San Marino Workshop on Astrophysics and Cosmology for Matter and Antimatter

September 5 to 9, 2011

Workshop Aims for the astrophysics of matter and antimatter

Workshop main results for matter

Workshop main results for antimatter

Inauguration Ceremony

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Prof. R. M. Santilli reception of the
Gran Cross of the Sant’Agata Order

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(see the main page of the workshop web site for complete listing)

Lecture 1: An Introduction to Santilli’s
Lie-isotopic and Lie-admissible mathematics

Prof. Sergei Silvestrov, Sweden

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Lecture 2: Experimental Verifications of the Universal
Lorentz-Poincare’-Santilli (LPS) Isosymmetry
for Arbitrary Causal Speeds

Prof. R. M. Santilli, U.S.A.

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Lecture 3: Experimental Confirmation of Santilli IsoRedShift and IsoBlueShift
(Verifying the LPS Isosymmetry for Subluminal Speeds
Eng. G. West and G. Amato, U.S.A.

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Lecture 4: Experimental Confirmation of Superluminal Communications
(Verifying the LPS Isosymmetry for Superluminal Speeds)

Prof. G. Nimtz, Germany

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Lecture 5: Experimental detection of superluminal speeds in rotating systems
(verification of the LPS isosymmetry for superluminal speeds)

Prof. A. L. Kholmetskii, Belorussia

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Lecture 6: Absence of Universe Expansion, Acceleration of the
Expansion, Big Bang, Dark Matter and Dark Energy
from the Experimental Confirmation of IsoRedShift

Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli, U.S.A.

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Lecture 7: Possible Experiments to Test Einsteins Special Relativity Theory
Prof. Victor-Otto de Haan, The Netherlands

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Lecture 8: A Quantitative Model for Rotation of Spiral Galaxies without Dark Matter
Prof. Mario Everaldo de Souza, Brazil

Lecture 9: Experimental Confirmation of Santilli IsoRedShift
in Rotating Frames

Prof. A. L. Kholmetskii, Belorussia

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Lecture 10: Can Santilli Gravitational Anisotropy Be Detected Via Pendulum Experiments?
Prof. Rene´ Verreault, Canada

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Lecture 11: The Isodual Theory of Antimatter and its Prediction of Antigravity
Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli, U.S.A.

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Lecture 12: Proposal for the realization of Santilli’s comparative test
on the gravity of electrons and positrons via a
horizontal supercooled vacuum tube

Prof. Victor O. de Haan, The Netherlands

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Lecture 13: The Mystery of Detecting Antimatter Asteroids, Stars and Galaxies
Prof. R. M. Santilli, U.S.A.

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Lecture 14: Review of Cern experiments on the anti-hydrogen
production and the measure of antimatter gravity acceleration

Dr. Michele Sacerdoti, Italy

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Lecture 15: Anti-Antimatter
Prof. Leong Ying, U.S.A.

Lecture 16: The Cosmological Implications of Nonlocal Gravity
Prof. Peter Rowlands, England

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Lecture 17: Some Ontological Aspects of Physics for Matter and Anti-matter
Prof. Stein Johansen, Norway

Lecture 18: Experimental Detection of Gravitational Anisotropy via the
3-D Pendulum

Prof. Rene Verreault, Canada

Lecture 19: Black holes are not black bodies: a correction on
Hawking’s evaporation theory

Prof. Christian Corda, Italy.

Lecture 20: Exact Classification of Particles via Lie’s Root Diagrams,
(rather than SU(3) Lie Algebras)

Prof. Erik Trell, Sweden

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Lecture 21: Mie’s Longitudinal Field Lines and Superluminal Signals
Prof. Peter Enders, Germany

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Lecture 22: The Purely Geometric Part of Dark Matter. A Fresh Playground
for String Theory

Prof. Hagen Kleinert, Germany

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Lecture 23: The role of dark radiation and dark pressure on compact stellar structures
Prof. Jorge Ovalle, Venezuela

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Lecture 24: Finite Theory of the Universe, Dark Matter Disproof
and Faster-Than-Light Speed

Prof. Phil Bouchard, Canada

Lecture 25: Tube Dislocations in Gravity
Prof. Katanaev Mikhail. Russia

Lecture 26: The doubling theory and the speed of light
Prof. Jean-Pierre Garnier Malet, France

Lecture 27: Dynamic Multiple Scattering Theory, Wolf Effect
and Discordant Redshift

Prof. Sisir Roy, India

Lecture 28: Detection of extra energy shift between emission and absorption
lines in Mossbauer experiments in rotating systems

Prof. Alexander L Kholmetskii, Belarussia

Lecture 29: Propagation of cosmic antiparticles in an anisotropic magnetized
plasma: cosmic maser radiation and polarization effects

Prof. S. S. Moskaliuk, Ukraine

Lecture 30: Two Mathematically Equivalent Versions of Maxwells Equations
Prof. Tepper L. Gill, U.S.A.

Lecture 31: A New Perspective on Relativity: An Odyssey in Non-Euclidean Geometry
Prof. Bernard Lavenda, Italy

Lecture 32: Cosmological models based on the Kerr-Schild
Gravity and analogues with Microworld

Prof. Alexander Burinskii, Russia

Lecture 33: The metric theory of material elds and the
motion of mathematical points in
N-dimensional space

Prof. Alexander D. Dymnikov and Gary A. Glass, U.S.A.

Lecture 34: Classical mechanics and statistical description of
results of measurement

Prof. Lubomir Skala, Czech republic

Lecture 35: Mandala and Cosmology
Prof. T. Bhadra Man, Nepal

Lecture 36: Detailing Coherent, Minimum Uncertainty States of
Gravitons, as Semi Classical Components of Gravity Waves,
and How Squeezed States Affect Upper Limits to Graviton Mass /
Implications for a Graviton version of the EPR experiment?

Prof. Andrew Beckwith, U.S.A.

Lecture 37: Scattering Origin of Quasars redshift
Prof. Jayant Vishnu Narlikar, India

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