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Gen., 2001, 34, 6949–6955. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/147.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Rowe, M. A., Kielpinski, D., Meyer, V., Sackett, C. A., Itano, W. M., Monroe, C. and Wineland, D. J., “Experimental Violation of a Bell's Inequality with Efficient Detection”, Nature, 2001, 409, 791–794. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/148.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Kwiat, P. G., ~Barraza-Lopez, S., Stefanov, A. and Gisin, N., “Experimental Entaglement Distillation and ‘Hidden’ ~Non-Locality”, Nature, 2001, 409, 1014–1017. \n[ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/149.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Schliemann, J., Loss, D. and ~MacDonald, A. H., “~Double-Occupancy Errors, Adiabaticity, and Entanglement of Spin Qubits in Quantum Dots”, Phys. Rev. B., 2001, 63, 085311, 1–8. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/150.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Mozyrsky, D., Privman, V. and Vagner, I. D., “~Nuclear-Spin Qubit Dephasing Time in the Integer Quantum Hall Effect Regime”, Phys. Rev. B., 2001, 63, 085313, 1–6. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/151.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Shih, Y. H., “Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Teleportation”, Ann. Phys., 2001, 10, 19–34. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/152.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Marinatto, L. and Weber, T., “Teleportation with Indistinguishable Particles”, 2001, quant-ph/0102025, 1–8. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/153.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Simon, C., Brukner, Č. and Zeilinger, A., “~Hidden-Variable Theorems for Real Experiments”, 2001, quant-ph/0006043, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/154.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Vaidman, L., “Bell's Inequality: More Tests are Needed”, 2001, quant-ph/0102139, 1–2. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/155.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Kracklauer, A. F., “Complementarity or Schizophrenia: Is Probability in Quantum Mechanics Information or Onta?”, Fond. Prob. Phys., 2001, 219–235. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/156.pdf]] ]
■ Alicki, R., “~Information-Theoretical Meaning of Quantum Dynamical Entropy”, 2002, quant-ph/0201012, 1–6. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/157.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Bowen, W. P., Treps, N., Buchler, B. C., Schnabel, R., Ralph, T. C., Bachor, H. A., Symul, T. and Lam, P. K., “Experimental Investigation of Continuous Variable Quantum Teleportation”, 2002, quant-ph/0207179, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/158.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Ambainis, A. and Tang, K., “Towards the Classical Communication Complexity of Entanglement Distillation Protocols with Incomplete Information”, 2002, quant-ph/0207090, 1–20. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/159.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Brown, K. R., Vala, J. and Whaley, K. B., “Scalable Ion Trap Quantum Computation with Pairwise Interactions Only”, 2002, quant-ph/0207155, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/160.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Brukner, Č. and Zeilinger, A., “Information and Fundamental Elements of the Structure of Quantum Theory”, 2002, quant-ph/0212084, 1–22. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/161.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Fu, H., Solomon, A. I. and Wang, X., “Pairwise Entanglement in the XX Model with a Magnetic Impurity”, 2002, quant-ph/0201025, 1–9. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/162.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Fujii, K., :Coherent States and Some Topics in Quantum Information Theory: Review”, 2002, quant-ph/0207178, 1–14. \n[ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/163.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Gemmer, J. and Mahler, G., “Failure of Effective Potential Approaches: ~Nucleus-Electron Entanglement in the He+- Ion”, 2002, quant-ph/0201135, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/164.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Vollbrecht, K. G. H. and Wolf, M. M., “Activating NPPT Distillation with an Infinitesimal Amount of Bound Entanglement”, 2002, quant-ph/0201103, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/165.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Shi, Y., “All Entanglement in a Multipartite System”, 2002, quant-ph/0201079, 1–10. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/166.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Gurvits, L., “Quantum Matching Theory (with New Complexity Theoretic, Combinatorial and Topological Insights on the Nature of the Quantum Entanglement)”, 2002, quant-ph/0201022, 1–10. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/167.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Horodecki, M, Oppenheim, J. and Horodecki, R., “Are the Laws of Entanglement Theory Thermodynamics?”, 2002, quant-ph/0207177, 1–5. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/168.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Jozsa, R. and Linden, N., “On the Role of Entanglement in Quantum Computational ~Speed-Up”, 2002, quant-ph/0201143, 1–22. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/169.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Khalique, A. and Saif, F., “Entanglement between External Degrees of Freedom of Atoms Via”, 2002, quant-ph/0201086, 1–9. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/170.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Kurzeja, S. I. J. and Parkins, A. S., “Continuous Variable Quantum Teleportation with a ~Finite-Basis Entanglement Resource”, 2002, quant-ph/0201094, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/171.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Lee, J., Min, H. and Oh, S. D., “Multipartite Entanglement for Entanglement Teleportation”, 2002, quant-ph/0201069, 1–5. \n[ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/172.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Mitchell, P., Popescu, S. and Roberts, D., “Conditions for the Confirmation of ~Three-Particle ~Non-Locality”, 2002, quant-ph/0202009, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/173.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Osterloh, A., Amico, L., Falci, G. and Fazio, R., “Scaling of Entanglement Close to a Quantum Phase Transitions”, 2002, quant-ph/0202029, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/174.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Schumacher, B. and Westmoreland, M. D., “Entanglement and Perfect Quantum Error Correction”, 2002, quant-ph/0201061, 1–10. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/175.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Walck, S. N., “Topological Decomposition of Composite Quantum State Spaces”, 2002, quant-ph/0201111, 1–3. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/176.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Wesenberg, J. and Mølmer, K., “Mixed Collective States of Many Spins”, 2002, quant-ph/0201043, 1–7. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/177.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Svozil, K., “Comment on 'Exclusion of Time in the Theorem of Bell' by K. Hess and W. Philipp”, 2002, quant-ph/0206076, 1–2. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/178.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Gisin, N. and Gisin, B., “A Local Varaible Model for Entanglement Swapping Exploiting the Detection Loophole”, Phys. Lett. A., 2002, 297, 279–284. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/179.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Jennewein, T., Weihs, G., Pan, J. W. and Zeilinger, A., “Exponential Nonlocality Proof of Quantum Teleportation and Entanglement Swapping”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 2002, 017903, 1–4. \n[ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/180.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Abouraddy, A. F., Saleh, B. E. A., Sergienko, A. V. and Teich, M. C., “~Entangled-Photon Fourier Optics”, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B., 2002, 19, 1174–1184. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/181.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Dodonov, V. V., “'Nonclassical' States in Quantum Optics: A 'Squeezed' Review of the First 75 Years”, J. Opt. B.: Quantum Semiclass. Opt., 2002, 4, R1–R33. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/182.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Aspect, A., “Bell's Theorem: the Naïve View of an Experimentalist”, 1–34. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/183.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Atature, M., Giuseppe, G. D., Shaw, M. D., Sergienko, A. V., Saleh, B. E. A. and Teich, M. C., “Multiparameter Entanglement in Femtosecond Parametric ~Down-Conversion”, Phys. Rev. A., 2002, 65, 023808, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/184.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Marcikic, I., Riedmatten, H. D., Tittel, W., Scarani, V., Zbinden, H. and Gisin, N., “~Time-Bin Entangled Qubits for Quantum Communication Created by Femtosecond Pulses”, Phys. Rev. A., 2002, 66, 062308, 1–6. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/185.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Kracklauer, A. F., “Is ‘Entanglement’ Always Entangles?”, J. Opt. B.: Quantum Semiclass. Opt., 2002, 4, S121–S126. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/186.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Kracklauer, A. F., “One Less Quantum Mystery”, J. Opt. B.: Quantum Semiclass. Opt., 2002, 4, S469–S472. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/187.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Stucki, D., Gisin, N., Guinnard, O., Ribordy, G. and Zbinden, H., “Quantum Key Distribution Over 67 km with a Plug & Play System”, New Journal of Physics, 2002, 4, 41.1–41.8. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/188.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Visser, J., Eliel, E. R. and Nienhuis, G., “Polarization Entanglement in a Crystal with Threefold Symmetry”, Phys. Rev. A., 2002, 66, 033814, 1–7. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/189.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Zhang, J., Xie, C. and Peng, K., “Quantum Entanglement and Squeezing of the Quadrature Difference of Bright Light Fields”, Phys. Rev. A., 2002, 66, 042319, 1–7. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/190.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Thew, R. T., Tanzilli, S., Tittel, W., Zbinden, H. and Gisin N., “Experimental Investigation of the Robustness of Partially Entangled Qubits over 11 km”, Phys. Rev. A., 2002, 66, 062304, 1–5. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/191.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Kracklauer, A. F. and Kracklauer, N. A., “The Improbability of Nonlocality”, Physics Essays, 2002, 15, 162–171. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/192.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Schneider, M. B. and ~LaPuma, I. A., “A Simple Experiment for Discussion of Quantum Interference and ~Which-Way Measurement”, Am. J. Physics., 2002, 70, 266–271. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/192a.pdf]] ]
■ Aspelmeyer, M., Jennewein, T. and Zeilinger, A., “~Long-Distance Quantum Communication with Entangled Photons using Satellites”, 2003, quant-ph/0305105, 1–12. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/193.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Slater, P. B., “a priori Probability that Two Qubits are Unentangled”, 2003, quant-ph/0207181, 1–7. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/194.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Svetlichny, G., “Causality Implies Formal State Collapse”, 2003, quant-ph/0207180, 1–17. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/195.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Gisin, N., Marcikic, I., Riedmatten, H. de, Tittel, W. and Zbinden, H., “Quantum Communications with ~Time-Bin Entangled Photons: Long Distance Quantum Teleportation and Quantum Repeaters”, 2003, quant-ph/0301181, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/196.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Shahriar, M. S., Pradhan, P., Gopal, V., Pati, G. S. and Cardoso, G.C., “Wavelength Teleportation via Distant Quantum Entanglement”, 2003, quant-ph/0309085, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/197.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Shi, Y., “Quantum Disentanglement in ~Long-Range Orders and Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking”, 2003, quant-ph/0205272, 1–10. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/198.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Woesler, R., “Probabilities of Multiple Quantum Teleportation”, 1–8. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/199.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Bowen, W. P., Treps, N., Schnabel, R., Ralph, T. C. and Lam, P. K., “Continuous Variable Polarization Entanglement, Experiment and Analysis”, J. Opt. B.: Quantum Semiclass. Opt., 2003, 5, S467–S478. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/200.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Noninski, V. C., “Classical Bell’s Inequalities”, 1–5. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/201.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Marcikic, I., Riedmatten, H. de, Tittel, W., Zbinden, H. and Gisin, N., “~Long-Distance Teleportation of Qubits at Telecommunication Wavelengths”, Nature, 2003, 421, 509–513. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/202.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Pan, J., Gasparoni, S., Aspelmeyer, M., Jennewein, T. and Zellinger, A., “Experimental Realization of Freely Propagating Teleported Qubits”, Nature, 2003, 421, 721–725. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/203.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Riedmatten, H. de, Marcikic, I., Tittel, W., Zbinden, H. and Gisin, N., “Quantum Interference with Photon Pairs Created in Spatially Separated Sources”, Phys. Rev. A., 2003, 022301, 1–5. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/204.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Sliwa, C. and Banaszek, K., “Conditional Preparation of Maximal Polarization Entanglement”, Phys. Rev. A., 2003, 030101, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/205.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Bowen, W. P., Treps, N., Buchler, B. C., Schnabel, R., Ralph, T. C., Bachor, H. A., Symul, T. and Lam, P. K., “Experimental Investigation of ~Continuous-Variable Quantum Teleportation”, Phys. Rev. A., 2003, 032302, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/206.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Stefanov, A., Zbinden, H., Gisin, N., and Suarez, A., “Quantum Entanglement with ~Acousto-Optic Modulators: ~Two-Photon Beats and Bell Experiments with Moving Beam Splitters”, Phys. Rev. A., 2003, 042115, 1–13. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/207.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Clover, M., “The Innsbruck EPR Experiment: A ~Time-Retarded Local Description of Space-like Separated Correlations”, 2003, quant-ph/0304115, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/208.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Wharton, W. R., “Understanding Time and Causality is the Key to Understanding Quantum Mechanics”, 2003, 1–28. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/208a.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Walborn, S. P., Terra Cunha, M. O., Pádua, S. and Monken, C. H., “Quantum Erasure”, American Scientist, 2003, 91, 336–343. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/208b.pdf]] ]
■ Hemmick, D. L., “Hidden Variables and Nonlocality in Quantum Mechanics”, 2004, quant-ph/0412011, 1–92. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/209.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Larsson, J. A. and Gill, R. D., “Bell’s Inequality and the ~Coincidence-Time Loophole”, 2004, quant-ph/0312035, 1–8. \n[ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/210.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Gill, R. D., “The Chaotic Chameleon”, 2004, quant-ph/0307217, 1–9. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/211.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Marcikic, I., Riedmatten, H. de, Tittel, W., Zbinden, H., Legré, M. and Gisin, N., “Distribution of ~Time-Bin Entangled Qubits over 50 km of Optical Fiber”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 2004, 93, 1–4. \n[ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/212.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Kracklauer, A. F., “~EPR-B Correlations: Quantum Mechanics, or Just Geometry?”, J. Opt. B.: Quantum Semiclass. Opt., 2004, 6, S544–S548. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/213.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Graßhoff, G., Portmann, S. and Wüthrich, A., “Minimal Assumption Derivation of a Bell-type Inequality”, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 2005, 56, 663–680. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/214.pdf]] ]\n\n■ van Beek, J. D., Carravetta, M., Antonioli, G. C. and Levitt, M. H., “Spherical Tensor Analysis of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Signals”, J. Chem. Phys., 2005, 122, 1–12. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/215.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Gogo, A., Snyder, W. D. and Beck, M., “Comparing Quantum and Classical Correlations in a Quantum Eraser”, Phys. Rev. A., 2005, 71, 1–6. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/216.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Qureshi, T. and Rehman, Z., “Quantum Eraser Using Spin-1/2 Particles”, 2005, quant-ph/0501010, 1–4. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/217.pdf]] ]\n\n■ Adenier, G. and Yu Khrennikov, A., “Is the Fair Sampling Assumption Supported by EPR Experiments?”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys., 2007, 40, 131–141. [ [[Full Text|images/other_publication/218.pdf]] ]
[[Early Years]]\n[[In-between Years]]\n[[McGill Years]]\n
*Obtained Ph. D. at University of British Columbia, December1971 (NRC and ~McMillan Scholarship).\n\n*Resident theoretician in the Molecular Physics group of Professor J. J. M. Beenakker, Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory, Leiden, Holland, 1972-1974. \n\n*Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of ~Wisconsin-Madison, 1974-1975. \n\n*Assistant Professor of Chemistry at ~McGill University, Montreal, 1976-1979. \n\n*Associate Professor of Chemistry at ~McGill University, Montreal, 1979-1985. \n\n*Director of Graduate Studies, 1991-1995\n\n*President of Canadian Association of Theoretical Chemists 1990-1993.\n\n*Full Professor of Chemistry at ~McGill University, 1986-present.\n
[img[01|images/photos/around_the_globe/01.jpg]]\n\n■ 1971 after ~PhD grad in Athens.\n\n[img[02|images/photos/around_the_globe/02.jpg]]\n\n■ 1989 in Forbidden City in Beijing.\n\n[img[03|images/photos/around_the_globe/03.jpg]]\n\n■ 1997 in den Hague, near the Binnerhof, while on Sabbatical at the Huygens Laboratory.\n\n[img[04|images/photos/around_the_globe/04.jpg]]\n\n■ In India at IIT Madras in 2003 with India ladies.\n\n[img[05|images/photos/around_the_globe/05.jpg]]\n\n■ 1997 in Holland near the Huygens laboratory.\n\n[img[06|images/photos/around_the_globe/06.jpg]]\n\n■ In India, Mysore, 2003.\n\n[img[07|images/photos/around_the_globe/07.jpg]]\n\n■ In Nanjing, China, 1992.\n\n[img[08|images/photos/around_the_globe/08.jpg]]\n\n■ Canoe-camping at Lac Maurice, Quebec, 2004.
[[1969–1975|1969–1975 Publications]]\n[[1976–1984|1976–1984 Publications]]\n[[1985–1989|1985–1989 Publications]]\n[[1990–1994|1990–1994 Publications]]\n[[1995–1998|1995–1998 Publications]]\n[[2000–Present|2000–Present Publications]]\n
[img[01|images/photos/bryans_family/01.jpg]]\n\n■ Montreal 2003: Cathey, Bryan and Bryan's daughter, Johanna.\n\n[img[02|images/photos/bryans_family/02.jpg]]\n\n■ Bryan, father (Clifford) and step-mother, Gill, in 2005.\n\n[img[03|images/photos/bryans_family/03.jpg]]\n\n■ In Switzerland January 2004 for Colin's ~PhD graduation: Bryan, Colin (son), Hillary (daughter), Mingy (former-wife), and Mark (son).\n\n[img[04|images/photos/bryans_family/04.jpg]]\n\n■ In Switzerland, 2003 at clock museum with daughter Hillary.\n\n[img[05|images/photos/bryans_family/05.jpg]]\n\n■ In Toronto 2003: Bryan, ???, Cathey (sister), Johanna (daughter), Roger (nephew), Cynthia (sister-in-law), Nick (brother), and Nichole (niece).\n\n[img[06|images/photos/bryans_family/06.jpg]]\n\n■ Hillary practicing for a concert, 2006.\n
[img[Professor Elmer Ogryzlo|images/biography/elmer_ogryzlo.jpg]]
[img[01|images/photos/colleagues/01.jpg]]\n\n■ Al Kracklauer and Bryan in Torun Poland, 2006.\n\n[img[02|images/photos/colleagues/02.jpg]]\n\n■ Bryan, ~Jan-Åke Larsson and Richard Gill in Holland, 2004.\n\n[img[03|images/photos/colleagues/03.jpg]]\n\n■ Summer research group in 2003: Bryan, Eric Henderson, Thomas Lazzara, Rami Hourani, Steven Pressé, ??? and Tony Whitehead.\n
Professor of Chemistry\nOtto Maass Chemistry Building\n801 Sherbrooke Street West\nMontreal, Quebec \n~H3A 2K6\nCanada\n\n''Office'': Room 224\n''Phone'': 514.398.6930\n''Fax'': 514.398.3798\n''Email'': bryan.sanctuary@mcgill.ca\n''Webpage'': http://www.mchmultimedia.com\n\n''Lab'': 125B\n''Lab Phone'': 514.398.6905\n\n[img[Professor Bryan Sanctuary|images/contact/bryan.jpg]]
!Place of birth\nYorkshire, England\n\n!Citizenship\nCanadian, British\n\n!Languages\nEnglish, Mandarin, Dutch, French (all conversational)\n\n!Academic history\n*Obtained Ph. D. at University of British Columbia, December 1971 (NRC and ~McMillan Scholarship).\n*Resident theoretician in the Molecular Physics group of Professor J. J. M. Beenakker, Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory, Leiden, Holland, 1972-1974.\n*Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of ~Wisconsin-Madison, 1974-1975.\n*Assistant Professor of Chemistry at ~McGill University, Montreal, 1976-1979.\n*Associate Professor of Chemistry at ~McGill University, Montreal, 1979-1985.\n*Director of Graduate Studies, 1991-1995.\n*President of Canadian Association of Theoretical Chemists, 1990-1993.\n*Full Professor of Chemistry at ~McGill University, 1986-present.\n\n!Societies\n*Lifetime member of the American Physical Society.\n*Member of the Division of Chemical Physics of the APS.\n*President, Canadian Association of Theoretical Chemists, 1990-1993.\n*Member, International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR).\n\n!Graduate students\n*Dominique Richon, completed Ph. D. under joint supervision with D. Patterson, 1976-1978, "Etude des Alcanes Liquides par une Methode de Spectroscopie Infrarough Utilisant des Sondes Moleculaires".\n*Lyndsie Selwyn, M. Sc. student with NRC and Quebec Scholarships from 1977-1979, "Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation in Arbitrary Spin Systems".\n*Supervised Jo Cook Shin during Dr. Eu's sabbatical in summer 1977.\n*Directed J. P. Martin on group theoretical aspects of his project of magnetic circular dichroism.\n*Miguel Costas, completed Ph. D. under joint supervision with D. Patterson, 1980-1985, "Study of Orientational and Equilibrium Properties of r-mers".\n*Mangala Sunder Krishnan, Ph. D. student, "Applications of Irreducible Spherical Tensor Operators to NMR and NQR Spectroscopy", 1982-1988, Ph. D. oral, January 29, 1988.\n*Nelson Lee, Ph. D. student, "Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of Multipulse NMR", 1983-1989, NSERC graduate scholarship.\n*J. Campolieti, Ph. D. student, "Quantum Theoretical Investigations of Field Modulation and Spin Dynamics in NMR/NQR", 1983-1989, NSERC scholarship.\n*F. Commodari, Ph. D. student, "The Investigation of Neurological Disorders Using NMR Spectroscopy Studies on Human Cerebrospinal Fluid, Glioblastoma Cells and Model Systems", 1986-1992.\n*Kuo Bin Li, Ph. D. student, 1992-1996, ~McGill Major Award, “Development of ~Computer-Assisted Methods for the Resonance Assignment of Heteronuclear 3D NMR Spectra of Proteins”. \n*Tim Dinesen, Ph. D. student, 1992-1996, (Somner Fellowship) “Application of Density Matrix Theory to Dynamical Problems in the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of I > ½ spin Systems Displaying Orientational Anisotropy”.\n*Sergei Ageev, Ph. D. student, 1992-1997, “Application of Density Matrix Methods to Quadrupolar Spins in Solid State NMR and NQR”.\n*Nikolai Skrynnikov, Ph. D. student, 1992-1997, ~McGill Major Award, “Effects of Multispin Modes in Intermolecular NMR Relaxation and Chemical Exchange in Liquids”.\n*James Choy, Ph. D. student, 1993-1998, “Using Numerical Methods and Artificial Intelligence in NMR Data Processing and Analyses”.\n\n!Post-doctorates\n*1976-1977, Donald F. Heller, Collisional Energy Transfer\n*1978-1980, Frank Garisto, Theory of IR band shapes and Theory of non-adiabatic spin transitions\n*1982-1986, Dr. F. P. Temme, Research Associate\n*1985-1987, Dr. H. B. R. Cole, Postdoctoral Fellow, American Association of Women Award holder and Graduate faculty grant\n*1991-1993, Dr. Xu Jun, Pattern recognition and spectral prediction\n*1996 (Sept.-Dec.), Dr. Kuo-bin Li, Converted NMR programs to TRIPOS GUI\n*1999-2003, Dr. Wei Chen, Spin theory and quantum computation\n*2006, Dr. Feryal Safinejad, Foundations of QMR\n\n!Undergraduate students\n*1982-1983, Caroline Lee, Calculation of NMR pulse sequences\n*1985-1986, Desiree Cox, Calculation of multipole relaxation times\n*1985-1986, Philip Chibanti, Nutation spectroscopy\n*1987, Michele Milne, NSERC undergraduate award, summer student\n*1992-1993, Suzana Straus, NSERC undergraduate, summer student, "Protein Structure"\n*1998-99, Natelie Neil, Use of multimedia to study biochemistry\n*2000, Ami Ghandi, Developed web page and lecture notes for CHEM 110/120\n*2001, David Kolin, Developed web page for general chemistry and prepared lecture notes\n*2001, Natalie Carvelho, Developed web page for general chemistry and prepared lecture notes\n*2002, Steven Presse, Foundations of quantum mechanics: EPR states\n*2002, Eric Henderson, Interpretation of quantum teleportation experiments\n*2003, Thomas Lazzara, Interpretation of quantum teleportation experiments\n*2003, Rami Hourani, Interpretation of quantum teleportation experiments\n*2004, Elizabeth Maron, Organization of chemistry undergraduate courses\n*2006, M. Fung, Clerical assistant\n\n!Visitors\n*Professor Xujie Yang, 1992-1993, East China Institute of Technology, Nanjing, China.\n*Dr. Dennis Isbister, July 1993 to January 1994, ADFA, University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia. \n*Professor M. S. Krishnan, summers of 1998-2000 and 2002, IIT, Madras, Summer.\n\n\n\n
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■ Near the end of World War Two when the Russians and Allies were closing in on Berlin, Bryan Clifford Sanctuary was born in Scarborough, Yorkshire. His father Clifford, working for the RAF as a bomb engineer, received news of his son’s birth over the military network while stationed in France. In his childhood years, he attended Arundyl House School for boys in Surbiton, Surrey, England.\n\n[img[Arundyl House School|images/biography/arundyl.jpg]]\n\n■ In 1954 his father got a job with ''Decca Radar'' in Toronto. In that year the family, including Bryan (9 years-old), sailed from Southampton to New York at the company’s expense. The company provided first class travel on the ''Queen Mary'' ocean liner allowing the Sanctuary family a chance to hobnob and aspire with a class from which they were far removed.\n\n[img[Queen Mary|images/biography/queen_mary.jpg]]\n\n■ They arrived in Toronto in the aftermath of Hurricane Hazel. Bryan and his sister Cathey went to elementary school in Toronto until 1958 when his parents divorced. He moved to Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island as a result. Bryan eventually graduated from Delbrook High in North Vancouver in 1963. Here is his 40-year class reunion.\n\n[img[40th Delbrook High School Reunion (Bryan 3rd from left)|images/biography/reunion.jpg]]\n\n■ Perhaps the person who had the greatest positive effect on Bryan was his maternal grandfather, ''John (Jack) Hornby Pollard'', who was a skilled wood carver and cabinet maker. He used to cut all the dove-tail joints by hand and boiled fish glue for them. Pampa loved to say, “A poor workman always blames his tools.” He played billiards with Bryan and had a pint of Guinness every day. In those days, Bryan was a bit of a hippie.\n\n[img[Hippie Bryan|images/biography/hippie_bryan.jpg]]
[img[On Queen Mary with family in 1954|images/photos/early_years/01.jpg]]\n\n■ December, 1954, on board of the almighty Queen Mary on our way to North America from England (L to R): Bryan, Clifford (father), Cathey (sister) and Topsy (mother).\n\n[img[First car in Canada-1949 Pontiac that blew a cylinder in 1955|images/photos/early_years/02.jpg]]\n\n■ Winter 1955 in Toronto with 1949 Pontiac: Cathey, Mother and Bryan.\n\n[img[Bryan aged about 8 months|images/photos/early_years/03.jpg]]\n\n■ Bryan in pram, England, 1945.\n\n[img[On a family picnic about 1949|images/photos/early_years/04.jpg]]\n\n■ Bryan's parents and sister, about 1949.\n\n[img[Cathey and Bryan|images/photos/early_years/05.jpg]]\n\n■ 1954, Cathey and Bryan before leaving for Canada.\n\n[img[Cathey and Bryan|images/photos/early_years/06.jpg]]\n\n■ Cathey and Bryan about 1948.\n\n[img[Cathey and Bryan|images/photos/early_years/07.jpg]]\n\n■ Cathey and Bryan about 1948.
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!Wine Making\n■ With his Italian friends, in October, they go down to the grape market in the ~Jean-Talon area of Montreal and, while Bryan stands around saying nothing and trying to look Italian, he lets them bargain. Mostly they buy alicante, muscata and what ever is a good deal. These are fermented and pressed, then aged as long as the supply is large. Some like the wine and others do not. C'est la vie!\n\n[img[Bryan with Sam Sandman|images/hobbies/wine_making_sam_sandman.jpg]] [img[Bryan making wine|images/hobbies/wine_bryan.jpg]]\n\n!Beer Making\n■ When five years old, his father, sitting in the garden of a pub in England, gave Bryan a taste of his Yorkshire Bitter. He screwed up his face in response, to which he father replied, “One day you will love it!” It is hard to get good English beer in Canada, but one can buy the English malt and hops, boil it up and ferment a brew. He makes Yorkshire Bitter and Guiness, puts these in pressurized kegs and stores it in a fridge that has two spigot’s on the front. This is popular. \n\n!Growing orchids\n■ Greatly appreciate a friend who introduced Bryan to orchid growing, he now has a greenhouse and grows orchids (see the photo section). In the greenhouse, he also grows spices, mint and various types of hot peppers.\n\n[img[Orchid 1|images/hobbies/orchid_1.jpg]] [img[Orchid 2|images/hobbies/orchid_2.jpg]] [img[Catellia|images/hobbies/orchid_3.jpg]] [img[See the dancing ladies?|images/hobbies/orchid_4.jpg]]\n\n!English antiques\n■ Likely motivated by his maternal grandfather who was a cabinet maker and wood carver, Bryan has developed an interest in the English walnut period (1660-1740). He also collects antique clocks and has a collection of old watches.\n\n[img[English walnut chest circa 1740|images/hobbies/walnut_chest_1710.jpg]] [img[English walnut fall front circa 1690|images/hobbies/english_walnut_1690.jpg]]\n\n!Playing the banjo\n■ As a teenager living in the raucous town of Alert Bay, B.C., he met a man called Ken Lamb and his wife, Shawn Lamb. Ken played the banjo and taught Bryan. Bryan later started picking and following the folk music popularity of the time, with Pete Seeger being his favorite. Later he played in hoot-nannies and was a regular in the 1960’s at the Inquisition Coffee House on Seymour Street in Vancouver. He played folk guitar and banjo and sang folksongs for $10 a night.\n\n[img[Bryan playing the banjo|images/hobbies/banjo_bryan.jpg]] [img[Bryan playing the banjo|images/hobbies/bryan_banjo_colorado.jpg]]\n\n!Playing the guitar\n■ In his early 20’s, Bryan started to play the classical guitar. He let it slide for many years, but recently took it up again.\n\n!Genealogy\n■ The Sanctuary name is rare and with the help of others, has got the Sanctuary line back to Norfolk in 1375. It is a single line that started in Swaffham, Norfolk and spread out. There are about 1000 in total. One branch came to Canada in the 1850’s and settled in Montreal. They lived in the house, which Bryan now owns, from 1879 to 1923. That line of the family has died out. Our common ancestor dates back to 1725.\n\n[img[Bryan's great granddad, George with wife Hanna Maria and faimily, 1897, Saltaire, Yorkshire.|images/hobbies/sanctuary_1897.jpg]]\n\n■ George Frederick Sanctuary (g-grandfaterh), Anna Maria Broadly (g-grandmother), Left to right, standing: Thomas Arnold, Rawson, Edith Alice, Willian Thomas (gradfather called Tom), On grass, Clifford Ewart, in chair, Annie Louise; in the garden on George Street, Saltaire, Yorkshire about 1897. Not shown, and not born, is Jack who was born in 1903.\n\n■ There is one branch of the family that is not part of his but bears the same name. In Quebec, Gerald Santorie fought with the French on the Plains of Abraham in 1759. After the British defeated the French, Gerald moved to Montreal and anglicized his name to Sanctuary. Those that stayed in Quebec, changed their name back to Santorie, but those that left for the USA (and they multiplied considerably) maintained the name Sanctuary. They have no connection to Bryan’s line. \n\n!Skiing\n■ Cross country skiing and downhill, were popular especially as his children were young. In recent years, he only skis when he meets his children, usually in Switzerland, where two of them live. Previously, most of the skiing was done in the Laurentian hills, North of Montreal, where they had a country house.\n\n[img[Bryan skiing with Colin|images/hobbies/bryan_colin_ski.jpg]]\n\n!Rock climbing\n■ Started doing this in the 1990’s again motivated by his mountaineering children. He had a friend, Paul Scott, with whom he practiced. Did not do too much: best was a three pitch, 5.9.\n\n!Hiking\n■ Frequently goes hicking in the woods or canoe camping, mostly in Canada.\n\n!Scuba diving\n■ Was trained as Padi open water with his three children in 1989 in Maui on their way to a sabbatical in Australia. Went to the Great Barrier Reef and did other outings later. Now out of practice, but takes a re-fresher course when on vacation in the tropics.\n\n!House renovation\n■ In his earlier life, he did a lot of bad renovations on the various houses he owned. This changed with his present house, purchased in May of 2004 and, as mentioned above, was lived in by a branch of his family from 1879 to 1923. This house, 10 minutes to ~McGill and in the Shaughnessy Village, has many of the original features. With the help of an interior decorator and skilled trades people, he had the house resorted to its former glory. The ceiling moldings were stripped so the 120 years of paint build-up was removed. All the wood was stripped, the antique radiators were sand blasted, and the 2.5 inch thick original pine floors were restored. The bathrooms and kitchens are modern but the rest remain the same as much as possible. The three fireplaces work, two gas and one wood. The outside of the house was cleaned and tuck-pointed; the roof was restored with slate and copper; the woodwork was restored and replaced in the Victorian style and external lighting brightens the place up.\n\n[img[Bryan's house|images/hobbies/bryan_house_date.jpg]] [img[Racoon paws|images/hobbies/paws.jpg]]\n[img[Bryan's living room ceiling|images/hobbies/ceiling.jpg]] [img[Bryan's house|images/hobbies/bryan_home.jpg]]
■ As a freshman at the University of British Columbia, UBC, Bryan decided on a chemistry degree. In the summer of 1965, he was hired by ''Professor Elmer Ogryzlo'' and had his first paper written which experimentally proved the existence of double molecules in the gas phase. [ [[Full Text|images/bryans_publication/1.pdf]] ] It was around the same time with the ''Beatles'' singing "She loves me", that he met his future wife, ''Mingy Woo''.\n\n[img[Professor Elmer Ogryzlo|images/biography/elmer_ogryzlo.jpg]]\n\n■ While on summer vacation from university, he worked in a logging camp on the coast of BC. He set chokers, sorted logs with pipe-poles, hooked for a cat, broke up log jams, operated a tug to pull booms, fell in the water a lot, lost equipment in the water, got sick on plug tobacco, got punched out by an angry logger and was chased by a grizzly bear.\n\n■ In the summer of ’66 he worked with ''Professor Robert F. Snider'', who later became his research director. It was at this time that he decided to do theory, influenced by Bob who also introduced him of viewing the physical sciences geometrically and taught him the power of Irreducible Cartesian tensors. It was Bob who taught him density matrix theory and the statistical interpretation of the wave function. Around the same time, in his graduate studies and post doc to follow, Bryan was greatly influenced by ''Professor John Coope'' who was working on Cartesian tensors with Bob. Bob and John always had time and patience to answer the questions Bryan raised.\n\n[img[Professor Bob Snider|images/biography/bob_snider.jpg]] [img[Mingy Woo|images/biography/mingy_bryan.jpg]]\n\n■ With Bob Snider as his supervisor, Bryan's graduate work involved deriving a quantum mechanical Boltzmann equation that described non-degenerate quantum states which was an extension of the ~Walman-Snider Bolzmann equation. [ [[Full Text|images/bryans_publication/2.pdf]] ] This involved treating the position and momentum by a Wigner-distribution function and the quantum internal states by a density operator. He applied this to the experimental work of ''Ronald Dong'', who was a graduate student for ''Professor Myer Bloom'' at UBC’s physics department (another great positive influence on him). Ronald’s work was in gas phase NMR and it was there that Bryan got interested in that field.\n\n[img[Ronald Dong|images/biography/dong.jpg]] [img[Professor Myer Bloom|images/biography/myer_bloom.jpg]]\n\n■ Also in physics, ''Professor Fred Kaempffer'' taught him quantum mechanics and general relativity. Kaemffper was a remarkable man. He was a husky German who limped around due to a wound he got in the 2nd World War. Before lecturing, he would pace up and down outside the classroom. As the bell rang to signify the start of class, he would start talking as he entered, carrying only a piece of chalk -no notes- and teach the class about covariant and contravarient tensors. Upon entering, he would start to talk exactly where he had left off the previous class. He entertained no questions. As the bell rang at the end of class, he would walk out still talking, only to appear the following class to finish off the sentence that trailed off into the halls as he left. Professor Kaempffer was a consultant on black holles for the 2001 Space Odessy: in the end, the hero goes into a black hole.\n\n■ Due to Bryan's background, he wanted to go to Leiden, Holland to work in the molecular physics group of ''Jan Beenakker''. He chose the Leiden group because the quantum mechanical Boltzmann equation was well suited to study the small effects of non-spherical molecules on transport properties of gases in a magnetic or electric field (the ''~Sentfleben-Beenakker Effects''). Unfortunately the group had no funding. ''John Coope'' came to the rescue and provided a post doc salary for him for six months while John was on sabbatical in France. With John’s help, Bryan was able to understand the experimental results of a phenomenon called the ''thermomagnetic torque'' [ [[Full Text|images/bryans_publication/13.pdf]] ]. The annular region between two concentric cylinders was filled with a non-spherical gas (like hydrogen deuteride). A magnetic field was applied along the cylinder’s axis and the inner and outer cylinders were maintained at different temperatures. Under these conditions, a torque was detected relative to the two cylinders—about the same size as a mosquito jumping tangentially from a commercial cylinder of CO~~2~~ hanging from a wire! The amazing thing about the theory that explained all the data was that quantum effects actually showed up in a gas kinetic system. You can do spectroscopy with quantum kinetic theory (if there were not easier ways)!!\n\n[img[Jan Beenakker|images/biography/jan_beenakker.jpg]]\n\n■ This research led to Jan Beenakker extending Bryan’s project for two more years, funded by FOM, a Dutch funding agent. Holland was a tranquil time of discovery, enjoyment and travel. His two sons were born there as well. Eventually he had to find a job.\n\n■ The thermomagnetic torque was good fodder for a talk and in 1974 ''Professor Vedene Smith'' of Queen’s university, organizing the Canadian Symposium of Theoretical Chemistry, invited him to give a lecture. \n\n[img[Professor Vedene Smith|images/biography/vedene_smith.jpg]]\n\n■ Likely, this talk along with his research led him to get his first faculty position at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in the Theoretical Chemistry Institute run by ''Professor Joe Hirschfelder''. Joe got his ~PhD with ''Henry Eyring'' and ''Professor Chuck Curtiss'' got his ~PhD with Joe. Chuck was the research director of Bob Snider—so that is Bryan’s academic lineage.\n\n[img[Henry Eyring|images/biography/henry_eyring.jpg]] [img[Joe Hirshfelder|images/biography/joe_hirshfelder.jpg]] [img[Chuck Curtiss|images/biography/chuck_curtis.jpg]] [img[Bob Snider|images/biography/bob_snider_small.jpg]]\n\n■ Madison was a great place to live and raise a young family. They had a big old ginger bread house right next to Lake Wingra. However, having two young sons in the USA in the post-Vietnam war era, and not wanting them to grow up only to have to fight in another ill-fated US war, made him seek employment in Canada.\n\n[img[Bryan and sons|images/biography/bryan_mark_colin_1974.jpg]]\n\n■ He joined ~McGill University’s chemistry department in 1976. In that year the separatists came to power which led to thirty years of uncertainty described as a “never ending visit to the dentist” (one of the many colourful statements made by former Premier of Quebec, separatist ''Jacques Parizeau''). The picture shows him waving goodbye after the defeat of the 1995 referendum for separation which, in a racial slur, he attributed to “money and the ethnic vote”. He was forced to resign.\n\n[img[Jacques Parizeau|images/biography/jacques_parizeau.jpg]]\n\n■ Bryan is now a full-time professor at ~McGill University and his research is funded by NSERC, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
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■ The next thirty years involved three sabbatical leaves. The first in 1981-2 at the University of York, England. It was on that leave that the spherical tensor approach to NMR, called multipole NMR, was developed. This was ushered in by the tremendous advances in NMR of that era, notably by the ''Nobel Laureate, Richard Ernst''. He, amongst many things, showed the utility and feasibility of 2D NMR. Ernst, like many of his time, had a great positive influence on Bryan along with ''Jean Jenner''. In York, ''Dr. Tom Halstead'' did solid state NMR and the tensor theory was well suited to explain all the solid echoes that were observed [ [[Full Text|images/bryans_publication/36.pdf]] ].\n\n[img[Tom Halstead and Bryan|images/biography/tom_halstead_bryan.jpg]]\n\n■ In the second sabbatical, at the Australian National University in Canberra, he worked with ''Larry Brown'' and got an interest in studying NMR of proteins. Hiring a post doc, ''Xu Jun'', they developed an algorithm based upon graph theory and fuzzy mathematics to extract the patterns from 2D NMR of proteins. This was licensed to TRIPOS Inc. under the name CAPRI (Computer Assisted Peak Resonance Identification).\n\n[>img[James Choy|images/biography/james_choy.jpg]]■ Following this work, Dr. Sanctuary continued with refinements of protein NMR with two graduate students, ''Li Kwo Bin'' and ''James Choy''. The former extended CAPRI to 3D NMR and the latter improved the “super graphs” used to identify the NMR 2D graphs by taking into account the chemical shifts in different environments.\n\n\n\n■ In spite of its great success and enormous range of applications, the NMR theory had become theoretically well founded by 1997. It appeared to be moving more into that of a highly developed and useful technique. The exciting developments of the previous forty years appeared to be over. Professor Sanctuary wrote a couple of review and decided to do less NMR research in favour of doing more fundamental work with spins. In 2005, however, the spherical tensor methods began to find utility in the NMR experimental work of solids and this renewed his interest. In particular the different ways that spins couple needed work. Also the complicated and messy ~Clebsch-Gordan algebra became too unweildly and the diagramatic methods of Yutis helped to simplify and visualize these multispin systems. He collaborated with ''Dr. Francis Temme'' on this work.\n\n[img[Dr. Francis Temme|images/biography/francis_temme.jpg]]\n\n■ A sabbatical leave in 1996-97 saw a return to Leiden, Holland to the physics department. Some work was done on spin conversion problems (like ortho-para hydrogen, but with different systems), but nothing was published. He did, however, develop an interest in the use of multimedia for teaching which began in the early days of personal computers using Windows in 1993. This led, in 1995, to the formation of a company, ''MCH Multimedia Inc''. (MCH being the initials of his three children, Mark, Colin and Hillary). \n\n■ The success of the use of multimedia in the classroom motivated Bryan to make these commercially available. \n\n[img[General chemistry|images/biography/general_chemistry.jpg]][img[Organic chemistry|images/biography/organic_chemistry.jpg]][img[Physics|images/biography/physics.jpg]] [img[Physical chemistry|images/biography/physical_chemistry.jpg]]\n\n■ The first, General Chemistry, was published in 1997, but it was not until the improvement of the development tools: Macromedia Authorware, Flash and on-line shops, that the products were improved and won awards (2002). Professor Sanctuary wrote three such multimedia books: Introductory (high school) and General Chemistry (college and university), Organic Chemistry (university) and General Physics (college and university). About the same time, he was accepted as author on the ''Houghton Mifflin’s Physical Chemistry text by Laidler, Meiser and Sanctuary''. In addition, MCH received the contract to do 10 of the 18 chapters in multimedia. This multimedia won the ''2003 Eddie Award'' for the best educational software at the post-secondary level.\n\n[img[Keith Laidler|images/biography/keith_laidler_bryan.jpg]]
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!Bryan's fields of study include the following:\n■ Statistical mechanics and kinetic theory\n■ Theory of NMR and NQR\n■ Structure of proteins from NMR\n■ Spin theory\n■ NMR of solids\n■ Quantum computing and teleportation\n■ Foundations of quantum theory\n\nAfter putting aside NMR, Professor Sanctuary Sanctuary interests turned to quantum computing and with his background in spin theory, started to do research in this area. He quickly ran into the notion of quantum non-locality and, in India on April fools day of 2002, decided that non-locality was an untenable concept. This goes against the current accepted notions of the foundations of physics, which accepts non-locality as a proven theoretical and experimental fact. Eventually, in 2006, he was able analyze the experimental evidence of the violation of Bell's Inequalities and show that the locality condition was correct but the assumption that a spin is a one dimensional quantity is incorrect. A spin is a two dimensional system. Although his earlier work on this was not completely formulated, Bryan quickly learned that the Physical Review Letter rejects on principle, any paper that purports to question non-locality.\n\nThe ideas go right to the heart of the interpretation of quantum mechanics: what is the meaning of the wave function? Does it describe (as ''Bohr, Heisenberg and Born'' suggest) a complete theory where the wave unction describes all we can know about the states of a system, such as a molecule, a pair of particles, rather than an ensemble of similarly prepared particles. The opposing side (''Einstein, de Broglie and Schrodinger'') suggested that Bohr’s notion of complementarity was wrong; that quantum mechanics was incomplete and a deeper, hidden variable theory underpins quantum mechanics. Indeed the notion of wave-particle duality is incorrect. Nature does not obey complementarity.\n\nThe debate of the 1930’s was argued with gedanken experiments. The situation was murked by ''John von Neumann'' in 1936 who proved that no hidden variable theory can exist. This idea, influenced by Bohr, and the palatability of complementarity led to the repudiation of Einstein’s ideas. Bohr argued, with complementarity, that we can know position but not momentum, or we can know momentum but not position because the wave function describes one or the other. Einstein (EPR paradox) disagreed and proved that both position and momentum are simultaneously elements of physical reality, therefore quantum mechanics is incomplete. \n\nHowever, Einstein made the reasonable assumption that when two particles separate and each is beyond the range of the other's filtering device, (say a plane polarizer like sunglasses), then one filter cannot affect the other. This is called Einstein locality.\n\nBefore going on, it should be pointed out that the idea of complementarity goes far beyond the philosophies of Plato: that the mind is not involved in measurement and what you see is what you get. These philosophies: ''epistemology'' (how we know) and ''ontology'' (what we can know) took a frantic turn based upon the acceptance of Bohr’s ideas. It is also curious that long before quantum theory, ''William Moore'' (philosopher and brother of the sculptor ''Henry Moore'') articulated a philosophy that was popular when Bohr was a young man and contained the notions of “this or that” much like complementarity. Bohr found it easy to pull this philosophy into quantum theory. Wave function collapse and complementarity involve paradoxes and are inconsistent with experiment.\n\nIt was not until ''John Bell'' wrote down his famous inequalities based upon the separability of particles (assuming Einstein locality) and the notion that quantum mechanics fails to satisfy the ideas so the notion of non-locality became entrenched. To be correct, Bell’s results have been used to rule out any hidden variable theory that obeys Einstein locality. But this conclusion is incorrect.\n\nIn 2007 Bryan proved that Bell's spin assumption is the incorrect one, not the locality assumption. He found that by extending qm to allow for non-hermitian states, determinism and causality are restored to physics.\n\nHe also found that indistinguishility, which only occurs at the microscopic level of particles, plays an important role in establishing physical reality. In fact physical reality is different between the microscopic and macroscopic because it is degenerate at the microscopic level. This degeneracy is the basic reason for the Heisenberg Uncertainty Relations.\n\nThe experiments were performed in 1972 (''Clauser''), 1981 (''Aspect''), 1998 (''Weils''), 1997 and 2002?? (''Gisin''), all of which seem to show that quantum mechanics violates Bell’s inequalities. From these experiments new technologies are emerging: quantum computing; quantum cryptography and quantum teleportation. Any experiments and technologies that assume that an entangled state can exist to space like separations are not interpreted correctly. When entangled particles separate, they form biparticles, which obey Einstein locality. Without detail, the singlet state forms a resonance state, much like the spin magnetic monopole discussed about. When a singlet separates, it does so into one bi-particle. This product state contains scalar and second rank tensor contributions and these polarizations could be observed in coincidence experiments. \n\nQuantum mechanics cannot separate the Bell states like the non-hermitian states, and cannot be written as a product. It is, according to ''David Bohm'', “an undivided whole”. Schrödinger in 1936 said entanglement was not “a” difference between quantum and classical mechanics but “the” difference.\n\nIt is entanglement that causes all the fuss. Suppose that an entangled pair of, say photons, are produced and then separated as EPR described, then they are still an undivided whole even though separated by space-like distances. According to the Born concept of the wave function, when one of the pair is measured, its partner “instantaneously” collapses into the state that is complementary to the one being measured. This seems to confirm non-locality. Indeed Gisin has done experiments that show that the collapse happens 10,000,000 times faster than the speed of light! The way of reconciling this with Einstein’s relativity is to make arguments and conclude, as ''Clauser'' did, that quantum mechanics and relativity live in “peaceful coexistence”. Moreover, in a private conversation with Gisin, he stated that the notion of non-locality is beyond human understanding and we are in a new realm of physics for which no mechanism can be found to explain the results.\n\nWith this background, Professor Sanctuary has shown:\n\n■ Quantum correlations are a property of the system alone and have nothing to do with the way filters are set. The filters only select certain sub-ensembles of particles.\n\n■ The statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics assumes that every spin has a unique axis of quantization, and such spins have their own microstate (body fixed coordinate system). \n\n■ At this level, beyond the range of direct measurement, a single spin has two orthogonal axes of angular momentum and a quantum phase. The quantum phase orients atwo dimensional spin in three dimensional Cartesian space.\n \nThe view here is that the wave function describes a statistical ensemble of microstates prepared for measurement. This view follows the way experiments are performed: that a large number of events are collected and averaged. Many issues are resolved and new ideas emerge:\n\n* Restores locality repudiates non-locality.\n* Shows that a spin is a two dimensional system, not one dimensional.\n* Introduces the concept of the biparticle (a separated formally entangled spin pair).\n* Shows a spin has a superposed state of angular momentum formed from the two spin components.\n* Resolves the double slit experiments.\n* Shows that at the microstate level, the states are coherent and so the state operators are non-hermitian. \n* Completes quantum mechanics so all attributes are simultaneously dispersion free.\n* Shows that a microstate exists with the experimental proof being the violation of Bell’s Inequalities. These experiments distinguish the one and two dimensional spin. They do not distinguish locality from non-locality.\n* Distinguishes microstates (that can only be indirectly measured) from macrostates (which are statistical ensembles of similarly prepared spins ready for direct measurement).\n* Shows that hidden variable theories are unnecessary based on present experimental results.\n* Supports the statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics.\n* Resolves the detection loophole.\n* Gives an explanation for why maximum violation of Bell’s Inequalities occurs when the three filter settings are 60 degrees apart.\n* Gives an explanation for asymmetry in the EPR data (which cannot be explained by an isotropic singlet state).\n* Shows that quantum channels do not exist and teleportation cannot happen in the usual way suggested, (that is non-locality or “EPR channels” are not responsible and do not exist).\n* Introduces the concept of quantum phase, which orients a particle in its microstate.\n* Introduces the concept of quantum correlations length, QCL, that is a measure of the degree of randomization that has occurred. A QCL of √3 is the longest for a spin ½ in its microstate; a QCL √2, corresponds to a phase randomized spin; and when it is unity, the QCL corresponds to the usual one dimensional spin encountered in experiments that prepare spins for direct measurement.\n* Suggests that changing the description of a spin from 1D to 2D will have repercussions to the structure of nuclear matter.\n\nIn order to include coherent microstates into quantum mechanics, the hermiticity postulate must be changed to allow for non-hermitian state operators. This change completes quantum mechanics in the sense that EPR might have envisioned. Recall the famous statement by EPR: If, without in any way disturbing a system, we can predict with certainty (i.e. with probability equal to unity) the value of a physical quantity, then there exists an element of physical reality corresponding to this physical quality.\n\nThese notions are controversial but make convincing physical sense. In addition, the non-hermitain theory of single spins provides a way of understanding how the correlations are maintained between the two entangled yet separated particles. It also gives a mechanism for quantum teleportation which is almost prosaic.
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[img[Bryan's dog, Pasha, in top right!|images/photos/ubc_years/01.jpg]]\n\n■ As a graduate student: see Bryan's dog, Pasha, in top right hand corner.\n\n[img[Gad students at UBC about 1969|images/photos/ubc_years/02.jpg]]\n\n■ Graduate student days. Forgot names now except right of Bryan (center) is Paul. \n\n[img[Pasha and Bryan|images/photos/ubc_years/03.jpg]]\n\n■ Pasha and Bryan.\n\n[img[Summer job, 1967, Kitamat|images/photos/ubc_years/04.jpg]]\n\n■ In Kitamat, 1967 where Bryan worked for a summer.\n\n[img[Grad student card|images/photos/ubc_years/05.jpg]]\n\n■ Grad student card.\n\n[img[Pasha, 1969|images/photos/ubc_years/06.jpg]]\n\n■ Pasha, was a great dog. Mingy, Bryan's wife, worked in cancer research and saved him from experiments. He became their constant companion and they did lots together. Really smart dog who loved children and actually sneaked out to play with them in parks. He was strong and gentle, did not pick fights but did not back down from aggressive dogs. Perhaps the most important thing for Bryan is that in 1971 he was skiing with Pasha on Mount Seymour in North Vancouver and got lost. They had to spend the night together. Without the comfort and warmth of Pasha, Bryan likely would have not made it. He was found the next day and an hour later in hospital, his body temperature was about 30 °C (86 F).
!Flash movies\n''[1] The 2D spin and its exchange spin'' [ [[view|images/videos/flash/Pr2_1-Spin_2009/Pr2_1-Spin_2009.swf]] ] [ [[download|images/videos/flash/Pr2_1-Spin_2009/Pr2_1-Spin_2009.swf]] ]\n\nHere is seen the two dimensional spin in its own body fixed coordinate system. Since the two axes of spin quantization are indistinguishable in the absence of any intereactions, the new spin of √2 forms. This is a hermitian state with magnitude which is √2 larger than the usually point particle spin of quantum theory.\n\nThis movie shows how the quantum phase, in the //y//-axis, orients the 2D spin in 3D space and the two orientations form the resonance or exchange spin.\n\nNote that the √2 spin can form in any of the quadrants and, since its eigenvalues are the same in each, each orientation of the spin is indistiguishable, leading to degeneracy of physical reality.\n\n''[2] The isolated resonance exchange spin of zero angular momentum—a Magnetic Monopole'' [ [[view|images/videos/flash/P5_1/P5_1.swf]] ] [ [[download|images/videos/flash/P5_1/P5_1.swf]] ]\n\nAn isolated spin ½ forms a resonance or exchange spin which cannot be obtained from quantum mechanics. It can only be obtained by allowing for non-hermitian states. Moreover, the new resonance spin is the square root of 2 larger than the usual spin ½, and this is the source of the correlations that leads to violation of Bell's Inequalities.\n\nThis new spin can be oriented in any of its body fixed coordinate quadrants and this resonance state leads to an average net angular momentum of zero. That is, this isolated spin resonance has the properties of a magnetic monopole!\n\nSince each √2 spin is degenerate, then physical reality at the microscopic level is different from that in our macroscopic world because of indistinguishability.\n\n''[3] The 2D spin near a magnetic probe which destroys the √2 spin and restores the usual spin ½'' [ [[view|images/videos/flash/spin_1/spin_1.swf]] ] [ [[download|images/videos/flash/spin_1/spin_1.swf]] ]\n\nAs soon as the √2 spin feels the interaction from a probe, its axes become distinguishable and the √2 spin cannot form. It leads to the usual point particle of spin ½ that we normally deal with in quantum theory.\n\n!Zip files\n■ Separable Bell States [ [[download|images/videos/flash/separable_bell_states.zip]] ]
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