On the occasion of David Bohm’s 100th birthday, the EmQM17 Symposium will offer an open forum for critically evaluating the prospects and significance – for 21st century physics – of ontological quantum mechanics, an approach which David Bohm helped pioneer. Contributions will be invited that present current advances in both standard as well as realist approaches to quantum mechanics, including new experiments, work in quantum foundations, and quantum philosophy.
Location: University of London, Senate House, Beveridge Hall
Date: October 26 – 28, 2017
Fetzer Franklin Fund, USA, and Phenoscience Laboratories, Berlin, Germany
Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies, Vienna, Austria
University of Helsinki, Finland, and University of Skövde, Sweden
For information about the EmQM17 David Bohm Centennial Symposium please visit www.emqm17.org. For information about past EmQM symposia, including the video presentations of the invited speakers and the conference proceedings, please visit www.emqm15.org and www.emqm13.org. For information about the Fetzer Franklin Fund visit www.fetzer-franklin-fund.org. The Emergent Quantum Mechanics (EmQM) symposium series is sponsored by the Fetzer Franklin Fund of the John E. Fetzer Memorial Trust.
Attendance of the EmQM17 symposium is open to the public and is free of charge. For information on how to register for the symposium please visit www.emqm17.org.