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IARD

International Association for Relativistic Dynamics

MISSION STATEMENT
The purpose of the Association is to facilitate the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge about research programs in classical and quantum relativistic dynamics of particles and fields.
PRESIDENT
John R. Fanchi, Ph.D. Colorado School of Mines Golden, CO
PREVIOUS IARD CONFERENCE:*
9-11 February 1998, Houston, Texas
* Proceedings published in Foundations of Physics, Vol. 28, Numbers 9 and 10 (1998).
 
IARD 2000 CONFERENCE, 2nd BIENNIAL MEETING
26 - 28 JUNE 2000, TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
Click on the link below to visit the IARD 2000 Conference webpage for details on the conference.
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STANDING BOARD MEMBERS
  • Fabián H. Gaioli, University of Buenos Aires
  • Edgardo T. Garcia-Alvarez, University of Buenos Aires
  • Tepper Gill, Princeton and Howard Universities
  • Lawrence P. Horwitz, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  • Young-Sea Huang, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Martin C. Land, Center for Technology Education Holon, Israel
  • Matej Pavsic, Institute Josef Stephan, Ljublana, Slovenia
  • Donald Salisbury, Austin College, Sherman, Texas
  • William C. Schieve, University of Texas at Austin, Texas
  • Matthew A. Trump, University of Texas at Austin, Texas
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The following references are 1998 publications on Relativistic Dynamics by members of IARD:
  • Ashkenazy, Y., C. Goren, and L.P. Horwitz (1998): “Chaos of the Relativistically Parametrically Forced van der Pol Oscillator,” Phys. Lett. A 243, 195-204
  • Burakovsky, L. (1998): “Relativistic Statistical Mechanics and Particle Spectroscopy,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1577
  • Burakovsky, L. (1998): “Glueball Spectroscopy in Regge Phenomenology,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1595
  • Fanchi, J.R. (1998): “Forward: Changing Times,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1401
  • Fanchi, J.R. (1998): “The Mass Operator and Neutrino Oscillations,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1521
  • Gaioli, F.H. and E.T. Garcia Alvarez (1998): “Classical and Quantum Theories of Spin,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1539
  • Garcia-Alvarez, E.T. and F.H. Gaioli (1998): “Feynman’s Proper Time Approach to QED,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1529
  • Gill, T.L. (1998): “Canonical Proper-Time Dirac Theory,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1561
  • Horwitz, L.P. (11-14, Sept. 1998): “Dynamical Relativistic Systems and the Generalized Gauge Fields of Manifestly Covariant Theories,” Proceedings of the conference on Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory, British Society for the Philosophy of Sc
  • Horwitz, L.P. and N. Shnerb (1998): “Second Quantization of the Stueckelberg Relativistic Quantum Theory and Associated Gauge Fields,” Foundations of Physics 28,1509 
  • Horwitz, L.P. and Y. Strauss (1998): “Description of Unstable Systems in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics in the Lax-Phillips Theory,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1607
  • Huang, Y.S. (1998): “Formulation of Schroedinger-Like Relativistic Wave Equation of Motion,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1551
  • Land, M.C. (1998): “Pre-Maxwell Electrodynamics,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1479
  • Land, M.C. (1998): “The Classical Coulomb Problem in Pre-Maxwell Electrodynamics,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1489
  • Land, M.C. (1998): “Pre-Maxwell Quantum Electrodynamics,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1499
  • Pavsic, M. (1998): “Formulation of a Relativistic Theory without Constraints,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1443
  • Pavsic, M. (1998): “Parametrized Field Theory,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1453
  • Pavsic, M. (1998): “Quantum Gravity Induced from Unconstrained Membranes,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1465
  • Pavsic, M. (1998): “The Unconstrained Stueckelberg-Like Membrane's Action as a Reduced Dirac-Nambu-Goto Action,” Physics Letters A 242, 187
  • Pitts, J.B. and W. C. Schieve (1998): "On Parametrized General Relativity,” Foundations of Physics 28, pp. 1417
  • Salisbury, D.C. (1998): “Classical Canonical General Coordinate and Gauge Symmetries,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1425
  • Salisbury, D.C. (1998): “A Classical and Quantum Relativistic Interacting Variable-Mass Model,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1433
  • Trump, M.A. and W.C. Schieve (1998): “Perihelion Precession in the Special Relativistic Two-Body Problem,” Foundations of Physics 28, 1407
Created by K.F. Fanchi 10/99