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Grete Hermann – Between Physics and Philosophy Edited by Elise Crull and Guido Bacciagaluppi

Andrea Reichenberger
2020 The Mathematical intelligencer  
One of the books, edited by Elise Crull and Guido Bacciagaluppi, bears the title of the workshop Grete Hermann: Between Physics and Philosophy, which was held at the University of Aberdeen in May 2012.  ...  Needless to say, Elise Crull and Guido Bacciagaluppi have provided an important contribution to the history and philosophy of quantum mechanics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00283-020-09978-w fatcat:rrj7z52l5baxreqbywoezsncoi

Elise Crull, Guido Baccagaluppi (Eds.): Grete Hermann: Between Physics and Philosophy. (Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science). Springer: Dordrecht 2016, 281 pp., 106,99€ (hardcover), ISBN 9789402409703

Michael Drieschner
2020 Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie  
The edition 'Grete Hermann-Between Physics and Philosophy' by Elise Crull and Guido Baccagaluppi reviewed here deals mainly with Hermann's work on the philosophy of quantum mechanics.  ...  'Grete Hermann as a Philosopher' by Fernando Leal. He deals mainly with the philosophical tradition Hermann finds herself in, i.e. the line from Kant to Fries to Nelson and to Hermann herself.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10838-020-09534-2 fatcat:npmcl75v2felvfh4drrguffaz4

Translation of Three Short Papers by Grete Hermann

Guido Bacciagaluppi
2020 Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie  
Indeed, Hermann is firmly committed to the idea that there are no pure observations.  ...  The position Hermann summarises is an extension of her work on quantum mechanics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10838-020-09530-6 fatcat:2lxgoyx4xjdl5d72p7etnlonv4

Titelei/Inhaltsverzeichnis [chapter]

Gabriele Patitz, Andreas Gerdes, Hermann Rothenhöfer, Guido Buschbacher, Tobias Bürkle, Lorena Rombach, Bettina Marquardt, Alexander Amann
2017 BAUSUBSTANZ Thema: Betoninstandsetzung.  
Alle in dieser Publikation veröffentlichten Beiträge sind urheberrechtlich geschützt. Jegliche Verwertung außerhalb der engen Grenzen des Urheberrechtsgesetzes ist ohne Zustimmung des Verlages unzulässig und strafbar. Haftungsausschluss: Die in dieser Publikation veröffentlichten Beiträge wurden nach bestem Wissen und Gewissen geprüft. Eine Gewähr für die Richtigkeit und Vollständigkeit kann jedoch nicht übernommen werden. Eine Haftung für etwaige mittelbare oder unmittelbare Folgeschäden oder
more » ... nsprüche Dritter ist ebenfalls ausgeschlossen. Namentlich gekennzeichnete Beiträge geben nicht notwendigerweise die Meinung der Redaktion wieder.
doi:10.51202/9783738800357-2 fatcat:vlqgwrxpvzdp3bjfl7nmomizgi

2,3,5,6-Tetrafluoro-1,4-bis(trimethylsilyl)benzene

Maik Finze, Guido J. Reiss, Hermann-Josef Frohn
2012 Acta Crystallographica Section E  
E68, o1082 [https://doi.org/10.1107/S1600536812010677] 2,3,5,6-Tetrafluoro-1,4-bis(trimethylsilyl)benzene Maik Finze, Guido J. Reiss and Hermann-Josef Frohn S1.  ... 
doi:10.1107/s1600536812010677 pmid:22589946 pmcid:PMC3344037 fatcat:xguoth2qdvhfzeocrtrzvn6l6y

Über Anilidochinone aus Benzochinon und den Nitranilinen

Guido Meyer, Hermann Suida
1918 Justus Liebig s Annalen der Chemie  
Uber Anilidochinone aus Benzochinon und den Nitranilinen ; von Guido Meyer und Hermann Suida.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jlac.19184160204 fatcat:ip57dlcxw5hwnd3yf45p7hxbtm

GCSH antisense regulation determines breast cancer cells' viability

Anna Adamus, Petra Müller, Bente Nissen, Annika Kasten, Stefan Timm, Hermann Bauwe, Guido Seitz, Nadja Engel
2018 Scientific Reports  
Since it is known that cancer cells exhibit a preference for increased glycine consumption, the respective glycine metabolizing enzymes are in focus of many research projects. However, no cancer associated studies are available for the Glycine Cleavage System Protein H (GCSH) to date. Our initial analysis revealed a GCSH-overexpression of the protein-coding transcript variant 1 (Tv1) in breast cancer cells and tissue. Furthermore, a shorter (391 bp) transcript variant (Tv*) was amplified with
more » ... increased expression in healthy breast cells and a decreased expression in breast cancer samples. The Tv1/Tv* transcript ratio is 1.0 in healthy cells on average, and between 5-10 in breast cancer cells. Thus, a GCSH-equilibrium at the transcript level is likely conceivable for optimal glycine degradation. A possible regulative role of Tv* was proven by Tv1-Tv*-RNA-binding and overexpression studies which consequently led to serious physiological alterations: decreased metabolic activity, release of the lactate dehydrogenase, increased extracellular acidification, and finally necrosis as a result of impaired plasma membranes. In contrast, Tv1-overexpression led to an additional increase in cellular vitality of the tumor cells, primarily due to the acceleration of the mitochondrial glycine decarboxylation activity. Ultimately, we provide the first evidence of a sensitive GCSH-antisense regulation which determines cancerous cell viability.
doi:10.1038/s41598-018-33677-4 pmid:30337557 pmcid:PMC6193953 fatcat:yvdor24e6bbl5n3vhjhocoqoby

Physics and Beyond: Essay review of Kay Herrmann (Ed.): Grete Henry-Hermann: Philosophie–Mathematik–Quantenmechanik. Springer: Wiesbaden 2019, xv + 663 pp

Guido Bacciagaluppi
2020 Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie  
during the preparation of this review, as well as to the many wonderful colleagues and friends (in particular Elise Crull) with whom and thanks to whom I have discovered the fascinating figure of Grete Hermann  ...  This is a point Hermann illustrates explicitly herself (p. 146).  ...  Additionally, Hermann published in English an encyclopedia entry on Leonard Nelson (Henry-Hermann 1967) , as well as in French another article on Nelson (Henry 1976 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10838-020-09529-z fatcat:ky563ixrevatjm7a6elzfn5ive

Sicherheitsherausforderungen in hochverteilten Systemen

Hermann de Meer, Michael Diener, Ralph Herkenhöner, Markus Kucera, Michael Niedermeier, Andreas Reisser, Guido Schryen, Michael Vetter, Thomas Waas, Emrah Yasasin
2013 PIK - Praxis der Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikation  
Hermann de Meer: Lehrstuhl für Rechnernetze und Rechnerkommunikation, Universität Passau, Innstrasse 43, D-94032 Passau ■ ■ Achtung Autor, bitte für den linken Platzhalter noch ein Porträtfoto nachlieferen  ... 
doi:10.1515/pik-2013-0015 fatcat:einyhkduezhptpc2jmdedjenze

Coupled Vortex Oscillations in Spatially Separated Permalloy Squares

Andreas Vogel, Thomas Kamionka, Michael Martens, André Drews, Kang Wei Chou, Tolek Tyliszczak, Hermann Stoll, Bartel Van Waeyenberge, Guido Meier
2011 Physical Review Letters  
The influence of the magnetostatic interaction on vortex dynamics in arrays of ferromagnetic disks is investigated by means of a broadband ferromagnetic-resonance setup. Transmission spectra reveal a strong dependence of the resonance frequency of vortex-core motion on the ratio between the center-tocenter distance and the element size. For a decreasing ratio, a considerable broadening of the absorption peak is observed following an inverse sixth power law. An analogy between the vortex system
more » ... nd rotating dipoles is confirmed by micromagnetic simulations.
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.106.137201 pmid:21517417 fatcat:pxpzjsekvzdt5ergjmieyqfvnm

Magnetic Antivortex-Core Reversal by Circular-Rotational Spin Currents

Thomas Kamionka, Michael Martens, Kang Wei Chou, Michael Curcic, André Drews, Gisela Schütz, Tolek Tyliszczak, Hermann Stoll, Bartel Van Waeyenberge, Guido Meier
2010 Physical Review Letters  
Topological singularities occur as antivortices in ferromagnetic thin-film microstructures. Antivortices behave as two-dimensional oscillators with a gyrotropic eigenmode which can be excited resonantly by spin currents and magnetic fields. We show that the two excitation types couple in an opposing sense of rotation in the case of resonant antivortex excitation with circular-rotational currents. If the sense of rotation of the current coincides with the intrinsic sense of gyration of the
more » ... rtex, the coupling to the Oersted fields is suppressed and only the spin-torque contribution locks into the gyrotropic eigenmode. We report on the experimental observation of purely spin-torque induced antivortex-core reversal. The dynamic response of an isolated antivortex is imaged by time-resolved scanning transmission x-ray microscopy on its genuine time and length scale.
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.105.137204 pmid:21230805 fatcat:iytwnpm33vgzxlob3ojgse5a5q

Wave modes of collective vortex gyration in dipolar-coupled-dot-array magnonic crystals [article]

Dong-Soo Han, Andreas Vogel, Hyunsung Jung, Ki-Suk Lee, Markus Weigand, Hermann Stoll, Gisela Schütz, Peter Fischer, Guido Meier and Sang-Koog Kim
2013 arXiv   pre-print
Lattice vibration modes are collective excitations in periodic arrays of atoms or molecules. These modes determine novel transport properties in solid crystals. Analogously, in periodical arrangements of magnetic vortex-state disks, collective vortex motions have been predicted. Here, we experimentally observe wave modes of collective vortex gyration in one-dimensional (1D) chains of periodic disks using time-resolved scanning transmission x-ray microscopy. The observed modes are interpreted
more » ... ed on micromagnetic simulation and numerical calculation of coupled Thiele equations. Dispersion of the modes is found to be strongly affected by both vortex polarization and chirality ordering, as revealed by the explicit analytical form of 1D infinite chains. A thorough understanding thereof is fundamental both for lattice vibrations and vortex dynamics, which we demonstrate for 1D magnonic crystals. Such magnetic disk arrays with vortex-state ordering, referred to as magnetic metastructure, offer potential implementation into information processing devices.
arXiv:1303.4170v1 fatcat:ahikbebfkjf3vgzy3zlvmmozua

Sepsis in mechanically ventilated patients with spinal cord injury: a retrospective analysis

Sebastian Weiterer, Sarah Frick, Christoph Lichtenstern, Andreas Hug, Florian Uhle, Markus Alexander Weigand, Guido Hundt, Benedikt Hermann Siegler
2018 Spinal Cord  
Study Design Retrospective analysis. Objectives Sepsis, one of the most frequent and life-threatening complications on intensive care units (ICUs), is associated with a need for mechanical ventilation (MV) as well as adverse respiratory outcomes in hospitalized individuals. However, it has poorly been investigated in patients with spinal cord injury (SCI); a population at high risk for pulmonary and infectious complications. Setting Spinal Cord Injury Center, Heidelberg University Hospital.
more » ... ods Over a 5-year period, 182 individuals with SCI requiring MV during their ICU stay were analyzed. Data assessment included demographics, medical characteristics, focus and causative pathogen of sepsis, length of stay, weaning outcomes, and mortality. Results Sepsis was recorded in 28 patients (15%), containing a subgroup of individuals suffering from infectious SCI and co-occurring primary sepsis with Staphylococcus aureus as the predominant microorganism. In most individuals, sepsis was found as secondary complication, which was associated with pulmonary foci, Gram-negative bacteria, and high mortality. More than 80% of individuals with secondary sepsis required induction of MV due to respiratory failure. Furthermore, respiratory failure was found to be independent of sepsis focus, spectrum of causative pathogens, SCI etiology, or severity of injury. Subsequent weaning from the respirator was prolonged in more than 90% with a high proportion of weaning failure. Conclusions Sepsis predominantly occurs as a secondary complication after SCI and is associated with detrimental outcomes. Although the lung is frequently affected as a failing organ, not all sepsis foci are pulmonary. Awareness of both actual sepsis focus and causative pathogen is central to initiate an adequate sepsis treatment.
doi:10.1038/s41393-018-0217-5 pmid:30413803 fatcat:55xfafk24fbrjnnqyn2uwnw6mi

Helicobacter pyloriamong Preschool Children and Their Parents: Evidence of Parent‐Child Transmission

Dietrich Rothenbacher, Guenter Bode, Gabriele Berg, Ute Knayer, Theodor Gonser, Guido Adler, Hermann Brenner
1999 Journal of Infectious Diseases  
This study assessed the role of parental infection status in the transmission of Helicobacter pylori infection in a large population-based sample of preschool-aged children. The subjects, who lived in Ulm, Germany, and in two nearby communities, were screened for school fitness between January and July 1997. Their H. pylori infection status was determined by 13 C-urea breath test. Of 1522 eligible children, 1221 (80.2%) participated in the study. Crude prevalence of H. pylori infection in
more » ... en was 11.3% (95% confidence interval [CI], 9.5-13.3) and 36.4% in their parents (95% CI, 33.5-39.4). The crude odds ratio (OR) for H. pylori infection of children whose mothers were infected was 16.5 (95% CI, 8.9-30.8) and 7.9 after adjustment for potential confounders (95% CI, 4.0-15.7). The crude OR if the child's father was infected was 7.8 (95% CI, 2.5-24.2) and 3.8 after adjustment for potential confounders (except maternal infection) (95% CI, 0.8-19.1). The results suggest that infected parents, especially infected mothers, may have a key role in transmission of H. pylori within families.
doi:10.1086/314595 pmid:9878024 fatcat:t4ec37thlbcflfrtslp6sgortu

Interleukin-10 expression is autoregulated at the transcriptional level in human and murine kupffer cells

Percy A. Knolle, Anja Uhrig, Ulrike Protzer, Martin Trippler, Rainer Duchmann, Karl-Hermann Meyer zum Büschenfelde, Guido Gerken
1998 Hepatology  
Interleukin 10 (IL-10) is known to downregulate immune responses. The regulation of IL-10 gene expression therefore determines the outcome of local immune reactions. We investigated time course and downregulation of IL-10 production in primary Kupffer's cells (KC), which are known to secrete IL-10 in response to endotoxin challenge. Human and murine KC were isolated by centrifugal elutriation and investigated for IL-10 gene expression by a two-step amplification procedure (reverse
more » ... olymerase chain reaction [PCR] followed by T7-polymerase chain reaction). We show that IL-10 messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) showed a G450 fold increase in KC 2 hours after endotoxin challenge. IL-10 protein release from KC strictly depended on de novo protein synthesis. Endotoxin mediated increase in IL-10 gene expression was downregulated by exogenous (G350-fold reduction of IL-10 mRNA level), as well as endogenous IL-10 protein, showing a negative autoregulatory feedback loop. IL-10 receptor expression was found to be constitutive and functional in KC. Early expression of IL-10 in KC may be of functional relevance to the outcome of immune and inflammatory reactions in the liver sinusoid. The negative autoregulation of IL-10 expression may represent a mechanism to regain a state of functional responsiveness in the microenvironment towards new proinflammatory stimuli. In conclusion, autoregulatory downregulation of IL-10 expression in KC may account for important regulatory steps of local immune response in the liver sinusoid. (HEPATOLOGY 1998;27:93-99.)
doi:10.1002/hep.510270116 pmid:9425923 fatcat:bjd6kswi7ng5livxetedic7gbe
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