Curriculum Vitae


CURRICULUM VITAE


with


LIST AND PDFs OF PUBLICATIONS, STAYS ABROAD, INVITED TALKS, etc.



Prof. Mladen Pavicic

Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials and Sensors - CEMS Photonics and Quantum Optics Unit Rudjer Boskovic Institute

Zagreb

Croatia


Web pages: http://www.irb.hr/korisnici/mpavicic   http://alex.ifs.hr,      ..

E-mails: mpavicic at irb dot hr      mpavicic at alex dot ifs dot hr,



CONTENTS

  1. EDUCATIONAL TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  2. COMPUTER SKILLS

  3. LIST OF ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

    1. THESES    [ Th]

    2. ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

      1. PAPERS IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS    [ IJ]

      2. INTERNATIONAL PROCEEDINGS    [ P]

      3. DEPARTMENT REPORTS    [ r]

      4. PAPERS IN NATIONAL JOURNALS    [ NJ]

      5. REVIEW PAPERS

    3. PROFESSIONAL PAPER    [ p]

    4. BOOK    [ B]

    5. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS    [ CB]

    6. TEXTBOOKS    [ TB]

  4. EDITOR AND REFEREE

  5. AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

  6. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  7. STAYS AT UNIVERSITIES ABROAD

  8. INVITED TALKS AND SEMINARS

  9. PARTICIPATION AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS WITH CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

  10. INVITED SCIENTISTS AND THEIR LECTURES



1.    EDUCATIONAL TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Educational background.

Attended gymnasium in Zagreb. Graduated in Theoretical Physics from the University of Zagreb with the thesis: Direct Reactions Methods in Structure of the Nucleus: Direct and Transfer Reactions in DWBA and CC (Couple of Channels).

Studied Philosophy at the University of Zagreb.

Postgraduate study
Followed a post-graduate course in Nuclear Physics and Physics of Elementary Particles at the University of Zagreb.

Early research
Worked on interaction between fundamental investigations in natural sciences and their socio-philosophical background   [Refs.  NJ3, P2] from the list of academic publications below] and on the logical structure of linguistic and philosophical systems   [ NJ1, NJ2, NJ4, P1].


Early employment
Worked at the Institute for Theoretical and Nuclear Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb (Department for Nuclear and Atomic Investigations) on direct nuclear reactions in DWBA and Couple of Channels methods for two years.

University Assistant in Physics at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Zagreb for one semester. Taught Physics I (mechanics, hydrodynamics, and heat) and Physics III (applied physics-physics of materials).

April 1979
Appointed University Assistant in Mathematical and Physical Subjects at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb through the Department of Mathematics, University of Zagreb.

Have since taught Physics (mechanics, hydromechanics, heat, optics, and electricity and magnetism), Applied Mathematics (partial differential equations and variational calculus with the associated numerical methods), and Statistics.

Research work 1979-1981
Did research in the logical structure of quantum mechanics   [ Th1], in the rival interpretation of quantum mechanics (individual, statistical, fuzzy phase-space, stochastical, etc.)   [ Th1, NJ7], as well as in the philosophy and sociology of natural sciences   [ P2, NJ11, NJ7] and pedagogy of physics   [ TB1,2].


1981
Became an associate of the Institute for Theoretical Physics in Belgrade where completed M. Sc. thesis on the completeness of quantum mechanics under Prof. Zvonko Maric.

December 1981
Received M. Sc. degree with a thesis entitled A Critical Review of the Completeness of Quantum Mechanics at the University of Zagreb.   [ Th1]

November 1982
Appointed Main (Scientific) Assistant in Physics at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb for lecturing physics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb through the Department of Mathematics, University of Zagreb.

Research work 1982-1985
Did research in quantum logic and related fields (modal logic, non-classical logic, Kripke semantics, probabilistic semantics, forcing methods, etc.).   [ P4]

Also continued to do research in the philosophical background of natural sciences   [ NJ9, NJ10, NJ11], as well as in the pedagogy of physics   [ TB3].


1984
Spent several months at the Institute for Theoretical Physics in Belgrade working on Ph. D. dissertation on the algebraico-logical structure of quantum mechanics. Prof. Zvonko Maric was the mentor.

End 1985
Completed Ph. D. dissertation entitled Algebraico-Logical Structure of the Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Belgrade.   [ Th2]

April 1986
Defended Ph. D. dissertation.


Research work 1986-1988
Research work on the logical and probabilistic quantum structures   [ P5, IJ3, r1], on the Pauli non-uniqueness problem   [ IJ1, IJ2], as well as on the sociological background of physical theories and models   [ NJ12].


March 1988
Appointed Scientific Coworker in Physics at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb.

1988-1990
As an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow spent two academic years at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Cologne, West Germany. The host was Prof. Peter Mittelstaedt.

Research work 1988-1990
Research work on embedding of quantum logic into new modal logics   [ r4, IJ4], probabilistic foundations of quantum logic   [ r3, IJ4, IJ6], and frequency approach to quantum measurements   [ r2, IJ5, P6, P7].


April 1990 - May 1996
Assistant Professor in Physics; elected at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb for researching at the Univeristy of Zagreb and teaching physics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb.

May 1990
Appointed the Head of Physics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb.


Research work 1990-1992
Research work on the algebraico-probabilistic quantum structures   [ IJ8, P8, IJ11], the non-locality problem   [ IJ7], the interpretations of quantum mechanics   [ IJ10], and the theory of quantum measurements   [ IJ11]. An extensive bibliography on the area of logico-algebraical quantum structures.   [ IJ10]


January 1991
Appointed the head of the Project No. 1-03-176 (five year project) at the Ministry of Science of Croatia entitled Algebraico-Probabilistic Structures of Quantum Mechanics.

June-July 1992
Visiting Professor at the Quantum Mechanical Laboratory, Faculty of Sciences, University of Reims, France. The host was Prof. M. Mugur-Schächter. Supported by the French Ministry of Science. Research work in the interpretation of quantum mechanics.   [ IJ10]


Research work 1993 - 1996
Research work in the field of quantum optics, in particular the fourth order interference   [ IJ13- IJ17, IJ20, P9-13] and laser resonance in a cavity   [ IJ18, IJ19, IJ21]. Several new physical effects were discovered (correlation in polarization between unpolarized beams, entaglement of independent photons, and virtual interaction-free excitation of atoms among others) and applied to fundamental experiments in quantum mechanics (proposal for a loophole-free Bell experiment, recombining independent photons into pure singlet and triplet states, washing out of interference fringes without ``kicks,'' etc.).

June 1993
Visiting Professor at the Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria. The host was Dr. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Technical University of Vienna. Research work in quantum optics.   [ IJ13, IJ14]

July-Sept. 1993
Visiting Professor at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Technical University of Berlin, West Germany. The host was Prof. Karl-Eberhard Hellwig.
Research work on quantum measurements   [ IJ12] and in quantum optics   [ IJ13, P13, IJ15]. Supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

May 1994
Appointed Senior Scientific Associate (equivalent of Associate Professor in USA, or of C3-Professor in Germany, or of Professor Extraordinarius in Austria) at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb. The Election Committee consisted of Prof. Silvio Palua, (Head of the) Department Physics, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Prof. Vladimir Paar, Department of Physics, University of Zagreb, Croatia and a member of the Academy of Sciences of Croatia, Prof. Enrico G. Beltrametti, (Director of the) Department of Theoretical Physics, (former Rector of the) University of Genoa, Italy and National Institute of Nuclear Physics in Genoa, Italy, and Prof. Giancarlo Ghirardi, (Director of the) Department of Theoretical Physics, University of Trieste, Italy,

August-September 1994
Visiting Professor at the Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria. The host was Dr. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Technical University of Vienna. Research work in quantum optics.   [ IJ14, IJ15, IJ16]

June-October 1995
Visiting Professor at Nichtklassische Strahlung Department of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft at the Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany. The host was Prof. Harry Paul. Research work in quantum optics. Supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.   [ IJ17, IJ18, P10]


May and December 1995
Visiting Professor at the Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria. The host was Dr. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Technical University of Vienna. Research work in quantum optics.   [ IJ17]


May 1996 - November 2001
Associate Professor in Physics; elected at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb) for researching at the University of Zagreb and teaching physics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb.


June 1996
Spent at Nichtklassische Strahlung Department of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft at the Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany. The host was Prof. Harry Paul. Research work in quantum optics. Supported by the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft.   [ IJ20, IJ21]


October 1996 - 2002
Appointed the head of the Project No. 082006 at the Ministry of Science of Croatia entitled Quantum Computation and Quantum Communication.


Research work 1996 - present
Research work in the field of quantum optics, quantum computing, quantum communication, quantum cryptography, quantum teleportation, lattice theory, model theory, and interaction-free expreiments. Modeling quantum logic gates by means of monolithic total-internal-reflection resonators. Usage of interaction-free optical ring resonator in cold ion experiments, biology, etc. Using four-photon interferometry in quantum cryptography. Constructing quantum optical repeaters. Quantum logic algorithms for quantum computers. Modeling both quantum and classical logics by non-orthomodular lattices. Several significant results were obtained: Approximative quantum optical repeater is constructed. [ IJ22, IJ29] It is discovered that there is an orthomodular model of quantum logic in addition to the standard orthomodular one.  [ IJ24] It is discovered that there is an orthomodular model of classical logic in addition to the standard Boolean algebra. [ IJ27] Soundness and completeness for both new models are proved. New quantum and classical implication algebras have been constructed with primitive implications. [ IJ25] A new class of infinite orthoarguesian lattices has been found [ IJ30] and applications to quantum computer algorithms investigated. [ IJ28] An interaction-free device has been conceived with a realistic efficiency of over 95%. [ IJ23, P14] Algorithms and programs for generation of Greechie diagrams with up to 100 atoms and blocks have been devised as well as algorithms and programs for checking lattice equations in them. [ IJ30, IJ31] It is discovered that there is a new class (24-24) of noncontextual Kochen-Specker sets with over 1,000 sets, 6 of them critical. [ IJ24] A new 60-75 class of noncontextual Kochen-Specker sets with over billions of sets, millions of them critical. is discovered [ IJ45- IJ47] Yet another 60-105 class of noncontextual Kochen-Specker sets with over billions of sets, millions of them critical. is discovered. [ B2]

September 1999 - June 2000
Appointed Visiting Professor at the Department of Physics, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland 21228, U. S. A.

Academic year 1999/2000
Given Fulbright Senior Teaching/Research award in the U. S. A. during 1999-2000 academic year. The host was Prof.~Yanhua Shih, Department of Physics, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland 21228, U. S. A. Research work in quantum computing and the interaction free experiments.

September and November 2000
Visiting Professor at the Erwin Schroedinger Institute Vienna, Austria. The host was Dr.~Anton Zeilinger, University of Vienna. Supported by the Erwin Schroedinger Institute, Vienna.


November 2001 - May 2007
Full Professor in Physics; elected at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb for researching at the Univeristy of Zagreb and teaching physics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb.


October 2002 - 2007
Appointed the head of the Project No. 0082222 at the Ministry of Science of Croatia entitled Quantum Information Theory.

2006 - September 2014
Appointed the Head of the Chair of Physics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb.


May 2007 - September 2014
Tenured Full Professor in Physics; elected at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Zagreb for researching at the Univeristy of Zagreb and teaching physics at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb.


September 2007 - December 2013
Appointed the head of the Project No. 082-0982562-3160 at the Ministry of Science of Croatia entitled Quantum Computation: Parallelism and Visualization.


November 2014
Appointed Founding Member of the Center Photonics and Quantum Optics a Research Unit of the Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials and Sensors - CEMS, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia - proclaimed by the Minister of Science, Education and Sports on Nov 10, 2014.


April 2015 - 2019
Coworker at the Project IP-2014-09-7515 at the Croatian Science Foundation Holography and interferometry under weak illumination. Principal Investigator: Nazif Demoli, Institute of Physics, Zagreb, Croatia. HRZZ stranica.





2.    COMPUTER SKILLS




Programing
Worked extensively with FORTRAN and Mathematica, less with C++.


Graphic programs
Skillful and experienced with AutoSketch. Also AutoCad.


Operating systems
Daily usage of Unix, Linux, VMS, OS/2, DOS, NT and MS Windows. Administrating Linux machines.


Computers in teaching
Regular usage of Mathematica (4.0) support (projected on a screen) for the lectures and in particular for solving examples and problems at seminars.


Word processors
Plain-TEX, LaTEX, and particular forms thereof (e.g., REVTEX) on all possible systems. Also, WordPerfect, Word for Windows, etc.


Editors
GNU-Emacs, Emacs, vi, etc. in Unix, OS/2, NT, Windows, etc. EDT and EVE in VMS, Brief, etc. in DOS, etc., etc.


Electronic communication
Interactive work in the Internet, work with WWW and FTP, work with various mail systems (Mail and Elm in Unix, Mail, Pine, and Ean in VMS, etc.) as well as with different types of modems (using SLIP, PPP, etc.). Making HTML pages.





3.    LIST OF ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS



i.    THESES



[ Th1]
Pavicic, M. (1981), A Critical Review of the Completeness of Quantum Mechanics, (in Croatian) [Kriticki osvrt na potpunost kvantne mehanike], (M. Sc. Thesis), University of Zagreb, Zagreb (1981)


[ Th2]
Pavicic, M. (1986), Algebraico-Logical Structure of the Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics, Ph. D. Dissertation (in Croatian) [Algebarsko-logicka struktura kvantno-mehanickih interpretacija], University of Belgrade, Zagreb (1986). ( Interaction-free pages)




ii.    ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS



a.    PAPERS IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS cited in Current Contents and Science Citation Index




[ IJ1]
Pavicic, M. (1986), When Do Position and Momentum Distributions Determine the Quantum Mechanical State?, Physics Letters A 118, 5-7 (1986).


[ IJ2]
Pavicic, M. (1987), Complex Gaussians and the Pauli Non-Uniqueness, Physics Letters A 122, 280-282 (1987).


[ IJ3]
Pavicic, M. (1987a), Minimal Quantum Logic with Merged Implications, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 26, 845-852 (1987).


[ IJ4]
Pavicic, M. (1989), Unified Quantum Logic, Foundations of Physics, 19, 999-1016 (1989).


[ IJ5]
Pavicic, M. (1990a), A Relative Frequency Criterion for the Repeatability of Quantum Measurements, Nuovo Cimento, 105 B, 1103-1112 (1990); Errata, Nuovo Cimento, 106 B, 105-106 (1991).


[ IJ6]
Pavicic, M. (1990b), A Theory of Deduction for Quantum Mechanics, Nuova Critica, I-II, (Nuova Serie), Quaderno 13-14, 109-129 (1990).


[ IJ7]
Pavicic, M. (1990c), Quantum Malus Law for Composite Systems as a Hidden-Variable Theory, Physical Review, D 42, 3594-3595 (1990).


[ IJ8]
Pavicic, M. (1992a), A New Axiomatization of Unified Quantum Logic, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 31, 1753-1766 (1992). Abstract


[ IJ9]
Pavicic, M. (1992b), Bibliography on Quantum Logics and Related Structures, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 31, 373-461 (1992). Abstract


[ IJ10]
Pavicic, M. (1993a), On a Formal Difference between the Individual and Statistical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, Physics Letters, A 174, 353-357 (1993). Abstract


[ IJ11]
Pavicic, M. (1993b), Probabilistic Forcing in Quantum Logic, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 32, 1965-1979(1993). Abstract


[ IJ12]
Pavicic, M. (1993c), Non-Ordered Quantum Logic and Its Yes-No Representation, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 32, 1481-1505 (1993). Abstract


[ IJ13]
Pavicic, M. (1994), Spin Correlated Interferometry for Polarized and Unpolarized Photons on a Beam Splitter, Physical Review, A 50, 3486-3491 (1994). Abstract. Also: arXiv:quant-ph/9907072


[ IJ14]
Pavicic, M. and J. Summhammer (1994), Interferometry with Two Pairs of Spin Correlated Photons, Physical Review Letters, 73, 3191-3194 (1994). Abstract. Also: arXiv:abs/1008.0078


[ IJ15]
Pavicic, M. (1995a), Preselection with Certainty of Photons in a Singlet State from a Set of Independent Photons, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 34, 1653-1665 (1995). Abstract


[ IJ16]
Pavicic, M. (1995b), Spin-Correlated Interferometry with Beam Splitters: Preselection of Spin-Correlated Photons, Journal of the Optical Society of America, B 12, 821-828 (1995). Abstract Also: arXiv:quant-ph/9908024


[ IJ17]
Pavicic, M. (1995c), Closure of the Enhancement and Detection Loopholes in the Bell Theorem by the Fourth Order Interference with Photons of Different Colours, Physics Letters, A 209, 255-260 (1995).


[ IJ18]
Paul, H. and Pavicic, M. (1996), Resonance Interaction-Free Measurement, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 35, 2085-2091 (1996). Abstract


[ IJ19]
Pavicic, M. (1996a), Resonance Energy-Exchange-Free Detection and `Welcher Weg' Experiment, Physics Letters, A 223, 241-245 (1996). Abstract. Also: arXiv:quant-ph/9907040.


[ IJ20]
Pavicic, M. (1997a), Loophole-Free Four Photon EPR Experiment, Physics Letters, A 224, 220-226 (1997). Abstract


[ IJ21]
Paul, H. and Pavicic, M. (1997a), Nonclassical Interaction-Free Detection of Objects in a Monolithic Total-Internal-Reflection Resonator, Journal of the Optical Society of America, B 14, 1275-1279 (1997). Abstract


[ IJ22]
Pavicic, M. (1997b), A Method for Reaching Detection Efficiencies Necessary for Optical Loophole-Free Bell Experiments, Optics Communications, 142, 308-314 (1997). Abstract. Also: arXiv:quant-ph/9907039.


[ IJ23]
Paul, H. and Pavicic, M. (1997b), Realistic Interaction-Free Detection of Objects in a Resonator, Foundations of Physics, 28, 959-970 (1998). Abstract. Also: arXiv:quant-ph/9906102.


[ IJ24]
Pavicic, M. and N. D. Megill (1998a), Binary Orthologic with Modus Ponens Is either Orthomodular or Distributive, Helvetica Physica Acta, 72, 610-628 (1999). Abstract


[ IJ25]
Pavicic, M. and N. D. Megill (1998b), Quantum and Classical Implication Algebras with Primitive Implications, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 37, 2091-2098 (1998). Abstract


[ IJ26]
Pavicic (1998a), Identity Rule for Classical and Quantum Theories, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 37, 2099-2103 (1998). Abstract


[ IJ27]
Pavicic, M. and N. D. Megill (1999), Non-Orthomodular Models for Both Standard Quantum Logic and Standard Classical Logic: Repercussions for Quantum Computers, Helvetica Physica Acta, 72, 189-210 (1999). Abstract. Also: arXiv:quant-ph/9906101.


[ IJ28]
Pavicic, M. (2000a), Quantum Logic for Quantum Computers, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 39, 813-825 (2000). Abstract


[ IJ29]
Pavicic, M. (2000b), Quantum Simulators and Quantum Repeaters, Fortschritte der Physik-Progress of Physics, 48, 497-503 (2000).


[ IJ30]
Megill, N. D. and M. Pavicic (2000), Equations, States, and Lattices of Infinite-Dimensional Hilbert Spaces, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 39, 2349-2391 (2000).arXiv:quant-ph/0009038.


[ IJ31]
McKay, B. D., N. D. Megill, and M. Pavicic (2000), Algorithms for Greechie Diagrams, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 39, 2393-2417 (2000). arXiv:quant-ph/0009039.


[ IJ32]
Megill, N. D. and M. Pavicic (2001), Orthomodular Lattices and a Quantum Algebra, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 40, 1387-1410 (2001). arXiv:quant-ph/0103135, Preprint ESI, 981 (2001).


[ IJ33]
Megill, N. D. and M. Pavicic (2002), Deduction, Ordering, and Operations in Quantum Logic, Foundation of Physics, 32, 357-378 (2002). arXiv:quant-ph/0108074.


[ IJ34]
Megill, N. D. and M. Pavicic (2003a), Quantum Implication Algebras, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 42, 2807-2822 (2003). arXiv:quant-ph/0310062.


[ IJ35]
Megill, N. D. and M. Pavicic (2003b), Equivalences, Identities, Symmetric Differences, and Congruences in Orthomodular Lattices, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 42, 2797-2805 (2003). arXiv:quant-ph/0310063.


[ IJ36]
Pavicic, M., J.-P. Merlet, B.D. McKay, and N.D. Megill (2005), Kochen-Specker Vectors, Journal of Physics A (Math, Gen), 38, 1577-1592 (2005). arXiv:quant-ph/0409014v2.


[ IJ37]
Pavicic, M., J.-P. Merlet, B.D. McKay, and N.D. Megill (2005), Corrections to Kochen-Specker Vectors (Vol. 38, 1577, 2005), Journal of Physics A (Math, Gen), 38, 3709 (2005), arXiv:quant-ph/0409014v2.


[ IJ38]
Pavicic, M. (2007), Nondestructive Interaction-Free Atom-Photon Controlled-NOT Gate, Physical Review A, 75, 032342-1-8 (2007),     Virtual Journal of Quantum Information, Volume 7, Issue 4,     arXiv:quant-ph/0708.2302v1


[ IJ39]
Pavicic, M. and N.D. Megill (2008), Standard Logics Are Valuation-Nonmonotonic, Journal of Logic and Computation, 18, 959-982 (2008),     arXiv:0812.2702.


[ IJ40]
Pavicic, M. (2009), Exhaustive Generation of Orthomodular Lattices with Exactly One Non-Quantum State. Reports on Mathematical Physics, 64, 417-428 (2009);     arXiv:1003.0233.


[ IJ41]
Megill, N.D. and M. Pavicic (2010), Hilbert Lattice Equations, Annales Henri Poincare, 10, 1335-1358 (2010);     arXiv:0912.1461.


[ IJ42]
Pavicic, M., N.D. Megill, and J.-P. Merlet (2010), New Kochen-Specker Sets in Four Dimensions. Physics Letters A, 374, 2122-2128 (2010);     arXiv:0910.1311.


[ IJ43]
Pavicic, M., B. McKay, N. Megill, and K. Fresl (2010), Graph Approach to Quantum Systems, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 51, 102103-1-31 (2010);     arXiv:0912.1461.


[ IJ44]
Pavicic, M., N. Megill, P. K. Aravind, and M. Waegell (2011), New class of 4-dim Kochen-Specker sets, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 52, 022104-1-9 (2011);     arXiv:1004.1433.


[ IJ45]
Waegell, M., P. K. Aravind, N. Megill, and M. Pavicic (2011), Parity Proofs of the Bell-Kochen-Specker Theorem Based on the 600-cell, Foundations of Physics, 41, 883-904 (2011);     arXiv:1010.4353.


[ IJ46]
Megill, N., K. Fresl, M. Waegell, P. K. Aravind, and M. Pavicic (2011), Probabilistic Generation of Quantum Contextual Sets. Physics Letters A, 375, 3419-3424 (2011); Supplementary Material     arXiv:1105.1840.


[ IJ47]
Pavicic, M. (2011), Entanglement and Superdense Coding with Linear Optics, International Journal of Quantum Information, 9, 1737-1744 (2011). arXiv:1104.1802


[ IJ48]
Megill, N. and M. Pavicic (2011), Kochen-Specker Sets and Generalized Orthoarguesian Equations, Annales Henri Poincare, 12, 1417-1429 (2011).     arXiv:1005.0016.


[ IJ49]
Pavicic, M. (2013), In Quantum Direct Communication an Undetectable Eavesdropper Can Always Tell Ψ from Φ Bell States in the Message Mode, Physical Review A, 87 , 042326-1-7 (2013)


[ IJ50]
Pavicic, M. (2016), Deterministic Mediated Superdense Coding with Linear Optics, Physics Letters A, 380 , 848-855 (2016). Animation of the main experiment.


[ IJ51]
Pavicic, M. (2016), Classical Logic and Quantum Logic with Multiple and Common Lattice Models, Advances in Mathematical Physics, 2016 , 6830685--1-12 (2016). Main chart of classical and quantum logic models.


[ IJ52]
Pavicic, M. (2017), Arbitrarily exhaustive hypergraph generation of 4-, 6-, 8-, 16-, and 32-dimensional quantum contextual sets, Physical Review A, 95, 0621216830685--1-25 (2017).     DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.95.062121,     Supplemental Material. Link: supplemental/10.1103/PhysRevA.95.062121.


[ IJ53]
Pavičić, M., O. Benson, A.W. Schell, and J. Wolters (2017), Mixed basis quantum key distribution with linear optics, Optics Express, 25(20), 23545-23555 (2017).     DOI: 10.1364/OE.25.023545,     ArXiv: 1709.06194.

[ IJ54]
Pavicic, M. (2017), Can Two-Way Direct Communication Protocols Be Considered Secure? , Nanoscale Research Letters, 12, 552--1-6 (2017).     DOI: 10.1186/s11671-017-2314-3,     ArXiv: 1709.09262.

[ IJ55]
Pavicic, M. and N. D. Megill (2018), Vector Generation of Quantum Contextual Sets in Even Dimensional Hilbert Spaces , Entropy, 20(12), 928 (2018).     DOI: 10.3390/e20120928,     ArXiv: 1905.01567 [quant-ph].

[ IJ56]
Pavicic, M., M. Waegell, N.D. Megill, and P.K. Aravind (2019), Automated generation of Kochen-Specker sets , Scientific Reports, 9, 6765 (2019).     Supplementary Material. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-43009-9,     ArXiv: 1905.01009 [quant-ph].




b.    INTERNATIONAL PROCEEDINGS



[ P1]
Pavicic, M. (1979), A Mapping of Wittgenstein's Tractatus into the Vienna Circle's Models, in Berghel, H., A. Hübner, and E. Köhler (eds.), Wittgenstein, the Vienna Circle, and Critical Rationalism, Reidel, Dordrecht-Holland (1979), pp. 203-206.


[ P2]
Pavicic, M. (1982), A Demarcation in the Ontology of the Naturalistic World-View, in Leinfellner, W., E. Kraemer, and J. Schank (eds.), Language and Ontology, Reidel, Dordrect-Holland (1982), pp. 354-357.


[ P3]
Pavicic, M. (1983a), The Other Way round: Quantum Logic as Metalogic, in Wiengartner, P. and J. Czermak (eds.), Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, Reidel Dordrecht (1983), pp. 402-407.


[ P4]
Pavicic, M. (1983b), The Einstein Locality without the Bell Inequality, in Weingartner, P. (ed.), Abstracts of the 7th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 4, Abstracts of Foundations and Philosophy of the Physical Sciences, J. Huttegger OHG, Salzburg (1983), pp. 161-164. (For a complete version of the paper see Ref.  NJ8.)


[ P5]
Pavicic, M. (1987), Probabilistic Semantics for Quantum Logic, in Rabinovich, V.L. (ed.), Abstracts of the 8th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 2, Section: Foundations of Physical Sciences, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow (1987), pp. 105-107.


[ P6]
Pavicic, M. (1990a), There Is a Formal Difference between the Copenhagen and the Statistical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, in Mizerski, J., A. Posiewnik, J. Pykacz, and M. Zukowski (eds.), Problems in Quantum Physics; Gdansk '89, World Scientific, Singapore - New Jersey (1990), pp. 440-452.


[ P7]
Pavicic, M. (1990b), Epistemic vs. Ontic Frequency Approach to Quantum Measurements, in Abstracts of the Symposium on the Foundations of Modern Physics 1990, University of Turku, Finland, Report Series Turku-FTL-R183, (1990), pp. 144-147. Abstract


[ P8]
Pavicic, M. (1992), In Search for New Observables, in A. van der Merwe and F. Selleri (eds.), Bell's Theorem and the Foundations of Modern Physics, World Scientific, Singapore-London (1992), pp. 371-374. Abstract


[ P9]
Pavicic, M. (1995), Preselected Sub-Poissonian Correlations, in D. Han, K. C. Peng, Y. S. Kim, and V. I. Man'ko (eds.), Fourth International Conference on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations, NASA Conference Publication 3322, U. S. A. (1996), pp. 325-330.


[ P10]
Pavicic, M. (1996a), Preselected Quantum Optical Correlations, in S. Jeffers, S. Roy, J.-P. Vigier, and G. Hunter (eds.), The Present Status of the Quantum Theory of Light, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Holland (1996), pp. 311-322. Abstract


[ P11]
Pavicic, M. (1996b), Event-Ready Entanglement Preparation, in F. De Martini, G. Denardo, and Y. Shih (eds.), Quantum Interferometry-Proceedings of the Adriatico Workshop, Trieste, March 1996, VCH Publishing Division I, Weinheim-New York-Basel-Cambridge-Tokyo (1996), pp. 193-204. Abstract. Also: http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/quant-ph/9907038.


[ P12]
Pavicic, M. (1996c), Nonmaximal Entaglement Preparation, EQEC'96-1996 European Quantum Electronics Conference, Technical Digest, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., U. S. A. (1996), p. 191.


[ P13]
Pavicic, M. (1996d), Preselected Loophole-Free Bell Experiments, Supplement to Optics & Photonics News, 7, No. 8, 181 (1996).


[ P14]
Pavicic, M. (1998), A Realistic Interaction-Free Resonator, in Prem Kumar, G.~Mauro D'Ariano and Osamu Hirota (eds.), Quantum Communication, Measurement, and Computing-Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement, and Computing, Evanston, Illinois, USA, August 22/27, 1998 , Academic/Plenum Publisers, New York, (2000); pp.  527-531. Abstract


[ P15]
Pavicic, M. (2000), Quantum Logic for Genuine Quantum Simulators, in Eric Donkor and Andrew R.  Pirich (eds.), Quantum Computing, Proceedings of SPIE Vol.  4047 (2000); pp.  90-96.


[ P16]
Pavicic, M. (2002), Quantum Computers, Discrete Space, and Entanglement, in Nagib Callaos, Yigaang He, and Jorge A. Perez-Peraza (eds.), SCI 2002, The 6th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics, July 14-18, 2002, Orlando, Florida, U. S. A., International Institute of Informatics and Systemics, Orlando (2002); Vol. XVII, pp. 65-70.



[ P17]
Pavicic, M. (2004), Kochen-Specker Algorithms for Qunits, in Stephen M. Barnett, Erika Andersson, John Jeffers, Patrik Oehberg, and Osamu Hirota (eds.), QCMC-2004, Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: The Seventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing held in Glasgow, United Kingdom, 25-29 July 2004, American Institute of Physics, Conference Proceedings Vol. 734, pp. 195-198. http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0412197.


[ P18]
Pavicic, M. (2005), Quantum Experiments without Classical Counterparts in Arndt, Markus (ed.). Quantum Physics of Nature (QUPON) Theory, Experiment & Interpretation, , May 20th - 26th 2005, 6th European QIPC Workshop, Vienna, University of Vienna, 2005. p. 97


[ P19]
Pavicic, M. (2006), Graph imaging of quantum detections; Interaction-free imaging, in Bosanac, S. D. (ed.), Imaging in Space and Time, Brijuni Conference X - NATO Advanced Research Workshop - August 28 - September 01, 2006, Abstracts (Institute Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, 2006) pp. 38, 39


[ P20]
Pavicic, M. (2007), Interaction-free ion-photon quantum gates, Eisert, J. (ed.). PAQ07 Photons, Atoms, and Qubits 2007, Royal Society, London, 2-5 September 2007, London : Imperial College, 2007. Abstracts, p. 46


[ P21]
Pavicic, M. (2010), New Results on Kochen-Specker Setups, American Physical Society March Meeting 2010, March 15-19, 2010, Portland, Oregon, 2010


[ P22]
Aravind, P.K., Waegell, M., Megill, N. D., and Pavicic, M.  (2011), Proofs of the Kochen-Specker theorem based on the 600-cell, American Physical Society March Meeting 2011 March 21-25, 2011, March Dallas, Texas, 2011


[ P23]
Megill, N. D., and Pavicic, M.  (2012), New Algorithms for Generating Arbitrary Kochen-Specker Sets, American Physical Society March Meeting 2012 February 27 - March 2 2012; Boston, Massachusetts


[ P24]
Pavicic, M.  (2012), New Near-Deterministic All-Optical Teleportation, Superdense Coding, and Cryptography Scheme, Quantum Information and Measurement (QIM) 19 March - 21 March 2012, Laser Optics Berlin, Berlin, Germany


[ P25]
Pavicic, M.  (2014), Obtaining Massive Data Sets for Contextual Experiments in Quantum Information, MIPRO 2014, The 37th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics, and Microelectronics, May 26-30, 2014, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2 vols., ISBN: 9781479956579, IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1439K-POD, pp. 332-335, INSPEC Accession Number: 14470025, DOI: 10.1109/MIPRO.2014.6859586 Recorded talk on Youtube. PPT presentation.


[ P26]
Demoli, N., Skenderovic, H., Stipcevic, M. and Pavicic, M.  (2016), Photon Counting Digital Holography, Proc. SPIE 9890, Optical Micro- and Nanometrology VI, 989003-1-6, May 3, 2016


[ P27]
Pavicic, M.  (2016), Massive Generation of Contextual Quantum Sets, (Invited Talk), EMN Meeting on Quantum Communication and Quantum Imaging-2016, August 23-26, 2016, Berlin, Germany. Program & Abstracts , Abstract of the paper pp. 28-29; PPT Presentation.


[ P28]
Megill, N.D. and Pavicic, M.  (2017), New Classes of Kochen-Specker Contextual Sets, (Invited Talk) MIPRO 2017, The 40th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics, and Microelectronics, May 22-26, 2017, Opatija, Croatia Proceedings of The 40th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics, and Microelectronics, May 22-26, 2017, ISBN: 978-953-233-093-9, Publisher: MIPRO, Croatia; Printed by: Grafik, Rijeka, Croatia (2017),    pp. 195-200,    Recorded talk on Youtube.    PPT presentation - Presented by M. Pavicic.


[ P29]
Pavicic, M.  (2017), Can Two-Way Direct Communication Protocols Be Considered Secure? (Invited Talk), EMN Meeting on Quantum, June 18-22 2017, Vienna, Austria,    Program & Abstracts,    Abstract of the paper A25: pp. 48-99;    PPT Presentation.


[ P30]
Pavicic, M. and N.D. Megill  (2019), Vector generation of contextual sets (Talk), Quantum Technology International Conference 2018 (QTech 2018), Paris, France, September 5-7, 2018, EPJ Web of Conferences, 198, 00009 (2019); DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/201919800009,     ArXiv: 1905.01784 [quant-ph].


c.    DEPARTMENT REPORTS



[ r1]
Pavicic, M. (1988a), Bibliography on Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Internal publication, University of Zagreb, Zagreb (1988).


[ r2]
Pavicic, M. (1988b), Quantum Probability Equal to Unity Does Not Necessarily Assure Predictability, Paper presented at the Mitarbeiterseminar at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany (1988).


[ r3]
Pavicic, M. (1989a), Probabilistic Semantics for Quantum Logic, Paper presented at the Mitarbeiterseminar at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany (1989).


[ r4]
Pavicic, M. (1989b), An Embedding of Quantum Logic in a Non-Brouwerian Modal System, Paper presented at the Mitarbeiterseminar at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany (1989).


[ r5]
Pavicic, M. (1993), Interference of Four Correlated Beams from Nonlocal Sources, Paper presented at the Mitarbeiterseminar at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 16-07-1993.


[ r6]
Pavicic, M., J.-P. Merlet, and N.D. Megill (2005), Exhaustive enumeration of Kochen-Specker vector systems, The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control Research Reports RR-5388,




d.    PAPERS IN NATIONAL JOURNALS



[ NJ1]
Pavicic, M. (1978a), The Logico-Philosophical Craft of Mr. Wittgenstein, (In Croatian) [Logicko-filozofska rukotvorina g. Wittgensteina], Ideje, 9, No. 1-2, 65-96 (1978).


[ NJ2]
Pavicic, M. (1978b), Separation of Logic from Thoughts and Language, and a Possible Way of Teaching Modern Logic, (in Croatian) [Razvod logike od misljenja i jezika i njena pedagogizacija], Marksisticko obrazovanje, 1, No. 2, 82-96 (1978).


[ NJ3]
Pavicic, M. (1978c), Wittgenstein, les Petits-Bourgeois, and Science, (in Croatian) [Wittgenstein, malogradjani i znanost], Theoria, 21, No. 1-2, 87-94 (1978).


[ NJ4]
Pavicic, M. (1979a), On Plotinus' System, (in Croatian) [Povodom Plotinova sistema], Ideje, 10, No. 2, 81-93 (1979).


[ NJ5]
Pavicic, M. (1979c), Notes on Contemporary Science, (in Croatian) [Biljeske o suvremenoj znanosti], Dometi, 12, No. 6, 105-118 (1979).


[ NJ6]
Pavicic, M. (1982b), A Demarcation in the Ontology of the Naturalistic World-View, (in Slovenian - a translation of Ref. 9) [Razmejitev v ontologiji naturalisticnega pogleda na svet], Anthropos, No. 3, 201-204 (1982).


[ NJ7]
Pavicic, M. (1983a), Are Quantum-Mechanical Paradoxes Really Not Paradoxes?, (in Croatian) [Da li kvantno-mehanicki paradoksi zaista nisu paradoksi?], Dometi, 16, No. 5-6, 77-90 (1983).


[ NJ8]
Pavicic, M. (1983c), The Einstein Locality without the Bell Inequality, Epistemological Letters, 35, 9-17 (1983).


[ NJ9]
Pavicic, M. (1985a), On Physical Theories as Axiomatic Systems, (in Slovenian) [O fizikalnih teorijah kot aksiomatskih sistemih], Anthropos, No. 3-4, 130-134 (1985).


[ NJ10]
Pavicic, M. (1985b), A Note on the Strict Physicalism as a Self-Contradictory Theory, (in Slovenian) [Crtica o strogem fizikalizmu kot samokontradiktornih teoriji], Anthropos, No. 3-4, 157 (1985).


[ NJ11]
Pavicic, M. (1986a), How Many Truths Are We Responsible for?, [Za koliko resnic smo odgovorni? (Translation in Slovenian)], Anthropos, No. 5-6, 325-332 (1986).


[ NJ12]
Pavicic, M. (1987), Physical Theories and Their Social and Cultural Environment, Revija za sociologiju, 17, No. 3-4, 37-54 (1987).


[ NJ13]
Pavicic, M. (1988b), The Strict Physicalism as a Self-Contradictory Theory without a Flaw, (in Slovenian) [Strogi fizikalizam kot samokontradiktorna teorija brez napake], Anthropos, No. 1-2, 51-55 & 380 (Summary in English) (1988).



e.    REVIEW PAPERS


A review paper in the field of interaction-free measurements is (partly) [ IJ23] .


A review bibliography in the field of quantum logic, orthomodular lattices, and other quantum structures is [ IJ23]


A review paper in the interpretations of interactions between the sociological environment of physicists and their theories is [ NJ12]




iii.    PROFESSIONAL PAPER



[ p1]
Pavicic, M. (1994), Max Planck, Priroda, 84, No. 806, 14-16 (1994); Max Planck (2), Priroda, 84, No. 808-809, 16 (1994).



iv.    BOOKS


[ B1]
Pavicic, M. (2005), Quantum Computation and Quantum Communication: Theory and Experiments, Springer, New York (2005)


[ B2]
Pavicic, M. (2013), Companion to Quantum Computation and Communication, Wiley-VCH, Berlin (2013)



v.    CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


[ CB1]
Pavicic, M. and Megill, N. D., Quantum Logic and Quantum Computation, in Kurt Engesser, Dov Gabbay, and Daniel Lehmann (eds.), Handbook of Quantum Logic and Quantum Structures: Quantum Structures, pp. 755-792, Elsevier, Amsterdam (2007). arXiv:abs/0812.3072

[ CB2]
Pavicic, M. and Megill, N. D., Is Quantum Logic a Logic?, in Kurt Engesser, Dov Gabbay, and Daniel Lehmann (eds.), Handbook of Quantum Logic and Quantum Structures: Quantum Logic, pp. 23-47 Elsevier, Amsterdam (2008). arXiv:abs/0812.2698



vi.    TEXTBOOKS


[ TB1]
Pavicic, M. (1980), Solved Problems in Physics (Mechanics), (in Croatian) [Zbirka rijesenih zadataka iz fizike (Mehanika)], Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb, Zagreb (1980).


[ TB2]
Pavicic, M. (1981/2), Solved Problems in Physics (Mechanics, Heat, Optics, and Electricity and Magnetism), (in Croatian) [Zbirka rijesenih zadataka iz fizike (Mehanika, toplina, optika i elektricitet i magnetizam)], Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb, Zagreb (1981, 21982).


[ TB3]
Pavicic, M. (1984), Solved Problems in Physics (Mechanics, Heat, Optics, and Electricity and Magnetism), (in Croatian) [Zbirka rijesenih zadataka iz fizike (Mehanika, toplina, optika i elektricitet i magnetizam)], Second, University edition, University of Zagreb, Zagreb (1984).



4.    EDITOR AND REFEREE



Guest editor (together with Jaroslaw Pykacz) of:

International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Numbers 9 and 10 of Volume 31 (1992).


Regular referee for the Physical Review Letters and Physical Review A since 1995 (ca. 100 reviewed manuscripts).

Ocassional referee for a number of other international journals (E.g., Optics Express, Quantum Information Processing, Physics Letters A, International Journal of Quantum Information, Journal of the Optical Society of America B, Journal of Physics A, Optics Communications, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, etc.)



5.    AWARDS AND RECOGNITION


Alexander von Humboldt   Research Awards: 1988-1990, 1993, 1995.

Fulbright   Senior Teaching/Research Award: 1999-2000.


Marquis Who'sWho in Science and Engineering, 4th Edition (1998-1999).


Marquis Who'sWho in the World, 2001.





6.    PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES


Croatian Physical Society (Zagreb, Croatia).

Physical Society of America, (College Park, Maryland, DC, U. S. A.).

Optical Society of America, (Washington, DC, U. S. A.).

Alexander von Humboldt Fellow (Bonn, Germany).

Croatian Alexander von Humboldt Club, President 2001-05 (Zagreb, Croatia).

Croatian Fulbright Club (Zagreb, Croatia).


A former member of the International Quantum Structure Association, Inc. (IQSA), its co-founder, a former member of its Nominating Committee.




7.    STAYS AT UNIVERSITIES ABROAD



Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Cologne, West Germany, September 1988 - May 1990. Host: Prof. Peter Mittelstaedt. Supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

University of Vienna, Austria, February 1992. Host for desk and facilities (libraries, communications, etc.): Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Vienna, Prof. Alfred Wehrl. Host for computer facilities: Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Dr. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Croatian Ministry of Science.

Quantum Mechanical Laboratory, Faculty of Sciences, University of Reims, France, June - July 1992. Host: Prof. M. Mugur-Schächter. Supported by the French Ministry of Science.

Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria, June 1993. Host: Dr. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Technical University of Vienna.

Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Technical University of Berlin, West Germany, July - September 1993. Host: Prof. Karl-Eberhard Hellwig. Supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria, August - September 1994. Host: Dr. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Technical University of Vienna.

Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria, May & December 1995. Host: Dr. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Technical University of Vienna.

Arbeitsgruppe Nichtklassische Strahlung der Max-Planck-Gesell-schaft an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Berlin, Germany. Host: Prof. Harry Paul. June - October 1995. Supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

Arbeitsgruppe Nichtklassische Strahlung der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Berlin, Germany. Host: Prof. Harry Paul. June 1996. Supported by the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft.

Atomic Institute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria, June & September 1997. Host: Prof. Johann Summhammer. Supported by the Technical University of Vienna.

Department of Physics, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland, U. S. A., October 1999 - June 2000. Host: Prof. Yanhua Shih. Supported by the United State Department through the Senior Fulbright Teaching/Research grant. .

Erwin Schroedinger Institute, Vienna, Austria, September, November, 2000. Supported by the Erwin Schroedinger Institute, Vienna, Austria.

ITAMP at Physics Department at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massashusetts, SAD, February, March 2010. Host: Prof. Hossein Sadeghpour.

Department of Physics-Nanooptics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, March - July 2012. Host: Prof. Oliver Benson.

Department of Physics-Nanooptics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, June - July 2014. Host: Prof. Oliver Benson.

Department of Physics-Nanooptics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, May - August 2015. Host: Prof. Oliver Benson.

Shorter, up to one week stays at the universities of Florence, Genoa, Lecce, and Rome (Italy), Gdansk and Torun (Poland), Vienna (Austria), Berlin (Germany), Toronto (Canada), Northampton, Mass. (U. S. A.), Rochester, N. Y. (U. S. A.), and Hertfordshire, Hatfield (England) connected mostly with invited lectures there (see next section). Supported by the invitors (apart from Florence and Gdansk which were supported by the Humboldt Foundation).




8.    INVITED TALKS AND SEMINARS



[IT1] University of Ljubljana, Slovenia:

        Quantum Logic and Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics, (April 5, 1982)


[IT2] University of Florence, Italy:

        Modal Semantics of Quantum Logic (May 9, 1989)


[IT3] International Conference on Scientific Models of Physical Reality, May 11-12, 1989, University of Rome II, Rome, Italy:

        A Theory of Deduction for Quantum Mechanics(May 12, 1989)


[IT4] 22nd International Symposium on Mathematical Physics, December 5-8, 1989, University of Torun, Poland:

        Kripkean Semantics for Quantum Logic (December 7, 1989)


[IT5] University of Lecce, Italy:

        Probabilistic Structures of Quantum Measurements (June 20, 1990)

        Logical Structures of Quantum Measurements (June 22, 1990)


[IT6] Quantum Logics; Gdansk '90, An International Meeting, September 14-18, 1990, Gdansk, Poland.

         A New Axiomatization of Unified Quantum Logic(September 15, 1990)


[IT7] Meeting of the Organizing Committee and the Council of the International Quantum Structures Association, September 18-21, 1991 in Bratislava, Czecho-Slovakia:

        A New Axiomatization for the Unified Quantum Logic (September 20, 1991)


[IT8] University of Genoa, Italy:

        Quantum Logic Based on a Probability Function (February 13, 1992)


[IT9] Department of Physics, University of Zagreb, Croatia:

        Quantum Logics, (May 5, 1992)


[IT10] Biannual International Quantum Structures Association Meeting, September 21-26, 1992 in Castiglioncello, Italy:

        Probabilistic Forcing in Quantum Logic(September 23, 1992)


[IT11] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Can We Measure Probability Measure in the Laboratory (March 19, 1993)


[IT12] Internationales Begegnungszentrum des Wissenscahft e. V., Berlin, Germany:

        Quantenmechanik ohne Eigenschaften, (September 22, 1993)


[IT13] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Measurement of Nonlocal Spin Correlations of Composite Systems (November 19, 1993)


[IT14] Meeting of the Organizing Committee and the Council of the International Quantum Structures Association, November 25-27, 1993 in Prague, Czech Republic:

        Notion of Spin Correlation Derived from the Interference of the Fourth Order. (November 26, 1993)


[IT15] Biannual International Quantum Structures Association Meeting, August 15-20, 1994 in Prague, Czech Republic:

        Preselection with Certainty of Spin Correlated Photons from a Set of Independent, Unpolarized, and Spin Uncorrelated Photons (August 19, 1994)


[IT16] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Preselection of Correlated Photons from a Set of Independent Photons, (September 14, 1994)


[IT17] Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Technical University of Berlin, Germany:

        Wie kann man ${1\over\sqrt{1+r^2}}(\vert\Psi_1\rangle
+r\vert\Psi_2\rangle)$ exakt messen wenn $r\ne1$ (December 21, 1994)


[IT18] Max-Planck-AG Nichtklassische Strahlung of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany:

        Exact Measuring of Equal and Unequal Superpositions by Means of Quantum Intensity Interference (December 21, 1994)


[IT19] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Only 67% Detection Efficiency Required for a Loophole-Free Bell Experiment (May 5, 1995)


[IT20] SymposiUlm on Quantum Optics, An International Symposium, July 27-28, 1995 in Ulm, Germany:

        Spin Entanglement and Intensity Correlations, (July 28, 1995)


[IT21] The Present Status of the Quantum Theory of Light, An International Conference, August 27-30, 1995, Toronto, Canada.

        Preselected Quantum Optical Correlations, (August 28, 1995)


[IT22] Department of Mathematics, Smith College, Northampton, Massaschusetts, U. S. A.:

        Spin Entanglement and Its Representation in the Hilbert Space (September 8, 1995)


[IT23] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Resonance Interaction-Free Measurement (October 31, 1995)


[IT24] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Intensity Interference of Photons of Different Colours (November 23, 1995)


[IT25] Workshop on Current Problems in Quantum Optics, December 13-15, 1995, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany:

        Non-Maximal Spin Entanglements, (December 15, 1995)


[IT26] Institute for Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, Croatia:

        Nonclassical Effects in Intensity Interferometry, (January 24, 1996)


[IT27] Quantum Interferometry II, Adriatico Workshop, March 4-8, 1996, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy:

         Event-Ready Entanglement Preparation (March 8, 1996)


[IT28] Workshop on Quantum Optics, June 13-14, 1996, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany:

         Quantum Logic, Quantum Computers, and Quantum Optics, (June 13, 1996)


[IT29] Institute for Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, Croatia:

         Quantum Computers, (December 5, 1996)


[IT30] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Resonance Interaction-Free Measurements and Indistinguishability (June 25, 1997)


[IT31] Symposium Science and Ethics, October 23-25, 1997, Croatian Humboldt Club, Zagreb, Croatia:

         Physical Theories and Their Social and Cultural Environment(October, 1997)


[IT32] AG Nichtklassische Strahlung of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany:

        Realistic Optical Interaction-Free Measurements (December 10, 1997)


[IT33] Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Technical University of Berlin, Germany:

        Quantum Algebra for Quantum Computers (December 12, 1997)


[IT34] Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:

        Quantum Logic Algoritms for Quantum Computers (December 17, 1997)


[IT35] Institute for Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria:

        New Results in Orthomodular Lattices and Implication Algebras (December 19, 1997)


[IT36] Institute for Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, Croatia:

        Quantum Teleportation, (January 14, 1999)


[IT37] Quantum Interferometry III, Adriatico Workshop, March 1-5, 1999, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy:

        Quantum Optical Repeaters and Quantum Simulators  (March 4, 1999)


[IT38] Department of Physical Sciences, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, England:

         Quantum Simulator (September 29, 1999)


[IT39] Department of Physics of the Florida International University, Miami, U. S. A.

         Optical Interaction-Free Detection of Slow Moving Quantum Systems (April 25, 2000)


[IT40] Department of Mathematics of the Florida International University, Miami, U. S. A.

         Boolean Algebra Is Not the Only Model of Classical Logic (April 28, 2000)


[IT41] Erwin Schroedinger Institute, Vienna, Austria:

         Quantum Computer Algebra (September 13, 2000)


[IT42] Institute for Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria:

         Computerized Investigation of Orthomodular Lattices (November 14, 2000)


[IT43] Institute for Formal Logic, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria:

         Classical Logic Models (November 14, 2000)


[IT44] Werner Heisenberg und die Wissenschaft, das Denken und die Kunst, An International Symposium organized by the Humboldt-Club of Romania, October 16-17, 2001, Bucharest, Romania.

         Heisenberg Uncertainty Relations and Interaction-Free Experiments (October 17, 2001)


[IT45] Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany:

         Kochen-Specker Algorithms (May 6, 2002)


[IT46] SCI 2002, The 6th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics, July 14-18, 2002, Orlando, Florida, U.~S.~A.:

         Quantum Computers, Discrete Space, and Entanglement (July 15, 2002)


[IT47] Scientific Dialogue in South-Eastern Europe on New Technologies, An International Conference on Regional Projectc in the Fields of Physics, Mathematics, and Tecnical Sciences organized by the Humboldt-Foundation, October 18-20, 2002, Zagreb, Croatia:

         Quantum Computer Logic (October 18, 2002)


[IT48] The Role of Mathematics in Physical Sciences, International Conference on Science and Culture, held in Losinj, Croatia, August 25-29, 2003:

         Constructing Quantum Reality (August 28, 2003)

[IT49]
Department of Physics, University of Milan, Milan, Italy:

         Interaction-Free Ion-Photon Gates (May 17, 2007)


[IT50] Institute for Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria:

         States on Hilbert lattices (April 22, 2008)


[IT51] Harvard University, Cambridge, Massashusetts, SAD.

         Energy-Exchange-Free Quantum Gates i (March 30, 2010)


[IT52] The Institute of Atomic and Subatomic Physics, Vienna, Austria

         A New Class of 4-Dim Kochen-Specker Sets (May 6, 2010)


[IT53] The Brijuni Conference Sustainable Sources of Energy, Brijuni, Croatia Aug 30 - Sep 2, 2010

         Computing for free (August 31, 2010)


[IT54] Department of Physics, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, USA

         Near-Deterministic Teleportation with Linear Optics without Ancillas (March 12, 2012)


[IT55] Department of Physics-Nanooptics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

         A Primer in Quantum Contextual Experiments (July 2, 2014)


[IT56] Department of Physics-Nanooptics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

         High-Efficiency Source of Heralded Down-Converted Separated Photons in Arbitrary Bell States (July 15, 2015)


[IT57] Simpozij Covjek i svjetlost, 29-30.9.2015, HAZU, Zagreb, Symposium Man and Light, Sep 29-30, 2015, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb, Croatia.

         Fotoni i kvantna kriptografija (Photons and Quantum Cryptography) (July 15, 2015)


[IT58] EMN Meeting on Quantum Communication and Quantum Imaging-2016, August 23-26, 2016, Berlin, Germany.

         Massive Generation of Contextual Quantum Sets, (August 24, 2016)


[IT59] Department of Physics-Nanooptics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

         Two-Way Deterministic Communication Is Like Sending Plain Text under Quantum Protection (October 10, 2016)


[IT60] The 40th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics, and Microelectronics; MIPRO-IEEE (May 22-26, 2017) Opatija, Croatia;

         New Classes of Kochen-Specker Contextual Sets (May 25, 2017)


[IT61] EMN Meeting on Quantum, June 18-22, 2017, Vienna, Austria.

         Can Two-Way Direct Communication Protocols Be Considered Secure? (June 20, 2017)



SEMINARS presented within Mitarbeiterseminars at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Cologne, Germany:


SEMINARS presented within Mitarbeiterseminars at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Cologne, Germany:

        Probabilistische Characterisierung korrelirter Systeme, [ r2] (November 7, 1988)

        Probabilistische Semantik[ r3] (Januar 9, 1989)

        Modal-Semantik der Quantenlogik[ r4] (June 7, 1989)

        A New Embedding of Quantum Logic, [ r4] (November 21, 1989)



[IS2] SEMINARS presented within Mitarbeiterseminars at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Technical University of Berlin, Germany:

        Interference of Four Correlated Beams from Nonlocal Sources. I. [ r5] (July 16, 1993)

        Interference of Four Correlated Beams from Nonlocal Sources. II. [ r5] (August 2, 1993)

        Interference of Four Correlated Beams from Nonlocal Sources. III. [ r5] (August 6, 1993)

        Interference of Four Correlated Beams from Nonlocal Sources. IV. [ r5] (August 9, 1993)



[IS3] SEMINARS presented within Mitarbeiterseminars at the Max-Planck-AG Nichtklassische Strahlung of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany:

        Only 67% Efficiency Required for a Loophole-Free EPR Experiment Employing the Fourth-Order Interference(July 20, 1995)

        Interference with Photons of Different Colors (October 25, 1995)


[IS4] SEMINARS presented within Quantum Optics Group at the Department of Physics of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, U. S. A.:

         Dynamics of Interaction-Free Preparation I  (December 8, 1999)

         Dynamics of Interaction-Free Preparation II  (December 15, 1999)

         Dynamics of Interaction-Free Preparation III  (December 22, 1999)




9.    PARTICIPATION AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS WITH CONTRIBUTED PAPERS



For participation at international meetings with invited papers see the previous section (INVITED TALKS AND SEMINARS).


Wittgenstein, the Vienna Circle, and Critical Rationalism, An International Symposium, August 13-19, 1978, Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria. See Ref. [ P1].


Language and Ontology, An International Symposium, August 23-30, 1981, Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria. [ P2]


Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, An International Symposium, August 22-29, 1982, Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria. [ P3]


7th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Section: Foundations and Philosophy of the Physical Sciences, July 11-16, 1983, Salzburg, Austria. [ P4, NJ8]


8th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Section: Foundations of Physical Sciences, August 17-22, 1987, Moscow, Russia. [ P5]


Problems in Quantum Physics; Gdansk '89, An International Conference, September 18-23, 1989, Gdansk, Poland. [ P6]


Bell's Theorem and the Foundations of Modern Physics, International Conference in Memory of John Bell, October 7-10, 1991, Cesena, Italy. [ P8]


European Quantum Electronics Conference, CLEO/Europe-EXEC'96, September 8-13, 1996, Hamburg, Germany. [ P12]


OSA Annual Meeting - 12th Interdisciplinary Laser Science Conference - Optics & Imaging in the Information Age, October 20-24, 1996, Rochester, NY, U. S. A. [ P13]


Fourth International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement, and Computing , August 22-27, 1998, Evanston, Illinois, U. S. A. [ P14]


Fundamental Problems in Quantum Theory Workshop, August 8-13, 1999, Baltimore, Maryland, U. S. A.


Quantum Computing III, (Conference 4047 within Signal and Image Processing Program of) SPIE's (The International Society of Optical Engineering) 14th Annual International Symposium on Aerospace/Defense Sensing, Simulation, and Controls   -   AeroSense, 24-28 April 2000, Marriot's Orlando World Center Resort and Convention Center, Orlando, Florida.


Important Problems for the XXI Century, (Brijuni Conference VII), August 28 - September 1, 2000, Brijuni, Croatia.


QCMC-2004. Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: The Seventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing, 25-29 July 2004, Glasgow, United Kingdom.


QUPON - Quantum Physics of Nature Theory, Experiment & Interpretation, May 20th - 26th 2005, 6th European QIPC Workshop, May 25th - 26th 2005 - Vienna: University of Vienna, Austria


Imaging in Space and Timei, Brijuni Conference X - NATO Advanced Research Workshop - Aug 28 - Sep 1, 2006


PAQ07 Photons, Atoms, and Qubits 2007 Royal Society, London, 2-5 September 2007, London, Imperial College, UK.


American Physical Society March Meeting 2010 Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.




10.    INVITED SCIENTISTS AND THEIR LECTURES



The following scientists were invited from the projects No. 1-03-176 (see January 1991 appointment above), No. 082006 (see October 1996 appointment above), No. 0082222 (see October 2002 appointment above), and the 2007 one, They gave lectures (with titles given in italics) at the following Zagreb institutions.


 David W. Cohen, Department of Mathematics, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, U. S. A.:


Institute for Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, Croatia:

        Relativistic States, (April 29, 1992)


University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia:

        The Quest for a Realistic Modern Physics, (April 30, 1992)


Department of Mathematics, University of Zagreb, Croatia:

        Toward a Relativistic Logic, (May 4, 1992)


 Johann Summhammer, Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Vienna, Austria:


Institute for Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, Croatia:

        Quantum Experiments with Neutrons and Ions, (May 25, 1993)


 Ole Steuernagel, Max-Planck-AG Nichtklassische Strahlung of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany:


Physics Department, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia:

        Phase Space Distribution from Three-Port Couplers, (December 10, 1996)


 Matteo G. A. Paris, Max-Planck-AG Nichtklassische Strahlung of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany and Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Pavia, Pavia, Italy:


Institute for Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, Croatia:

        Canonical Quantum Phase, (December 12, 1996)


 Barry C. Sanders, Department of Physics, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.


Institute for Physics Rudjer Boskovic, Zagreb, Croatia:

         Quantum Cryptography, (October 2, 2000)


 Ole Steuernagel, Quantum Physics Group, STRC Department of Computer Science, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK:


Mathematics Department, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia:

         Velocity Class Master Equations for Single-Lane Traffic Models, (July 22, 2004)


 Matteo G. A. Paris, Department of Physics, University of Milan, Italy:


Institute of Physics , Zagreb, Croatia:

         Quantum Optics and Quantum computation - temporarily canceled , (January 31, 2007)