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Albert Einstein, John Bell: some history, some math, some experiments in a student lab and some technological developments in the 21st century.
时间  Datetime
2019-03-22 10:30 — 11:30 
地点  Venue
Large Conference Room(706)
报告人  Speaker
F. Alberto Grunbaum
单位  Affiliation
UC Berkeley, Department of Mathematics
邀请人  Host
Tudor Ratiu and Mikhail Tyaglov
报告摘要  Abstract

I will describe the influence that a paper written by Albert Einstein in 1935, on  

some surprising aspects of Quantum Mechanics, continues to have.  My talk

is aimed at a general math/physics audience and is NOT a technical presentation.

 

Some of the conceptual physics problems are translated into simpler mathematical

results and all of this is illustrated with the results of an experiment at a student lab

in Berkeley. 

 

An effort to consider the questions raised by Einstein  on "spooky action at a distance" has led, over the years, to topics of current technological interest such as  

quantum versions of computing, cryptography and communication. This line of interdisciplinary research is being pushed very actively in many places including Shanghai.