VVoIP_Physics_Debates is a non-profit, non-governmental organization formed to organize VVoIP (Voice and Video over IP) video-panel debates (seminars, colloquiums, workshops, and schools) supported by free of charge internet and paper publications of proceedings to facilitate progress in physics and related subjects.
The panel debates at VVoIP_Physics_Debates provide critical reviews of the current state of physics. They evaluate existing work, place it in a meaningful context, and suggest areas where more work and new results are needed. The panel debates also offer annotated insights into the key literature, describe other available resources and new unpublished results. The VVoIP_Physics_Debates is unique in maintaining a suite of high-quality panel debates, which are kept up-to-date by the panelists.
|The VVoIP_Physics_Debates 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 VVoIP_Physics_Debates is to gather a hundred (or so) of the most brilliant minds in the world in "internet room", "lock them in", and have them ask each other the questions they were asking themselves.|
Modus Operandi of VVoIP_Physics_Debates
- Attending scientific conferences is obviously useful and awarding. However, the modern global world presents new challenges. In particular, an ever increasing number of research papers and an increasing rate of progress in science.
- While traveling to the conferences locations is awarding, it is also time-consuming and financially demanding.
- We propose a new approach of VVoIP (voice and video over IP) video-conferencing. It has only advantages including:
- → Live questions and comments of your lecture allowed
- → Conference proceedings = video recorded lectures published at the conference website
- → Low-budget scientific exchange
- → Easy to Use
- → Reliable
|1||May 2nd - 5th||1st Debate on Förster Resonance Energy Transfer and Beyond||Debate Link|
|2||Dec. 6th -8th||Interpretations of Quantum Theory||Debate Link|
|1||Feb. 22nd - 23rd||Free Will||Debate Link|
|2||Apr. 4th - 7th||2nd Debate on Förster Resonance Energy Transfer and Beyond||Debate Link|
|3||May 17th - 18th||1st Time and Time Flow||Debate Link|
|4||May 24th - 25th||Analog Computing Returns||Debate Link|
|5||August 23rd - 24th||Theoretical Geography||Debate Link|
|6||Aug. 30th - Aug. 31st||Electron Transfer in Chemistry, Biology and NanoScience||Debate Link|
|7||Sep. 6th - Sep. 7th||2nd Quantum Theory Interpretations Debate||Debate Link|
|7||Sep. 13th - Sep. 14th||Zeno Paradoxes in Physics, Philosophy, Mathematics, and Computer Science||Debate Link|