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- A. Lorek
- 1997

A noncommutative *-algebra that generalizes the canonical commutation relations and that is covariant under the quantum groups SO q (3) or SO q (1, 3) is introduced. The generating elements of this algebra are hermitean and can be identified with coordinates, momenta and angular momenta. In addition a unitary scaling operator is part of the algebra.

The q-deformed harmonic oscillator is studied in the light of q-deformed phase space variables. This allows a formulation of the corresponding Hamiltonian in terms of the ordinary canonical variables x and p. The spectrum shows unexpected features such as degeneracy and an additional part that cannot be reached from the ground state by creation operators.… (More)

A q-deformed two-dimensional phase space is studied as a model for a non-commutative phase space. A lattice structure arises that can be interpreted as a spontaneous breaking of a continuous symmetry. The eigenfunctions of a Hamiltonian that lives on such a lattice are derived as wavefunctions in ordinary x-space.

- Kristina Zakharova, Gorji Marzban, Jean-Pierre de Vera, Andreas Lorek, Katja Sterflinger
- Scientific reports
- 2014

Two species of microcolonial fungi - Cryomyces antarcticus and Knufia perforans - and a species of black yeasts-Exophiala jeanselmei - were exposed to thermo-physical Mars-like conditions in the simulation chamber of the German Aerospace Center. In this study the alterations at the protein expression level from various fungi species under Mars-like… (More)

- A. Lorek
- 2008

The dynamical algebra of the q-deformed harmonic oscillator is constructed. As a result, we find the free deformed Hamiltonian as well as the Hamil-tonian of the deformed oscillator as a complicated, momentum dependent interaction Hamiltonian in terms of the usual canonical variables. Furthermore we construct a well-defined algebra SU q (1,1) with… (More)

Water substantially affects nearly all physical, chemical and biological processes on the Earth. Recent Mars observations as well as laboratory investigations suggest that water is a key factor of current physical and chemical processes on the Martian surface, e.g. rheological phenomena. Therefore it is of particular interest to get information about the… (More)

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