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Workshop on Astrophysics and Cosmology for Matter and Antimatter

Dates: 2011-09-05 - 2011-09-09 9.9 (1 decade 2 years ago)

Where: Italy Venue:


Dedicated to the 70th birthday of Prof. Erik Trell, Sweden

This is the first workshop with full scientific democracy between matter and antimatter, to address unresolved issues such as our apparent inability of detecting antimatter asteroids with matter light, such as light from our Sun, and ensuing serious risk for our planet requiring studies beyond political lines on Einstein. A topic of the workshop is to ascertain whether antimatter asteroids can or cannot be seen with matter light originating from our Sun.

  • Prof. Eril Trell, Sweden - Straight to Quark - the Cartesian Cut of Real Geometry
  • Prof. Guenter Nimtz, Germany - Tunneling Confronts Special Relativity
  • Prof. Peter Enders, Germany - Mie's Longitudinal Field Lines and Superluminal Signals
  • Prof. Alexander L Kholmetskii, Belarussia - Experimentally observed anomalously small retardation of bound electromagnetic field in near zone and possible physical implications
  • Prof. Phil Bouchard, Canada - Finite Theory of the Universe, Dark Matter Disproof and Faster-Than-Light Speed
  • Prof. Mikhail Katanaev, Russia - Tube Dislocations in Gravity
  • Prof. Sergei Silvestrov, Sweden - Santilli Lie-Isotopic Theory and its Isodual
  • Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli, U.S.A. - The Universal Isosymmetry for Arbitrary Speeds of Light within Physical Media
  • Prof. Ivan S. Gandzha, Ukraine - Santilli's Isorelativity and its Experimental Verifications
  • Eng. Gene West and Gino Amato, U.S.A. - Experimental Confirmations of Santilli IsoRedShift and IsoBlueShift
  • Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli, U.S.A. - Absence of Universe Expansion, Acceleration of the Expansion, Big Bang, Dark Matter and Dark Energy from the Experimental Confirmation of IsoRedShift
  • Prof. Hagen Kleinert, Germany - The Purely Geometric Part of Dark Matter. A Fresh Playground for String Theory
  • Profs. Alex A. O. Animalu, Nigeria, and Ruggero Maria Santilli, U.S.A. - Novel 21st Century Vistas on Supernova Explosions and Neutron Stars
  • Prof. Jorge Ovalle, Venezuela - The role of dark radiation and dark pressure on compact stellar structures
  • Prof. Jayant Vishnu Narlikar, India - Redshifts and the Hypothesis of Variable Particle Masses
  • Prof. Victor-Otto de Haan, The Netherlands - Possible Experiments to test Einsteins Special Relativity Theory
  • Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli, U.S.A. - The Isodual Theory of Antimatter and its Prediction of Antigravity
  • Prof. Victor O. de Haan, The Netherlands - Proposal for the realization of Santillis comparative test on the gravity of electrons and positrons via a horizontal supercooled vacuum tube
  • Prof. R. M. Santilli, U.S.A. - The Mystery of Detecting Antimatter Asteroids, Stars and Galaxies
  • Prof. Michele Sacerdoti, Italy - Review of Cern experiments on the anti-hydrogen production and the measure of antimatter gravity acceleration
  • Prof. Leong Ying, U.S.A. - Anti-Antimatter
  • Prof. Jean-Pierre Garnier Malet, France - The doubling theory and the speed of light
  • Prof. Sisir Roy, India - Dynamic Multiple Scattering Theory, Wolf Effect and Discordant Redshift
  • Prof. Alexander L Kholmetskii, Belarussia - Detection of extra energy shift between emission and absorption lines in Mossbauer experiments in rotating systems
  • Prof. Mario Everaldo de Souza, Brazil - An alternative model for the rotation of spiral galaxies
  • Prof. Herman Julio Mosquera Cuesta - Nonlinear electrodynamics and CMB polarization
  • Prof. S. S. Moskaliuk, Ukraine - Propagation of cosmic antiparticles in an anisotropic magnetized plasma: cosmic maser radiation and polarization effects
  • Prof. Peter Rowlands, England - The Cosmological Implications of Nonlocal Gravity
  • Prof. Stein Johansen, Norway - Some Ontological Aspects of Physics for Matter and Anti-matter
  • Prof. Tepper L. Gill, U.S.A. - Two Mathematically Equivalent Versions of Maxwells Equations
  • Prof. Bernard Lavenda, Italy - A New Perspective on Relativity: An Odyssey in Non-Euclidean Geometry
  • Prof. Constantin Udriste, Romania - Controllability of nonholonomic Black Holes systems
  • Prof. Alexander Burinskii, Russia - Cosmological models based on the Kerr-Schild Gravity and analogues with Microworld
  • Prof. Alexander D. Dymnikov and Gary A. Glass, U.S.A. - The metric theory of material elds and the motion of mathematical points in N-dimensional space
  • Prof. Miroslav Pardy, Czech Republic - From Fermat principle to the Lobachevskii-Fok space in particle physics
  • Prof. Rene Verreault, Canada - The 3-df pendulum as a sensing device for detecting gravitational field anisotropy
  • Prof. Lubomir Skala, Czech republic - Classical mechanics and statistical description of results of measurement
  • Prof. T. Bhadra Man, Nepal - Mandala and Cosmology
  • Prof. M. R. Hedayati, Iran - Gamma Ray Bursts from a Neutron Star Magnetosphere: A Colossal Rapid Charging-discharging Capacitor Model
  • Prof. Andrew Beckwith, U.S.A. - Detailing Coherent, Minimum Uncertainty States of Gravitons, as Semi Classical Components of Gravity Waves, and How Squeezed States Affect Upper Limits to Graviton Mass / Implications for a Graviton version of the EPR experiment?
  • Prof. Christian Corda, Italy - Black holes are not black bodies: a correction on Hawking's evaporation theory
  • Prof. P. M. Krail, U.S.A. - Time reversal in systems described by PDE's which are not time reversal invariant