Summer School on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics dedicated to John Bell

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Monday 28


Tuesday 29

Wendsday 30

9:00

Registration



9:20

Welcome



9:30


Tim Maudlin  (New York University, USA)


What Bell Did


Gian Carlo Ghirardi (Università di Trieste, Italy)


Recollections of a great scientist and a great man


Detlef Dürr (LMU-München, Germany)


Mermin's Mouse





10:30

Questions & Answers

 Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

11:00

Coffe Break


Coffe Break


Coffe Break

11:30

Nino Zanghì (Università di Genova, Italy)


Two Quantum Theories that Bell Liked

Roger Penrose (University of Oxford, UK)


Twistors, Reality, and Quantum Non-Locality


Roderich Tumulka (Rutgers University, USA)


Nonlocality and Relativity in Various Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics





12:30

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

13:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch









14:30

Discussion organized in  Working Groups

Discussion organized in  Working Groups

Discussion organized in  Working Groups





15:00



General discussion. Reports of the Working Groups

16:00


Coffe break


Coffe Break

Coffe Break

16:30


Lev Vaidman (Tel Aviv University, Israel)


From Bell Inequalities to Many-Worlds interpretation (PDF)


Federico Laudisa (Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy)


The Bell Twins


Sheldon Goldstein (Rutgers University, USA)


John Bell and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics





17:30

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

18:00

End

End

End













20:00


Social Dinner



Information on Afternoon Working Groups:

• WG1 Bell theorem (led by Dustin Lazarovici and Paula Reichert)

• WG2 Relativity & Nonlocality (led by Florian Hoffmann and Matthias Lienert)

• WG3 Bohmian Mechanics and Quantum Formalism (led by Damiano Marian and Andrea Oldofredi)