Oskars Rubenis

Research Students (from 2010-01-01 until 2012-12-31)

Master thesis in Physics, 2010 - 2012

Research interest

I have always been fascinated by phenomenon where a large number of objects interacts with each other. At the first glimpse these systems seem unpredictable and chaotic. But it is not fully true. All the living systems exist between absolute chaos and absolute orderness. For example, if heart beating goes into the state where it characteristics are absolutely fixed, then it indicates myocardial infarction prestate. So, life is a process which is characterized by continuous struggle against the increase of entropy. To describe such systems it is necessary to use probability theory, theory of dynamical systems, classical and quantum statistical mechanics.

Academic background

2010 - 2012 Studies in international MSc physics program
University of Rostock, Rostock/Germany
2004 - 2008 4 year BSc in physics
University of Latvia, Riga/Latvia


Selected publications