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Why did we name our company quantumReality?

We, the founders, came together from diverse backgrounds.

One of us had a strong footprint in brand building and marketing, the other had a multi-decade long history in research and development with a strong background in quantum theory.

Sitting together, brainstorming, and combining our thoughts and backgrounds we came up with a number of points on quantum and reality:

Exploring New Realms

Quantum signifies the exploration of new frontiers or realms, much like how quantum mechanics opened up a whole new understanding of the microscopic world.
This emphasizes and reflects our company’s mission to delve into uncharted territories or make strong impacts to a particular field.

Brand Identity and Marketing

From a marketing perspective, the name quantumReality is likely to stand out and be memorable. It suggests a forward-thinking, innovative, and sophisticated brand identity.

Philosophical Underpinnings

The name reflects a philosophical stance or a vision about the nature of reality as informed by quantum theory, which often challenges our conventional and common-sense notions of reality.

At the end of that brainstorming session in 2011, we did incorporate our quantumReality GmbH.

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List of Publications 

Last updated: 01/15/2020 

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J. Hertel: Hypercomputing Minds: New Numerical Evidence 

Tribute to Kurt Gödel 2020 13 – 15 January 2020, Brno, the Czech Republic
physics.muni.cz/~godel/tribute2020

J. Hertel: Hypercomputing Minds: New Numerical Evidence 

16TH CONGRESS OF LOGIC, METHODOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLGY, PRAGUE,AUGUST 05-10, 2019, clmpst2019.flu.cas.cz

J. Hertel: Inductive Complexity of Goodstein’s Theorem,

Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation (UCNC) Proceedings, Orleans, France, September2012, LNCS 7445, Springer 2012, 141-151 

J. Hertel: Frege on the iPad, Talk and iPad Software Demo 

14TH CONGRESS OF LOGIC, METHODOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE NANCY, JULY 19-26, 2011, www.CLMPS2011.org, Volume of Abstracts 

J. Hertel: Computing the Uncomputable Rado Sigma Function,

TMJ 11, Issue 2, 2009 

J. Hertel: On the Difficulty of Goldbach and Dyson Conjectures

 CDMTCS-367, 2009 

J. Hertel: Goodstein Function in Terms of Fast-Growing Function Hierarchies 

The Wolfram Demonstrations Project, 2008,
wolfram.com - Goodstein Functions in terms of ...

J. Hertel: Computing the Uncomputable Rado Sigma Function

in: Proceedings of the 8th International Mathematica Symposium, Avignon, 2006 

J. Hertel: Computing a Fixed Point on a Horizon of Truth,

in: Kurt Goedel Society, Collegium Logicum IX, p.25-29, 2006 

J. Hertel: Reversible Computation and a Toolkit for Quantum Turing Machine Simulation

in: Challenging the Boundaries of Symbolic Computation: Proceedings of the 5th International Mathematica Symposium, Imperial College Press, London, 2003 

J. Hertel: Quantum Turing Machine Simulator, TMJ 8

Issue 3, 2002  [No active research 1982-2001, working in IT] 

J. Hertel: Local Quantum Theory and Fields At A Point

DESY Report T-81-01, 1981 

K. Fredenhagen, J. Hertel: Local Algebras of Observables and Point-Like Localized Fields

Commun.Math.Phys.80, 555, 1981. 

J. Hertel: On Currents Associated with Topological Charges

DESY Report 76/59, 1976 

Note: 

TMJ: The Mathematica Journal (see here: www.mathematica-journal.com) 

List of Patents 

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US20110065421B2 

• US6085099A 

• US8751312B2 

• EP1119211B1