###### Quantum Mechanics after WW II

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*Christian Forstner*

## The Emergence of Bohmian Mechanics: Dialectical Materialism and the Construction of a new Quantum Theory

In 1951 David Bohm created a realistic interpretation of quantum theory in contradiction to the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics in which the quantum *More The Emergence of Bohmian Mechanics: Dialectical Materialism and the Construction of a new Quantum Theory*

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*Christian Joas*

## The Advent of Quantum Field Theoretical Methods in Solid State Physics

When in 1957, as a side-product of their consulting work on thermonuclear fusion, Murray Gell-Mann and Keith A. Brueckner published their calculation of the ground-state energy of the interacting electron gas in the high-density limit *More The Advent of Quantum Field Theoretical Methods in Solid State Physics*

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*Chen-Pang Yeang*

## Engineering the Entanglement: Quantum Computation, Quantum Communication, and Re-conceptualizing Information

When Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen (EPR) presented the famous two-particle thought experiment in 1935, their purpose was to demonstrate the incompleteness of quantum mechanics and to challenge the Copenhagen *More Engineering the Entanglement: Quantum Computation, Quantum Communication, and Re-conceptualizing Information*

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*Gennaro Auletta*

## The Problem of Quantum Mechanics’ Interpretation

Historically, there are mainly three orders of problems:
1) Dualism between theoretical description (unitary evolution) and experimental observations
(reduction).
2) Unification of the behaviour of matter (which is apparently corpuscular) and light (which is
apparently ondulatory) both in *More The Problem of Quantum Mechanics’ Interpretation*