Date: 12. 04. 2023 - 19:00
Lecture by profesor Joseph Maftoul.
Quantum science arose at the beginning of the last century and is unique in that it is not "classical" science: it uses concepts that aren't intuitive and often even seem impossible. To understand it, we cannot do without deep physical and mathematical knowledge, but even without equations it is possible to understand how the quantum description of our reality differs from the classical, "everyday" approach to that same reality.
In this lecture, we will explain the basic concepts of quantum physics and talk about what makes this field of science exceptional compared to others.
In the final part of the lecture, we will also touch on some philosophical aspects of quantum theory: how does today's physics see reality?
Lecturer: Joseph Maftoul, Researcher Technology University, 1971-1978; Ecole Superieure Electrical, Gif/Yvette, France, 1978-1980; Assistant professor University Paris VII, 1980-1990. Senior project manager Schneider Electric, Grenoble, France, since 1990. Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
The lecture will take place as part of the month long cultural festival "Israel Days" organized on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Israel's independence, and in which the Beseder Gallery will also offer an exhibition with works by photographer Helen Mountaniol and musician Kutiman, a jazz concert by the Petra Ernyei Trio, a discussion on Czech-Israeli relations, a signing of the comic book "So here we are, Moses!!!" by writer Pavlína Šulcová and artist Kakalík, a workshop for adults and children on baking the Jewish holiday bread challah and many others.
The festival is under the patronage of the Embassy of Israel in Czech Republic.