Space-Time (Lorentz-Minkowski Spaces) Symposium

Yayın Tarihi : 22/02/2022
Faculty of Science of Bartın University organized a symposium in the field of Space-Time (Lorentz - Minkowski Spaces), where those interested in theoretical physics and mathematics work extensively.

Academicians from five different universities attended the symposium organized on the Lorentz-Minkowski Space, which underlies all the theories that enable us to understand space-time today. In the symposium held in 6 sessions, several academicians gave speeches on different subjects. Among those; Dean of Faculty of Science Prof. Dr. Bülent Karakaş on "Lorentz Minkowski Space", Kırıkkale University faculty member Prof. Dr. Halit Gündoğan on “Lorentz Matrix Multiplication and Interpretation of Hyperbolic Angle”, Dr. Büşra Aktaş from Kırıkkale University, and Dr. Olgun Durmaz from Atatürk University on "Basic Structures of Kinematics in Lorentz Space".

In the afternoon sessions of the symposium, Prof. Dr. Yusuf Yaylı from Ankara University made a presentation on "Split Quaternions and Its Applications", Assoc. Dr. Erhan Güler from Bartın University made a presentation on "Helical Hypersurfaces in Minkowski Space-Time" and Prof. Dr. Hasan Hüseyin Uğurlu from Gazi University made a presentation on “New Expansions in Real and Dual Lorentzian Spaces”.

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