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The Transformation of Mechanics
The Transformation of Mechanics
The Classical Roots of Quantum Physics
"Classical" Solutions to the Challenges of Radiation and its Interaction with Matter
The Making of Jean Perrin's Brownian Motion Experiments and of early 20th Century French Physical Science
From Classical to Quantum Optical Dispersion, after Bohr's Atom
Old Quantum Theory and Statistics
The Birth of a Quantum Physics on the Eastern European Periphery: Władysław Natanson and the First Solvay Conference of 1911
Sommerfeld's Munich Quantum School
Fritz Reiche's 1921 Quantum Theory Textbook
Putting the Quantum to Work: Otto Sackur's Pioneering Exploits in the Quantum Theory of Gases
Einstein's Quantum Theory of the Monatomic Ideal Gas: Non-statistical Arguments for a New Statistics
Quantum Mechanics and Statistics
The Early Interactions of Quantum Statistics, Many-particle Systems, and Quantum Fields
Gibbs Paradox and the Relation between Thermodynamics and Quantum Theory
Classical Concepts in Quantum Mechanics
Heisenberg's Ladder Didn't Fall. Types, Aims and Uses of Models in the History of Quantum Theory
Bohr: Complementarity and Correspondence
The Doctrine of Classical Concepts in Historical Perspective
(Never) mind your p's and q's: Von Neumann versus Jordan on the Foundations of Quantum Theory
The Many-body Problem
Application, Extension, and Alteration: The many-body Problem in early Quantum Mechanics
An Act of Creation: The Meitner-Frisch Interpretation of Nuclear Fission
From Do-it-yourself Quantum Mechanics to Nanotechnology? The History of Experimental Semiconductor Physics in Germany, 1970-2000
Quantum Optics
The Concept of Light Molecules and Light Multiples: A dead-end Way to simulate Bose-Einstein Statistics for Black Body Radiation
Proximity of Theory and Experimental Practice in Göttingen’s Physical Institutes 1920-1933: Work of Maria Göppert as Exemplar of an Institutional Culture
Modelling the Hanbury Brown - Twiss Effect: The Mid-Twentieth Century Revolution in Optics (read by Alex Blum)
The Controversy on Photons and the Hanbury-Brown & Twiss Experiment
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory
The Resolution of the Particle-Wave Dualism: Pascual Jordan and the Quantum Field Theory Program
Projective Geometry and the Origins of the Dirac Equation
On an alleged fine-tuning Problem in Dirac’s Electron Theory and its partial Solution by Weisskopf
The Genesis of Feynman Diagrams
From Electrical Engineering to Quantum Physics: The Case of Nishina Yoshio
Quantum Gravity
Pioneers of Quantum Gravity
Chang’s Contribution to the Quantization of Constrained Hamiltonian System
The Overlapping Worlds of General Relativity and Quantum Theory: The Challenge of the Principle of Equivalence
Determinism and Indeterminism
Random Fluctuations in Electroscopes and Microscopes
Between Absolute and Relative, Life and Death, Causality and Probability: The Cultural History of Mechanics
Text Book Project
Research and Pedagogy: A History of Quantum Physics through the Textbooks
Quantum Mechanics in the 30s
Grete Hermann and the Gamma-Ray Microscope Gedankenexperiment
Quantum Mechanics in Context: Pascual Jordan’s 1936 Anschauliche Quantentheorie in its Philosophical and Political Setting
Philosophy and Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Mechanics in Heidegger's Thought about Science (read by R. Staley)
The Birth of Philosophy of Physics and the Origin of Quantum Propensities: Henry Margenau’s ‘Latency’ School
Interpretations after WWII
The Quantum Mechanics Measurement Problem: the Wigner’s approach
Anthony Leggett and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
Orthodoxies on the Interpretation of Quantum Theory: The Case of the Consistent Histories Approach
Hanneke Janssen Memorial
Hanneke Janssen Memorial: Decoherence and Reality
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