## ISSN 1729-5254## Majorana
Prize
"There are many categories of
scientists, people of second and third rank, who do their best, but do not go
very far. There are also people of first-class rank, who make great
discoveries, fundamental to the development of science. But then there are
the geniuses, like Galileo and
## Electronic
Journal of Theoretical Physics aims to promote a style in theoretical physics
able to join together the most advanced researches in different areas with a
critical approach to very foundational questions.
## On the occasion
of the Majorana Centenary in 2006 and the editing
of the Special Issue about his Legacy in Contemporary Physics, the Electronic
Journal of Theoretical Physics has established a prize in memory of the great
Sicilian physicist Ettore Majorana
(1906 - 1938), universally known for Quantum-Relativistic Equation for any Spin
and Neutrino Mass Theory.
## The "Majorana Medal" is an annual prize of excellence for
the researchers who showed peculiar creativity, critical sense and
mathematical rigour in theoretical physics - in its
broadest sense.
## The Majorana Prize committee announces the names of the
laureates in January. The prize is then formally awarded on March 27, the
anniversary of Ettore Majorana
disappearance.
## The prize awarded
by the Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics (EJTP) consists of a medal
and an award certificate administrated by the Electronic Journal of Theoretical
Physics (EJTP) copyright and intellectual property.
## The
prize will be awarded to three different categories:
## 1- The
Best Person in Physics.
## 2- The
Best Special Issue Paper.
## 3- The
Best Paper.
## The first
category is a tribute EJTP pays to an outstanding personality in Physics. The
second and third categories are directly related to EJTP editorial activity.
For his fundamental contributions in: Extended
Relativity, in particular on the Theory of Tachyonic
Objects and the role of iper-c velocity in Field
Theory; Strong Gravity and Semiclassical Models of
Particle Structure; Analysis of the Tunneling Processes at Imaginary Time. For his constant and critical attention
towards Physics Foundations and its History, as it is shown by his excellent
and fundamental work on Ettore Majorana
life and science.
For his fundamental contributions in: Quantum Field Theory and particle Physics,
in particular on Tachyons; Formalism of Dynamic Maps in Open Quantum Systems;
Sudarshan-Glauber Representation in Quantum Optics. For his epistemological work on Indian Phylosophy and Modern Physics connections.
"Anticoherent " Spin
States via the Majorana Representation. For his elegant geometric
representation on non-local states in
Riemann - Majorana Sphere Abstract:
(Univ. PG, Italia):Pasquale SodanoStretching the Electron as
Far as it Will Go. For their research on Majorana Zero Modes. Abstract:
For his fundamental contributions to
Unified Theories and Quantum Gravity, and - at the same - for his critical
attitude in this field. His mathematical mastery and elegance have never
turned into a rhetorical artifact so making him able to go to the physical
core of the problem and providing the whole community of physicists with an
example of style.
World Scientific.
"Phase Transitions in
Biological Matter" EJTP Volume 4, Special Issue 16 part One. Abstract:
"
Mental and Physical Objects in
Quantum Mechanics: Any Lessons for other Disciplines?" EJTP Volume 4, Issue 15 (July 2007); Abstract:
For his fundamental contributions in
thinking the whole Particle Physics following a philosophy which is giving
new impulses to the most recent Physics' areas and for his latest
contributions on Quantum Cosmology.
Nova
Science Publishers .
"From Landau's Order
Parameter to Modern Disorder Fields ". Abstract:
Facolt`a di Ingegneria,
Universita Statale di Bergamo, viale Marconi 5,
24044 Dalmine (BG), Italy & I.N.F.N. Sezione di Milano, via G. Celoria 16, I-20133 Milan, Italy ) "Generalized Ginzburg-Landau Models for Non-conventional
Superconductors" Abstract:
Quantum Field Theory
Project 2008 "Topological Defects,
Fractals and The Structure of Quantum Field Theory". Abstract:
" Hamilton-Jacobi
Formulation of A Non-Abelian Yang-Mills Theories"
EJTP Volume 5, Issue 17 (March 2008); Abstract:
Corso Duca degli
Abruzzi 24; 10129 Torino (Italy). Fondazione ISI - Institute for Scientific Interchange, Viale Settimio Severo, 65; 10133 Torino (Italy) For his fundamental
contributions to Non-linear Physics, Quantum Field Theory and Quantum
Information in a rarely elegant and rigorous global vision. And for his
promoting the scientific international interdisciplinary collaboration.
" Relativistic Spin Operator with Observers in Motion" EJTP Volume 7, Issue 23 (March 2010); and
for his several innovative contributions to different Physics' areas from
Quantum Mechanics to Econophysics. Abstract:
Cornell University, Ithaca,
NY 14853-2501, USA) For his fundamental
contributions on the solid state physics, quantum field theory and
statistical mechanics, especially Mermin-Wagner
theorem and its remarkable applications. And for his promoting the scientific
international interdisciplinary collaborations.
M.K.Yankel Kharkov National University of Radio Electronics, Lenin Ave.4, 61161, Kharkov Ukraine) "Physical Methodology
for Economic Systems Modeling”, EJTP 7, No. 24 (2010) 57–78. .and for his
several innovative contributions to different Physics' areas Theoretical
Physics Abstract:
"Quantum potential as
information: a mathematical survey", New trends in quantum
information, Aracne
Editorice, Rome, Italy (2010) and for his major contributions of different aspects of Mathematical
Physics and Applied Mathematics.. Abstract:
For his fundamentals contribution to Theoretical Physics, in
particular for the Algebraic Approach to Quantum Mechanics which
has made possible a deeper understanding of non-locality and the Quantum
Mechanics and Quantum Field Theories' connections. In addition to his
achievements, we want also to recognize his paramount importance as natural
philosopher, his critical and open minded attitude towards the role of science
in contemporary
culture. “I would like to take this opportunity to formally acknowledge the
considerable mathematical help I have received from Maurice de Gosson, Ernst Binz and Fabio Frescura without whose input my work would not have been
possible. I would also like to
acknowledge the input of my colleagues Robert Callaghan, David Robson and
Graham Yendall who have helped me clarify many
difficult points that have cropped up over the years and above all the
acknowledge the considerable input of David Bohm
whose discussion have made my work possible”. B. J. Hiley.
For your Paper entitled "Covariant Analytic Mechanics with
Differential Forms and Its Application to Gravity". EJTP 9, No. 26
(2012) 199–216. Abstract:
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