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Tuesday 3 March 2020, 12:00

Unveiling Current Challenges in Space Weather Forecasting: The SAWS-ASPECS tool

Anastasios Anastasiadis
National Observatory of Athens / IAASARS

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Featured Picture

 

The picture shows a typical collision event between the blobs of the wavefunction describing two entangled qubits and the segments of two Bohmian trajectories, one ordered (blue) and one chaotic (red). The blue trajectory starts on the leading blob (L1) and the chaotic trajectory on the small blob (S1). Both of them follow the motion of these blobs (L2, S2) up to the collision event (black contours). Then the ordered trajectory retains its placement on the leading blob (L3), while the chaotic trajectory exhibits an abrupt change in its direction and follows the leading blob (L3) instead of the small blob (S3). This happens due to the interaction of the chaotic trajectory with a NPXPC, during the collision, when this trajectory is at the yellow square (green dots represent the nodal points at the collision time t = 4,5). The ordered trajectory does not undergo such a scattering and continues following the large blob. In the case of chaotic trajectories, this mechanism leads an arbitrary distribution of initial conditions to the distribution which satisfies Born’s rule.

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S. Basilakos and his colleagues N. Mavromatos (Kings College) and J. Sola (Un. of Barcelona) have earned Honorable Mention in the 2018 competition organized by the Gravity Research Foundation (GRF - USA).

 

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Latest Developments in Astronomy 2019: Research Results from the Research Center for Astronomy and Applied Mathematics of the Academy of Athens.



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