overheads Stephen Wood Theoretical Physics Research Unit Birkbeck College London Sometime Researcher Natural History Museum London Complexity and Adjointness in the Structure of Biological Systems Videos to be added Link to audio recording and speakers overheads Pages Home Catalogue of Recordings and Supporting Material In Progress Conferences Interviews and Workshops Askloster Symposia

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  • July 12th 2006 AM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    12th 2006 AM July 12th 2006 AM Day FOUR 12TH July 2006 A M Talks 1 Malcolm Coupland Department of Physics and Astronomy University College London Where Would Gravity Be Without Newton s Third Law Videos to be added 2 Barbara Piechoconska University of Uppsala Some Reflection on Maximality Principles in Set Theory and their possible connection with a Research Program in Algebraic Physics Barbara Piechoconska University of Uppsala Some Reflection on Maximality Principles in Set Theory and their possible connection with a Research Program in Algebraic Physics continued Barbara Piechoconska University of Uppsala Some Reflection on Maximality Principles in Set Theory and their possible connection with a Research Program in Algebraic Physics continued Barbara Piechoconska University of Uppsala Some Reflection on Maximality Principles in Set Theory and their possible connection with a Research Program in Algebraic Physics continued Barbara Piechoconska University of Uppsala Some Reflection on Maximality Principles in Set Theory and their possible connection with a Research Program in Algebraic Physics concluded Pages Home Catalogue of Recordings and Supporting Material In Progress Conferences Interviews and Workshops Askloster Symposia 2004 2005 2006 Participants Abstracts July 9th 2006 AM July 9th 2006 PM July 10th 2006 AM July 10th 2006

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  • July 12th 2006 PM « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Brummelhuis Professor Department of Mathematics Birkbeck College London On Some Aspects of the Structure of Time from a Mathematical Viewpoint Videos to be added 2 ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION BY SPEAKERS Followed by Closing Words by Basil Hiley and Georg Wikman Videos to be added Pages Home Catalogue of Recordings and Supporting Material In Progress Conferences Interviews and Workshops Askloster Symposia 2004 2005 2006 Participants Abstracts July 9th 2006 AM July

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  • Timetable « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    Start of meeting introduction 11 30 12 30 Ernst Binz 12 30 13 00 Discussion 13 00 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 15 Basil Hiley 15 15 16 15 Discussion 16 15 17 15 Maurice de Gosson 17 15 17 45 Discussion Friday July 6 10 00 11 00 Freddy van Oystaeyen 11 00 11 30 Discussion 11 30 12 30 Bob Coecke 12 30 13 00 Discussion 13 30 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 45 Harald Atmanspacher 15 45 16 15 Discussion 16 15 17 15 Georg Wikman 17 15 17 45 Discussion Saturday July 7 10 30 11 30 Thomas Fick 11 30 12 00 Discussion 12 00 13 00 Tim Palmer 13 00 13 30 Discussion 13 30 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 45 Isar Stubbe 15 45 16 15 Discussion 16 15 17 15 Freddy van Oystaeyen 17 15 17 45 Discussion Sunday July 8 10 30 11 30 Harald Atmanspacher 11 30 11 45 Discussion 11 45 12 45 Paavo Pylkkanen 12 45 13 15 Discussion 13 30 14 30 Lunch 14 45 15 45 Basil Hiley 16 45 17 15 Discussion 19 00 Dinner Pages Home Catalogue of Recordings and Supporting

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  • Abstracts « Archive for Mathematical Sciences & Philosophy
    way states can be processed Mathematically for any symmetric monoidal category we extract classical stochastic theory convex shapes informatic majorization ordering and deterministic functional and non deterministic relational behaviours All this gives a novel and profoundly qualitative view on the classical limit question All the above still fits within the purely graphical calculus I have presented at several occasions If time permits I would also like to discuss how mutually unbiased quantum observables such as position and momentum which make up a true quantum structure look within this graphical language T Filk Quantum mechanics in a relational space In recent years the pressing need to unify our theory of space time with the fundamental concepts of quantum theory led to a revival of models of relational space or relational space time in the sense of Descartes and Leibniz I will argue that many weird aspects in the formalism of quantum mechanics including the particle wave duality the sum over histories the double slit experiment and in a natural extension of the model the quantum non locality as expressed in EPR type experiments find a much more natural explanation when the position of particles is interpreted in terms of a relational picture M de Gosson Remarks on the fact that the uncertainty principle does not determine the quantum state Abstract We discuss the relation between density matrices and the uncertainty principle from the point of view of Hardy s theorem on the concentration a function and its Fourier transform This allows us to justify and expalin some recent statements by Man ko Marmo Sudarshan and Zaccaria In addition we discuss our results in terms of the symplectic camel which allows a symplectic and coordinate free formulation of the Robertson Schrödinger uncertainty principle Part of this talk is joint work with F Luef Vienna B Hiley Four roads to Bohm s quantum reality Einstein s reaction to Bohm s original proposals concerning his causal interpretation of quantum mechanics was that he got it too cheap This essentially reflects the simplicity of the approach No great new principles just a simple polar decomposition of the wave function and splitting of the Schrödinger equation into its real and imaginary parts Out pops a quantum Hamilton Jacobi QHJ equation essentially a conservation of probability equation together with a conservation of probability equation The QHJ looks like the classical HJ equation but introduces a new quality of energy the quantum potential energy Is this introduced ad hoc as Heisenberg claimed No There are no additions it simply emerges from the formalism Is it just fortuitous I have examined three other approaches to QM and they produce exactly the same structure They all produce the same two equations including a quantum potential I will examine and compare these three approaches They are the Wigner Moyal approach the generalised Heisenberg approach and the approach through the Clifford algebra using essentially quaternions They link with the work of Ernst Binz and Maurice de Gosson I am left with a

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