Expansions of Quantum Theory towards Consciousness
Certificate Course organized by the ECR-Institute (Berlin) and hosted by the Dev Sanskriti University (Haridvar)
Target group: transdisciplinary academic audience; for example: physics, biology, biophysics, philosophy, psychology, medicine, neurosciences etc.
The subject of this certified course in English is to present and discuss current fundamental approaches for integrating consciousness and meaning into modern physics and science. It ties in with the current discussions on alternatives to the Copenhagen interpretation and expansions of quantum theory beyond the microscopic physical reality.
Special attention is payed to David Bohm´s approach to Consciousness (Paavo Pylkkänen) and the Generalized Quantum Theory of Harald Walach et al. Practical consequences of quantum physics are reflected (Jan Rak) and its ethical implications are discussed based on Weizsäcker´s quantum philosophy (Mathias Schüz). Johannes Heinrichs will provide a strong philosophical and ontological foundation for an integral science. The seminar will further provide an outlook for the importance of information fields in a transdisciplinary science (Marcus Schmieke).
At the end of the entire 12-part course, an online multiple-choice test will be made available that relates to the 12 webinar contents. The successful completion of this test is the basis for obtaining the course certificate from Dev Sanskriti University.
A forum is available for all participants to ask questions and exchange information.
Online-Seminar in 12 Webinars
Fridays: 2.00 -3.30 PM CEST
Seminar Facilitator: Marcus Schmieke
Adjunct Professor DSVV India,
ECR-Institute, Head of Scientific Research
Dr. Chinmay Pandya
Pro Vice Chancellor DSVV, Haridvar, India
Prof. Dr. Dr. Harald Walach
University of Witten-Herdecke, Department Psychology
Prof. Dr. Jan Rak
Jyvaskyla University Finland, Nuclear Physics, Cern Switzerland
Prof. Dr. Johannes Heinrichs
Professor for Philosophy and Social Ecology (ret.); ECR-Institute
Prof. Dr. Paavo Pylkkänen
University of Helsinki, Finland, Department of Philosophy
Prof. Dr. Mathias Schüz
ZHAW School of Management and Law; Professor for Responsible Leadership; PhD in philosophical consequences of modern physics
Lectures will be always from 2.00 – 3.30 pm CEST on each of these Fridays.
Dr. Chinmay Pandya: Welcoming and presentation of DSVV
Marcus Schmieke: Expansions of Quantum physics related to Consciousness – An Introduction – Copenhagen interpretation vs. quantum realism
Note: This first seminar will be from 2.00 – 3.45 pm CEST
Prof. Dr. Jan Rak: Copenhagen Interpretation; Quantum Zeno Effect and Quantum Eraser delayed Choice experiments
Prof. Dr. Johannes Heinrichs: Ontological Basis of a Science of Consciousness
Prof. Dr. Mathias Schüz: Weizsäckers interpretation of Quantum physics and Consequences for a new Depth Ethics
Prof. Dr. Paavo Pylkkänen: David Bohm Quantum Potential, active Information and the mind-body problem
Marcus Schmieke: Fundamental physics of events, time and consciousness
Marcus Schmieke: Logic and Ontology of Quantum theory and Consciousness
Prof. Dr. Dr. Harald Walach: Generalized Quantum Theory – theory and applications
Prof. Dr. Dr. Harald Walach: Generalized Quantum Theory – new experimental approaches
Prof. Dr. Paavo Pylkkänen: Consciousness and the Implicit Order
Marcus Schmieke: Information Fields, Entanglement, Coherence and Frequencies
Final Discussion with Lecturers