Plenary Lecture

To what Extend could be Quantum Mechanics be Submissive . What we have Recently Understood about Quantum Control

Professor Zakhariev Boris Nikolaevich
Laboratory of Theoretical Physics
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR, Dubna)

Abstract: Correction of the present defect in quantum education throughout the world must be performed by the new breakthrough in quantum mechanics which was recently achieved due to the inverse problem approach. It allows finding infinite (!) number of exactly solvable models instead of only about ten previously known about 100 years. It means an incomparable more convenient basis for the quantum education and countless instructive examples of the precise control of the spectral parameters. That was impossible to imagine in the previous quantum theory. Another great achievement was the discovery of qualitative rules of transformations of the most elementary wave constituents, their separate bumps. This opened the 'black box' of the above mentioned exact models and intensifies many times their usefulness. One acquires the notion about the simplest "bricks" and building blocks of potential and wave transformations. It means a real quantum ABC to acquire the quantum literacy and facilitate the future discoveries. So, one gains the absolutely unexpected ability of immediate prediction how, in principle, to achieve the given properties of the constructed objects. An unprecedented combination of qualitative simplicity and clarity with absolute exactness was achieved. Unlike the numerous textbooks on quantum mechanics, mainly compilations, the one recently published by us (Nova Publishers? New York) has no analogs. Being first hand information it is utmost intelligible due to computer visualizations. It is not a substitution of the traditional books, but a fundamental, strengthening and simplifying addition to them enlarging and deepening the understanding of the subject instead of previously unintuitive and approximate approach. Recently we have achieved a new progress in extending our “solutions in mind” to more complicated objects (multi-channel, multidimensional and few –body systems).

Brief Biography of the Speaker:
Zakhariev Boris Nikolaevich was born 29 September 1933. Graduated from Department of Physics, Moscow State University (1956), Russia.
Admitted to the Laboratory of Theoretical Physics of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR, Dubna) where B.Z. is working till now. B.Z. has investigated the problems of nuclear fusion in mu-molecular three-body systems with S.S.Gershtein under the guide of Ya.B. Zeldovich and A.D.Sakharov. It was an excellent school of quantum multichannel formalism. The corresponding pioneer results were used for many years by the researches in this direction and constituted the B.Z.'s Candidat thesis defended in 1960.
For his unified theory of quantum reactions, B.Z. has got the second scientific degree (Russian Doctor of Phys.-Math. Sciences) in 1970. In 1974 these methods of close coupling of channels were published in B.Z.'s first book (Atomizdat).
His numerous results on quantum inverse problem theory were published in the second book "Potentials and quantum scattering" (Energoatomizdat, 1985) which was revised, translated into English and published as "Direct and Inverse Problems" in 1990 by Springer.
The main points of qualitative theory of spectral, scattering and decay control (quantum design) were collected in the third and fourth books "Lessons on Quantum Intuition" (JINR, 1996) and "New ABC of Quantum Mechanics" accepted for publication.
B.Z. became professor in 1991, selected and named Soros Professor in 1994 (confirmed in 1996) "in recognition and appreciation of outstanding contributions to science". He is the only Soros Professor in Laboratory of Theoretical Physics of JINR (among more than 150 its scientific collaborators).
During the last 4 years B.Z. has delivered about 200 lectures and reports at 40 scientific and educational centers ("Global" program of information about the new theory in which his school has leading positions in the world) of Russia (20 of them best in Moscow), Europe, Canada, South Africa, Australia spreading new elements of quantum literacy (B.Z. Paris, Montpellier, Aux-le-Bain (France), Nils Bohr Inst. (Copenhagen, Denmark), Quebec and Edmonton (Canada), Hamburg, Berlin, Siegen, Bochum, Giessen, Freiburg, Dresden (Germany), Wienna, Graz (Austria), Prague, Libice, Cracow, Szecin, Mikolayki, Budapest, Bratislava, Bucharest (East Europe), Pretoria, Iohannesburg (South Africa), at World's Math.-Phys Congress in Brisbane (Australia).). B.Z. has organized 5 School-Seminars "Secrets of Quantum and Mathematical Intuition" at Dubna (1993-1997).
Under B.Z.'s guide 30 diploma works were done by students of Universities of Moscow, Twer, Tashkent, Sofia, Katmandu, Vilnius etc.
Under the guide of B.Z. 7 Doctor (Russian "candidate") thesis works were defended. Three of B.Z.'s young collaborators have got the next scientific degree (Russian doctor). Two Doctor thesis works based on the results by B.Z. were done in USA (Meister) and Austria (Schnizer), two his coauthors are preparing doctor thesis works: Stroh (Germany) and Braun (Pretoria).
In 1996 B.Z. has got the sole prize of organizing commeetee of international Conference on Nuclear Spectroscopie and Reactions.
B.Z. is the member of Executive Board of Moscow Physical Society and of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Moscow Phys. Society.





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