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Curriculum vitae van Nicolaas Pieter Landsman
11-09-1963 geboren te Nijmegen
03-06-1981 diploma Gymnasium, St. Ignatius College, Amsterdam
01-09-1981 aanvang studie natuurkunde met wiskunde en sterrenkunde (UvA)
01-04-1983 1e plaats (gedeeld) Nederlands jeugdkampioenschap schaken
14-02-1984 kandidaatsexamen cum laude
25-06-1985 doctoraalexamen (oude stijl) theoretische fysica cum laude
21-06-1989 promotie in theoretische hoge-energie fysica (UvA) cum laude
29-11-1997 getrouwd met Imke Kross
30-09-1999 geboorte Julius Landsman
22-02-2001 geboorte Felix Landsman
Academische loopbaan
01-08-1985–30-09-1989 Wetenschappelijk Assistent, Inst. v. Theoretische Fysica, UvA
01-10-1989–30-09-1991 Research Assistant, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
01-10-1991–30-06-1997 Advanced Research Fellow, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, m.u.v.
01-10-1993–30-09-1994 Forschungsstipendiat, II. Institut f. Theoretische Physik, Univ. Hamburg
01-07-1997–30-06-2000 UD in tijd. dienst, Korteweg-de Vries Instituut v. Wiskunde, UvA
01-07-2000– 30-06-2001 UHD in vaste dienst, ibid.
01-07-2001– Hoogleraar mathematische fysica, ibid.
Stipendia
SERC Advanced Research Fellowship, 1991-1997
Forschungsstipendium, Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, 1993-1994
KNAW Fellowship, 1997-2002
FOM Dakpan, 2002-2004
NWO Pionier, 2002-2007
2e geldstroom projecten (NWO)
01-08-1998–31-07-2002 Quantized gauge theories and non-commutative geometry
1 oio: H. Posthuma
01-10-2000–30-09-2002 Spin-statistics connection and Unruh effect in quantum field theory
1 postdoc: B. Kuckert
01-07-2001–30-06-2003 Braided categories, operator algebras, and quantum groupoids
1 postdoc: M. M¨ger (met I. Moerdijk)
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01-08-2002–30-07-2005 Quantization and E-theory
1 oio: R.Bos
01-09-2002–31-08-2007 Quantization, noncommutative geometry, and symmetry
2 oio’s: P. Hochs, N. Kowalzig, 4 postdocs: M. M¨ger, C. Carvalho, 2 vacatures.
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Onderwijs-organisatie
First Dutch Spring School on Mathematical Physics, Nijmegen, 8–12-3-1999 (met R. Dijkgraaf)
Coordinator Masteropleiding mathematische fysica UvA, 2002-
Coordinator MRI Masterclass on Noncommutative Geometry, 2003-04 (met I. Moerdijk).
Seminarium-organisatie
Mathematical Structures in Field Theory, 1997-1999 (met P. Bongaarts en H. Pijls)
Algemeen Wiskundig Colloquium UvA, 1998-1999 (met A. Doelman en T. Koornwinder)
Seminar on Groupoids, 1999-2000 (met I. Moerdijk)
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Seminar on Geometry and Quantization, 2000-2001 (met R. Dijkgraaf, E. Looijenga, en I. Moerdijk)
Seminar on Tensor Categories in Mathematical Physics, 2001-02 (met I.Moerdijk en M. M¨ger)
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Seminar on noncommutative geometry, 2002-03 (met E. Opdam).
PIONIER group seminar on quantization, noncommutative geometry, and symmetry, 2003-04.
Conferentie-organisatie
First Workshop on Thermal Field Theories and their Applications, Cleveland, 3–5-10-1988, co-editor
van de Proceedings Physica A 158, 1989 (met K. Kowalski en Ch.G. van Weert)
Workshop on Quantization, Operator Algebras, and Knots, Enschede, 8–10-10-1998 (met G. Helminck,
T. Koornwinder, en J. v.d. Leur)
Quantization of Singular Symplectic Quotients, Oberwolfach, 2–7-08-1999 (met M. Bordemann, M.
Pflaum, en M. Schlichenmaier)
MSRI Workshop on Quantization and Noncommutative Geometry, Berkeley, 23–27-04-2001 (met A.
Connes, J. Cuntz, N. Higson, G.G. Kasparov, H. Moscovici, M. Rieffel, G. Skandalis, A. Weinstein,
M. Wodzicki, en S. Woronowicz)
Quantization of Poisson spaces with Singularities, Oberwolfach, 19–25-01-2003 (met J. Huebschmann,
M. Pflaum, en M. Schlichenmaier)
Workshop on Noncommutative Geometry, 21–23-05-2003 (met E. Opdam).
Bestuur
Bestuurslid Vereniging van Akademie-Onderzoekers, 1998-2002
Projectleider MF-A-c FOM/GBE Samenwerkingsverband Mathematische Fysica, 1998-
Projectleider Quantization and Operator Algebras, KdV Inst., UvA, 1998-
Lid Commissie FOM/GBE Samenwerkingsverband Mathematische Fysica, 1998-
Lid aio-sollicitatiecommissie KdV Inst., 1999-
Lid facultaire bibliotheekcommissie UvA en de facto vakreferent wiskunde, 2000-
Lid universitaire bibliotheekcommissie UvA, 2001-
Lid DB FOM/GBE Samenwerkingsverband Mathematische Fysica, 2000-
Promovendi
Urs A. Wiedemann, Constraints and Symmetry Breaking in Quantum Field Theory, Cambridge, 1994
Mark A. Robson, The Geometric Quantization of Constrained Systems, Cambridge, 1995
Ken K. Wren, Constrained Quantization of Yang-Mills Theory via Rieffel Induction, Cambridge, 1998
Hessel B. Posthuma, Quantization of Hamiltonian loop group actions, Amsterdam, 2003
Rogier Bos, in voorbereiding, 2006
Peter Hochs, in voorbereiding, 2007
Niels Kowalzig, in voorbereiding, 2007
Afstudeerders
Edwin L.M. Koopman, Dimensional Reduction at High Temperature, Amsterdam, 1989
Joris Portegies Zwart, BRST Reduction and Quantization of Constrained Hamiltonian Systems, Am-
sterdam, 1998
Erik van Erp, The Atiyah-Singer Index Theorem, K-theory, and Quantization, Amsterdam, 2000
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Rachel Brouwer, Morita Equivalence and Bicategories for Rings and von Neumann Algebras, Amster-
dam, 2001
Fonger Ypma, Quasicrystals and K-theory, Amsterdam, in voorbereiding
Recente colleges UvA
C ∗ -algebras and quantum-mechanica, 40 uur, 4e jaars, 1997-98
Symplectische meetkunde, 20 uur, 4e jaars, 1997-98 (met R. Dijkgraaf)
Abstracte harmonische analyse, 20 uur, 3e jaars, 1998-99 en 2000-2001
Von Neumann algebras en knopentheorie, 40 uur, 4e jaars, 1998-99
Minicursus financi¨le wiskunde, 6 uur, aio’s, 1998-99 (met R. de Vilder)
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Categorie¨n en algebraische quantumveldentheorie, 40 uur, 4e jaars, 1999-2000
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K-theory, KK-theory, and E-theory, 8 uur, postgraduate, 2001 (KUN)
Operator algebras and noncommutative geometry, 40 uur, 4e jaars, 2001-02
Mathematical quantum field theory, 40 uur, 4e jaars, 2002-03
C ∗ -algebras and K-theory, 48 uur, 4e jaars, 2003-04.
Conferentievoordrachten op uitnodiging
1. CAP-NSERC Summer Institue in Theoretical Physics, Edmonton, 1987
2. Workshop on Thermal Field Theories and their Applications, Cleveland, 1988
3. Workshop on Finite Temperature Field Theory, Nice, 1990
4. Quark Matter ’90, Menton, 1990
5. 10th International Congress on Mathematical Physics, Leipzig, 1991
6. Journ´es Relativistes, Amsterdam, 1992
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7. XXI Conf. on Differential Geometry Methods in Theoretical Physics, Tianjin, 1992
8. Workshop on Decoherence and the Physics of Information, Aspen, 1992
9. Symposium on Mathematical Physics, Twente, 1993
10. Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, Hamburg, 1993
11. Int. Conf. on Mathematical Physics, Paris, 1994
12. Conf. on New Problems in the General Theory of Fields and Particles, Paris, 1994
13. C ∗ -algebras, Blaubeuern, 1994
14. XIVth Workshop on Geometric Methods in Physics, Bialowieza, 1995
15. Symposium on Algebraic and Constructive Quantum Field Theory, G¨ttingen, 1995
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16. Annual Gadget Meeting on Differential Geometry, Han-sur-Lesse, 1995
17. Mini-Conference on Quantum Theory, London, 1996
18. XXI Int. Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, Goslar, 1996
19. Quantum Structures ’96, Berlin, 1996
20. Quantenfeldtheorie und Wellenfronten, Oberwolfach, 1997
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21. Workshop on Canonical and Quantum Gravity, Warszaw, 1997
22. International Conference on Mathematical Physics, Brisbane, 1997
23. Workshop on Local Quantum Physics, Vienna, 1997
24. Workshop on Non-Commutative Geometry and Fundamental Interactions II, Vietri, 1998
25. International Seminar on Current Topics in Mathematical Cosmology, Potsdam, 1998
26. XVII’th Workshop on Geometric Methods in Physics, Bialowieza, 1998
27. Third Workshop on the Foundations and Constructive Aspects of Quantum Field Theory, Pots-
dam, 1998
28. Samenwerkingsverband Mathematische Fysica, Amersfoort, 1998
29. AMS Summer Research Conference on Groupoids in Physics, Geometry, and Analysis, Boulder,
1999
30. Quantum Theory and Symmetries, Goslar, 1999
31. XVIIIth Workshop on Geometric Methods in Physics, Bialowieza, 1999
32. Gauge Theories and Noncommutative Geometry, Leiden, 1999
33. Noncommutative Geometry, Oberwolfach, 2000
34. Mathematical Physics in Mathematics and in Physics: Quantum and Operator Algebraic As-
pects, Siena, 2000
35. Workshop on Quantization, Warwick, 2000
36. Noncommutative Spaces and Gauge Theory, Berlin, 2001
37. Quantization and Noncommutative Geometry, MSRI, Berkeley, 2001
38. 4th Operator Algebras International Conference: Operator Algebras and Mathematical Physics,
Constanta, Romania, 2001
39. LMS Workshop on New Homological and Categorical Methods in Mathematical Physics, Manch-
ester, 2001
40. Mini-Workshop on the Quantization of Poisson spaces with singularities, Oberwolfach, 2003
41. Nederlands Mathematisch Congres, Nijmegen, 2003.
42. Welle trifft Teilchen, Villigst, 2003.
Voordrachten academisch jaar 2002–2003
1. 13 August, Villigst, Heisenberg und die Atombombe
2. 11 July, Aachen, Quantum mechanics and representation theory: the new synthesis
3. 11 June, Amsterdam (CWI), Kansen en valkuilen bij de popularisering van de wiskunde
4. 23 May, Amsterdam, Functoriality of quantization, KK-theory, and the Guillemin-Sternberg
conjecture
5. 21 May, Amsterdam, Wiskunde en de Verlichting: Descartes - Spinoza - Newton
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6. 9 May, Amsterdam, De wiskunde achter de kwantumtheorie: Van atoomspectra tot niet-commutatieve
meetkunde
7. 1 May, Nijmegen, Quantum mechanics and representation theory: the new synthesis
8. April 11, Amsterdam, The general Baum-Connes conjecture
9. 4 April, Utrecht, The royal path to quantization
10. 11 March, Delft, De wiskunde achter de quantumtheorie: Van atoomspectra tot niet-commutatieve
meetkunde
11. 5 March, Amsterdam, First editions of books by Newton, Huygens en Descartes held by the
University Library
12. 5 March, Amsterdam, Uit het raam staren (gesprek met Gerardjan Rijnders)
13. 13 February, Utrecht, Quantization as a functor
14. 31 January, Amsterdam, Isaac Newton: de eerste moderne wiskundige
15. 23 January, Oberwolfach, Quantization as a functor
16. 15 January, Hamburg, Quantization as a functor
17. 6 December, Amsterdam, KK-theory
18. 13 November, Amsterdam, Isaac Newton: de eerste mathematisch fysicus
19. 1 November, Amsterdam, Connes’s proof of the Atiyah-Singer index theorem II
20. 18 October, Amsterdam, Connes’s proof of the Atiyah-Singer index theorem I
21. 20 September, Amsterdam, The Atiyah-Singer index theorem
22. 6 September, Amsterdam, Overview: from Atiyah-Singer to V. Lafforgue
Affiliaties
Lid van de American Mathematical Society, de International Association for Mathematical Physics,
en het Wiskundig Genootschap. Erelid van de British Society for the Philosophy of Science.
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Publicaties van N.P. Landsman (1 Augustus, 2003)
Boeken
N.P. Landsman, Mathematical Topics Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics, 548p., Springer
Mathematical Monographs, Springer, New York, 1998
N.P. Landsman, M. Pflaum, en M. Schlichenmaier (eds.), Deformation Quantization of Singular Sym-
plectic Quotients, 337p., Progress in Mathematics, Birkh¨user, 2001.
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N.P. Landsman, Requiem voor Newton, Contact, Amsterdam, 2004.
Refereed artikelen
1. Consistent real-time propagators for any spin, mass, temperature and density, Physics Letters
B172, 46–48 (1986).
2. Real- and imaginary-time field theory at finite temperature and density (met Ch.G. van Weert),
Physics Reports 145, 141–249 (1987).
3. Hilbert space and propagator in thermal field theory, Physical Review Letters 60, 1909–1912
(1988).
4. Universal quantum field theory, Proceedings of the CAP-NSERC Summer Institute in Theoretical
Physics, eds. F.C.Khanna and H. Umezawa (World Scientific, Singapore), 204–226 (1988).
5. Non-shell unstable particles in thermal field theory, Annals of Physics (N.Y.) 186, 141–205
(1988).
6. How dissipation solves the infrared problem in thermal QCD, Physica A158, 200–224 (1989).
7. Limitations to dimensional reduction at high temperature, Nuclear Physics B322, 498–530
(1989).
8. Large-mass and high-temperature behaviour in perturbative quantum field theory, Communica-
tions in Mathematical Physics 125, 643–660 (1989).
9. Dimensional reduction at high temperature revisited (met E.L.M. Koopman), Physics Letters
B223, 421–424 (1989).
10. A gauge-independent coupling constant in thermal QCD, Physics Letters B232, 240–246 (1989).
11. C ∗ -algebraic quantization and the origin of topological quantum effects, Letters in Mathematical
Physics 20, 11–18 (1990).
12. Quantization and superselection sectors I. Transformation group C ∗ -algebras, Reviews in Math-
ematical Physics 2, 45–72 (1990).
13. Quantization and superselection sectors II. Dirac Monopole and Aharonov-Bohm effect, Reviews
in Mathematical Physics 2, 73–104 (1990).
14. The inherent non-perturbativeness of thermal field theories (and a possible perturbativization),
Nuclear Physics A525 Proceedings Supplement, Quark Matter ’90, 397c–400c (1991).
15. Algebraic theory of superselection sectors and the measurement problem in quantum mechanics,
International Journal of Modern Physics A6, 5349–5372 (1991).
16. The geometry of inequivalent quantizations (met N. Linden), Nuclear Physics B365, 121–160
(1991).
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17. Superselection rules from Dirac and BRST quantization of constrained systems (met N. Linden),
Nuclear Physics B371, 415–433 (1992).
18. Induced representations, gauge fields, and quantization on homogeneous spaces, Reviews in
Mathematical Physics 4, 503–528 (1992).
19. Deformations of algebras of observables and the classical limit of quantum mechanics, Reviews
in Mathematical Physics 5, 775–806 (1993).
20. Quantization and classicization: from Jordan-Lie algebras of observables to gauge fields, Classical
and Quantum Gravity, 10, S101–S108 (1993).
21. Quantization on Riemannian spaces from groupoid C ∗ -algebras, International Journal of Modern
Physics Proc. Suppl. 3A, 347–350 (1993).
22. Strict deformation quantization of a particle in external gravitational and Yang-Mills fields,
Journal of Geometry and Physics 12, 93–132 (1993).
23. Classical and quantum representation theory, Proc. Sem. Mathematical Structures in Field
Theory 1989-1990, eds. E. A. de Kerf and H.G.J. Pijls, CWI-syllabus 39, Amsterdam, 135–163
(1996),
arXiv:hep-th/9411172.
24. Inaccuracy and spontaneous symmetry breaking in quantum measurements (met T. Breuer en
A. Amann), Journal of Mathematical Physics 34, 5441–5450 (1993).
25. Disjoint final states in quantum measurements (met T. Breuer en A. Amann), Proc. Symp. Foun-
dations of Modern Physics 1993, eds. P. Busch, P. Lahti, and P. Mittelstaedt (World Scientific,
Singapore), 118–126 (1993).
26. Rieffel induction as generalized quantum Marsden-Weinstein reduction, Journal of Geometry
and Physics 15, 285–319 (1995), Err. 17 (1995) 298, arXiv:hep-th/9305088.
27. Observation and superselection in quantum mechanics, Studies in History and Philosophy of
Modern Physics 26 (1995) 45–73, arXiv:hep-th/9411173.
28. Massless particles, electromagnetism, and Rieffel induction (met U.A. Wiedemann), Reviews in
Mathematical Physics 7, 923–958 (1995), arXiv:hep-th/9411174.
29. The Stueckelberg-Kibble model as an example of quantized symplectic reduction (met U.A.
Wiedemann), Journal of Mathematical Physics 37 (1996) 2731–2747, arXiv:hep-th/9508134.
30. Local Quantum Physics, Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 27 (1996) 511–
525.
31. Classical behaviour in quantum mechanics: a transition probability approach, International
Journal of Modern Physics B10 (1996) 1545–1554, arXiv:quant-ph/9511001.
32. Against the Wheeler-DeWitt equation, Classical and Quantum Gravity 12 (1995) L119–L123,
arXiv:gr-qc/9510033.
33. The quantization of constrained systems: from symplectic reduction to Rieffel induction, Quanti-
zation, Coherent States and Poisson Structures. Proc. XIV’th Workshop on Geometric Methods
in Physics, Bialowie˙ a, 1995, eds. A. Strasburger et al. (Polish Scientific Publishers, Warsaw),
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73–89 (1998),
arXiv:dg-ga/9601009.
34. Poisson spaces with a transition probability, Reviews in Mathematical Physics 9 (1997) 29–57,
arXiv:quant-ph/9603005.
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35. Simple new axioms for quantum mechanics, International Journal of Theoretical Physics 37
(1998) 343–348, arXiv:quant-ph/9604008.
36. Classical reduction and quantum induction in constrained systems, Physical Applications and
Mathematical Aspects of Geometry, Groups, and Algebras, Proc. XXI Int. Colloquium on Group
Theoretical Methods in Physics, Goslar 1996, Vol. 1, eds. H.-D. Doebner, W. Scherer, and P.
Nattermann (World Scientific, Singapore), 368–372 (1997).
37. Constrained quantization and θ-angles (met K.K. Wren), Nuclear Physics B502 [PM] (1997)
537–560, arXiv:hep-th/9706178.
38. Quantum Mechanics on Phase Space, Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 30
(1999) 287–305.
39. Constrained quantization in algebraic field theory, Meeting with the Platypus. Proc. XIIth Int.
Congress of Mathematical Physics, Brisbane 1997, eds. A.J. Bracken et al. (International Press,
Boston), pp. 191–196 (1999), arXiv:math-ph/9807029.
40. Representations of the infinite unitary group from constrained quantization, Journal of Nonlin-
ear Mathematical Physics 6 (1999) 161–180.
41. Lie groupoid C ∗ -algebras and Weyl quantization, Communications in Mathematical Physics 206
(1999) 367–381, arXiv:math-ph/9903039.
42. Strict quantization of coadjoint orbits, Journal of Mathematical Physics 39 (1998) 6372–6383,
arXiv:math-ph/9807027.
43. Twisted Lie group C ∗ -algebras as strict quantizations, Letters in Mathematical Physics 46
(1998), 181–188, arXiv:math-ph/9807028.
44. Quantization of singular systems and incomplete motions, Current Topics in Mathematical
Cosmology, eds. M. Rainer and H.-J. Schmidt (World Scientific, Singapore), 256–263 (1998),
arXiv:gr-qc/9807069.
45. Hall’s coherent states, the Cameron-Martin theorem, and the quantization of Yang-Mills theory
on a circle (met K.K. Wren), Coherent States, Quantization and Gravity, eds. M. Schlichenmaier
et al. (WUW, Warszaw, 2001), 23–36, arXiv:math-ph/9812012.
46. Comment on “What is a gauge transformation in quantum mechanics?”, Physical Review Letters
83 (1999) 1070.
47. Compact quantum groupoids, Quantum Theory and Symmetries, (Goslar 1999), eds. H.-D.
Doebner et al., 421–431 (World Scientific, 2000), arXiv:math-ph/9912006.
48. Quantization of Poisson algebras associated to Lie algebroids (met B. Ramazan), Proceedings
of the Conference on Groupoids in Physics, Analysis and Geometry (Boulder 1999), eds. A.
Ramsay and J. Renault, Contemporary Mathematics 282, 159–192 (AMS, Providence, 2001),
arXiv:math-ph/0001005.
49. Quantized reduction as a tensor product, Quantization of Singular Symplectic Quotients, eds.
N.P. Landsman, M. Pflaum, M. Schlichenmaier, 137–180 (Birkh¨user, Basel, 2001),
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arXiv:math-ph/0008004.
50. Bicategories of operator algebras and Poisson manifolds, Mathematical Physics in Mathematics
and Physics: Quantum and Operator Algebraic Aspects, ed. R. Longo, Fields Institute Commu-
nications, (2001), 271–286, arXiv:math-ph/0008003.
51. The Muhly-Renault-Williams theorem for Lie groupoids and its classical counterpart, Letters in
Mathematical Physics 54 (2001) 43–59, arXiv:math-ph/0008005.
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52. Operator algebras and Poisson manifolds associated to groupoids, Communications in Mathe-
matical Physics 222 (2001) 97–117, arXiv:math-ph/0008036.
53. Getting even with Heisenberg, Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 33 (2002)
297–325.
54. Quantization as a functor, Quantization, Poisson Brackets, and Beyond, ed. T. Voronov, Con-
temporary Mathematics 315, 9–24 (AMS, Providence, 2002). arXiv:math-ph/0107023.
55. Quantization and the tangent groupoid, Operator Algebras and Mathematical Physics, Con-
ference Proceedings, Constanta (Romania), July 2-7, 2001, ISBN 973-85432-2-3, eds. J.-M.
Combes, J. Cuntz, G.A. Elliott, G. Nenciu, H. Siedentop, S. Stratila (Theta Foundation, 2003),
arXiv:math-ph/0208004.
56. Deformation quantization and the Baum–Connes conjecture, Communications in Mathematical
Physics, 237 (2003), 87–103, arXiv:math-ph/0210015.
57. Functorial quantization and the Guillemin–Sternberg conjecture, to appear in in S.T Ali et al.
(eds.), Proc. XXth Workshop on Geometric Methods in Physics, Bialowie˙ a, 2002,
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arXiv:math-ph/0307059.
58. Quantum mechanics and representation theory: the new synthesis, 2003.
Populair
1. De erfenis van Dirac en Von Neumann, Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 64 (1998),
151–153.
2. Heisenberg en de Duitse atoombom, Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 67 (2001), 178–
181.
3. ‘Wiskunde wordt het enige criterium’ (interview), Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 67
(2001), 276–278.
4. Hoe geef ik een wiskundige voordracht, Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde 5/2 (2001), 351–355.
5. Wiskunde aan de grenzen van de natuurkunde (oratie), Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde 5/3
(2002), 24–32.
6. Wie was Thomas Young? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 69 (2003), 40–44.
7. De dramatiek van de natuurkunde: Toneelstukken van Frayn en Rijnders onder de loep, Kunst
en Wetenschap 12 (2) (2003), 5–8.
8. Briljante gifmenger: een portret van Isaac Newton, Academische Boekengids 39 (juni 2003),
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