|Elegance and parsimony in the use of symmetry methods was the hallmark of the work of Marcos Moshinsky to understand Nature. These methods continue to blossom in a profusion of tools, topics and areas of modern physics and mathematics. Former colleagues, students and grandstudents have continued to work with his inspiration in many -sometimes diverging- branches of science, such as nuclear and particle physics, theoretical chemistry, mathematical biology, wave and quantum optics, signal and image analysis, quantum computation, and many others formerly thought to be unrelated to group representation theory. This symposium is convened to reinforce unity within the diversity of its applications.|
Vladimir I. Manko
Thomas H. Seligman
Kurt Bernardo Wolf
Gastón Garcia Calderon
Pier A. Mello
Thomas H. Seligman (coordinator)
The subjects will include all lines that have roots in the work of Marcos Moshinsky. In his spirit we shall concentrate on new developement and not dwell on "ancient history". Thus we shall see what comes up as new and exciting subjects from the participants.
200 USD or 100 USD for students.
The registration covers lunch, coffee, and the symposium party.
Registration and contributions
Please, visit this site regularly as dates and participants may change. We will do our best to keep the information up to date. If you may have interest in participate in this gathering, please contact CiC.