Subscribe to our newsletter By subscribing, you agree with Revue’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and understand that Quantum Newsletter will receive your email address. Oct 15, 2022 Issue #5 - Probability evolution in Bohmian mechanics «I am a Quantum Engineer, but on Sundays I have principles.» — John Bell View online Quantum Physics Corner @quant_phys «I am a Quantum Engineer, but on Sundays I have principles.» — John Bell Problem of the week Background According to the pilot wave theory of de Broglie and Bohm, a single electron is both a wave and a point-like particle. Problem Hot off the press Our weekly selection of not-to-be-missed publications. Preprints Why ψ is incomplete indeed: a simple illustrationCan we measure the Wigner time delay in a photoionization experiment?The Wave Function Cannot be a Real Wave — Then, Can We Speak of an Ontology of Particles? Papers Partition of Two Interacting Electrons by a Potential BarrierAn experiment to test the discreteness of time Books Too Big for a Single Mind: How the Greatest Generation of Physicists Uncovered the Quantum World News and views Thinking of moving from academia into industry? Here are some things to consider Reading recommendations Problem of the week - Solution First, we derive the probability evolution equation. Then, we consider the special case. Don’t miss out on the other issues by Quantum Physics Corner Become a member for £4 per month Did you enjoy this issue? Yes No Quantum Physics Corner @quant_phys A weekly newsletter covering new research developments and educational resources in the field of quantum mechanics. You can manage your subscription here. In order to unsubscribe, click here. If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here. Created with Revue by Twitter. Share Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Subscribe to our newsletter By subscribing, you agree with Revue’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and understand that Quantum Newsletter will receive your email address.