Karl Svozil

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Karl Svozil
Born 1956 (1956)
Vienna, Austria
Residence Austria
Nationality Austrian
Fields Physicist
Institutions Vienna University of Technology
Alma mater University of Vienna
Heidelberg University
Known for Theoretical Physics

Karl Svozil (born December 18, 1956, Vienna, Austria) is an Austrian physicist educated at the University of Vienna and Heidelberg University. Visiting scholar at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory of the University of California at Berkeley, U.S.A. (1982–1983), the Lebedev Institute of the Moscow State University, and the Ioffe Institute, St. Petersburg (1986). Docent in Theoretical Physics at the Vienna Technical University. Ao. Univ. Professor at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Vienna Technical University. External Researcher at the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science[1] of the University of Auckland.

Research in quantum theory, applications of computability theory, algorithmic information theory, constructive mathematics (in Errett Bishop's sense) in theoretical physics, equilibrium dynamics.[2]

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  1. ^ CDMTCS External Researchers
  2. ^ Svozil's publications

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • K. Svozil. Quantum Logic, Springer, Singapore, 1998, xviii+214 pages.

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