Frontiers of Fundamental Physics

(last updated: February, 7th 2014)

Contacts:

  • Roland Triay (CPT) – triay[at]cpt.univ-mrs.fr
  • Burra Sidharth (BMBSC) – birlard[at]ap.nic.in

Scope of the conference

This conference will address issues of fundamental physics that are not included in the other seven conferences of the symposium. The main topics will come gradually from the contributions of the participants.

Schedule

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DayJuly, 14Before the symposium…
Event19h00, Welcome Party: French National Day, fireworks…No conference associated
DayJuly, 15First day of the symposium…
Break08h00 – 08h45Conference Registration, Room “Salle de Conférences”
Parallel Sessions08h45 – 10h30Plenary session
Break10h30 – 11h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions11h00 – 12h30Morning parallel plenary sessions
Break12h30 – 14h30Lunch
Parallel Sessions14h30 – 16h30First afternoon parallel sessions
PlaceRoom 405Frontiers of Fundamental Physics
Chairman: Walter Greiner
Talk14h30 – 15h00July, 15
speaker-535aa343b776d Alexander Burinskii (NSI RAS) From Kerr-Newman Black Hole to Spinning Particle: Where is There Hidden the Dirac Equation?
abstract

The Kerr-Newman black hole solution has many remarkable evidences of its relationships with the structure of the Dirac electron. Extra high spin/mass ratio of the electron corresponds to over-rotating Kerr geometry, singularity of which has to be regulated, forming a soliton-source [1]. There appears principal question: where and how the Dirac equation can be hidden inside the solitonic bag-like source of the Kerr-Newman spinning particle. In this talk we show that soliton represents a domain wall bubble confining the Higgs field in false vacuum state. The Kerr theorem creates two massless spinor fields (Weyl spinors) which interact via Yukawa coupling and turn into Dirac field, acquiring mass term from the Higgs field [3].

References

[1] A. Burinskii, Regularized Kerr-Newman Solution as a Gravitating Soliton,J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 43, 392001, (2010) [arXiv: 1003.2928].

[2] A. Burinskii, What tells Gravity on the shape and size of an electron Physics of Particles and Nuclei, 45 (1) (2014) 202. DOI:10.1134/S106377961401016X [arXiv:1212.2920].

[3] A. Burinskii, Kerr-Newman electron as spinning soliton, in: Proceedings of the “Advanced school on quantum foundations and open quantum systems” will be published in the Int. J. of Mod. Phys. A.

Talk15h00 – 15h30July, 15
speaker-53a837176101b Igor Kanatchikov (KCIK) Precanonical quantization from the first principles to quantization of gravity
abstract

I review mathematical structures of the De Donder-Weyl (DW) Hamiltonian theory for fields, which does not require space-time decompositions. Those structures: the polysymplectic form, Poisson-Gerstenhaber brackets of differential forms, which represent dynamical variables, the bracket form of the DW Hamiltonian field equations, and the fundamental brackets, allow us to formulate a generalization of canonical quantization to the DW framework. Because the structures of DW Hamiltonian theory are intermediate between the Lagrangian level and the canonical Hamiltonian level, and they don't require splitting into the space and time and don't consider the infinite dimensional spaces of field configurations, the corresponding approach is called precanonical quantization. I show how the quantization of fundamental brackets leads to a quantum theoretic formalism were the wave functions and operators are space-time Clifford algebra valued, and the role of the Schroedinger equation is played by a Dirac-like equation with the operator of the DW Hamiltonian function replacing the mass term. I briefly show how this approach allows to reproduce few simple results of quantum field theory and how the standard quantum field theory appears as a limiting case when the elementary volume parameter , which appears in precanonical quantization, tends to zero (more details will be given in the talk at the session on mathematical physics). After this review, I will show how the approach of precanonical quantization works for quantization of gravity in the first order vielbein - spin-connection formalism. It will include a generalization of DW hamiltonian theory to the singular case, its quantization, formulation of the generalized Schroedinger equation for the wave function on the bundle of spin-connection coefficients over space-time, and the definition of the appropriate Hilbert space. In this framework the quantum space-time is discussed by the transition amplitudes between the values of spin-connection at different points of space-time, which can be determined from the equations of the theory. I will also discuss simple applications of the results in the context of quantum cosmology.

References

[1] I. Kanatchikov, De Donder-Weyl Hamiltonian formulation and precanonical quantization of vielbein gravity, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 442 (2013) 012041, arXiv:1302.2610.

[2] I. Kanatchkov, Precanonical quantization: from foundations to quantum gravity, in preparation.

[3] I.V. Kanatchikov, On the precanonical structure of the Schrödinger wave functional, arXiv:1312.4518; Precanonical Quantization and the Schrödinger wave functional revisited, arXiv:1112.5801, to appear in { Adv. Theor. Math. Phys.}

[4] I. Kanatchikov, On a generalization of the Dirac bracket in the De Donder-Weyl Hamiltonian formalism, arXiv:0807.3127.

[5] I. Kanatchikiov, Geometric (pre)quantization in the polysymplectic approach to field theory, hep-th/0112263.

Talk15h30 – 16h00July, 15
speaker-538bafedc41c1 Alessandro Spallicci (UO, OSUC) Solar wind test of the de Broglie-Proca's massive photon with Cluster multi-spacecraft data
abstract

The exam of the literature on the large-scale astrophysical limits for the photon mass inspires a critical attitude and prompts to question whether these limits are nothing more than the outcome of idealized models. This view is confirmed by Goldhaber and Nieto [1] who state “Quoted photon-mass limits have at times been overly optimistic in the strengths of their characterizations. This is perhaps due to the temptation to assert too strongly something one `knows' to be true. A look at the summary of the Particle Data Group [...] hints at this.”

We use spacecraft data in the solar wind at 1 AU to estimate the mass upper limit of the de Broglie-Proca's photon, by looking for deviations from the Ampère's law. We take advantage of the Cluster spacecraft which both allow the direct computation of from simultaneous four-point measurements of the magnetic field and provide measurements of particle currents. We estimate the upper bound for the mass to be { } kg without using any ad hoc model. Finally, we discuss how this limit can be lowered and compare with currently accepted values in the solar wind.

References

[1] Goldhaber and Nieto, Rev. Mod. Phys. 82, 939 (2010)

[2] A. Retinò, A. D. A. M. Spallicci and A. Vaivads, arXiv:1302.6168v2 [hep-ph] (2014).

Talk16h00 – 16h30July, 15
speaker-5359281b8fbcd Sergey Mayburov (FIAN) Fuzzy Topology, Quantization and Gauge Fields
abstract

It was argued earlier that Dodson-Zeeman fuzzy topology (FT) represents the possible mathematical basis for quantum space-time structure. Here the quantization formalism related to it will be described.

As the example, the quantization of massive particles is considered, it's shown that the coordinate uncertainty is generic in FT. FT fundamental set is Poset, so that some its element pairs in place of standard ordering relation , can obey to incomparability relation: . For illustration, consider discrete Poset , which includes the subset of incomparable elements , and the subset which is maximal totally ordered subset. indexes grow correspondingly to their ordering, i.e. , . Suppose that for some and interval , . In this case is “smeared” over interval, which is analogue of coordinate uncertainty, if to regard as “coordinate axe”. Analogously to it, -dimensional model Universe corresponds to Poset where is the massive particle subset, -continuous ordered subset , which describes 1-dimensional euclidian geometry. If for some and interval the relation holds for all , then possess -coordinate uncertainty of the order . To detalize characteristics, the corresponding fuzzy weight introduced with the norm , so that value indicates where on axe is mainly concentrated. In this framework corresponds to the formal definition of fuzzy point and of fuzzy set.

In such approach massive particle can be described as the evolving fuzzy point of . It's shown then that the corresponding normalized density evolves according to the flow continuity equation: where is flow local velocity. The independent parameters , which characterize state, can be unambiguously mapped to normalized complex function . Assuming space-time shift invariance, it's proved that evolution obeys to Schrödinger equation for arbitrary mass , such theory can be also extended for -dimensional case. It's proved also that in relativistic case evolution described by Dirac equation for spin . Particle's interactions on such fuzzy manifold are shown to be gauge invariant, the interactions of fermion muliplets are performed by Yang-Mills fields.

References

[1] Dodson, C.J.T. (1974), Bull. London Math. Soc. 6, 191

[2] Mayburov, S. (2008), J. Phys. A 41, 164071

[3] Bandmeyer, H. and Gottwald, S. (1995), Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Logics, Fuzzy Methods with Applications (Wiley, N-Y)

[4] Mayburov S. (2012) Phys. Part. Nucl. (2012) 43, 465 ; hep-th:1205.3019

[5] Mayburov S. (2010) Int. J. Theor. Phys. 49, 3192

Break16h30 – 17h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions17h00 – 18h30Second afternoon parallel sessions
PlaceRoom 405Frontiers of Fundamental Physics
Chairman: Alexander Burinskii
Talk17h00 – 17h30July, 15
speaker-539bcd1cb5570 Alessandro Tosini (UNIPV) Informational features of Fermionic systems
abstract

The anticommutation of Fermionic fields raises the problem of simulating the evolution of Fermionic systems by means of commuting quantum systems, say qubits. We tackle [1,2] the issue of retaining locality of Fermionic operations considering local Fermionic modes as the elementary systems of an operational probabilistic theory. The locality of Fermionic operations, namely operations on systems that are not causally connected must commute, implies the parity superselection rule that inhibits the superposition of states with an even and an odd number of excitations. As a result the Fermionic theory lacks two distinctive traits of quantum theory, the local tomography and the monogamy of the entanglement.

References

[1] D'Ariano, Giacomo Mauro, Franco Manessi, Paolo Perinotti, and Alessandro Tosini, The Feynman problem and Fermionic entanglement: Fermionic theory versus qubit theory, accepted on Int. J. Mod. Phys. A, arXiv preprint arXiv:1403.2674 (2014).

[2] D'Ariano, Giacomo Mauro, Franco Manessi, Paolo Perinotti, and Alessandro Tosini, Fermionic computation is non-local tomographic and violates monogamy of entanglement, arXiv preprint arXiv:1307.7902 (2013).

Talk17h30 – 18h00July, 15
speaker-538491407448f Antonio Padilla (UoN) Sequestering the Standard Model Vacuum Energy
abstract

This talk is based on [1, 2]. We propose a very simple reformulation of General Relativity, which completely sequesters from gravity all of the vacuum energy from a matter sector, including all loop corrections and renders all contributions from phase transitions automatically small. The idea is to make the dimensional parameters in the matter sector functionals of the 4-volume element of the universe. For them to be nonzero, the universe should be finite in spacetime. If this matter is the Standard Model of particle physics, our mechanism prevents any of its vacuum energy, classical or quantum, from sourcing the curvature of the universe. The mechanism is consistent with the large hierarchy between the Planck scale, electroweak scale and curvature scale, and early universe cosmology, including inflation. Consequences of our proposal are that the vacuum curvature of an old and large universe is not zero, but very small, that is a transient, and that the universe will collapse in the future.

References

[1] N. Kaloper and A. Padilla, Sequestering the Standard Model Vacuum Energy,” Phys.\ Rev.\ Lett.\ 112 (2014) 091304 [arXiv:1309.6562 [hep-th]].

[2] N. Kaloper and A. Padilla, `Sequestering the Standard Model Vacuum Energy,” to appear

Event19h00, Public Lecture, Jean-Pierre Luminet : Les bâtisseurs du ciel, de Copernic à demainNo conference associated
DayJuly, 16Second day of the symposium…
Parallel Sessions09h00 – 10h30Plenary session
Break10h30 – 11h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions11h00 – 12h30Morning parallel plenary sessions
Break12h30 – 14h30Lunch
Parallel Sessions14h30 – 16h30First afternoon parallel sessions
PlaceRoom 405Frontiers of Fundamental Physics
Chairman: Burra Sidharth
Talk14h30 – 15h00July, 16
speaker-53542def91008 Valeriy Dvoeglazov (UAZ) Energy-Momentum Tensor in Electromagnetic Theory and Gravitation from Relativistic Quantum Equations
abstract

Recently, several discussions on the possible observability of 4-vector fields have been published in literature. Furthermore, several authors recently claimed existence of the helicity=0 fundamental field. We re-examine the theory of antisymmetric tensor fields and 4-vector potentials. We study the massless limits too. In fact, a theoretical motivation for this venture is the old papers of Ogievetski\u{\i} and Polubarinov, Hayashi, and Kalb and Ramond. Ogievetskii and Polubarinov proposed the concept of the notoph, whose helicity properties are complementary to those of the photon. We analyze the quantum field theory with taking into account mass dimensions of the notoph and the photon. It appears to be possible to describe both photon and notoph degrees of freedom on the basis of the modified Bargmann-Wigner formalism for the symmetric second-rank spinor. Next, we proceed to derive equations for the symmetric tensor of the second rank on the basis of the Bargmann-Wigner formalism in a straightforward way. The symmetric multispinor of the fourth rank is used. Due to serious problems with the interpretation of the results obtained on using the standard procedure we generalize it and obtain the spin-2 relativistic equations, which are consistent with the general relativity. Thus, in fact we deduced the gravitational field equations from relativistic quantum mechanics. The relations of this theory with the scalar-tensor theories of gravitation and are discussed. Particular attention has been paid to the correct definitions of the energy-momentum tensor and other Nœther currents in the electromagnetic theory, the relativistic theory of gravitation, the general relativity, and their generalizations. We estimate possible interactions, fermion-notoph, graviton-notoph, photon-notoph, and conclude that they will be probably seen in experiments in the next few years.

Talk15h00 – 15h30July, 16
speaker-536f029bb0477 Cohl Furey (PI) Charge Quantization from a Number Operator
abstract

In the early seventies, Günaydin and Gürsey discovered quark structure in the split octonions, [1]. Using their anti-commuting ladder operators, , we show a direct route to a new generator. This generator behaves like electric charge, thereby allowing us to further identify states behaving like the electron and neutrino.

Our proposed electric charge turns out to be proportional to a number operator, consequently illuminating why it is quantized.

Using only this trio of ladder operators, and their conjugates, we construct a pair of minimal left ideals, which is shown to transform under and as does a full generation of the standard model.

References

[1] M. Günaydin, F. Gürsey, Quark Statistics and Octonions, Phys. Rev. D, Vol. 9, No. 12 (1974)

Talk15h30 – 16h00July, 16
speaker-538660d268fe5 John Williamson (UoG) A new theory of light and matter
abstract

A new, linear field theory of light and matter is proposed, sharpening the principle of relativity and adding four new coupled differential equations to the original four of Maxwell. The new theory, though continuous, allows only propagating pure field solutions with an integral angular momentum. These are identified with the photon. Solutions with rest-mass are necessarily charged, with a value close to the elementary charge [1]. They have a double-covering rotation in momentum space with a resulting half-integral spin and statistics, as was discussed on the basis of an earlier non-linear theory [2]. The result is that, just as was the case for de Broglie's concept of the harmony of phases [3] which led to his famous relation and the subsequent development of quantum mechanics, it is a rigorous consideration of the principle of relativity that leads to the quantisation of light and matter.

References

[1] Williamson, J.G. & van der Mark, M.B. Is the electron a photon with toroidal topology?, Ann. Fondation L. de Broglie 22, 133 (1997).

[2] Williamson, J.G. Fermions from Bosons and the origin of the exclusion principle, Proceedings of MENDEL 2012.

[3] de Broglie, L. Recherches sur la théorie des quanta, Ann. Phys. Ser. 10 3, 22 (1925).

Talk16h00 – 16h30July, 16
speaker-53413b5da082d Joseph Kouneiher (UNS) Higgs fields, Yang-Mills Quantized theories and the Cohomological origine of the mass
abstract

In this talk we want to show how the mass can enter Yang-Mills theories through central (pseudo) extensions of the corresponding gauge group. This mechanism does not involve extra (Higgs) scalar particles and could provide new clues for the better understanding of the nature of the Symmetry Breaking Mechanism. In this talk we are going to outline the essential points of this approach.

Break16h30 – 17h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions17h00 – 18h30Second afternoon parallel sessions
EventBanquet at Palais du Pharo — 19h00No conference associated
DayJuly, 17Third day of the symposium…
Parallel Sessions09h00 – 10h30Plenary session
Break10h30 – 11h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions11h00 – 12h30Morning parallel plenary sessions
Break12h30 – 14h30Lunch
Parallel Sessions14h30 – 16h30First afternoon parallel sessions
PlaceRoom 405Frontiers of Fundamental Physics
Chairman: Roland Triay
Talk14h30 – 15h00July, 17
speaker-53a157383dfed Marc Lachièze-Rey (APC) Dynamics of histories
abstract

We propose an unified framework, based on the notion of histories, which applies to time dynamics and to field theories. It accepts a Lagrangian and a Hamiltonian formulations, both entirely covariant in the case of field theories. Dynamical equations and conservation laws take a very simple universal expression. Developing differential calculus in the (infinite dimensional) space of histories, we define a generalized symplectic form. It leads very naturally to the multisymplectic formalism in field theories (the usual symplectic form for time dynamics appearing as a particular case) and it provides the usual on-shell symplectic form (in the space of solutions). We apply to first order canonical general relativity.

Talk15h00 – 15h30July, 17
speaker-5341ce9f506a2 Mikhail Altaisky (IKI) Continuous wavelet transform in quantum field theory
abstract

We describe the application of the continuous wavelet transform to calculation of the Green functions in quantum field theory: scalar theory, quantum electrodynamics, quantum chromodynamics. The method of continuous wavelet transform in quantum field theory presented in [1,2] consists in substitution of the local fields by those dependent on both the position and the resolution . The substitution of the action by the action makes the local theory into nonlocal one, and implies the causality conditions related to the scale , the region causality [2]. These conditions make the Green functions finite for any given set of regions by means of an effective cutoff scale .

References

[1] M.V.Altaisky, Quantum field theory without divergences, Phys. Rev. D 81(2010)125003

[2] M.V.Altaisky and N.E.Kaputkina, Continuous wavelet transform in quantum field theory, Phys. Rev. D 88(2013)025015

[3] J.D.Christensen and L. Crane, Causal sites as quantum geometry, J. Math. Phys. 46(2005)122502

Talk15h30 – 16h00July, 17
speaker-537234113b892 Alessandro Bisio (UNIPV) From Quantum Cellular Automata to Quantum Field Theory
abstract

This talk is based on Refs. [1,2,3]. We explore the idea that Quantum Field Theory could be grounded on a Quantum Cellular Automaton (QCA) model (i.e. a discrete unitary evolution of a lattice of quantum systems). In the -dimensional case, we show that the translation, parity and time-reversal symmetries lead to QCA model which recovers 1D Dirac field equation in the large scale limit. The discreteness of this model implies a breakdown of Lorentz covariance, which is replaced by a doubly special relativity model with an invariant lenght. Finally we will discuss the phenomenology of the QCA model and extensions to the three dimensional and interacting cases.

References

[1] A. Bisio, G. M. D'Ariano, A. Tosini Quantum Field as a Quantum Cellular Automaton: the Dirac free evolution in one dimension arXiv:1212.2839

[2] A. Bisio, G. M. D'Ariano, A. Tosini Dirac quantum cellular automaton in one dimension: Zitterbewegung and scattering from potential Phys. Rev. A 88, 032301 (2013)

[3] A. Bibeau-Delisle, A. Bisio, G. M. D'Ariano, P. Perinotti, A. Tosini Doubly-Special Relativity from Quantum Cellular Automata arXiv:1310.6760

Talk16h00 – 16h30July, 17
speaker-536b5608859c4 Igor Bulyzhenkov (MIPT) Field and Matter or Pure Field Physics?
abstract

What did Einstein infer by stating [1] “Could we not reject the concept of matter and build a pure field physics? What impresses our senses as matter is really a great concentration of energy into a comparatively small space. We could regard matter as the regions in space where the field is extremely strong. ... A thrown stone is, from this point of view, a changing field, where the states of greatest field intensity travel through space with the velocity of the stone. There would be no place, in our new physics, for both field and matter, field being the only reality.”

One can indeed resolve the classical field equations in terms of infinite radial distributions for elementary masses and electrical charges [2]. Continuous field-type particles are counted by the left-hand side of the Einstein Equation where the Ricci scalar turns out to be geometrized mass density of such a non-empty, material space or inhomogeneous relativistic fluid [3]. Laboratory tests with precise clocks may distinguish in practice non-empty and empty space paradigms.

References

[1] A. Einstein and L. Infeld, emph{The Evolution of Physics}, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge U.K. (1954), pg. 257-258.

[2] I. Bulyzhenkov, Einstein's gravitation for Machian relativism of nonlocal energy-charges , Int. J. Theor. Phys. 47 (2008) 1261-1269.

[3] I. Bulyzhenkov, Densities of electron's continuum in gravitational and electromagnetic fields, Bullet. Lebedev Phys. Inst. 41, N1 (2014) 1-5.

Break16h30 – 17h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions17h00 – 18h30Second afternoon parallel sessions
EventCocktail at the City Hall — 19h00No conference associated
DayJuly, 18Fourth day of the symposium…
Parallel Sessions09h00 – 10h30Plenary session
Break10h30 – 11h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions11h00 – 12h30Morning parallel plenary sessions
Break12h30 – 14h30Lunch
Parallel Sessions14h30 – 16h30First afternoon parallel sessions
PlaceRoom 405Frontiers of Fundamental Physics
Chairman: Bernard Whiting
Talk14h30 – 15h00July, 18
speaker-53a7d67e75adc Alain Blanchard (IRAP) The cosmological constant and quantum vacuum
abstract

The acceleration of the expansion can now be regarded as established beyond reasonable doubt. However, the physical origin of this acceleration, the so-called dark energy, remains a puzzling problem in fundamental physics. The current explanations, quintessence and modified gravity, are based on a fundamental revision of known physics.

Here I will present a revival of an old proposition : that the origin of cosmic acceleration is due to the gravitational active vacuum.

Talk15h00 – 15h30July, 18
speaker-535113279d827 Remo Garattini (UniBg) Distorting General Relativity: Gravity's Rainbow and f(R) theories at work
abstract

The talk is based on the results of Ref. [1], where we compute the Zero Point Energy in a spherically symmetric background combining the high energy distortion of Gravity's Rainbow [2] with the modification induced by a theory. Here is a generic analytic function of the Ricci curvature scalar R in 4D and in 3D. The explicit calculation is performed for a Schwarzschild metric [3]. Due to the spherically symmetric property of the Schwarzschild metric we can compare the effects of the modification induced by a theory in 4D and in 3D. We find that the final effect of the combined theory is to have finite quantities that shift the Zero Point Energy. In this context we setup a Sturm- Liouville problem with the cosmological constant considered as the associated eigenvalue. The eigenvalue equation is a reformulation of the Wheeler-DeWitt equation which is analyzed by means of a variational approach based on gaussian trial functionals. With the help of a canonical decomposition, we find that the relevant contribution to one loop is given by the graviton quantum fluctuations around the given background. A final discussion on the connection of our result with the observed cosmological constant and the inflation problem is also reported.

References

[1] R. Garattini, Distorting General Relativity: Gravity's Rainbow and theories at work, JCAP 1306 (2013) 017 arXiv:1210.7760 [gr-qc].

[2] J. Magueijo and L. Smolin, Gravity's Rainbow, Class. Quant. Grav. 21, 1725 (2004) [arXiv:gr-qc/0305055].

[3] R. Garattini and G.~Mandanici, Modified Dispersion Relations lead to a finite Zero Point Gravitational Energy, Phys. Rev. D 83, 084021 (2011); arXiv:1102.3803 [gr-qc].

Talk15h30 – 16h00July, 18
speaker-53733dce274a9 Zbigniew Haba (ITFWroc) A fluid of diffusing particles and its cosmological behaviour
abstract

I. We discuss Einstein gravity for a fluid consisting of particles interacting with an environment of some other particles. The environment is described by a time-dependent cosmological term which is compensating the lack of the conservation law of the energy-momentum of the dissipative fluid. The dissipation is approximated by a relativistic diffusion in the phase space. We are interested in a homogeneous isotropic flat expanding Universe described by a scale factor . At an early stage the particles are massless. We obtain explicit solutions of the diffusion equation for a fluid of massless particles at finite temperature. The solution is of the form of a modified Jüttner distribution with a time-dependent temperature. At later time Universe evolution is described as a diffusion at zero temperature with no equilibration. We find solutions of the diffusion equation at zero temperature which can be treated as a continuation to a later time of the finite temperature solutions describing an early stage of the Universe. The energy-momentum of the diffusing particles is defined by their phase space distribution. A conservation of the total energy-momentum determines the cosmological term up to a constant. The resulting energy-momentum inserted into Einstein equations gives a modified Friedmann equation. Solutions of the Friedmann equation depend on the initial value of the cosmological term. The large value of the cosmological constant implies an exponential expansion. If the initial conditions allow a power-like solution for a large time then it must be of the form (no deceleration, is the cosmic time) . The final stage of the Universe evolution is described by a non-relativistic diffusion of a cold dust. The model is studied in [1]. The relativistic diffusion in [2-6].

II. As a second step we discuss extensions of the model I. We discuss interactions which lead to relativistic diffusion. In particular, we show that quantized electromagnetic fields and gravitons can lead to diffusion. Such a diffusion must be included on the rhs of Einstein equations if the quantized degrees of freedom are not treated explicitly as dynamical variables (some earlier work on the effect of gravitons is in [8,9]). Next, we consider the perturbation of the homogeneous metric of the model I in order to study the role of diffusion in the spreading of inhomogeneities at an early stage of the hot universe.

References

[1] Z.Haba, Class.Quant.Grav. 31, 075011(2014)

[2] Z. Haba, Journ.Phys. A46, 155001(2013)

[3] Z.Haba, Mod.Phys.Lett. A28, 1350091(2013)

[4] Z. Haba, Phys.Rev. E79, 021128(2009)

[5] Z. Haba, Physica, A390, 2776(2011)

[6] Z.Haba, Mod.Phys.Lett. A25, 2681(2010)

[6] Z. Haba, Class.Quant.Grav. 27, 095021(2010)

[6] Z.Haba, Mod.Phys.Lett. 24, 1519(2000)

[7] Z.Haba, H. Kleinert, Int.Journ.Mod.Phys. A17,3729(2002)

Break16h30 – 17h00Coffee break
Parallel Sessions17h00 – 18h30Second afternoon parallel sessions