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Local Organizing Committee:

Matej Pavšič (Chair)
Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

Borut Bajc
Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia


International Organizing Committee:

Tepper L. Gill
Howard University, USA

Lawrence P. Horwitz
Bar Ilan University, Israel
Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Martin C. Land
Hadassah College, Jerusalem






Jožef Stefan Institute


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The 10th Biennial Conference on Classical and Quantum Relativistic Dynamics of Particles and Fields

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6 - 9 June 2016  ♦  Ljubljana, Slovenia


The International Association for Relativistic Dynamics (IARD) hosted its 10th biennial meeting in Ljubljana, Slovenia 6 - 9 June 2016, in cooperation with Jožef Stefan Institute. The conference sessions took place at City Hotel in central Ljubljana.

IARD 2016 marks the association's 18th year of activity since its founding at the 1998 meeting.

Nine previous meetings were held in Houston, Texas, Bar Ilan University in Tel Aviv, Israel, Howard University in Washington DC, Saas Fee, Switzerland, the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT, Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece, and Hualien, Taiwan, Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics (GGI) in Florence, Italy and again at UConn.

The goal of these meetings is to bring together researchers from diverse fields whose interests involve relativistic dynamics, both classical and quantum. The conference program aims to present recent developments in the abstract theoretical aspects of general approaches in quantum field theory, conformal field theories and string theories, manifestly covariant approaches to classical mechanics, quantum theory, and statistical mechanics, general relativity, classical and quantum gravity, and explore application in such areas as high energy electron spectroscopy, quark-gluon plasma generation in heavy ion collisions, general high energy scattering and particle decay, cosmology, gravitational waves, and relativistic quantum information.


Conference Proceedings

The organizing committee cordially invites all IARD 2016 participants to submit a manuscript for the conference proceedings, which will appear online in Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Submissions may present significantly expanded discussions of the work described in the conference talk. All manuscripts will undergo external peer review before acceptance.

The deadline for manuscripts — extended to 30 November 2016.

Manuscripts for review do not require any special formatting. PDF files are preferred.

Manuscripts may be submitted to proceedings@iard-relativity.org. We will provide reviewers' comments at the earliest convenience.

Further details will be posted soon.

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IARD 2016 participants are encouraged to submit a manuscript for the proceedings, even if related work is in preparation for publication elsewhere.

Under the IOP license agreement, authors are not required to transfer the copyright in their manuscripts to Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Instead authors grant Institute of Physics a license to use the copyright to reproduce and distribute the manuscript. This means that authors retain the copyright in the published work while granting the journal appropriate permissions required to make the paper available online. A re-written and extended version of the paper may be published in another journal.

Authors should read the Institute of Physics Proceedings Licence on the IOP website.

Questions regarding the proceedings may be sent to martin@multinet.net.il


International Advisory Committee

Stephen Adler
Institute for Advanced Study, USA

Itzhak Bars
University of Southern California, USA

Gordon Baym
University of Illinois, USA

Fred Cooper
Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

Bei-Lok Hu
University of Maryland, USA

Werner Israel
University of Victoria, Canada

Luca Lusanna
National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN)

E.V. Shuryak
Stony Brook University, USA

L.S. Schulman
Clarkson University

William Unruh
University of British Columbia, Canada


With deep sadness, IARD notes the passing of Jacob Bekenstein of Hebrew University, and gratefully recalls his support and encouragement.


Conference Program

Igor Kanatchikov, National Center of Quantum Information in Gdansk
A new synthesis of relativity and quantum theory: precanonical quantization
John Fanchi, Texas Christian University
Neutrino Oscillations and Parameterized Relativistic Dynamics
Guido Pizzella, INFN
Propagation Speed of Coulomb Fields
Eugene Stefanovich, synopsys.com
Does Pizzella's experiment violate causality?
Juan Francisco González , Valencian International University (VIU)
Extended Relativity: Beyond
Yakov Itin, Jerusalem College of Technology
Skewon electrodynamics
Tepper Gill, Howard University
Foundations for the Feynman World-View
Mayeul Arminjon, Grenoble-Alpes University & CNRS, Grenoble, France
On continuum dynamics and the electromagnetic field in the scalar ether theory of gravitation
Eytan Suchard, Geometry and Algorithms, Applied Neural Biometrics, Israel
Tzvi Scarr, Jerusalem College of Technology
The Frenet Frame, Relativistic Rotations, and Synchronization
Yaakov Friedman, Jerusalem College of Technology
Relativistic Newtonian Dynamics
Vaclav Zatloukal, Czech Technical University in Prague
Hamiltonian constraint formulation of classical field theories
Y Jack Ng, UNC Chapel Hill
Holography, Gravitational Thermodynamics, and the Dark Sector
Hans-Thomas Elze, Universita di Pisa
Quantum models as classical cellular automata
Martin Land, Hadassah College, Jerusalem
Speeds of light and mass stability in Stueckelberg-Horwitz-Piron electrodynamics
Alexander Gersten, Ben Gurion University
Spin half properties of massless particles of any spin
James O'Brien, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Conformal Gravity
Omair Zubairi, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Self Consistent Models of Deformed Neutron Stars in the Framework of General Relativity
Gonzalo Ares de Parga, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, U. P. Adolfo López Mateos, Zacatenco, C.P. 07738, México
A Further Analysis of the Energy-Momentum for a System of Point Particles and for a Perfect Fluid in a Finite Volume
Luca Lusanna, INFN
Dark Matter: a Problem in Relativistic Metrology
Mihai Visinescu, National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering Romania
Complete integrability of geodesics in toric Sasaki-Einstein spaces
Mohammed Sanduk, University of Surrey
Derivation of Dirac equation form using complex vector
Amnon Moalem, Ben Gurion University
Quantum equations for massless particles of any spin in curved spacetime
Uri Ben-Ya'acov, Kinneret Academic College
Back to epicycles — relativistic Coulomb systems in velocity space
Willibald Plessas, University of Graz, Austria
Poincaré-Invariant Hamiltonian Approach to Relativistic Quantum Few-Body Problems
Teodora Oniga, University of Aberdeen
Collective quantum dynamics of bound states under spacetime fluctuations
Matej Pavšič, Jožef Stefan Institute
Branes and quantized fields
Petr Jizba, Czech Technical University in Prague
Feynman checkerboard picture and neutrino oscillations
Norma Mankoč Borštnik, University of Ljubljana
The Spin-Charge-Family theory explains all the assumptions of the Standard model and predictions
Paul O'Hara, Istituto Universitario Sophia
A Generalized Spin-Statistics Theorem
Marco Budinich, University of Trieste and INFN
On Spinors Transformations
Hristu Culetu, Ovidius University Rumania
On a regular modified C-metric
Hou Y. Yau, FDNL Research
Gravitational Field of a Proper Time Oscillator


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