Dr. Luca Mezincescu

Fall 2017 class: PHY 770
email: mezincescu@physics.miami.edu
voice: (305) 284 7125
Fax: (305) 284 4222
Rm 313, James L. Knight Physics Building
1320 Campo Sano Ave., Coral Gables, Fl. 33146

Symmetry in Physics and Mathematics is defined in one of the Dictionaries on the web as `` a law or operation where a physical property or process has an equivalence in two or more directions. '' Symmetry is related to the geometry of a certain configuration under study which has a regular shape. Many problems in Quantum Mechanics when formulated in a symmetric way become more tractable. Some major directions of development of Quantum Theories involve the introduction of abstract new coordinates which do not behave like numbers they are anticommuting. Recently I have been investigating generalized shapes in such superspaces as well as intricacies connected to defining corresponding quantum models for particles in such super geometries.

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