Research Fellow

Green Templeton College, University of Oxford, Oxford OX2 6HG, England

peter.holland[at]gtc.ox.ac.uk

**1.
The new trajectory paradigm in quantum theory**

P.
Holland, Spin-like current from phase space distributions

J. Phys. A: Math.
Theor. 42, 135304 (2009)

P.
Holland, Schršdinger dynamics as a two-phase conserved flow: an alternative
trajectory construction of quantum propagation

J. Phys. A: Math.
Theor. 42, 075307 (2009)

P. Holland, Hidden variables as computational tools: the construction
of a relativistic spinor field

Found.
Phys. 36, 369-384 (2006)

P. Holland, Hydrodynamic construction of the electromagnetic field

Proc. R. Soc. A 461, 3659-3679 (2005)

Enhanced
version of the following paper, including a derivation of MaxwellÕs equations
from the canonical quantization of ÔclassicalÕ paths and a novel expression for
the electromagnetic propagator.

Ann.
Phys. (NY) 315, 505-531 (2005)

**2.
De Broglie-Bohm theory and related studies**

P. Holland, The Quantum Theory of Motion:
An Account of the de Broglie-Bohm Causal Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics,
618 pp. (Cambridge University Press, 1993, reprinted 1995, 1997, 2000, 2004,
Chinese edition 2000) ISBN 0 52148543 6.

The book was digitally reprinted in 2004 so
is in print for eternity, according to the publisher. It can be purchased here
or here
(UK) and here
(US) (where there are some reviews).

P. Holland, Quantum back-reaction and the
particle law of motion

J. Phys. A: Math.
Gen. 39, 559-564 (2006)

P. Holland, WhatÕs wrong with EinsteinÕs 1927 hidden-variable interpretation of quantum mechanics?

Found. Phys. 35, 177-196 (2005)

Includes
a description of a ÔsupernonlocalÕ theory, i.e., a theory more nonlocal than
quantum theory yet compatible with quantal predictions (originally presented in
Found. Phys. 28,
881-911 (1998)).

P.
Holland and C. Philippidis, Implications of Lorentz covariance for the guidance
formula in two-slit quantum interference

Phys. Rev. A 67, 062105
(2003)

Contains
plots of the trajectories in the two-slit experiment for electrons correcting
previous plots that neglected spin effects.

P. Holland, Uniqueness of conserved currents in quantum mechanics

Ann. Phys. (Leipzig) 12, 446-462 (2003)

P. Holland, Hamiltonian theory of
wave and particle in quantum mechanics I: LiouvilleÕs theorem and the
interpretation of the de Broglie-Bohm theory

Nuovo
Cimento B 116, 1043-1070 (2001)

P. Holland, Hamiltonian theory of
wave and particle in quantum mechanics II: Hamilton-Jacobi theory and particle
back-reaction

Nuovo
Cimento B 116, 1143-1172 (2001)

P. Holland, Testing wavefunction collapse (unpublished 1995 paper) pdf

Suggests using protective measurements to discriminate between epistemological and ontological interpretations of the wavefunction.

I am Editor of Physics Letters A covering general physics, quantum physics including quantum optics and quantum information, and gravitation.

The email correspondence address for articles already submitted is

__phys.letters[at]gtc.ox.ac.uk__

Further details of the journal and information on how to submit a paper are here.

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