conference videos

Opening Speech
Paulo castro (CFCUL, Portugal)

Hydrodynamic quantum analogs
John W. M. Bush (MIT, USA)

On Multi-Time Correlations in Stochastic Mechanics
Guido Bacciagaluppi (Ultrecht University, The Nederlands) &
Maaneli Derakhshani (Department of Mathematics at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA)

On the origin and nature of the wave element in quantum mechanics according to stochastic electrodynamics
Ana María Cetto (UNAM, Mexico)

A Hydrodynamically-inspired relativistic pilot-wave theory
Yuval Dagan (Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion, Israel)

John Bell’s unpublished notes about de Broglie’s Pilot Wave
Augusto Garuccio (University of Bari, Italy) &
Angela Laurora (University of Basilicata-Matera Campus, Italy)

Overload wave-memory induces amnesia of a self-propelled particle
Maxime Hubert (PULS group, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)

Superradiant droplet emission and hydrodynamic non-separability
Valeri Frumkin (MIT, USA)

The Quest for the Ontic Nature of the Quantum Waves
José Croca (CFCUL, Portugal)

Unquantizing quantum physics: dynamics without the quantisation condition
Philipp Roser (Western Washington University, USA)

Wave-mediated Kuramoto-like synchronization for droplets interacting at a distance
André Nachbin (Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Brazil)

Faraday Pilot Wave Dynamics in One Dimension: where did the memory go?
Paul Milewski (University of Bath, UK)

Dynamic Vacuum Model Development
Harold “Sonny” White (The Limitless Space Institute, USA)

Realisation of a beam splitter for walking droplets
Loic Tadrist (Aix-Marseille University, France)

de Broglie’s double solution program, nearly one century later: a survey
Thomas Durt (Ecole Centrale de Marseille, Institut Fresnel, France)

Decoherence and Degeneracy in Electron Matter Wave Experiments
Herman Batelaan (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)

Droplets and superfluids
Tapio Simula (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)

Exploring diffraction with a pilot-wave model
Anand Oza (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA)

Hydrodynamic Spin Lattices
Pedro Saenz (University of North Carolina, USA)

A mechanical analog of the Bohr and de Broglie atomic model
Aurélien Drezet (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Institut Néel, France)

“What If?” Speculations about the Best of All Possible Quantum Worlds
Valia Allori (Philosophy Dept, Northern Illinois University, USA)

Form and function as expressions of the historical and epistemological problem of continuity
Gildo Magalhães (University of S. Paulo, Brazil)

Views, variety and the quantum
Lee Smolin (Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Canada)

Probability theory as a physical theory points to superdeterminism, and
implications for hidden-variable theories

Louis Vervoort (University of Tyumen, Russia)

The Douboschinski pendulum – a paradigm for quantization through nonlinear interactions
Jonathan Tennenbaum (CFCUL, Portugal)

A strong nomological interpretation of Quantum Mechanics. Towards a theory of physical encoded information
Paulo Castro (CFCUL, Portugal)

Conference videos playlist
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