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Some of these links are getting stale. Doug will make
an effort to repair and grow this list during 2007.
Just fixed Dan Thomas' link: moved from U Guelph to U Calgary.
Doug - 13Nov2006.
Niels Bohr's Philosophy
Dan's work here
Dan is an active
participant in The Lila Squad.
- Learn about Bohr's
- Consider Bohr's
views as compared to Pirsig's.
- Learn some rudimentary
(We have temporarily lost this link.)
H is for h-bar...
A great alpha-reference to things quantum-mechanical
by Rhett Savage
Under construction, but worth your time. E.g., see
the description of spin and how a quantum system changes like
a chameleon as it rotates in h-bar increments. The title of Rhett's
page relates to the MoQ
II Reality Loop graphic here on the Quantonics web site.
- This site was
moved from Guelph to Calgary - Doug - 13Nov2006
- Rudiments of Quantum Theory
- If you want a thorough overview of quantum theory
with biographies of its founders and technical treatises too,
this is the place to go.
- by Prof. Dan Thomas
- at University of Guelph, Canada
(you may find some bad links on his 'papers' page)
- Arkadiusz Jadczyk
- Quantum Future
- Arkadiusz' page is about his
quest for his own dream. See the links to his Quantum
Future project. This is an excellent site we found via Rhett
Savage's quantum-d list. Thanks Rhett!
Chemistry 277: A First Year Graduate Course
Prof. J. C. Baird
In depth fundamentals on quantum science and quantum
- and other
very wonderful science
- on the Web
- This page is mostly links to other quantum science
pages on the Web.
Oxford University's Quantum Computing Home
This is EVE's non-classified home page.
You can find many of the articles which provided the
seminal and foundational thinking for quantum computing. Articles
by Feynman, Deutsch, Shor, etc.
What is Quantum Physics?
Despite misspellings and a few typos, this page is
useful to the uninitiated. It gives a quick, simple overview
which you may find very easy to understand. The bibliography
is short but a good place to start if you want to visit both
ends of the quantum physics rainbow. Feynman (theoretical) and
Gribbin (popular) are at opposite ends of the 'understandability'
(repaired link 27Jul99 PDR)
Physics Education Group
Visual Quantum Mechanics
by Kevin Zollman
A list of interesting links to a variety of sites
and subjects related to quantum science. E.G. SEMs, STMs, nanotechnology,
etc. Quicktime movies and other good visual materials.
- "Global View"
- Home Page
- (Ignore the IE commendations! J)
- (Go Netscape!)
(We lost Smolin's page.)
- Quantum Information
- John H. Reif
Department of Computer Science
- Duke University
- The Bose-Einstein
- Georgia Southern
- World Wide Web Page
- for the
Maynooth Open Day
From Jason Twamley:
Some interesting links for
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Rev. 31Dec2008 PDR
Created 10May1998 PDR
(23May2000 rev - Repair, remove, correct
(24Jul2000 rev - Add Stanford link at top.)
(4Nov2001 rev - Remove Rhett Savages link.)
(29Apr2002 rev - Correct Ark's link.)
(17Jan2005 rev - Typo.)
(13Nov2006 rev - Adjust colors. Fix Dan Thomas' link from Guelph
(31Dec2008 rev - Reformat.)
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