Dear conference participants,
You are invited to submit a proceedings paper for a special issue of the journal "Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations". The special issue titled “Quantum Limits of Knowledge” will be a proceedings collection of the papers given in this conference, held at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen. The journal is free to publish in, and will be peer reviewed primary by other participants of the conference. Beginning immediately, you can submit your contribution to
Important: please check the box "special issue" under the "additional information" section in the submission process, and select the option “Quantum Limits of Knowledge”.
We have set the due date for proceedings submissions as October 1.
I have every expectation that this meeting will be historically important because of the unique composition of distinguished speakers and theme of the meeting. Considering these special circumstances, we are encouraging papers that either wholly or in part discuss philosophical aspects of quantum theory or interpretations. Feel free to add coauthors and to write freely; there are no page limits.
Any questions about the special issue may be directed to me.
Andrew N. Jordan
Editor, Quantum Studies
Professor of Physics
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627-0171