“Afshin Shafiee”

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IPM Positions

Resident Researcher, School of Physics
(2014 - 2020 )

Past IPM Positions

Resident Researcher, School of Physics
(1994 - 2004)

Non IPM Affiliations

Associate Professor of Sharif University of Technology - Chemistry Department

Research Interests

Foundations of Physics and Chemistry in all related areas (Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Relativity, ...)

Research Activities

1- Bell''''''''''''''''s Theorun and the explanation of Quantum Correlations. 2- Elucidution of the Fair Sampling Assumption in recent Bell Experiments. 3- The meaning of Locality and Seperability in Micro Physics 4- Realism in Quantum Mechanics 5- Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics

Present Research Project at IPM

Reality and Contextuality in physics Bohmian Quantum Mechanics Quantum Effects in Biological Systems; Quantum Decohernce and Quantum to Classical transition; Quantum Mechanics and Macro systems; Foundations of Physics and Information Theory;

Related Papers

1. A. Soltanmanesh, H.R. Naeij and A. Shafiee
Can Thermodynamic Behavior of Alice s Particle Affect Bob s Particle
Scientific Reports 10 (2020), 9045  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1909.10512 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2020/037 Note: Published: 03 June 2020
2. F. Ghasemi and A. Shafiee
A new approach to study the Zeno effect for a macroscopic quantum system under frequent interactions with a harmonic environment
Scientific Reports 9 (2019), 15265   [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2019/053 Note: Published: 24 October 2019
3. F. Ghasemi and A. Shafiee
A quantum mechanical approach towards the calculation of transition probabilities between DNA codons
Biosystems 184 (2019), 103988  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2019/034 Note: October 2019
4. H.R. Naeij and A. Shafiee
Langevin equation for a dissipative macroscopic quantum system: Bohmian theory versus quantum mechanics
Quantum Stud.: Math. Found. (2019), 1-11  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2019/033
5. A. Soltanmanesh and A. Shafiee
Clausius inequality versus quantum coherence
Eur. Phys. J. plus 134 (2019), 282  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2019/031 Note: First Online: 25 June 2019
6. N. Shahmansoori, F. Taher Ghahramani and A. Shafiee
Non-Markovian Dynamics of Macroscopic Quantum Systems in Interaction with Non-Equilibrium Environments
J. Stat. Phys. 176 (2019), 541-555  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1709.05492 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2017/043 Note: First Online: 13 May 2019
7. N. Shahmansouri and A. Shafiee
Leggett-Garg Inequality for a Two-Level System under Decoherence: A Broader Range of Violation
Open Systems & Information Dynamics 25 (2018), 01  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1605.00394 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2018/049
8. V. Salari, H. Naeij and A. Shafiee
Quantum Interference and Selectivity through Biological Ion Channels
Scientific Reports 7 (2017), 41625  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/059
9. H.R. Naeij and A. Shafiee
Position-Momentum Uncertainty Relation for an Open Macroscopic Quantum System
J. Stat. Phys. 165 (2016), 1141-1152  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/049
10. H.R. Naeij and A. Shafiee
Double-Slit Interference Pattern for a Macroscopic Quantum System
Found. Phys. 46 (2016), 1634-1648  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/028 Note: DOI 10.1007/s10701-016-0034-7
11. A. Tirandaz and A. Shafiee
Spin uncertainty relation under decoherence
Quantum Stud.: Math. Found. 3 (2016), 189-201  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/015
12. A. Tirandaz, F. Taher Ghahramani and A. Shafiee
Dissipative Vibrational Model for Chiral Recognition in Olfaction
Phys. Rev. E 92 (2015), 032724  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2015/043
13. A. Shafiee and F. Taher Ghahramani
On the meaning of locality: the overlapping assumptions
Quantum Stud.: Math. Found. 2 (2015), 435-448  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1509.03301 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2015/036
14. A. Shafiee, R. Maleeh and M. Golshani
Common Cause and the Possiblility of Contextual Hidden Variables
 (Preprint) [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2004/013
15. A. Shafiee and M. Golshani
Compelet Correlation, Detection Loophole and Bell's Theorem
 (Preprint) [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2004/009
16. A. Shafiee
A CH-Type Inequality for Real Experiments
J. Mod. Opt. 51 (2004), 1073   [abstract]
arXive.org link: quant-ph/0401022 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2004/008
17. A. Shafiee and M. Golshani
A Bell-Type Inequality for Real Experiments and the Relevance of Fair Sampling Assumption
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: quant-ph/0305110 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2003/091
18. A. Shafiee and M. Golshani
Single-Particle Bell-Type Inequality
Annales de la Foundation Louis de Broglie 28 (2003), 105-118  [abstract]
arXive.org link: quant-ph/9907017 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-1999/040
19. A. Shafiee, M. Golshani and M.G. Mahjani
Bell's Theorem and Chemical Potential
J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 35 (2002), 8627-8634  [abstract]
arXive.org link: quant-ph/0207054 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2001/047
20. A. Shafiee and M. Golshani
On the Significance of Bell's Locality Condition
Annales de la Foundation Louis de Broglie 27 (2002), 101-111  [abstract]
arXive.org link: quant-ph/0002060 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2001/045
21. M. Golshani and A. Shafiee
A GHZ-Type Proof of Bell's Theorem for A Two-Particle Singlet State
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: quant-ph/0110131 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2001/046
22. A. Shafiee and M. Golshani
The Inconsistency of Outcome Independent Hidden Variable Theories
 (Preprint) [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-1999/095
23. A. Shafiee and M. Golshani
The Possibility of Factorizable Contextual Hidden Variable Theories
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: quant-ph/9907060 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-1999/042
24. A. Shafiee and M. Golshani
The Significance of Outcome Independence Condition
 (Preprint) [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-1999/041
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