Jan Walleczek (Phenoscience Laboratories, Berlin) is a guest editor of a Special Issue of Entropy, together with Gerhard Grössing (AINS, Vienna), Paavo Pylkkänen (University of Helsinki, Helsinki), and Basil Hiley (University College, London).
The title of the Special Issue is Emergent Quantum Mechanics – David Bohm Centennial Perspectives. The collection of 32 special-issue contributions is available as a printed book in April 2019.
The EmQM17–David Bohm Centennial Symposium at the University of London, October 26-28, 2017 (EmQM17), was co-organized by Phenoscience Laboratories. „Towards Ontology of Quantum Mechanics and the Conscious Agent“ was the title of the 2017 edition of the EmQM symposium series. Go to www.emqm17.org for the speakers and the scientific program. Videos of all speaker presentations are also available on the EmQM17 website.
Visit #EmQM17 for photos and live commentary during the symposium concerning selected speaker contributions and important symposium announcements.
A new publication from Phenoscience Laboratories is: Walleczek, J. (2019) Agent Inaccessibility as a Fundamental Principle in Quantum Mechanics: Objective Unpredictability and Formal Uncomputability. Entropy 21, 4. Open-access download.
A publication from Phenoscience Laboratories that continues to receive many downloads is: Walleczek, J. and Grössing, G. (2016) Nonlocal Quantum Information Transfer Without Superluminal Signalling and Communication. Found. Phys. 46, 1208–1228. Open-access download.