2nd Quantum Theory Interpretations
Dear Colleagues welcome to VVoIP_Physics_Debates website and the upcoming online colloquium titled:
Spetember 6th - 7st, 2019
The VVoIP stands for Voice and Video over Internet Protocol and allows everyone to participate at low-budget directly from your office in a scientific panel discussion on the subjects related to your interests and research.
The VVoIP_Physics_Debates are effective, convenient, and inexpensive video-conferencing encouraging the free and effective exchange of ideas, concepts and research results.
Indeed we offer you "science in sleepers" by promoting world-class research exchange in a modern way and easy to use/reliable modern communication. We ask you to join us and actively participate. Meet experts & influencers face to face.
We describe below all pertinent information. However, do not hesitate to ask our supporting organizational staff.
Kind regards, Organizational Committees.
First (1st) Debate Selected Lecturies
- Gerard 't Hooft - The Celluar Automaton Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics 
- Hervé Zwirn - The Measurement Problem: Decoherence and Convivial Solipsism 
- William Sulis - A Process Algebra Model of QED 
- Bob Street - Proposed Physical Mechanism for Quantum Mechanical Properties 
The 2nd Quantum Theory Interpretations is a forum for the Debate of leading scientists about what they believe but not necessarily can prove it (not yet). The basic modus operandi behind the Debate is to gather the most brilliant minds in the world in a virtual room, "lock" them in and have them ask each other the questions they were asking themselves. The meeting will be focused on being an international panel discussion form for the presentation and discussion of frontier research in Interpretations of Quantum Theory. We are looking for excellence and scientific leadership. The leadership starts in the mind, where ideas precede actions. We aspire to formulate leap forward questions, a big questions program, rather than communicating transient findings.
Dr. Matteo (Matt) Ferensby - Coordinator and Moderator.
Look for updates.
The entire meeting will take a form of the PANEL DISCUSSION and will concern interpretations of quantum theory.
An interpretation of quantum mechanics is an attempt to explain how concepts in quantum mechanics correspond to reality. Although quantum mechanics has held up to rigorous and thorough experimental testing, many of these experiments are open to different interpretations. There exist a number of contending schools of thought, different over whether quantum mechanics can be understood to be deterministic, which elements of quantum mechanics can be considered "real", and other matters.
Dates to Observe
The colloquium will take place on September 6th through 7st 2019.
In order to accommodate fellow researchers from different time-zones, the colloquium will start at 5 pm of European Time (GMT+1).
The live broadcasting of colloquium for the public will start at 5 pm.
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|4||Distribution of the above materials between participants||Ongoing Process|
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Registration is required for all conference participants preferably until August 15st, 2019
It is recommended to make the registration online by forwarding to e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org the following customary information:
- Your full name,
- Institution address,
- Phone number, Skype name,
- Tentative title of your PowerPoint presentation,
We comply with the Europen Union law GDPR (The General Data Protection Regulation - 25 May 2018).
Confirmation will be sent to all participants by the organizers upon receipt of registration and payment.
Registration Fee (VAT excluded)
|2nd Quantum Theory Interpretations September 6th - 7th 2019|
|2nd Quantum Theory Interpretations - Debate
(before August 10th, 2019)
(after August 10th, 2019)
|Junior researchers, postdocs & Ph.D. students||€249||€380|
Note that the fee is given in € (Euro). We cannot accept cash payments. Every transaction must go through the bank account. The payments via www.PayPal.com are also welcome. Registration date = date the organizer accounting registers conference fee payment.
Cancellation policy of registration
All the cancellations and changes must be sent to the organizer in written form (paper). All refunds will be processed after the conference. Please send your exact bank account details in the written cancellation.
Refund of the registration fee will be made as follows:
100% refund (minus an administrative fee of €67.23 (net)) – in case of cancellation received before August 10th, 2019.
No refund – in case of cancellation, received after August 15th, 2019.
All payments should be made in €. All charges due to bank transfers have to be paid by the sender. Let us know if you require a proforma invoice before payment. In all remaining cases, we will forward an invoice right after the payment will be received.
Bank (wire) transfer (in €) has to be made to:
- Bank Name: Santander Bank
- Street: Aleja Jana Pawła II 17
- City: 00-854 Warszawa
- Country: Poland, European Union
- SWIFT CODE: WBKPPLPP
- Account #: IBAN PL23799999950652418805040001
- Account Holder Name: KS/Villa Europa
Let us know if you prefer to use www.PayPal.com service.
Your lecture will be presented in an ordinary (usual) way using MS PowerPoint presentation. In order to allow the participants and the public to view your PowerPoint presentation please use the Skype feature titled Screen Sharing (just click on Skype icon
We advise having plenty of light in your room. Make sure that your microphone is all the time off, except the time when you're delivering a lecture and ask a question. Otherwise, all background noises will be recorded.
All debate proceedings will be video-voice recorded and after required editing will be published on the internet at the debate website and various repositories.