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Quantum Brain Dynamics
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2020 (Open) Submit Now
Dragan Milovanovic, PhD
Professor and Bernard J. Brommel Distinguished Research Professor Justice Studies Program, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, USA
Research Interests: Social Sciences; Medicine Neuroscience Physics; Astronomy; Mathematical Analysis; Quantum Holography
About This Topic
Quantum brain dynamics (QBD) is a group of hypothesis which explains the function of the brain within the framework of quantum field theory. It posits that quantum mechanical phenomena, such as quantum entanglement and superposition, may play an important part in the brain's function and could form the basis for an explanation of consciousness. Quantum brain dynamics is originated in the 1960s by the great theoretical physicist, Hiroomi Umezawa. Both quantum physics for sub-microscopic constituents of brain cells and tissues, and classical physics for the microscopic and macroscopic constituents, are simultaneously justified by this theory. It poses an alternative to the dominant conceptions in the neuro- and cognitive sciences, which take neurons organized into networks as the basic constituents of the brain. Certain physical substrates in the brain are shown to support quantum field phenomena, and the resulting strange quantum properties are used to explain consciousness and memory. The whole of memory is stored in such a state of macroscopic order and consciousness is realized by the creation and annihilation dynamics of energy quanta of the electromagnetic field and molecular fields of water and protein. In addition, many neural processes related to quantum states. In this special issue, we welcome any papers that show new view, conception, inventive and original approaches in quantum brain dynamics. Original research reports, review articles, communications, and perspectives are welcome in all areas pertinent to this topic. All accepted papers will be published free of charge.
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