Call for Papers - John S. Bell issue 2018

In 1935, Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen constructed a thought quantum experiment, which showed that either the wave function does not provide a complete description of physical reality or measuring one particle from a quantum entangled pair instantaneously affects the second particle regardless of how far apart the two entangled particles are. Bell's theorem demonstrated that completing quantum physics with local hidden variables can never reproduce all of the predictions of quantum mechanics and allowed quantum non-locality to be tested and confirmed in actual physical experiments.

Articles for the next John S. Bell issue of Quanta dedicated to Bell's theorem and quantum non-locality will be considered if submitted before August 31, 2018.