International Conference
Applied Category Theory Graph-Operad-Logic

Professor Zbigniew Oziewicz in memoriam
Conference dates: August 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th, 2021

Biographical Sketch

Professor Zbigniew Oziewicz


Professor Zbigniew Oziewicz was born on August 22, 1941 in Wilno, when this city belonged to Poland, and died in Mexico on December 8, 2020. He was the first son of the marriage of Franciszek Oziewicz, professor of mathematics, and Zofia Kwass, professor of physics, who motivated and encouraged him in his love for the physical-mathematical sciences.

His academic training began at the Jan Kasprowicz Lyceum in the city of Inowroclaw, Poland in 1959 and later, in 1964, he obtained a Master or Science degree in Physics at the University of Leningrad, now St. Petersburg, Russia, a degree obtained with honors with the defense of the thesis "Gamma - neutrino correlation in first forbidden muon capture".

At the University of Wroclaw, Poland, in 1970 he obtained the degree of Doctor in Sciences in Physics, Summa Cum Laude, with the thesis “Partial Muon Capture”, and his (post doctorate) habilitation in Physics in 1985 with the thesis "Phenomenology of Decays of Muonic Atoms", which granted him the Prize of the Academy of Sciences of Poland on June 26, 1985.

He carried out several specialized studies, some of them on the theory of elementary particles at the Joint Institute of Nuclear Research in Dubna, close to Moscow, Russia in 1969. Due to his contributions and depth of thought, he was invited to carry out scientific internships in Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, and other European countries.

His academic career began in 1965 at his alma mater, the University of Wroclaw, Poland, as an assistant professor at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, where he was promoted to full professor in the Department of Physics and Chemistry at the same university in 1990. He held this position until 2003.

His dynamism and interest in research granted him several scholarships, academic and research stays. For instance, he stayed at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna from 1967 to 1969; in the United States of America, at Gannon University (1991-1992), at the University of Texas at San Antonio (2008-2011), at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1984 and 2010; in 2014 in Vilnius, Lithuania, he served as a professor at The Vilnius Branch of Polish University, in the Department of Informatics and Mathematics. He had some other short research stays at various universities in Europe and America.

After being invited by Dr. Jaime Kéller, he arrived in Mexico in 1993 for a research stay at the School of Higher Studies Cuautitlan (FES Cuautitlán) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, where he finally decided to settle down after competing and winning the position of full-time tenured professor in the Physics Department, a position he held from 2000 until 2020, the year of his death

Physics and mathematics were the focus of his research lines: Category Theory; Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Computation, Non-commutative and Non-associative Algebraic Structures, Non-Euclidean Geometry, Topology, Knot Theory. In recent years, he focused on a Category-Theoretic approach to the Theory of Relativity, regarding it as a groupoid category. In addition, he addressed various topics in the philosophy and teaching of science; especially, mathematics.

He actively participated in several international scientific committees, among them: Advanced in Applied Clifford Algebras, published by Springer Birkhäuser; Journal of Generalized Lie Theory and Applications; Algebras, Groups and Geometries; Journal of Physical Mathematics; Academic Research at University of Arts and Sciences, Kielce, Poland.

He was member of several professional associations, such as: Center Clifford Algebras International Research Open Studies (CAIROS); Paul Sabatier University at the Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse, France; Telesio Galilei Academy of Science in Italy; The International Association for Relativistic Dynamics, USA; American Mathematical Society; International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP) in Switzerland; Mexican Mathematical Society, and Mexican Society of Physics; The International Society of Science, Culture and Arts; The Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, USA; Balkan Society of Geometers, Bucharest, Romania; the World Federation of Scientists "Ettore Majorana" in Italy and the International Scientific Council of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Zbigniew Oziewicz actively participated in the organization of conferences, lectures, courses, workshops, videoconferences, and research seminars in Mexico and other countries, the most recent events he organized were: The workshops Applied Category Theory, Graph-operad-logic; Clifford Algebras; Differential Geometric Methods; the Max Born Symposium, Sobótka Castl, Poland; as well as the International Conference "Science and Quality of Life" organized annually in Vilnius, Lithuania; the 18th Annual Conference of Natural Philosophy Alliance in The Maryland State University; the International Meeting on the Teaching of Calculus; the Third International Conference of the Institute for Mathematics, Bioinformatics, Information-Technology and Computer-Science in Kolkata, India.

The results of Professor Oziewicz's research have been published in more than a hundred scientific publications, and the recognition of his work resulted in invitations to join the editorial boards of five scientific journals, and international scientific societies. He was a guest speaker at world conferences on mathematical physics, astrophysics and General Relativity Theory. From 2010 to 2020, the most recent ones were held in Italy, Portugal, India, China, Romania, Hungary, United States of America, and Canada.

He collaborated as an editor and member of the Editorial and International Advisory Boards of the following international scientific journals: Advanced in Applied Clifford Algebras, Hadronic Journal, Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics and Academic Research, and the series Mathematics and Computer Science.
He contributed to the training of new scientists who are currently working in various universities around the world. He was supervisor of doctorate and master thesis in mathematics, computer science and physics.

In addition to his scientific and academic activities, Professor Oziewicz was a committed patriot of his country, an opposition activist in the Polish People's Republic. From 1977 he was involved in the distribution of independent publications. Two years later, he became associate editor of the independent "Lower Silesian Bulletin".

In 1982 he co-founded “The Fighting Solidarity”, an organization which, during the period of martial law, set as its main goal to regain Poland's independence. He had particular merit in boosting and extending the work of this organization, through the creation of local branches under the leadership of Dr. Korlnel Morawiecki, as well as in recruitment for the distribution of underground publications, and establishment of independence centers in several cities (including Lubin, Toruń, Rzeszów, Gdynia, Olsztyn, Inowrocław).

For his contribution to Poland's freedom, he received important recognitions; on June 15, 2007, during the 25th anniversary of theStruggle for Solidarity, Zbigniew Oziewicz received the Officer's Cross of the Order of the Polish Renaissance from President Lech Kaczyński, the second highest recognition a civilian can get in Poland and, on June 27, 2016, he received The Cross of Freedom and Solidarity awarded and presented by President Andrzej Duda.

About the International Conference




The Cuautitlán Faculty of Higher Studies of the National Autonomous University of Mexico is organizing the International Conference Applied Category Theory Graph-Operad-Logic in memory of Dr. Zbigniew Oziewicz, who was a professor at this faculty from 1993 to 2020, the year of his death.

Professor Oziewicz was an outstanding scientist, both in Mexico and in other parts of the world, whose knowledge and philosophy crossed many borders. In accordance with his broad-mindedness, the International Conference on Graph-Operad-Logic in memory of Professor Zbigniew Oziewicz (GOL2021) aims to be an open and inclusive place for presentation and discussion of scientific problems, similar to those organized by Dr. Oziewicz himself at different times and places.

The initiative to organize this GOL2021 conference is due to a group of researchers and academics from several different institutions and countries. It will be held from August 25 to 27, 2021, in virtual mode through video conference sessions on Zoom and YouTube broadcast.

The goal of GOL2021 is to pay tribute to Professor Oziewicz, who expressed a deep love for mathematics. It seeks to be a space for reflection in favor of science, as he pointed out on several occasions:


I consider that the most important attribute of science is the freedom of thought and the peaceful coexistence of diverse and contradictory theories


As can be seen on this website, the list of topics that were of enduring interest to Professor Oziewicz is detailed, among which category theory and its applications played a leading role. Those scientific fields that stand out are: the theories of relativity, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, elementary particle theory, Grassman and Clifford algebras, philosophy and science education, among others.

Professor Oziewicz organized numerous seminars, conferences, and workshops, on the subjects of these scientific fields in different countries. Among them the series of international workshops known as Theory of Applied Categories, Graph - Operad - Logic, which he organized as a professor at the Faculty of Higher Studies Cuautitlán stands out. These workshops are listed below:


List of international conferences


First International Workshop Graphs-Operads-Logic, Algebra and Computational Science

2001 - UNAM, Faculty of Higher Studies Cuautitlán. Cuautitlán Izcalli, State of Mexico


Second International Workshop Graphs-Operads-Logic, Parallel Computation, Mathematical Physics

2002 - UNAM, Faculty of Higher Studies Cuautitlán. Cuautitlán Izcalli, State of Mexico


Third International Workshop Graphs-Operads-Logic

2004 - UNAM, Faculty of Higher Studies Cuautitlán /Faculty of Higher Studies Acatlán. Oaxtepec, México


Fourth International Workshop Graphs-Operads-Logic

2005 - UNAM, Faculty of Higher Studies Cuautitlán. Cuautitlán Izcalli, State of Mexico


Fifth International Workshop Applied Category Theory Graph-Operad-Logic

2006 - National Polytechnic Institute, IPN-CINVESTAV. Mérida, Yucatán, México


Sixth International Workshop Applied Category Theory Graph-Operad-Logic

2007 - UNAM, Faculty of Higher Studies Cuautitlán. Ixtapa, Zihuatanejo, México


Seventh International Workshop Applied Category Theory Graph-Operad-Logic

2009 - Autonomous University of Zacatecas. Zacatecas, México


Eighth International Workshop Applied Category Theory Graph-Operad-Logic

2010 - Autonomous University of Nayarit. Nayarit, México


Ninth International Workshop Applied Category Theory Graph-Operad-Logic

The University of Texas at San Antonio. Estados Unidos


Topics




Category Theory and its Applications

Categorical Logic

Topos

Philosophy of Category Theory

Natural Philosophy (Process, Duality)

Philosophy of Science

Metaphysics (Relativity, Quantum Mechanics)

Graphical Calculus

Low Dimensional Topology

Knots

Graßmann Algebra

Clifford Algebra

Frobenius Algebra

Non-Associative Algebra

Non-Conmutative Algebra

Geometry

Differential Geometry




Non-Euclidean Geometry

Quantum Field Theory

Groupoid Category

Quantum Field Theory

Spinors

Gravity

Cosmology

Special Relativity (Velocity of Light)

Electromagnetism

Theory of Light

Thermodynamics

Statistical Mechanics

Mathematical Physics

Computational Complexity

Computability

Quantum Computing

Teaching of Mathematics

International Conference location


Virtual Conference by Zoom videoconference and YouTube broadcast


Dates and deadlines


Start date: August 24th, 2021

End date: August 27th, 2021

Abstract registration deadline: May 29th, 2021





Modalities for participation



The conference program includes keynote and contributed lectures, as well as poster session.

Those interested in participating must register on the Easychair platform

For this international conference, three modalities for participation have been determined:


Conference speaker
Poster presentation
Assistant





Submission Deadlines:


Please, remember the following important dates:

Abstract Submission Deadline: May 29th, 2021

Final Paper Submission Deadline: July 30th, 2021

Opinion period: From July 5th to 29th, 2021.

Publication of acceptance results: July 30th, 2021.





Register and submission



Notice:


In consideration of the interest and suggestions made by various researchers and academics, we are pleased to announce that the International Graph-Operad-Logic Congress In memory of Professor Zbigniew Oziewicz will be held from August 24th to 27th, 2021.
Also inform that we have had a very enthusiastic response and interest from colleagues and friends of Professor Oziewicz to participate in GOL2021, to date we have 55 registered abstracts to participate as speakers.
Derived from the above and in consideration of the philosophy of inclusion and openness that characterized Professor Oziewicz, we have decided to relax the conditions for participation in this congress.
We reiterate our desire to have pre-prints in PDF, but this is no longer an indispensable condition of participation, the option remains open for those who prefer, can send their full version before July 30, 2021, through Easychair https://easychair.org/cfp/GOL2021 a document that will be made available to participants through this website.



Enter and register the work through the following link:



Important:
The Period to register works has been concluded.



The submission of articles is done through the platform.

View or download the Conference poster

Participation languages



Speakers can register their presentation in the following languages:



Spanish

English






Templates


Shipping of articles in bulk



Full papers:

Preferred length is 5,000 words, Your paper must contain an abstract with no more than 350 words and between 3 to 5 Keywords. Your paper must be submited in pdf format using a standard LaTeX article class or in you prefer to follow a template, please use the Springer template in:

ftp://ftp.springernature.com/cs-proceeding/svproc/templates/ProcSci_TeX.zip

or the Word template:

ftp://ftp.springernature.com/cs-proceeding/llncs/word/splnproc1703.zip


If you choose to participate in the poster mode, you can download the following files:

Power Point Contribution Template

Latex Contribution Template

Poster examples:

Example 1

Example 2

Example 3

These templates are only intended to be a guide for the preparation and participation with a poster, their use is not mandatory, so it is important to mention that the presentation can be both horizontal and vertical design and must be sent in PDF format.

Event registration



This international conference will be held virtually through Zoom and YouTube broadcast you can register at the following link:


Register to enter the event through the zoom platform:
https://unam.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__zucklvfRZWGO1NSqda-Sw

The transmission of the event for the general public will be made through YouTube and can be entered from the following link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEbN1I-i5eE




Event schedule

(Program subject to change, last update 2021-07-29)

(GMT-5) Mexico City time, México

Book of abstracts


Tuesday
August 24th


Main theme
Influence and Inspiration, Zbigniew Oziewicz in Mexico

(9:00 – 9:30)

Mtro. Jorge Alfredo Cuéllar Ordaz, Director FESC, UNAM
Opening

(9:30 – 10:30)

Larissa Sbitneva
Remembering 25 Years of Activities With Professor Zbigniew Oziewicz in Mexico

(10:30 – 11:00)

Jesús Cruz Guzmán
Zbigniew Oziewicz: A Journey Through Fundamental Problems in Physics

(11:00 – 11:30)

Hilda María Colín-García, Larissa Sbitneva and Zbigniew Oziewicz
Benefits of Using the Virtual Classroom for the Training Process of Students to Promote their Interest in Science and Research

(11:30 – 12:00)

COFFEE BREAK


Main theme
Category Theory, Graphs, Logic

(12:00 – 13:00)

Louis H. Kauffman
Calculus and Non-Commutative Worlds


(13:00 – 13:30)

Carlos César Jiménez
A Philosophical Honing of Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP)

(13:30 – 14:00)

Miguel Pérez-Gaspar and Everardo Bárcenas
Sobre Independencia Axiomática de una Lógica tres-valuada

(14:00 – 14:30)

Fernando R. Velázquez Quesada
Multigraphs of Multigraphs: Modeling Hierarchical Structures and Scale-Change

(14:30 – 15:00)

Peter Rowlands
Mathematics and Physical Meaning in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

(15:00 – 15:30)

Alberto Fragio
Zbigniew Oziewicz, Karl Popper y el Mito del Marco

(15:30 – 16:00)

LUNCH / Projection of cultural activities


Main theme
Theory of Relativity

(16:00 – 17:00)

Bill Page
Concepts of Relative Acceleration

(17:00 – 17:30)

Robert Yamaleev
Evolution Equations of Relativistic Dynamics along Geodesic Lines of Hyperbolic and Elliptic Spaces

(17:30 – 18:00)

Grzegorz M. Koczan
Relative Binary, Ternary and Pseudo-binary 4D Velocities in the Special Relativity: Part I. Covariant Lorentz transformation

(18:00 – 18:30)

Mariana Espinosa-Aldama
The Space-Time Theories Exploratorium

(18:30 – 19:00)

Romuald Brazis
Classical Relativity and Quantum Relativity versus Special Relativity

Wednesday
August 25th


Main theme
Noncommutative Geometry,Differential Calculus

(9:00 – 10:00)

Andrzej Borowiec
Noncommutative Differential Calculus - 25 Years Later

(10:00 – 10:30)

Dalia Cervantes, Hilda María Colín and Jesús Cruz
Some Aspects of Zbigniew Oziewicz's Interpretation of Classical Thermodynamics

(10:30 – 11:00)

Victor Abramov
Non-commutative Differential Calculus and its Applications

(11:00 – 11:30)

Jacob Mostovoy
Leibniz Algebras and Differential Graded Lie Algebras

(11:30 – 12:00)

COFFEE BREAK


Main theme
Abstract Algebra, Non-commutative Calculus

(12:00 – 12:30)

Gouwu Meng
Kepler problem and Jordan Algebra

(12:30 – 13:00)

Liudmila Sabinina
Recent Results on the Theory of Binary Lie Algebras

(13:00 – 13:30)

Tapatee Sahoo, Harikrishnan Panackal, Babushri Srinivas Kedukodi and Syam Prasad Kuncham
On the Relative Finite Dimension in Modules over Rings

(13:30 – 14:00)

Harikrishnan Panackal
A Review on the Recent Developments in Probabilistic Normed Spaces

(14:00 – 14:30)

Guadalupe Rafael Molina Rincón
On the Leavitt Path Algebras of a Class of Random Graphs

(14:30 – 15:00)

Fernando Izaurieta
Usando ondas gravitacionales para explorar la presencia astrofísica

(15:00 – 15:30)

Jerzy Kocik
The algebraic loop of relativistic velocities refined

(15:30 – 16:00)

LUNCH / Projection of cultural activities


Main theme
Homology, Dualities, Manifolds

(16:00 – 17:00)

Józef Przytycki
Skein Modules and Algebras of Links in 3-Manifolds


(17:00 – 17:30)

Giovanni P. Gregori
Golden Ratio, Variational Principles, Cyclic and Wave Phenomena, Quanta

(17:30 – 18:00)

Juan Antonio Pérez
Some Categories of Alexandroff Spaces

(18:00 – 18:30)

Adrián Vázquez-Márquez
Parametric Hopf Adjunctions

(18:30 – 19:00)

Enrique Bojorquez
Points: Classical Perspectives and Quantum Refraction

Thursday
August 26th


Main theme
Lie Group Symmetry, Quantum Group Symmetry

(9:00 – 10:00)

Hanna Makaruk
SU(n) and Quantum SU(n) Symmetries in Physical Systems

(10:00 – 10:30)

Danail Brezov
The Order of Finite Generation of SO(3) and Optimization of Rotation Sequences

(10:30 – 11:00)

Varsha, S Aishwarya, Syam Prasad Kuncham and Babushri Srinivas Kedukodi
Path Norms on a Matrix

(11:00 – 11:30)

Syam Prasad Kuncham, Tapatee Sahoo, Babushri Srinivas Kedukodi and Harikrishnan Panackal
On Absorbing Ideals of N-Groups

(11:30 – 12:00)

COFFEE BREAK


Main theme
Clifford Algebra, Spheroidal Quaternions

(12:00 – 13:00)

Garret Sobczyk
Spheroidal Quaternions

(13:00 – 13:30)

Eckhard Hitzer
Special Affine Quaternion Domain Fourier Transform

(13:30 – 14:00)

Juan Bory-Reyes and Marco Antonio Pérez-de la Rosa
Solutions of Inhomogeneous Generalized Moisil-Teodorescu Systems in Euclidean Space

(14:00 – 14:30)

Carlos Efraín Quintero Narvaez and Dalia Cervantes Cabrera
Clifford Algebras in Quantum Computing

(14:30 – 15:00)

Pablo Enrique Moreira Galván
Complete System of Solutions for Some Maxwell’s Equations

(15:00 – 15:30)

Arkadiusz Jadczyk
From Grassmann to Clifford

(15:30 – 16:00)

LUNCH / Projection of cultural activities


Main theme
Topological Quantum Field Theories

(16:00 – 17:00)

Robert Owczarek
Vortices, Knots, Chebyshev Polynomials, Frobenius Algebras, Topological Quantum Field Theories

(17:00 – 17:30)

Valeriy Dvoeglazov
Negative-Energy 4-Spinors and Masses in the Dirac Equation

(17:30 – 18:00)

Gustavo Amilcar Saldaña
Yang-Mills Theory in Non-commutative Geometry

(18:00 – 18:30)

Miguel Socolovsky
Feynman Propagator for Closed Timelike Curves in the Kerr Metric

(18:30 – 19:00)

Micho Durdevich

Friday
August 27th


Main theme
Quantum Mechanics, Leptones, Quarks, Fundamental Interactions

(9:00 – 10:00)

Ruggero Maria Santilli
Possible Application to Quantum Computers of The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Argument that "Quantum Mechanics Is Not A Complete Theory"

(10:00 – 10:30)

Michael Heather and Nick Rossiter
Particle Physics Viewed from Category Theory

(10:30 – 11:00)

Ricardo Gaitán Lozano
El Modelo Estándar de la Física de Partículas

(11:00 – 11:30)

Silverio Joel Sánchez Pérez
Dimensiones Paralelas

(11:30 – 12:00)

COFFEE BREAK


Main theme
Computability, Models of Computation

(12:00 – 13:00)

Guillermo Morales-Luna
Superdense Coding and Multiparty Communication Protocols Using Quantum Systems of Several Levels

(13:00 – 13:30)

Valentina Harizanov
Approximately Computable Structures

(13:30 – 14:00)

Francisco Hernández Quiroz
Striking a Balance Between Cumulative Knowledge and Speed of Proofs in Classical Propositional Calculus

(14:00 – 14:30)

Lourdes del Carmen González Huesca
Back to Basics: (Co)Inductive types and (Co)Recursion Principles

(14:30 – 15:00)

David Spivak
Dynamic Rewiring as Learning

(15:00 – 15:30)

Francisco N. Martínez-Aviña
Modeling Paraconsistent Theories of Computation in Toposes

(15:30 – 16:00)

LUNCH / Projection of cultural activities


Main theme
Quantum Lie Operations, Geometric Algebra

(16:00 – 17:00)

Vladislav Khartchenko
Quantum Lie Operations as Q-Operad

(17:00 – 17:30)

Perla C. Lucio-Peña
Quantum Hyperbolic Planes

(17:30 – 18:00)

David Antonio Pérez Carlos, Augusto Espinoza Garrido, Alejandro Gutiérrez Rodríguez and Zbigniew Oziewicz
Weak Gravitational Fields in the Geometric Algebra Approach

(18:00 – 19:00)

Closing Session
Open Discussion


Download program in PDF format

Videographic memory of the event
August 24th, 2021




Main theme:
Influence and Inspiration, Zbigniew Oziewicz in Mexico


Mtro. Jorge Alfredo Cuéllar Ordaz, Director FESC, UNAM
Opening



Larissa Sbitneva
Remembering 25 Years of Activities With Professor Zbigniew Oziewicz in Mexico



Jesús Cruz Guzmán
Zbigniew Oziewicz: A Journey Through Fundamental Problems in Physics



Hilda María Colín-García, Larissa Sbitneva and Zbigniew Oziewicz
Benefits of Using the Virtual Classroom for the Training Process of Students to Promote their Interest in Science and Research



Main theme:
Category Theory, Graphs, Logic


Louis H. Kauffman
Calculus and Non-Commutative Worlds



Carlos César Jiménez
A Philosophical Honing of Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP)



Miguel Pérez-Gaspar and Everardo Bárcenas
Sobre Independencia Axiomática de una Lógica tres-valuada



Fernando R. Velázquez Quesada
Multigraphs of Multigraphs: Modeling Hierarchical Structures and Scale-Change



Peter Rowlands
Mathematics and Physical Meaning in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics



Alberto Fragio
Zbigniew Oziewicz, Karl Popper y el Mito del Marco



Main theme:
Theory of Relativity


Bill Page
Concepts of Relative Acceleration



Grzegorz M. Koczan
Relative Binary, Ternary and Pseudo-binary 4D Velocities in the Special Relativity: Part I. Covariant Lorentz transformation



Mariana Espinosa-Aldama
The Space-Time Theories Exploratorium



Romuald Brazis
Classical Relativity and Quantum Relativity versus Special Relativity





Videographic memory of the event
August 25th, 2021




Main theme:
Noncommutative Geometry, Differential Calculus


Andrzej Borowiec
Noncommutative Differential Calculus - 25 Years Later



Dalia Cervantes, Hilda María Colín and Jesús Cruz
Some Aspects of Zbigniew Oziewicz's Interpretation of Classical Thermodynamics



Victor Abramov
Non-commutative Differential Calculus and its Applications



Jacob Mostovoy
Leibniz Algebras and Differential Graded Lie Algebras



Main theme:
Abstract Algebra, Non-commutative Calculus


Gouwu Meng
Kepler problem and Jordan Algebra



Liudmila Sabinina
Recent Results on the Theory of Binary Lie Algebras



Tapatee Sahoo, Harikrishnan Panackal, Babushri Srinivas Kedukodi and Syam Prasad Kuncham
On the Relative Finite Dimension in Modules over Rings



Harikrishnan Panackal
A Review on the Recent Developments in Probabilistic Normed Spaces



Guadalupe Rafael Molina Rincón
On the Leavitt Path Algebras of a Class of Random Graphs



Fernando Izaurieta
Usando ondas gravitacionales para explorar la presencia astrofísica



Jerzy Kocik
The algebraic loop of relativistic velocities refined



Main theme:
Homology, Dualities, Manifolds


Józef Przytycki
Skein Modules and Algebras of Links in 3-Manifolds



Giovanni P. Gregori
Golden Ratio, Variational Principles, Cyclic and Wave Phenomena, Quanta



Juan Antonio Pérez
Some Categories of Alexandroff Spaces



Adrián Vázquez-Márquez
Parametric Hopf Adjunctions



Enrique Bojorquez
Points: Classical Perspectives and Quantum Refraction






Videographic memory of the event
August 26th, 2021




Main theme:
Lie Group Symmetry, Quantum Group Symmetry


Hanna Makaruk
SU(n) and Quantum SU(n) Symmetries in Physical Systems



Danail Brezov
The Order of Finite Generation of SO(3) and Optimization of Rotation Sequences



Varsha, S Aishwarya, Syam Prasad Kuncham and Babushri Srinivas Kedukodi
Path Norms on a Matrix



Syam Prasad Kuncham, Tapatee Sahoo, Babushri Srinivas Kedukodi and Harikrishnan Panackal
On Absorbing Ideals of N-Groups



Main theme:
Clifford Algebra, Spheroidal Quaternions


Garret Sobczyk
Spheroidal Quaternions



Eckhard Hitzer
Special Affine Quaternion Domain Fourier Transform



Juan Bory-Reyes and Marco Antonio Pérez-de la Rosa
Solutions of Inhomogeneous Generalized Moisil-Teodorescu Systems in Euclidean Space



Pablo Enrique Moreira Galván
Complete System of Solutions for Some Maxwell’s Equations



Carlos Efraín Quintero Narvaez and Dalia Cervantes Cabrera
Clifford Algebras in Quantum Computing



Main theme:
Topological Quantum Field Theories


Robert Owczarek
Vortices, Knots, Chebyshev Polynomials, Frobenius Algebras, Topological Quantum Field Theories



Valeriy Dvoeglazov
Negative-Energy 4-Spinors and Masses in the Dirac Equation



Gustavo Amilcar Saldaña
Yang-Mills Theory in Non-commutative Geometry



Miguel Socolovsky
Feynman Propagator for Closed Timelike Curves in the Kerr Metric





Videographic memory of the event
August 27th, 2021




Main theme:
Quantum Mechanics, Leptones, Quarks, Fundamental Interactions


Ruggero Maria Santilli
Possible Application to Quantum Computers of The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Argument that "Quantum Mechanics Is Not A Complete Theory"



Michael Heather and Nick Rossiter
Particle Physics Viewed from Category Theory



Ricardo Gaitán Lozano
El Modelo Estándar de la Física de Partículas



Silverio Joel Sánchez Pérez
Dimensiones Paralelas



Main theme:
Computability, Models of Computation


Guillermo Morales-Luna
Superdense Coding and Multiparty Communication Protocols Using Quantum Systems of Several Levels



Valentina Harizanov
Approximately Computable Structures



Francisco Hernández Quiroz
Striking a Balance Between Cumulative Knowledge and Speed of Proofs in Classical Propositional Calculus



Lourdes del Carmen González Huesca
Back to Basics: (Co)Inductive types and (Co)Recursion Principles



David Spivak
Dynamic Rewiring as Learning



Francisco N. Martínez-Aviña
Modeling Paraconsistent Theories of Computation in Toposes



Main theme:
Quantum Lie Operations, Geometric Algebra


Vladislav Khartchenko
Quantum Lie Operations as Q-Operad



David Antonio Pérez Carlos, Augusto Espinoza Garrido, Alejandro Gutiérrez Rodríguez and Zbigniew Oziewicz
Weak Gravitational Fields in the Geometric Algebra Approach



Closing of the event





Keynote speakers


Andrzej Borowiec

Poland, University of Wroclaw

Ruggero Santilli

Italy / EU, Foundation Santilli

José Gabriel Vargas

Spain / EU

Hanna Makaruk

United States, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Bill Page

Canada, Newsynthesis

Robert Owczarek

United States, University of New Mexico

Micho Durdevich

Serbia / Mexico, UNAM, Institute of Mathematics

Józef Przytycki

Poland / EU, George Washington University

Vladislav Khartchenko

Rusia / México, UNAM - Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Garret Sobczyk

EU / Mexico, University of the Americas Puebla

Larissa Sbitneva

Rusia / Mexico, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos

Louis H. Kauffman

EU, University of Illinois at Chicago

Guillermo Morales-Luna

México, CINVESTAV-IPN

committee

Organizing committee



Jesús Cruz Guzmán
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Hilda María Colín García
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Alma Elisa Delgado Coellar
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Angélica Espinoza Godínez
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Bill Page
Newsynthesis

Carlos César Jiménez
UNAM - Postgraduate in Philosophy of Science

Dalia Cervantes Cabrera
UNAM - Sciences Faculty

Elizabeth Rivas

Gilberto Amaya
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

José Luis Garza Rivera
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Juan Espinosa Rodríguez
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Leonel Pineda
ATFX Partners

Micho Durdevich
UNAM - Institute of Mathematics

Moisés Hernández Duarte
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

International Scientific Committee



Andrzej Borowiec
University of Wroclaw

Louis H. Kauffman
University of Illinois at Chicago

Jerzy Kocik
Southern Illinois University

Hanna Makaruk
Los Alamos National laboratory

Robert Owczarek
University of New Mexico

Bill Page
Newsynthesis

Józef Przytycki
George Washington University

Ruggero Santilli
Foundation Santilli

José Gabriel Vargas

Scientific Committee



Gilberto Atilano Amaya Ventura
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Dalia Berenice Cervantes Cabrera
UNAM - Sciences Faculty

Hilda María Colín García
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Jesús Cruz Guzmán
UNAM, Cuautitlan Faculty of Higher Studies

Micho Durdevich
UNAM - Institute of Mathematics

Carlos César Jiménez
UNAM - Graduate Program in Philosophy of Science

Vladislav Khartchenko
UNAM - Graduate Program in Computer Science and Engineering

Guillermo Morales-Luna
CINVESTAV - México

Larissa Sbitneva
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos

Garret Sobczyk
University of the Americas Puebla

Contact

Facultad de Estudios Superiores Cuautitlán - UNAM, Carretera Cuautitlán Teoloyucan Km 2.5, CP 54714, San Sebastian Xhala, Cuautitlán Izcalli, Estado de México, México.

email: gol2021workshop@cuautitlan.unam.mx