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04 Vacaru Raport Stiintific IDEI 2011

04 Vacaru Raport Stiintific IDEI 2011

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Raport stiintific (Scientific Report)
 privind implementarea proiectului in perioada octombrie – decembrie 2011(on Project 
IDEI, PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0256, October – December 2011
(max 5pages)
There are reported four “main” ISI articles published in hard form (see [1-4] inSection 2 with References) and listed five other articles [5-9] which are online, in press, oralmost accepted for publication, and supposed to appear in hard form (and finallyreported) in 2012. We also list a recent electronic preprint [10]. Project funds were usedfor partial support (together with hosts’ accommodations) of two scientific visits in UK-Norway and Italy for four invited seminars [1c-4c], where the scientific results of Projectwere communicated and future collaborations were established. We also provide a list of three invited seminars and two International Conferences [5c-9c] (in Spain and the last onein Brasov, Romania, September 2011) with “bridges” from our former scientific activity tofuture research to be performed following this project.
The Project Proposal was formulated/lodged in May 2011 when it was expected that theresults of competition would be known in early September 2011. We had funds from Western Partners inSpain and Romania (Brasov University and UAIC-Science Department) interested in future collaborations,results and success of this Project (originating from our last 10 years scientific activity and preprints andtalks at International conferences/seminars during 2010).2. It was not possible to acknowledge support of PN IDEI, PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0256 at the end of articlespublished in hard form during September – December 2011 because the final results, contracting andtransfer of money where by the end of October and November 2011; there were not allowed anymodifications in corresponding ISI Journals. Such acknowledgments are contained in the preprint versionsand in publications which will appear in hard form in 2012.3. We list only those published/submitted articles and talks which are relevant to the Objectives of thisProject on “Geometric Methods in Gravity and Nonlinear Dynamics”. Such Objectives will be completedstep by step till October 31, 2014. They can not separated chronologically or between participants at theProject. Here we emphasize that it may take more than 12 months (for math physics and theoreticalphysics journals) and more than 24 months (for math journals) till a paper is reviewed and published. So,we positively use last two years submissions for our “hard variant” papers in 2011-20124. This Report is provided in English because a) the Proposal was in English and evaluated by exteriorreferees, b) all publications and talks were in English and c) there is not a well established terminology inRomanian on such new directions of mathematical physics.5. We consider optimal to provide Titles and Abstracts of four “main” ISI articles [1-4] (one of them [1]being in the “red zone” and [2] in the “yellow zone” as papers which were submitted for respective 4000Ron and 2000 Ron competition as best articles published by Romanian authors in 2011). The “detailed”Report consists also from Sections 1 and 2.
Section 1. Titles and Abstracts of Main Publications [1-4]Main Paper [1].
S. Vacaru, Finsler branes and quantum gravity phenomenology withLorentz symmetry violations,
Class. Quant. Grav.
(2011) 215991; arXiv: 1008.4912DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/28/21/215001 
A consistent theory of quantum gravity (QG) at Planck’s scale almost surelycontains manifestations of Lorentz local symmetry violations (LV) which may be detected atobservable scales. This can be effectively described and classified by models with nonlineardispersions and related Finsler metrics and fundamental geometric objects (nonlinear andlinear connections) depending on velocity
momentum variables. We prove that thetrapping brane mechanism provides an accurate description of gravitational and matterfield phenomena with LV over a wide range of distance scales and recovering in asystematic way the general relativity and local Lorentz symmetries. In contrast to themodels with extra spacetime dimensions, the Einstein–Finsler-type gravity theories arepositive with nontrivial nonlinear connection structure, nonholonomic constraints andtorsion induced by generic off-diagonal coefficients of metrics, and determined by thefundamental QG and
or LV effects.
Main Paper [2].
D. Baleanu and S. Vacaru, Fractional almost Kaehler-Lagrange geometry,
Nonlinear Dynamics 64
(2011) 365-373; arXiv: 1006.5535DOI: 10.1007/s11071-010-9867-3
The goal of this paper is to encode equivalently the fractional Lagrange dynamicsas a nonholonomic almost Kähler geometry. We use the fractional Caputo derivativegeneralized for nontrivial nonlinear connections (N-connections) originally introduced inFinsler geometry, with further developments in Lagrange and Hamilton geometry. Forfundamental geometric objects induced canonically by regular Lagrange functions, weconstruct compatible almost symplectic forms and linear connections completelydetermined by a “prime” Lagrange (in particular, Finsler) generating function. Weemphasize the importance of such constructions for deformation quantization of fractionalLagrange geometries and applications in modern physics.
Main Paper [3].
S. Vacaru, Principles of Einstein-Finsler gravity and cosmology,
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 314
(2011) 012069; [
Proceedings of Spanish Relativity Meeting(ERE 2010): Gravity as a Crossroad in Physics
, Granada, Spain, 6-10 September, 2010]; arXiv:1012. 4148DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/314/1/012069
We analyze the foundations of Finsler gravity theories with metric compatibleconnections constructed on nonholonomic tangent bundles, or (pseudo) Riemannianmanifolds. There are considered "minimal" modifications of Einstein gravity (includingtheories with violation of local Lorentz invariance) and shown how the general relativitytheory and generalizations can be equivalently re{formulated in Finsler like variables. Wefocus on Finsler branes solutions and perspectives in modern cosmology.
Main Paper [4].
D. Baleanu and S. Vacaru, Fedosov quantization of fractional Lagrangespaces,
Int. J. Theor. Phys. 50
(2011) 233-243; arXiv: 1006.5538DOI: 10.1007/s10773-010-0514-z
The main goal of this work is to perform a nonholonomic deformation (Fedosovtype) quantization of fractional Lagrange–Finsler geometries. The constructions areprovided for a fractional almost Kähler model encoding equivalently all data for fractionalEuler–Lagrange equations with Caputo fractional derivative.
 Section 2. All Relevant Articles, Preprints, Seminars and ConferencesA. Articles Published/ Accepted/ in Press / Online /PreprintsA1. Hard form papers published during September - December 20111.
S. Vacaru, Finsler branes and quantum gravity phenomenology with Lorentz symmetryviolations,
Class. Quant. Grav.
(2011) 215991; arXiv: 1008.4912
D. Baleanu and S. Vacaru, Fractional almost Kaehler-Lagrange geometry,
NonlinearDynamics 64
(2011) 365-373; arXiv: 1006.5535
S. Vacaru, Principles of Einstein-Finsler gravity and cosmology,
Journal of Physics:Conference Series 314
(2011) 012069; [
Proceedings of Spanish Relativity Meeting (ERE 2010): Gravity as a Crossroad in Physics
, Granada, Spain, 6-10 September, 2010]; arXiv:1012. 4148
D. Baleanu and S. Vacaru, Fedosov quantization of fractional Lagrange spaces,
Int. J.Theor. Phys. 50
(2011) 233-243; arXiv: 1006.5538
A2. Papers accepted/online till December 2011 [to appear in hard form and finallyreported by December 2012]5.
S. Vacaru, Covariant renormalizable anisotropic theories and off-diagonal Einstein-Yang-Mills-Higgs solutions,
Europhys. Letters (EPL)
(2011) 50001; arXiv: 1108.2023

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