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    Selected books by IARD members
who are not with us anymore

In parentheses see the years of lecturing or participating in IARD conferences


Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) LEnergie Atomique, de Gigord, Paris (1946) 02
Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) Particules Elementaires, Hermann, Paris (1951) 02
Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) Black holes (Cecile DeWitt-Morette, Bryce Seligman DeWitt, 1973) 02
Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) (With Y. Choquet-Bruhat and M. Dillard-Bleick) Analysis, Manifolds and Physics, (1977) 02
Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) I.T. for Intelligent Grandmothers, (1987) 02
Gill, Tepper (1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016)
and Woodford, Zachary (1935-2011) (2002, 2006, 2008),
Nonlinear semigroups, partial differential equations and attractors:
Proceeding of a symposium Held in Washington
1987, 1989.
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Concepts in relativity theory, (In Hebrew),
Afik; Oranim; Sifriat Poalim; Hakibbitz Hameuchad, Israel, 1988.
(00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) (With Y. Choquet-Bruhat) Analysis, Manifolds, and Physics. Part II. (1989) 02
Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) Quantum field theory: perspective and prospective (Cecile DeWitt-Morette, Jean Bernard Zuber) 02
Rosen, N. (1909-1995), Cooperstock, F.I. (1940-2018), (00), (04), Horwitz, L.P., (2x98), (00), (2x02), (3x04), (06), (08), Rosen, J., Developments in General Relativity, Astrophysics and Quantum Theory, IOP, Bristol, England, 1990.
Coley, A.A., Cooperstock, F.I., (1940-2018), (00), (04), Tupper, B.O.J., Proceedings of the Canadian Conference on General Relativity And Relativistic Astrophysics, University of Victoria, 3-6 May 1989, World Scientific, 1990.
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Relativity theory -- concepts and basic principles,
Saint Ursula Academy (first published),
Jones and Bartlett, Boston, USA, 1992,
A. K. Peters, 1993.
(00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
Bryce DeWitt (1923-2004), Supermanifolds, 1992, 2011. (2002)
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Stellar evolution, A.K. Peters, Wellesley, Mass., USA 1994.
(00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Evolution of stars, (In Hebrew),
Sifriyat Poalim, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 1995. (00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Asymmetrical planetary nebulae,
Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol, England, 1995. (00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
David Finkelstein (1929-2016), Quantum relativity: a synthesis of the ideas of Einstein and Heisenberg, 1996. (2002)
Piron, Constantin (1932-2012), Mécanique quantique, bases et applications,
Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes, 1998. (2X2004)
Bryce DeWitt (1923-2004),
The global approach to quantum field theory (Two volumes set), 2003, 2004. (2002)
Piron, Constantin (1932-2012), Méthodes quantiques, champs, N-corps, diffusion, Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes, 2005. (2x2004)
Bekenstein, Jacob (1947-2015), Of gravity, black holes and information,
Di Renzo Editore, Rome, Italy, 2006. (2000)
Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) (With P. Cartier) Functional Integration, Action and Symmetries (2006) 02
Cooperstock, Fred (1940-2018) General relativistic dynamics : extending Einstein's legacy throughout the universe,
Hackensack, New Jersey, World Scientific, 2009.(2000, 2004)
Published seven years after his death:
Bryce DeWitt (1923-2004) (2002), Steven M. Christensen, (editor):
Bryce DeWitt's lectures on gravitation, Springer, 2011.
Bekenstein, Jacob (1947-2015), Albert Einstein memorial lectures, 2012. (2000)
Cooperstock, Fred I. (1940-2018), Tieu, Steven
Einstein's relativity: The ultimate key to the Cosmos, Springer, 2012. (2000), (2004).
Gill, Tepper (1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016)
and Woodford, Zachary (1935-2011) (2002, 2006, 2008),
Functional analysis and the Feynman operator calculus , 287 pp., Springer, 2016.


Books in memory of IARD members and lecturers
DeWitt-Morette, Cecile, (1922-2017) (2002)The pursuit of quantum gravity : memoirs of Bryce DeWitt from 1946 to 2004, (in memory of Bryce Seligman DeWitt, 1923-2004, (2002)), Springer, Berlin, Germany, 2011.

Bilha Segev (1963-2005) (Israel)

Bilha Segev lectured in
IARD2000 Conference on:
"A Light-Fronts Approach to a Two-Center Time-Dependent Dirac Equation"
The paper was published in Foundations of Physics, volume 31, 2001  Abstract
Note: This paper is one of two papers lectured at IARD conferences on relativistic dynamics in chemistry. The second lecture on relativistic dynamics in chemistry was given in IARD2006 Conference by long-live Cynthia Kolb Whitney.
Links:
1. Bilha Segev's CV from her original internet site (the site was deleted after she passed away)
2. Obituary
3. LINK to obituaries on Bilha Segev, text only in English. 1  2  3
4. Links to her photographs: 1
5. Links to lists of partial abstracts of her papers 1  2  3



Woodford W. Zachary (1935-2011) (USA)

Few participants in IARD2006 Conference
Standing, middle: Woodford W. Zachary (1935-2011)

Woodford Zachary lectured in IARD2002 Conference on:
"Magnetic Interactions of the Electron and the Dirac Equations"
published in Foundations of Physics, volume 33, 2003

and in IARD2006 Conference on:
"Electron Problem II: The Quantum Theory"
published in Foundations of Physics, volume 37, 2005

and in IARD2008 Conference on:
"Properties of Square Root Operators in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics"
published in Foundations of Physics, volume 41, 2011

Woodford Zachary published the books:
Gill, Tepper (1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) and
Woodford, Zachary (1935-2011) (2002, 2006, 2008),
Nonlinear semigroups, partial differential equations and attractors:
Proceeding of a symposium Held in Washington
(1987, 1989)
and
Gill, Tepper (1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016)
and Woodford, Zachary (1935-2011) (2002, 2006, 2008),
Functional analysis and the Feynman operator calculus , 287 pp., Springer, 2016.

From Zachary's email, August 28, 2006:
"... Thank you for sending the photograph from the IARD 2006 conference.
...
Best regards,
Woodford Zachary"
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Bryce Seligman Dewitt (1923-2004) (USA)

Bryce DeWitt gave two lectures in
IARD2002 Conference:
"The Everett Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics"  [Abstract]
and
"A Survey of Quantum Gravity."
His widow, Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017), who also lectured in IARD2002 , published a book on Bryce DeWitt's scientific works:
The pursuit of quantum gravity : memoirs of Bryce DeWitt from 1946 to 2004 Springer, Berlin, 2011

Bryce DeWitt published the books:
Bryce DeWitt (1923-2004) (2002),
Supermanifolds, 1992
and
Bryce DeWitt (1923-2004) (2002),
The global approach to quantum field theory (Two volumes set) , 2003
Seven years after his death another book of him was published:
Bryce DeWitt (1923-2004) (2002), Steven M. Christensen, (editor):
Bryce DeWitt's lectures on gravitation, Springer, 2011

Link to Wikipedia on Bryce DeWitt
Constantin Piron (1932-2012) (Switzerland)

 
Three of the participants in IARD2004 Conference
in alley at Saas-Fee, Switzerland
Middle: Constantin Piron (1932-2012)
Constantin Piron gave two lectures in IARD2004 Conference on:
"New Einstein gravitation."
The papers were published in Foundations of Physics, volume 35, 2005
  Abstract
Constantin Piron published the books:
Piron, Constantin (1932-2012), Mécanique quantique, bases et applications, Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes, 1998.
Piron, Constantin (1932-2012), Méthodes quantiques, champs, N-corps, diffusion, Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes, 2005.
Link to Wikipedia on Constantin Piron

Bekenstein, Jacob David (1947-2015) (Israel)
Jacob Bekenstein gave a lecture in IARD2000 Conference on:
"Extending Kelvin's Conserved Circulation to Relativistic MHD."
Jacob Bekenstein published the books:
Bekenstein, Jacob (1947-2015), Of gravity, black holes and information,
Di Renzo Editore, Rome, Italy, 2006.
Bekenstein, Jacob (1947-2015), Albert Einstein memorial lectures, 2012.
Link to Wikipedia on Jacob Bekenstein

Finkelstein, David Ritz (1929-2016) (U.S.A.)
David Finklestein gave a lecture in IARD2002 Conference on:
"The Quantum Universe as Computer."
David Finkelstein published the books:
Finkelstein, David (1929-2016), Quantum relativity: a synthesis of the ideas of Einstein and Heisenberg, Springer, 1996.
Finkelstein, David (1929-2016), Notes on quaternion quantum mechanics, CERN, 1959.
Charles Maisonnier, Finkelstein, David (1929-2016), Beam intensity limitation in neutralized space charge betatrons, CERN, 1959.
Finkelstein, David (1929-2016), Non-linear meson theory of nuclear forces, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics, 1952, 1952.
Link to Wikipedia on David Finkelstein
Link to Obituary of David Finkelstein


Cecile DeWitt-Morette (1922-2017) (USA)

Cecile DeWitt gave one lecture in
IARD2002 Conference:
"Dynamical Vector fields in Quantum Physics"  [Abstract]
Cecile DeWitt-Morette, also published a book on Bryce DeWitt's scientific works:
The pursuit of quantum gravity : memoirs of Bryce DeWitt from 1946 to 2004 Springer, Berlin, 2011

Cecile DeWitt-Morette published many other scientific books, including:
LEnergie Atomique, de Gigord, Paris (1946)
Particules Elementaires, Hermann, Paris (1951)
Black holes (Cecile DeWitt-Morette, Bryce Seligman DeWitt, 1973)
(With Y. Choquet-Bruhat and M. Dillard-Bleick) Analysis, Manifolds and Physics, (1977)
I.T. for Intelligent Grandmothers, (1987)
(With Y. Choquet-Bruhat) Analysis, Manifolds, and Physics. Part II. (1989)
Quantum field theory: perspective and prospective (Cecile DeWitt-Morette, Jean Bernard Zuber)
(With P. Cartier) Functional Integration, Action and Symmetries (2006)


Link to Wikipedia

Cooperstock, Fred Isaac (1940-2018) (Canada)
Fred Cooperstock gave two lectures in IARD conferences:
One lecture in IARD2000 Conference on:
"Energy and the Dynamics of Bodies that Emit Gravitational Waves,"
and a second lecture in IARD2004 Conference on:
"A Revised Planck Scale and a Re-examination of Closed Timelike Curves."
Fred Cooperstock published the books:
Rosen, N. (1909-1995), Cooperstock, F.I. (1940-2018), (00), (04), Horwitz, L.P., (2x98), (00), (2x02), (3x04), (06), (08), Rosen, J., Developments in General Relativity, Astrophysics and Quantum Theory, IOP, Bristol, England, 1990.
Coley, A.A., Cooperstock, F.I., (1940-2018), (00), (04), Tupper, B.O.J., Proceedings of the Canadian Conference on General Relativity And Relativistic Astrophysics, University of Victoria, 3-6 May 1989, World Scientific, 1990.
Fred Cooperstock (1940-2018),
General relativistic dynamics : extending Einstein's legacy throughout the universe,
Hackensack, New Jersey, World Scientific, 2009.
Fred Cooperstock (1940-2018), Tieu, Steven
Einstein's relativity: The ultimate key to the Cosmos, Springer, 2012, (00), (04),
Link to obituary of Fred Cooperstock
Letter in honor of Professor Cooperstock's retirement 2006.>
Paper of Professor Cooperstock that won the award of the
2015 Gravity Research Foundation competition.


Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018) (Israel)
"He was a bright star in our galaxy"
said Larry Horwitz about him
Amos Harpaz gave six lectures in IARD conferences
Lectured in IARD2000 Conference on:
"Radiation From an Electric Charge."
Published in "Foundations of Physics" Vol. 31 (2001)

Lectured in IARD2002 Conference on:
"The Equation of Motion of a Charged Particle."
Published in "Foundations of Physics" (october 2002)

Lectured in IARD2004 Conference on:
"The Coaccelerated Observer."
Published in "Foundations of Physics" Vol. 35 (2005)

Lectured in IARD2006 Conference on:
"Electric Field in a Gravitational Field."
Published in "Foundations of Physics" Vol. 37 (2007)
and earlier in "European Journal of Physics" (January 2005)

Lectured in IARD2008 Conference on:
"Two tests for the equivalence principle."
Published in "International Journal of Modern Physics: Conference Series" Vol. 3, pp. 104-110 (2011)

Lectured in IARD2012 Conference on:
"A "Fine Structure" constant for Inertia."
Published in "International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics" Vol. 3, pp. 395-398 (2013)

Amos Harpaz published the books:
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Concepts in relativity theory, (In Hebrew),
Afik; Oranim; Sifriat Poalim; Hakibbitz Hameuchad, Israel, 1988.
(00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Relativity theory -- concepts and basic principles,
Saint Ursula Academy (first published),
Jones and Bartlett, Boston, USA, 1992,
A. K. Peters, 1993.
(00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
"After tiring of numerous books which supplied the mathematical basis with little or no physical interpretation, I've finally found this book which really deserves the title "Basic" - it discusses the physical interpretations in a very simple mathematical context, an excellent gateway into the fascinating world of general relativity" Customer review
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Stellar evolution, A.K. Peters, Wellesley, Mass., USA, 1994.
(00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
"This is the best review of the physics of stellar evolution that I have ever read. No math but plenty of good solid physics at the advanced undergraduate level. And lots of astronomy. Excellent for students who wonder what all that math they studied in stellar evolution course is about." Charles A. Whitney, customer
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Evolution of stars, (In Hebrew),
Sifriyat Poalim, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 1995. (00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
Harpaz, Amos (1928-2018), Asymmetrical planetary nebulae,
Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol, England, 1995. (00, 02, 04, 06, 08, 12 )
Partial list of papers by Amos Harpaz (1928-2018)
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Following is a table that includes LINKS TO IARD CONFERENCES

* - IARD conference proceedings of the years 1998-2008
are available in "Foundations of Physics"
in volumes 28 31 33 35 37 and 41
 

 
 
Year IARD conference
official pages
IARD conference supplementary pages Other conference pages
Main page IARD official homepage IARD
main supplementary page
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Books IARD official books page IARD supplementary
books page
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Papers IARD official
selected papers page
IARD supplementary
papers page not available
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IARD committee IARD official
Committee page
Supplementary page
not available
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IARD late lecturers Official page
not available
Supplementary page
in memory of
IARD late lecturers
(This page)
Top of page
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1998 Official page
for 1998
conference
not available
IARD1998
Austin University Texas supplementary page
IARD1998 titles
2000 IARD2000
Bar-Ilan University Israel
official page
IARD2000
Bar-Ilan University Israel
supplementary page
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2002 IARD2002 Howard University
Washington DC USA official page
IARD2002 Howard University
Washington DC USA supplementary page
IARD2002 abstracts
2004 IARD2004 Switzerland official page IARD2004 Switzerland supplementary page -
2006 IARD2006 Connecticut University USA
official page
IARD2006 Connecticut University USA supplementary page -
2008 IARD2008 Thessaloniki University Greece
official page
IARD2008 Thessaloniki University Greece supplementary page IARD2008 Abstracts

IARD2008 description
2010 IARD2010 University
in Taiwan
official page
Supplementary page
not available
IARD2010 Proceedings press here *
JPCS v. 330, 2011
2012 IARD2012 (May-June) Galileo Galilei Institute Florence Italy
official page
Supplementary page
not available
IARD2012 Proceedings press here *
JPCS v. 437, 2013
2014 IARD2014 (June) Connecticut University USA - official page IARD2014 Connecticut University USA supplementary page IARD2014 Proceedings press here *
JPCS v. 615 (2015)
2016 IARD2016: Slovenia
Official page including updated program
IARD2016 Slovenia:
partial program
supplementary page
IARD2016 Proceedings press here *
JPCS v. 845 (2017)
2018 IARD2018: Mexico
Official page
supplementary page
not available
Some photographs
IARD2018 Proceedings
JPCS v. 1239 (2019)
2020 IARD2020: Prague
Official page
Supplementary page
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