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On Apr 6, 2018, at 10:39 PM, wms121 <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. > wrote:

...follow-up, for instance these two papers showed up on a search for "Bohmian Thesis”:

Some Novel Thought Experiments Involving Foundations of Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information

Dissertation

submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Physics

Omid Akhavan

Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology

Tehran, July 2003

Dissertation

Current-based Simulation Models of Quantum Motion

Johannes Mesa Pascasio

TU Wien, Rigorosum am 26. April 2017

Supervisor Prof. Manfried Faber

Referees

Prof. Maurice A. de Gosson Prof. Basil Hiley

Will keep looking...there was another paper on "Bohmian Quantum Gravity".Several in fact:

Bohmian Quantum Gravity in the Linear Field Approximation

ALI SHOJAI∗

Physics Department, Tehran University, End of North Karegar St., Tehran 14352, IRAN

and

Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics, P.O.Box 19395-5531, Tehran,

IRAN

FATIMAH SHOJAI†

Physics Department, Iran University of Science and Technology, P.O.Box 16765–163, Narmak,

Tehran, IRAN

and

Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics, P.O.Box 19395-5531, Tehran,

IRAN

In this paper we have applied Bohmian quantum theory to the linear

field approximation of gravity and present a self–consistent quantum gravity

theory in the linear field approximation. The theory is then applied to some

specific problems, the Newtonian limit, and the static spherically symmetric

solution. Some observable effects of the theory are investigated.

Relativistic Bohmian mechanics from scalar gravity

Benjamin Koch

Pontificia Universidad Cat ́olica de Chile, Av. Vicun ̃a Mackenna 4860, Santiago, Chile

(Dated: September 11, 2017)

In this article we show that the fundamental equations of relativistic Bohmian mechanics for a single particle can be derived from a scalar theory of curved space-time. This paper is written in honor of David Bohm.

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A proposal for a Bohmian ontology of quantum gravity

Antonio Vassallo†‡ and Michael Esfeld†

†University of Lausanne, Department of Philosophy, CH-1015 Lausanne

‡University of Warsaw, Institute of Philosophy, Krakowskie Przedmieście 3, 00-927 Warsaw

Abstract

The paper shows how the Bohmian approach to quantum physics can be applied to develop a clear and coherent ontology of non-pertur- bative quantum gravity. We suggest retaining discrete objects as the primitive ontology also when it comes to a quantum theory of space- time and therefore focus on loop quantum gravity. We conceive atoms of space, represented in terms of nodes linked by edges in a graph, as the primitive ontology of the theory and show how a non-local law in which a universal and stationary wave-function figures can provide an order of configurations of such atoms of space such that the classical space-time of general relativity is approximated. Although there is as yet no fully worked out physical theory of quantum gravity, we regard the Bohmian approach as setting up a standard that proposals for a serious ontology in this field should meet and as opening up a route for fruitful physical and mathematical investigations.

Bohmian quantum gravity and cosmology

Nelson Pinto-Neto∗and Ward Struyve† January 11, 2018

Abstract

Quantum gravity aims to describe gravity in quantum mechanical terms. How ex- actly this needs to be done remains an open question. Various proposals have been put on the table, such as canonical quantum gravity, loop quantum gravity, string theory, etc. These proposals often encounter technical and conceptual problems. In this chapter, we focus on canonical quantum gravity and discuss how many conceptual problems, such as the measurement problem and the problem of time, can be overcome by adopting a Bohmian point of view. In a Bohmian theory (also called pilot-wave theory or de Broglie-Bohm theory, after its originators de Broglie and Bohm), a system is described by certain variables in space-time such as parti- cles or fields or something else, whose dynamics depends on the wave function. In the context of quantum gravity, these variables are a space-time metric and suit- able variable for the matter fields (e.g., particles or fields). In addition to solving the conceptual problems, the Bohmian approach yields new applications and predictions in quantum cosmology. These include space-time singularity resolution, new types of semi-classical approximations to quantum gravity, and approxima- tions for quantum perturbations moving in a quantum background.