I am a theoretical physicist with specialization in de Broglie Bohm interpretation of the quantum theory. I received my Ph.D. in quantum physics from Portsmouth University, England in 1998, under the supervision of Chris Dewdney and now I work as a teacher for maths and physics. I focus my efforts on creating wolfram demonstrations to visualize the trajectory approach to wave mechanics. I've used frequently Mathematica since version 2.2. I would like to invite everybody, who are interested in causal interpretation of quantum mechanics to join the “trajectory project”, which consists only of one member -me.
- Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation (NLS) in the Causal Interpretation (de Broglie Bohm theory)
- Introduction to the Hirota direct method with the trajectory approach to solitons
- Introduction to the Bohm-De Broglie Theory: The Causal Interpretation of the Quantum Theory
- Nonlocality in the de Broglie-Bohm Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
- The Bohmian approach to the Hydrogen and Hydrogen-like atoms