Quantum Creativity

December 4, 1998
Sponsored by the Bhaktivedanta Institute*

Speaker: Amit Goswami, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Oregon

Abstract: Quantum physics enables us to set the proper context of our creativity — both inner and outer. I will discuss how consciousness engages in quantum creativity and also present my view on the future of education.


Goswami, A.; The Self Aware Universe, Putnam's Sons: New York, 1995.
Goswami, A.; Quantum Creativity, Hampton Press: Cresskill, New Jersey; 1998 (the latter may be available for book signing on Dec. 4)

Friday, December 4, 1998
Room 300, Health Sciences West, University of California, San Francisco *
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm Social; 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Lecture and Discussion

(Please note the earlier time for this meeting)

Registration: If you are attending for the first time, please pre-register by calling K. P. Rajan, Ph.D. at (510) 841-7618, or Jean Burns, Ph.D., at (510) 481-7507 (e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Directions: The closest parking is the UCSF public garage at 500 Parnassus Avenue ($1.75/hr). You may be able to find some free street parking within a few blocks of the campus. We post directions to reach Health Sciences West building in the lobby of the Medical Sciences building (513 Parnassus), across the street from the UCSF garage.

* The Bhaktivedanta Institute and UCSF are not affiliated. The use of meeting rooms at the University of California, San Francisco, by non-profit organizations does not imply that the University endorses this organization or the material being presented.