GEOMETRY AND PHYSICS: Aspects of Quantization
The International Conference, June 12-17, 2006
The Graduate School, June 17-30, 2006
Hanoi University of Education, Hanoi -Vietnam
The International Conference Poisson 2006 will be held in Tokyo, June 5-9, 2006
(the week preceding GAP 4).
- Do Ngoc Diep (Hanoi Institute of Mathematics)
- Do Duc Thai (Hanoi University of Education)
- Aissa Wade (Penn State, USA)
- Ping Xu (Penn State, USA)
- Nguyen Tien Zung (University of Toulouse, France)
- Hanoi University of Education (Main sponsor)
- Hanoi Institute of Mathematics
- Science Foundation of Vietnam
Dao Vong Duc (with Do Ngoc Diep, Ha Vinh Tan, Nguyen Ai Viet): Tetrad as key development tool of Einstein-Cartan-Evans (ECE) theory
Abstract: Recently, in physics there is some astonishing event that Evans created some new unified theory for all kind of forces in physics including electromagnetical, gravitational, strong and weak etc... It is the so called new Einstein-Cartan-Evans theory. Estimated that it should be a revolutionary geometrization of physics, realizing the well-known dream of Einstein. This theory is based on differential geometry and symplectic geometry and Poisson geometry, in particular. We expose some results from Differential Geometry those are crucial for Einstein - Cartan - Evans Theory. Our new result is the idea to consider the geometry of fiber bundles over the (1,3)-dimensional spacetime: we examine other models of strings as fiber bundles over the (1,3)-dimensional spacetime. We show that the so called ``tetrad postulate" is indeed provable. We also prove that the string models are fiber bundles over the (1,3)-dimensional spacetime.