# 2005

## New Perspectives on Space and Time (Askloster June 29 – July 2, 2005)

### Day ONE: 29th June 2005

*Introductory Address* by **Georg Wikman**

A.M. Talks :

**Basil Hiley**, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Birkbeck Colege, University of London

*Non-Commutative Geometry from the Perspective of A Physicist*

Part 1 : *Algebras and Process*

Part 2 :* Algebraic vs Geometric Aspects of Spinors and Twistors*

**Fabio Frescura**, Professor of Physics, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

*Symmetric and Antisymmetric Structures in Quantum Theory and The Program of Geometrisation of Physics*

**Melvin Brown**, TPRU London

*The Bohm Interpretation and Momentum Space : The Relationship between Mechanics and Dynamics in the Bohm Picture*

P.M.:

* Discussion of A.M. Talks*

Additional Talk by **Freddy van Oystaeye**, Mathematics, Antwerpen

*On Shadow Manifolds in the light of some ideas from Algebraic Geometry*

### Day TWO: 30th June 2005

A.M. Talks:

**Simon Schnoll**, Professor of Moscow State University

*Experimental Evidence for 4-Dimensional Spacetime Fluctuations and Anisotropy : 50 Years of Data (Part 1) *

**Reg Cahill**, School of Chemistry and Physics, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

*Process Physics and The Physics of 3-Space : From Information Theory to a New Theory of Quantum Space and Matter ( Part I )*

A.M. Talk:

**Tim Palmer**, EMRWF, Reading

*“It” From Bit : A New Perspective *

### Day THREE: 1st July 2005

A.M. Talks:

**Yuri A. Baurov**, Moscow

*Experimental Investigation of A New Anisotropic Interaction and a Possible New Quantum Information Channel*

**Andrei Khrennikov**, University of Vexxjo, Sweden

*QM as An Approximation To A Classical Statistical Field Theory*

**Georg Wikman**, SHIRD, Goteborg

*Indistinguishables – Different but Not Distinct. Proposals for their Mathematical Representation*

P.M. Talks:

**Simon Schnoll**, Professor of Moscow University

*Experimental Evidence for 4-Dimensional Spacetime Fluctuations and Anisotropy: 50 Years of Data (Part 2) *

**Maurice De Gosson**, University of Karlskroga Sweden

*The Schroedinger Equation in Phase Space: Symplectomorphisms and The Topological Meaning of Planck’s Constant*

### Day FOUR: 2nd July 2005

A.M. Talks:

**Alexis Kirillov**, Moscow

*Topological Structure and Internal and External Spaces in Particle Physics*

**Reg T. Cahill**, School of Chemistry and Physics, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

*Process Physics and The Physics of 3-Space : From Information Theory to a New Theory of Quantum Space and Matter ( Part II )*

P.M. Talks:

**Yuri A. Baurov**, Moscow

*Byuon Theory : A Theory of The Origin of the Universe*

**Basil Hiley**, Professor Emeritus, Birkbeck College, London University

*Algebraic Quantum Mechanics, Deformed Algebras, and The Bohm Interpretation*

* Closing Address to the Meeting by Georg Wikman*