G. ’t HOOFT 

  1. Renormalization of massless Yang-Mills fields. Nucl. Phys. B33 (1971) 173 - 199. 
  2. Renormalizable Lagrangians for massive Yang-Mills fields. Nucl. Phys. B35 (1971) 167-188.
    Reprinted in: Developments in the Quark Theory of Hadrons. A Reprint Collection. Vol. I: 1964-1978. Eds.: D.B. Lichtenberg and S.P. Rosen, Hadronic Press, Inc. Nonantum, Mass. 02195, U.S.A. 1980, 171-192, and in: Series of Selected Papers in Physics 70, Physical Society of Japan, THEORY OF GAUGE FIELDS, (K. Kikkawa and A. Hosoya eds.), pp 47- 68, and in: Series of Selected Papers in Physics 189, Physical Society of Japan, Field Theory III, (K. Nishijims and N. Nakanishi eds.), pp 49- 70.
    These first two publications form the basis of my thesis, The Renormalization procedure for Yang-Mills Fields, Promotor Prof. Dr. M.J.G. Veltman, Universiteit Utrecht, 1 maart 1972, 4.00 uur (precies). 
  3. Prediction for neutrino-electron cross-sections in Weinberg's model for weak interactions. Phys. Lett. 37B (1971) 195. 
  4. Regularization and renormalization of gauge fields (with M. Veltman). Nucl. Phys. B44 (1972) 189 - 213, reprinted in: Series of Selected Papers in Physics 70, Physical Society of Japan, THEORY OF GAUGE FIELDS, (K. Kikkawa and A. Hosoya eds.), pp 79-103..
  5. Combinatorics of gauge fields (with M. Veltman). Nucl. Phys. B50 (1972) 318 - 353. 
  6. Example of a gauge field theory (with M. Veltman). Proceedings of the Colloquium on Renormalization of Yang-Mills Fields, Marseille, June 19-23, 1972. 
  7. Dimensional regularization and the renormalization group. Nucl. Phys. B61 (1973) 455 - 468. 
  8. An algorithm for the poles at dimension 4 in the dimensional regularization procedure. Nucl. Phys. B62 (1973) 444. 
  9. DIAGRAMMAR (with M. Veltman). Cern report 73/9 (1973), reprinted in "Particle interactions at very high energies". NATO Adv. Study Inst. Series, Sect. B, vol. 4B, 177. 
  10. Gauge field theory. In: Proceedings of the Adriatic Meeting, Rovinj 1973, ed. M. Martinis et al., North Holland/Am. Elsevier, 321. 
  11. "DIAGRAMMAR" and dimensional renormalization; Quantum gravity as a gauge field theory, in: "Renormalization and Invariance in Quantum Field Theory", Capri Summer Meeting, July 1973, ed. E.R. Caianiello, Plenum, New York, 247-263. 
  12. One loop divergencies in the theory of gravitation (with M. Veltman). Ann. Inst. Henri Poincaré, 20 (1974) 69. 
  13. A planar diagram theory for strong interactions. Nucl. Phys. B72 (1974) 461 - 473.
    Reprinted in: The large N Expansion in Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Physics: From Spin Systems to 2-dimensional Gravity. World Scientific Publ. Co. Pte. Ltd, Singapore, 1993. Eds. E. Brézin and S.R. Wadia. pp. 80-93. 
  14. A two-dimensional model for mesons. Nucl. Phys. B75 (1974) 461.
    Reprinted in: The large N Expansion in Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Physics: From Spin Systems to 2-dimensional Gravity. World Scientific Publ. Co. Pte. Ltd, Singapore, 1993. Eds. E. Brézin and S.R. Wadia. pp. 94-103. 
  15. Magnetic monopoles in unified gauge theories. Nucl. Phys. B79 (1974) 276 - 284, reprinted in: Series of Selected Papers in Physics 70, Physical Society of Japan, THEORY OF GAUGE FIELDS, (K. Kikkawa and A. Hosoya eds.), pp 141-149..
  16. Quarks and gauge fields. Proceedings of the Colloqium on "Recent Progress in Lagrangian Field Theory and Applications", Marseille, June 24-28, 1974, ed. by C.P. Korthals Altes, E. de Rafael and R. Stora. 
  17. Quantum Gravity. In: "Trends in Elementary Particle Theory", ed. by H. Rollnik and K. Dietz, Springer-Verlag, 1975, 92. 
  18. Gauge theories with unified weak, electromagnetic and strong interactions, rapporteur's talk given at the E.P.S. Int. Conf. on High Energy Physics, Palermo, 23-28 June, 1975. 
  19. Magnetic charge quantisation and fractionally charged quarks. Nucl. Phys. B105 (1976) 538 - 547. 
  20. Fermion-boson puzzle in a gauge theory (with P. Hasenfratz). Phys. Rev. Lett. 36 (1976) 1119. 
  21. Symmetry breaking through Bell-Jackiw anomalies. Phys. Rev. Lett. 37 (1976) 8, reprinted in Series of Selected Papers in Physics 84, Physical Society of Japan, GAUGE THEORY II (K, Fujikawa and K. Shizuya eds.) pp 49-52
  22. Computation of the quantum effects due to a four-dimensional pseudo-particle. Phys. Rev. D14 (1976) 3432, reprinted in: Series of Selected Papers in Physics 70, Physical Society of Japan, THEORY OF GAUGE FIELDS, (K. Kikkawa and A. Hosoya eds.), pp 217-235.
  23. Quantumchromodynamica - de nieuwe theorie voor sterke wisselwerkingen. Ned. Tijdschr. voor Natuurkunde A43 (1977) 19. 
  24. Gauge theories for strong interactions, (lectures at Erice, July 1975). In: "New Phenomena in Subnuclear Physics", ed. A. Zichichi, Plenum, New York etc., 1977, 261. 
  25. Nonconvergence of the 1/N expansion for SU(N) gauge fields on a lattice (with B. de Wit). Phys. Lett. 69B (1977) 61. 
  26. Some observations on quantum chromodynamics, in: Deeper Pathways in High-Energy Physics, ed. by A. Perlmutter, L.F. Scott. Plenum, New York, etc., 1977, 699. 
  27. Can we make sense out of "Quantum Chromodynamics?", lectures given at the "Ettore Majorana" Int. School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice, July 1977. Publ. in "The Why's on Subnuclear Physics". Ed. by A. Zichichi, Plenum, New York/London, 943. 
  28. Extended objects in gauge field theories. In: Particles and Fields, ed. by D.H. Boal and A.N. Kamal, Plenum, New York etc., 1978, 165. 
  29. On the phase transition towards permanent quark confinement. Nucl. Phys. B138 (1978) 1. 
  30. Non-abelian gauge theories and quark confinement. In: "Current Trends in the Theory of Fields" (Tallahassee 1978). A Symposium in the Honor of P.A.M. Dirac. Ed. J.E. Lannutti and P.K. Williams, A.I.P. Conf. Proc., New York, 1978, 1. 
  31. Quantum gravity: a fundamental problem and some radical ideas. Cargèse Summer School Lectures 1978. Publ. ``Recent Developments in Gravitation''. Cargèse 1978. Ed. by M. Lévy and S. Deser. Plenum, New York/London, 323. 
  32. Scalar one loop integrals (with M. Veltman). Nucl. Phys. B153 (1979) 365 - 401. 
  33. A property of electric and magnetic flux in non-abelian gauge theories. Nucl. Phys. B153 (1979) 141. 
  34. Le confinement permanent des quarks dans la théorie quantique des champs. Colloque International en l'Honneur de Centième Anniversaire de la Naissance d'Albert Einstein. Collège de France, Paris 6-9 Juin 1979. Editions du CNRS, 157. 
  35. Lectures given at the Cargèse Summer Inst., Aug. 26 - Sept. 8, 1979, published in 'Recent developments in gauge theories'. Ed. by G. 't Hooft et al., (Plenum Press, New York NY 1980):
    LECTURE I: Why do we need local invariance in theories with vector particles?
    LECTURE II Which topological features of a gauge theory can be responsible for permament confinement?
    LECTURE III: Naturalness, chiral symmetry, and spontaneous chiral symmetry breaking. Reprinted in: Dynamical Symmetry Breaking, A Collection of Reprints. Ed. by E. Farhi et al. (World Scientific, Singapore). Cambridge 1982, 345-367. 
  36. Gauge theories of the forces between elementary particles. Scientific American 242 6,(1980) 104-138.
    Reprinted in: Particle Physics in the Cosmos. Readings from Scientific American. Eds. R.A. Carrigan, Jr. and W.P. Trower. Publ. by W.H. Freeman and Comp., New York, 1989, 78-105;
    and reprinted in: Gauge Invariance. Eds. T.P. Cheng and Ling-Fong Li. Publ. by: American Association of Physics Teachers, College Park, MD, USA, 1990, 33-51.
    Translated into Polish: Postepy Fizyki 34 (1983) 19-51. 
  37. Confinement and topology in non-abelian gauge theories. Lectures given at the Schladming Winterschool, Febr. 20-29, 1980, Acta Physica Austriaca, Suppl. XXII. (1980) 531-586. 
  38. The topological mechanism for permanent quark confinement in a non-abelian gauge theory. Lectures given at the Arctic Summer School on Physics,
    Äkäslompolo, Lapland, Finland, July 28 - August 7, 1980. Physics Scripta 25 (1982) 133-142. 
  39. On the future of quantum field theory for particle physics. Lectures presented at the Symposium on Perspectives in Modern Field Theories, Stockholm, 23-26 September 1980. Physics Scripta, Vol. 24 (1981) 890-894. 
  40. Aspects of quark confinement. Physics Scripta, Vol. 24 (1981) 841-846. 
  41. Topology of the gauge condition and new confinement phases in non-abelian gauge theories. Nucl. Phys. B190  (1981)  455 - 478. 
  42. Some twisted self-dual solutions for the Yang-Mills equations on a hypertorus. Comm. Math. Phys. 81  (1981)  267 - 275. 
  43. Does quantum chromodynamics imply confinement? Dedicated to Feza
    Gürsey's 60th birthday (1981). 
  44. How well do we understand quantum chromodynamics? Status report of a theory. EPS Int. Conf. on High Energy Physics, Lisbon 9-15 July, 1981. EPS Proceedings (1982) 641-659. Eds. J. Dias de Deus and J. Soffer. 
  45. Niet-perturbatieve methoden in de veldentheorie (met J. Smit), FOM-Jaarboek 1982. 
  46. Is asymptotic freedom enough? Phys. Lett. 109B (1982) 474-476. 
  47. On the convergence of planar diagram expansion. Comm. Math. Phys. 86 (1982) 449-464. 
  48. The confinement phenomenon in quantum field theory. Lecture notes Cargèse Summer School 1981 on Fundamental Interactions. NATO Adv. Study Inst. Series B: Physics, vol. 85, 639-671. Ed. by M. Lévy and J-L. Basdevant. 
  49. Theoretical perspectives. Journal de Physique C3 (1982) 755. 
  50. Borel summability of a four-dimensional field theory. Phys. Lett. 119B (1982) 369-371.
    Reprinted in: The large N Expansion in Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Physics: From Spin Systems to 2-dimensional Gravity. World Scientific Publ. Co. Pte. Ltd, Singapore, 1993. Eds. E. Brézin and S.R. Wadia. pp. 154-156. 
  51. Gauge field theory and permanent quark confinement. In: VII Brazilian Symposium on theoretical physics, Rio de Janeiro, 1982. Eds. J.A. Mignaco and R.C. Shellard, 375-429. 
  52. Rigorous construction of planar diagram field theories in four-dimensional Euclidean Space. Comm. Math. Phys. 88 (1983) 1-25.
    Reprinted in: The large N Expansion in Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Physics: From Spin Systems to 2-dimensional Gravity. World Scientific Publ. Co. Pte. Ltd, Singapore, 1993. Eds. E. Brézin and S.R. Wadia. pp. 157-181. 
  53. Het tijdsbegrip in de fysica. Wat is tijd? Rotterdamse Kunststichting Uitg. (1983) 37-47. 
  54. Is quantum field theory a theory? Kagaku (Jap. Mag. of Sciences), Vol. 53, no. 12 (1983) 744 (Iwanami Shoten, Publ.). 
  55. Book review on: The very early universe by G.W. Gibbons, S.W. Hawking, and S.T.C. Siklos, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1983. 
  56. Understanding Elementary Particles by Gauge Theories, Lecture presented at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in occasion of the award of the Pius XI Gold Medal, November 12, 1983. Commentarii Vol. II, N. 29 (1984) 1-6. 
  57. G. 't Hooft on: 't Hooft G. and Veltman M.: Regularization and renormalization of gauge fields. Nucl. Phys. B44: 189-213, 1972, in Current Contents Vol. 15, No. 16 (1984) 16. 
  58. Three-dimensional Einstein gravity: dynamics of flat space (with S. Deser and R. Jackiw). 
  59. An Ambiguity of the equivalence principle and Hawking's temperature. J. of Geometry and Physics 1 (1984) 45-52. 
  60. Does quantum chromodynamics imply confinement? In: Symmetries in particle physics. Ed. by Itzhak Bars et al. (Plenum Press, New York) 1984. 
  61. Planar Diagram Field Theories. In Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on `` Progress in Gauge Field Theory''. NATO ASI Series. Ed. by G. 't Hooft, A. Jaffe, H. Lehmann, P.K. Mitter, I.M. Singer and R. Stora. Plenum Press, NY, London, 1984, 271-336. 
  62. Breakdown of unitarity in the dimensional reduction scheme (with R. van Damme). Phys. Lett. 150B (1985) 133-138. 
  63. The birth of asymptotic freedom. Nucl. Phys. B254 (1985) 11-18.
  64. On the quantum structure of a black hole. Nucl. Phys. B256 (1985) 727-745. 
  65. Black holes and quantum mechanics. In: Symposium on Anomalies, Geometry, Topology, March 25-28, 1985. Ed. by W.A. Bardeen and A.R. White. 33-49.
  66. The gravitational shock wave of a massless particle (with T. Dray). Nucl. Phys. B253 (1985) 173. 
  67. The effect of spherical shells of matter on the Schwarzschild black hole (with T. Dray). Comm. Math. Phys. 99 (1985) 613. 
  68. Quantum gravity and black holes. In: New Perspectives in Quantum . Field Theories. Proc. of the XVIth GIFT International Seminar on Theoretical Physics, 3-8 June 1985, Jaca, Huesca, Spain. Ed. by J. Abad, M. Asorey and A. Cruz (World Scientific, 1986) 84-129. 
  69. Black Holes and Quantum Mechanics. In: Recent Developments in Quantum Field Theory, J. Ambjorn, B.J. Durhuus and J.L. Petersen (eds), Elseviers Science Pub. B.V. 1985. 237-249. 
  70. Steeds maar hogere energie-fysica. In: Vijftien Wetenschappen Vijftien Jaar Verder. Staatsuitgeverij, 's-Gravenhage 1986. 115-120. 
  71. Theorizing in physics. In: 'Utrecht research topics in physics, mathematics, computer science, astronomy, and geophysics'. Publ. by Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, Utrecht, March 1986. 15-16. 
  72. How instantons solve the U(1) problem. Phys. Reports 142 (1986) nr. 6, 357-387. 
  73. The gravitational effect of colliding planar shells of matter (with T. Dray). Class. Quantum Grav. 3 (1986) 825-840. 
  74. Black holes and quantum mechanics. Statistical mechanics and field theory: mathematical aspects. Proceedings Groningen 1985. Eds. T.C. Dorlas et al., Springer, 257. 
  75. Gravitational collapse and particle physics. In book: 6th Topological Workshop on Proton-Antiproton Collider Physics, Aachen, Germany, June 30 - July 4, 1986. Eds.: K. Eggert, H. Faissner and E. Radermacher (World Scientific Publ. Co., Singapore 1987) 669-688. 
  76. Strings from gravity. In: Unification of Fundamental Interactions. Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 67, Marstrand, Sweden, June 2-7, 1986. Eds. L. Brink et al. Physica Scripta, Vol. T15 (1987) 143-150. 
  77. Gravitational collapse and quantum mechanics. In book: Superstrings, Anomalies and Unification. 5th Adriatic meeting on particle physics, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Yugoslavia, June 16-28, 1986. Eds. M. Martinis and I. Andric (World Scientific publ. Co., Singapore 1987) 282-316. 
  78. Towards a theory for the quantum mechanics of gravitational collapse. In book: Gravitation in Astrophysics, Cargèse 1986. Eds.: B. Carter and J.B. Hartle (Plenum Press, New York and London 1987) 383-395. 
  79. Quantum black holes. Proc. 1986 School of Physics, Sandhamn, Sweden, 8-21 June 1986. Cern 87-02 (1987) 296-297. 
  80. Oneindig klein. Over de kennis van elementaire deeltjes. In: Natuurwetenschap in het theater. F. Dijs. red. Uitg. Van Gennep Amsterdam (1987) 42-52. 
  81. Elementaire deeltjes en spookverhalen. Rede bij de 351ste viering van de Dies Natalis op 26 maart 1987. Uitgave: Afdeling Voorlichting RUU. 
  82. Graviton dominance in ultra-high scattering. Phys. Lett. B198, 1 (1987) 61-63. 
  83. Elementaire krachten. Natuur en Techniek 3 (1988) 220-233. 
  84. Black holes and quantum mechanics. Acta Physica Polonica B19 (1988) 187-202. 
  85. On the factorization of universal poles in a theory of gravitating point particles. Nucl. Phys. B304 (1988) 867-876. 
  86. Non-perturbative 2 particle amplitudes in 2+1 dimensional quantum gravity. Comm. Math. Phys. 117 (1988) 685-700. 
  87. On the quantization of space and time. Proc. of the 4th seminar on Quantum Gravity, May 25-29, 1987, Moscow, USSR. Eds. M.A. Markov, V.A. Berezin and V.P. Frolov, World Scientific 1988, 551-567. 
  88. Equivalence relations between deterministic and quantummechanical systems. J. Stat. Phys. 53, (1988) 323-344. 
  89. Black holes and the foundations of quantum mechanics. In: Niels Bohr: Physics and the World. Proc. of the Niels Bohr Centennial Symposium, Boston, MA, USA, Nov. 12-14, 1985. Eds. H. Feshbach, T. Matsui and A Oleson. Publ. by Harwood Academic Publ. GmbH (1988) 171-182. 
  90. Quantum gravity and black holes. In: Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on Nonperturbative Quantum Field Theory, held July 16-30, 1987, In Cargèse, France. Eds. G. 't Hooft, A. Jaffe, G. Mack, P.K. Mitter, R. Stora. 1988, Plenum Press, New York. 201-226. 
  91. A physical interpretation of gravitational instantons. Nucl. Phys. B315 (1989) 2, 517-527. 
  92. Fundamental aspects of quantum theory related to the problem of quantizing black holes. Proc. of the Intern. In: Quantum Coherence. Conf. on Fundamental Aspects of Quantum Theory to Celebrate 30 years of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect, 14-16 Dec. 1989, Univ. of S. Carolina, CO, USA. Ed. J.S. Anandan. World Scient. (Singapore). pp. 247-259. 
  93. Black holes as clues to the problem of quantizing gravity. Lecture notes for the CCAST/WL Meeting on fields, strings and quantum gravity, Beijing, June 1989. (Gordon and Breach, London) pp. 59-90. 
  94. On the quantization of space and time. In: Themes in Contemporary Physics II. Essays in honor of Julian Schwinger's 70th birthday. Eds. S. Deser and R.J. Finkenstein. World Scientific, Singapore (1989) 77-89. 
  95. Scattering at Planck Energies. In: Last Workshop on Grand Unification. Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April 20-22, 1989. Ed. P.H. Frampton. World Scientific, Singapore, 169-181. 
  96. Unificatie van krachten en deeltjes. In: Van quantum tot quark. Inleiding tot de quantummechanica: golven en deeltjes. Stichting Teleac, Utrecht, 1989, 169-253.
  97. Gravitation and elementary particle physics. In: Between Science and Technology. Eds. A. Sarlemijn and P. Kroes. Elseviers Science Publishers B.V., 1990, 77-96. 
  98. A two-dimensional model with discrete general coordinate-invariance. Physicalia Maga zine 12 (special issue in honour of R. Brout's 60th birthday) (1990), 265-278. Eds. P. Nicoletopoulos and J. Orloff. 
  99. The black hole interpretation of string theory. Nucl. Phys. B335 (1990) 138-154. 
  100. Quantization of discrete deterministic theories by Hilbert space extension. Nucl. Phys. B342 (1990) 471-485. 
  101. Black hole quantization and a connection to string theory. In: Physics, Geometry, and Topology. NATO ASI Series. Ed. H.C. Lee. Plenum Press (New York, London), 1989, pp. 105-128. 
  102. The black hole horizon as a quantum surface. Physica Scripta T36 (1991) 247-252.
    Also published in: "The Birth and Early Evolution of Our Universe". Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 79, Gräftavallen, Sweden, June 11-16, 1990. (Eds.: J.S. Nilsson, B. Gustafsson and B.-S. Skagerstam.) World Scientific, Singapore (1991). 
  103. A chiral alternative to the vierbein field in general relativity. Nucl. Phys. B357 (1991) pp. 211-221. 
  104. Prospects for the theory of everything. In: Proceedings of the Eight General Conference of the European Physical Society, Amsterdam, September 4-8, 1990 (ed. J. Kaczér). EPS-8 Trends in Physics 1991, part i, p. 187-202. 
  105. More on the black hole S-matrix. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Seminar ``Quantum Gravity'', Moscow, USSR, 28 May-1 June 1990. M.A. Markov, V.A. Berezin and V.P. Frolov (eds.). World Scientific, Singapore (1991) pp. 251-265.
  106. Unificatietheorieën van de Natuurkrachten, lezing gehouden voor de Koninklijke Maatschappij voor Natuurkunde Diligentia te 's Gravenhage op 4 maart 1991. 
  107. Physical cosmic strings do not generate closed timelike curves (with S. Deser and R. Jackiw). Phys. Rev. Lett. 68 (1992) pp. 267-269.
  108. De bouwstenen van de schepping. Uitg. Prometheus Amsterdam.
    Eerste druk 1992
    Derde, herziene druk 1994
    Vierde, herziene en bijgewerkte druk 1996
    Zesde, herziene en bijgewerkte druk 2002. 
  109. Causality in (2+1)-dimensional gravity. Class. Quantum Grav. 9 (1992) 1335-1348. 
  110. Scattering matrix for a quantized black hole. In book: Black Hole Physics. V. De Sabbata and Z. Zhang (eds.). 1992 Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, 381-402. 
  111. Nog geen theorie van alles. In boek: De mond vol tanden. Dertig vraaggesprekken over wat de wetenschap niet weet. Samengesteld door de redactie wetenschappen NRC Handelsblad. Prometheus Amsterdam, 1992, 64-71. 
  112. S-Matrix theory for black holes. In Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on New Symmetry Principles in Quantum Field Theory, held July 16-27, 1991 in Cargèse, France. Eds. J. Fröhlich, G. `t Hooft, A. Jaffe, G. Mack, P.K. Mitter and R. Stora NATO ASI Series, 1992 Plenum Press, New York, 275-194. 
  113. Quantum field theoretic behavior of a deterministic cellular automaton (with K. Isler and S. Kalitzin). Nucl. Phys. B 386 (1992) 495-519. 
  114. Can the Ultimate Laws of Nature be Found?, Celsius/Linné lecture, Uppsala, Sweden, 26/2/92. 
  115. The unification of black holes with ordinary matter. Summary of lectures given at Les Houches, July 1992. B. Julia and J. Zinn-Justin, eds. Les Houches, Session LVII, 1992.
    Gravitation and Quantizations. 1995 Elsevier Science B.V. pp. 173-179. 
  116. Classical N-particle cosmology in 2+1 dimensions. Class. Quantum Grav. 10 (1993) S79-S91. 
  117. Cosmology in 2+1 dimensions. Nucl. Phys. B30 (Proc. Suppl.) (1993) 200-203. 
  118. The evolution of gravitating point particles in 2+1 dimensions. Class. Quantum Grav. 10 (1993) 1023-1038. 
  119. Canonical quantization of gravitating point particles in 2+1 dimensions. Class. Quantum Grav. 10 (1993) 1653-1664. 
  120. The giant leap to the Planck length.
    In: Perspectives on High Energy Physics and Cosmology, Madrid 1992, Eds. A. Gonzalez-Arroyo and C. Lopez. World Scientific, Singapore, 1993, pp. 1-9. 
  121. Het zwarte gat in de elementaire-deeltjesfysica. FOM Jaarboek 1993 (1994) pp. 36-38. 
  122. Dimensional reduction in quantum gravity. In Salamfestschrift: a collection of talks, World Scientific Series in 20th Century Physics, vol. 4, ed. A. Ali, J. Ellis and S. Randjbar-Daemi (World Scientific, 1993), THU-93/26, gr-qc/9310026. To download the two Figures in this paper, click on Figure 1 and Figure 2. 
  123. Enkele aspecten uit de kosmologie.
    In verslagboek van de lezingenreeks Wetenschap en Filosofie. ``Verwijdering of ontmoeting?'' F. Verbeure en L. Apostel, red. Uitg. Pelckmans, Kapellen, België. 
  124. Questioning the answers or Stumbling upon good and bad Theories of Everything. In book: Physics and our view of the world. Ed. by J. Hilgevoord. Cambridge University Press, 1994, pp. 16-37. 
  125. Zwarte gaten, de sleutel tot quantum-gravitatie? Interview in Stroom, Mededelingenblad van de faculteit Natuur- en Sterrenkunde, UvA, 42 (1994) pp. 2-6. 
  126. Under the spell of the gauge principle. Boek: Advanced Series in Mathematical Physics 19 (1994), Editors: H. Araki et al. (World Scientific, Singapore). 
  127. De zwaartekracht. Natuurkundige Voordrachten Nieuwe Reeks 72 (1994) pp. 65-75. 
  128. Black hole evaporation without information loss. Class. Quantum Grav. 11 (1994) pp. 621-647, gr-qc/9310006 (with C.R. Stephens and B.F. Whiting). 
  129. Unitarity of the black hole scattering matrix. In boek: Quantum Coherence and Reality. (In celebration of the 60th birthday of Yakir Aharonov.). J.S. Anandan and J.L. Safko, eds. World Scientific, Singapore (1994) pp. 158-171. 
  130. Black Holes, Hawking Radiation, and the Information Paradox, Nucl. Phys. B43 (Proc. Suppl.) (1995) pp. 1-11. 
  131. Lattice regularization of gauge theories without loss of chiral symmetry. Physics Letters B349 (1995) pp. 491-498. 
  132. Black holes and the dimensionality of space-time. Proceedings of the Symposium ``The Oskar Klein Centenary'', 19-21 Sept. 1994, Stockholm, Sweden. Ed. U. Lindström, World Scientific 1995, pp. 122-137. 
  133. Quantum information and information loss in general relativity. gr-qc/9509050. In: Quantum Coherence and Decoherence. K. Fujikawa and Y.A. Ono (Eds.). 1996 Elsevier Science B.V., pp. 273-280. 
  134. Quantization of point particles in (2+1)-dimensional gravity and spacetime discreteness.
    Class. Quantum Grav. 13 pp. 1023-1039. gr-qc/9601014 
  135. Can one reconcile the physics of black holes with the laws of quantum mechanics?
    Proc. of the 1st Jagna International Workshop on "Advances in Theoretical Physics" 4-7 January 1995, Jagna, Bohol, Philippines. Eds. C.C. Bernido et al., Central Visayan Inst. Jagna, Bohol. 1996. 
  136. The scattering matrix approach for the quantum black hole: an overview.
    J. Mod. Phys. A11 (1996) pp. 4623-4688. gr-qc/9607022. 
  137. Gauge theory and renormalization. (hep-th/9410038)
    Proceedings NATO Advanced research Workshop on the History of Original Ideas and Basic Discoveries in Particle Physics, July 27-August 4, 1994, Erice, Italy. 1996 Plenum Press, New York. H.B. Newman and T. Ypsilantis (eds.), series B: Physics Vol. 352, pp. 37-44. 
  138. Quantization of Space and Time in 3 and in 4 Space-time Dimensions , gr-qc/9608037,
    Lectures held at the NATO Adv. Study Institute on "Quantum Fields and Quantum Space-time", Cargese, July 22-August 3, 1996. Eds.: G. 't Hooft et al., Plenum, New York. NATO ASI Series B364 (1997) 151-163. 
  139. In Search of the Ultimate Building Blocks (English translation of: "Bouwstenen van de Schepping"), Cambridge Univ. Press, ISBN 0 521 550831. 
  140. Elementaire deeltjes, de kleinste bouwstenen van de materie. Kunst en Wetenschap 1 (1997) pp. 7-8. 
  141. Quantummechanical behaviour in a deterministic model , Found. Phys. Lett. 10 (1997) 105; quant-ph/9612018. 
  142. Interaction. In: Interaction in Applied Physics Da Vinci Tour 1996, Eds. D. Damen, S. jacobs, B. Verheijen, Eindhoven University of Technology Press, 1997, p. v. 
  143. The quantum black hole. In: Topics in Theoretical Physics, Proc. of the Second Pacific Winter School for Theoretical Physics, 19-24 jan., 1995, Sorak Mountain Resort, Korea, Ed. Y.M. Cho (World Scientific, Singapore), 1997, 1-26. 
  144. Complexity in quantum gravity. Complexity 3 (1997) 36-37. 
  145. The self-screening Hawking Atmosphere. A different approach to quantum black hole microstates, presented at Strings97, Amsterdam, June 16-21, 1997. Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.) 68 (1998) 174; gr-qc/9706058 
  146. Distinguishing causal time from Minkowski time and a model for the black hole quantum eigenstates Plenary lecture notes ICMP97, Brisbane, Australia, July 1997, THU-97/36, gr-qc/9711053. 
  147. De toekomst van de natuurkunde. Thema 5 (1997) 62-65. 
  148. Renormalization of gauge theories. In book: The Rise of the Standard Model, Eds. L. Hoddeson, L. Brown, M. Riordan, M. Dresden, Cambridge Univ. Press 1997, 179-198. 
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  156. Topological Aspects of Quantum Chromodynamics , in "From the Planck Length to the Hubble Radius", Proc. Int. School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice 1998, Subnuclear Series Vol. 36, pp. 216-236, Ed. A. Zichichi, World Scientific, 2000, ISBN 9810241909, prepr. SPIN-1998/19, hep-th/9812204. 
  157. The Physics of Instantons in the Pseudoscalar and Vector Meson Mixing, SPIN-1999/01, hep-th/9903189. 
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  159. From electrical engineering via magnetical and coloral engineering to gravitational engineering, Closing Lecture, in Fundamental Interactions: from symmetries to black holes (Conference held on the occasion of the "Eméritat" of François Englert, 24-27 March 1999, ed. by J.-M. Frère et al, Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, p. 287. 
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  161. The Holographic Principle, Opening Lecture , in Basics and Highlights in Fundamental Physics, The Subnuclear series, Vol. 37, World Scientific, 2001 (Erice, August 1999), A. Zichichi, ed., pp. 72-100, SPIN-2000/06, hep-th/0003004. 
  162. Determinism and Dissipation in Quantum Gravity, presented at Basics and Highlights in Fundamental Physics, The Subnuclear series, Vol. 37, World Scientific, 2001 (Erice, August 1999), A. Zichichi, ed., pp. 397-430, SPIN-2000/07, hep-th/0003005. 
  163. A Confrontation with Infinity, Nobel Lecture in Physics 1999, Reviews of Mod. Phys. 72 (2000) 333. In slightly modified form: in Proceedings of the International Conference on Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Modern Physics, S.H. Connel and R. Tegen, eds, World Scientific, 2001, pp 317 - 331, and in: Highlights of Mathematical Physics, A Fokas et al, Eds., American Mathematical Society, ISBN 0-8218-3223-9, pp 243 - 254. 
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  165. Obstacles on the way towards the Quantization of Space, Time And Matter - and possible resolutions, Stud. Hist. Phil. Mod. Phys., Vol. 32 No 2, pp. 157-180, 2001, SPIN-2000/20. 
  166. Can there be Physics without Experiments? Challenges and Pittfalls (revised version of the Oskar Klein Lecture, Stockholm, June 1. 1999), SPIN-2000/24, Int. Journal of Modern Physics A 16 (2001) 2895-2908. 
  167. Lectures given at the 5th WE Heraeus Summer School, Saalburg/Germany, September 1999, on "Monopoles, Instantons and Confinement", SPIN-2000/28, hep-th/0010225. 
  168. Quantum Chromodynamics (Abstract only), Ann. Phys. (Leipzig) 9 (2000) 11-12, 925-926. 
  169. Holography and Quantum Gravity (Summary), in Supersymmetry in the Theories of Fields, Strings and Branes, Proceedings of the Advanced School, Santiago de Compostella, Spain, 26-31 July, 1999, J.L.F. Barbon and J.M.F. Labastida eds. (World Scientific, Singapore) pp. 153-155. 
  170. The Discovery of the Renormalizability of Non-Abelian Gauge Theories (Closing Lecture), in Proceedings of the International School of Subnuclear Physics, Subnuclear series, volume 38: Theory and Experiment Heading for New Physics, Erice 2000, A. Zichichi, ed., World Scientific, p. 656, SPIN-2001/03. 
  171. Determinism in Free Bosons, SPIN-2001/07, ITP-UU-01/14, hep-th/0104080, to be published in the International Journal of Theoretical Physics, (Feb 2003.) 
  172. How Does God Play Dice? (Pre-)Determinism at the Planck Scale, in Quantum [Un]speakables, From Bell to Quantum Information, R.A. Bertlmann and A. Zeilinger, eds, ISBN 3-540-42756-2 Springer Verlag, pp 307-316. SPIN-2001/09, ITP-UU-01/15, hep-th/0104219. 
  173. Quantum Mechanics and determinism , in Proceedings of the Eighth Int. Conf. on "Particles, Strings and Cosmology, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Apr. 10-15, 2001, P. Frampton and J. Ng, Eds., Rinton Press, Princeton, pp. 275 - 285; ITP-UU/01/18, SPIN-2001/11, hep-th/0105105. 
  174. Introduction to General Relativity, monograph, Rinton Press, Inc., Princeton, ISBN 1-58949-000-2. 
  175. Large N, in Phenomenology of Large Nc QCD, Proceedings from the Institute for Nuclear Theory - Vol. 12, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA 9 - 11 January 2002, World Scientific. pp 3 - 18. ISBN 981-238-096-5. SPIN-2002/08, hep-th/0204069. 
  176. Can Quantum mechanics be reconciled with Cellular Automata?, lecture given at the Conference on "Digital Perspective in Physics", Arlington, July 25, 2001. SPIN-2002/15, to be published in the International Journal of Theoretical Physics, (Feb 2003.) 
  177. The Universe of the Elementary Particles, talk given at CEA Cadarache, France, July 2002. ITP-2002/32, SPIN-2002/20. 
  178. Perturbative Confinement, Presented at QCD'02, July 2002. Nuclear Physics B (Proc. Suppl.) 121 (2003) 333-340, ITF-2002/39, SPIN-2002/22, hep-th/0207179. 
  179. On Peculiarities and Pit Falls in Path Integrals, Opening Lecture given at the 7th International Conference on Path Integrals, "From Quarks to Galaxies", Antwerp, May 2002, dedicated to Prof. Josef T. Devreese on the occasion of his 65th birthday, phys. stat. sol. (b) 237, No. 1, 13-22 (2003),   ITF-2002/41, SPIN-2002/23, hep-th/0208054. 
  180. The Obstinate Reductionist's Point of View on the Laws of Physics, in: Europa - Vision und Wirklichkeit, Europäisches Forum Alpbach 2001, ed. E. Busek, verlag Österreich, 2002, ISBN 3-7046-3843-9, pp. 296 - 305. 
  181. Confinement of Quarks, in Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Particles and Nuclei (Panic'02), Osaka, Japan, Sept.-Oct., 2002, pp. 3c - 19c; ITP-UU-02/65, SPIN-02/41. 
  182. The Hidden Information in the Standard Model, in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Frontiers of Science, in honor of the 80th Birthday of  C.N. Yang, 17-19 June  2002, Tsinghua University, Beijing,  ISBN 981-238-407-3 / 981-238-414-6,  pp 124 - 135, and in: Symmetry & Modern Physics, Yang Retirement Symposium, A. Goldhaber et al eds., ISBN 981-238-503-7 / 981-238 563-0 (pbk), pp 207 - 218. 
  183. Determinism beneath Quantum Mechanics, presented at Temple University, Philadelphia, September 25, 2002; pub. in Quo Vadis Quantum Mechanics, The Frontiers Collection, eds. A. Elitzur et al, Springer 2005, ISBN 1612-3018, pp. 99 - 111; quant-ph/0212095, ITP-UU-02/69, SPIN-02/45. 
  184. Perturbative Quantum Gravity, in Proceedings of the International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice 2002, From Quarks and Gluons to Quantum Gravity, Subnuclear Series Vol. 40, ed. A. Zichichi, World Scientific, pp 249 - 269. 
  185. Analytisch speculeren mag zelfs van Popper, Natuur en techniek, 71e jaargang # 1, januari 2003, pp 59 - 65. 
  186. Horizons. Erice Lecture Notes (2003), ITF-UU-04/01, SPIN-04/01, gr-qc/0401027. 
  187. Renormalization without infinities , in The Launching of La Belle Epoque of High Energy Physics & Cosmology, 32nd Coral Gables Conf. Proc., Th. Curtright et al, eds,  World Scientific 2004, pp. 65 -74;  Int. J. Mod.Phys. A20 (2005) 1336-1345 (hep-th/0405032). 
  188. Letters optellen, in Bij die wereld wil ik horen!, Zesendertig columns & drie essays over de vorming tot academicus, H. Procee et al (red),  Boom, Amsterdam, pp. 84-85. 
  189. Minimal Strings for Baryons, Presented at the Trento Workshop on "Hadrons and Strings", July 2004, ITP-UU-04/17; Spin-04/10; hep-th/0408148. 
  190. Confinement at Large Nc , in "Large N QCD", Eds J.L. Goity et al, World Scientific, 2005, ISBN 981-256-399-7. pp. 1-13,  ITP-UU-04/18; Spin-04/11; hep-th/0408183. 
  191. A theory of everything? - Nature 433 (2005) 257-259.
  192. The Conceptual Basis of Quantum Field Theory,  in Handbook of the Philosophy of Science, J. Butterfield and J. Earman, eds., Philosophy of Physics, Elsevier. Part A, pp. 661-729, ISBN-13 978-0-444-53001-1 / 10 0-444-53001-0.
  193. 50 Years of Yang-Mills Theory, Ed. G. 't Hooft, World Scientific 2005, ISBN 981-238-934-2 / 981-256-007-6 (pbk)
  194. Kronkels in ruimte en tijd, quantummechanica, en het landschap der snaren.
  195. The Holographic Mapping of the Standard Model onto the Black Hole Horizon, Part I: Abelian Vector Field, Scalar Field and BEH Mechanism,  Class. Quantum Grav. 22 (2005) 4179-4188, ITP-UU-05/17, SPIN-05/13, gr-qc/0504120  (Note: some sign corrections and further elucidations in the published version).
  196. Does God play dice? , Physics World18, No. 12, December 2005.
  197. Unravelling Nature's Elementary Building Blocks - Challenges of Big Science, presented at the Einstein Symposium, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, June 4, 2005.
  198. Voorwoord. Jaarboek 2005 van de Vereniging voor Technische Fysica, Delft.
  199. De Ultieme Informatieparadox van Zwarte Gaten, in het raadsel van informatie, Paradisolezing, Boom - Amsterdam 2005, Bennie Mols, red., pp. 113-130.
  200. Conclusion Talk, presented at the Albert Einstein Century Conference, Paris, July 18-22, 2005, AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 861, pp. 251-260.
  201. Kleiner dan kleinst - In het binnenste van de materie. Bres, Tijdschrift voor wetenschap en verwondering 235, dec'05/jan 2006, pp. 12-17.
  202. Invariance under complex transformations, and its relevance to the cosmological constant problem, with S. Nobbenhuis, ITP-UU-06/06, SPIN-06/04, arXiv:gr-qc/0602076, Class. Quantum Grav. 23 (2006) 3819-3832; reprinted in: Mathematical Physics Proceedings of the 12th Regional Conference, Islamabad, Pakistan, Mach-April 2006, M.J. Aslam et al eds., World Scientific 2007, pp. 301-319.
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  207. The Free-Will Postulate in Quantum Mechanics, ITP-UU-07/4, SPIN-07/4, arXiv:quant-ph/0701097.
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  213. Planetenbiljart, Sciencefiction en echte natuurkunde, uitg. Bert Bakker, Amsterdam, ISBN 90 351 3026 X,  2006.
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  214. A mathematical theory for deterministic quantum mechanics, presented at DICE2006, Piombino, Tuscany, 11-15 Sept. 2006, J.Phys: Conference Series 67 (2007) 012015.
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  217. Naar een herstel van het deterministische wereldbeeld, Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 100 (2008) no 4, pp.313 - 319.
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  219. A locally finite model for gravity, Found. Physics 38 (2008) 733-757, arXiv:0804.0328, ITP-UU-08/17, SPIN-08/16.
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  222. Erice Lectures 2008. ITP-UU-08/78; SPIN-08/60.
  223. Foreword, in Ten Years of AdS/CFT, Buenos Aires, Argentina 19-21 December 2007, p. xv, J.D. Edelstein et al, Eds, AIP, Melville, New York, 2008.
  224. The fundamental nature of space and time, in Approaches to Quantum Gravity, Toward a New Understanding of Space, Time and Matter, D. Oriti Ed.,  Cambridge Univ. Press 2009, ISBN 978-0-521-86045-1 (pbk), pp. 13-25. 
  225. Entangled quantum states in a local deterministic theory, 2nd Vienna Symposium on the Foundations of Modern Physics (June 2009), ITP-UU-09/77, SPIN-09/30; arXiv:0908.3408.
  226. Remembering Sidney Coleman, in Proceedings of the International School of Subnuclear Physics, Predicted and Totally Unexpected in the Energy Frontier opened by the LHC. The Subnuclear Series vol. 46, A. Zichichi, ed., World Scientific, pp 86 - 95. 
  227. Some effects of Instantons in QCD, in Proceedings of the International School of Subnuclear Physics, Predicted and Totally Unexpected in the Energy Frontier opened by the LHC. The Subnuclear Series vol. 46, A. Zichichi, ed., World Scientific, pp 373 - 386 (disc. pp 401 - 403).
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  229. Quantum Gravity without Space-time Singularities or Horizons, Erice School of Subnuclear Physics 2009, to be publ.; arXiv:0909.3426
  230. Gravity and the Quantum: the World may not be what it seems, ITP-UU-10/05, SPIN-10/05; in Frontiers of fundamental and computational physics, American Institute of Physics, 10th International Symposium, Perth, Western Australia, 24-26 November 2009, pp 4-15, ISBN 978-0-7354-0793-0, ISSN 0094-243X.
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  232. Classical cellular Automata and Quantum Field Theory, in Proceedings of the Conference in Honour of Murray Gell-Mann's 80th Birthday "Quantum Mechanics, Elementary Particles, Quantum Cosmology and Complexity", Singapore, February 2010, H.Fritzsch and K.K.Phua, eds., World Scientific, pp 397 - 408, repr. in: Int. J. Mod. Phys. A25, no 23 (2010) 4385-4396, ITP-UU-10/24, Spin-10/21. 
  233. The emergence of Quantum Mechanics, FFP11, Paris. ITP-UU-10/44,  Spin-10/37. 
  234. Probing the small distance structure of canonical quantum gravity using the conformal group, ITP-UU-10/30; SPIN-10/25; arXiv:1009.0669[gr-qc]
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  236. A class of elementary particle models without any adjustable real parameters, Foundations of Physics 41, no 12, pp 1829-1856, ITP-UU-11/14, Spin-11/08, arXiv:1104.4543. 
  237. Hilbert space in deterministic theories, a reconsideration of the interpretation of quantum mechanics, in Proceedings of the 3rd Stueckelberg Workshop on Relativistic Field Theories, N. Carlevaro, R. Ruffini and G.V. Vereshchagin, eds., Cambridge Scientific Publ., 2010. pp. 1-18. 
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  240. Quantum Mechanics from Classical Logic, Proceedings EmerQuM 11: Emergent Quantum Mechanics 2011 (Heinz von Foerster Congress)
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  242. Relating the quantum mechanics of discrete systems to standard canonical quantum mechanics, ITP-UU-12/14; SPIN-12/12, arXiv:1204.4926 
  243. Duality between a deterministic cellular automaton and a bosonic quantum field theory in 1+1 dimensions, ITP-UU-12/18; SPIN-12/16, 
  244. Discreteness and Determinism in Superstrings, ITP-UU-12/25; SPIN-12/23, arXiv:1207.3612v2[hep-th]. 
  245. On the Foundations of Superstring Theory, Foundations of Physics Vol. 43, Issue 1 (2013), pp 46-53. 
  246. Hamiltonian formalism for integer-valued variables and integer time steps and a possible application in quantum physics, Report-no: ITP-UU-13/29, SPIN-13/21, 
  247. The Fate of the Quantum, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Time and Matter, 4-8 March 2013, Venice, Italy, M. O'Loughlin et al eds., University of Nova Gorica Press, pp. 127 - 143; EJTP (Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics) 12, No. IYL15-34 (2015) 1-16 ; arXiv:1308.1007 
  248. Three Erice Lectures, ITP-UU-14/03; SPIN-14/03. 
  249. Physics on the Boundary between Classical and Quantum Mechanics. Presented at EmQM13, Vienna, October 2013, J. Phys: Conference Series 504 (2014) 012003;  doi:10.1088/1742-6596/504/1/012003  rept #  ITP-UU-14/06, SPIN-14/06. 
  250. The Cellular Automaton Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics,
    Fundamental Theories of Physics, Vol. 185, Springer International Publishing, 2016.
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  251. Beyond relativistic quantum string theory, Mod. Phys. Lett. A, 29, 1430030 (2014) DOI: 10.1142/S0217732314300304, Also published in What We Would Like LHC to Give Us, ed. A. Zichichi (World Scientific, 2014), pp. 243–264.  
  252. Local Conformal Symmetry: the Missing Symmetry Component for Space and Time, ITP-UU-14/25; SPIN-14/19,  International Journal of Modern Physics D 24, No. 12 (2015) 1543001 (5 pages), arXiv:1410.6675 v3 [gr-qc]. (2014)  
  253. Canonical Methods in Deterministic Quantum Mechanics, Erice Lectures June 2014, ITP-UU-14/26; SPIN-14/20. 
  254.  The Evolution of Quantum Field Theory: from QED to Grand Unification, in The Strandard Theory of Particle Physics, Essays to celebrate  CERN's 60th Anniversary, World Scientific, L. Maiani and L. Rolandi, eds., Advanced series on directions in high energy physics; v. 26, pp 1 - 27, World Scientific, Singapore, ISBN 9814733502,   arXiv:1503.05007 (2015) 
  255. Diagonalizing the Black Hole Information Retrieval Process,  arXiv:1509.01695 (2015).  
  256. Singularities, horizons, firewalls, and local conformal symmetry, presented at the 2nd Karl Schwarzschild Meeting on Gravitational Physics, Frankfurt, July 23, 2015, arXiv:1511.04427[gr-qc] (2015).  
  257. Local conformal symmetry in black holes, standard model, and quantum gravity, presented at the XIVth Marcel Grossmann Meeting, Rome, July 13, 2015, Int. J. Mod. Phys. D 26, No. 3 (2017) 1730006 (10 pages) DOI: 10.1142/S0218271817300063. 
  258. Black hole unitarity and antipodal entanglement, Found. Phys., 49(9), 1185-1198 (2016),    DOI 10.1007/s10701-016-0014-y;   arXiv:1601.03447v4[gr-qc] (2016). 
  259. How quantization of gravity leads to a discrete space-time, in EmQM15: Emergent Quantum Mechanics 2015, J.Phys: Conference Series, 701 (2016) 012014.  
  260. Reflections on the renormalization procedure for gauge theories. In memory of Raymond Stora, 1930 - 2015. Nucl. Phys. B 912C (2016) 4-14, NUPHB13693, DOI information: 10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2016.04.009; arXiv:1604.06257 (2016). 
  261. Nature's Book Keeping System, a contribution to the collection: Space, Time, and Frontiers of Human Understanding, arXiv:1605.00027 [hep-th] (2016).  
  262. The Quantum Black Hole as a Hydrogen Atom: Microstates without Strings Attached, e-Print: arXiv:1605.05119 [gr-qc] (2016) 
  263. Microstates in Black Holes and the Topology of Space-Time, Lectures presented at the International School of Subnuclear Physics, Erice (2016) 
  264. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Gravity and Information, with Steven B. Giddings (UC, Santa Barbara), Carlo Rovelli (Marseille, CPT),
    Piero Nicolini (Frankfurt U., FIAS & Frankfurt U.), Jonas Mureika (LMU, Los Angeles), Matthias Kaminski (Alabama U.),
    Marcus Bleicher (Frankfurt U., FIAS & Frankfurt U.). Sep 6, 2016. 23 pp. Conference: C15-07-20.2, e-Print: arXiv:1609.01725 [hep-th] (2016). 
  265. Imagining the future, or how the Standard Model may survive the attacks,
    Int.J.Mod.Phys. 31 (2016) no.16, 1630022, DOI: 10.1142/S0217751X16300222. 
  266. The firewall transformation for black holes and some of its implications,
    Foundations of Physics, 47 (12) 1503-1542 (2017) DOI 10.1007/s10701-017-0122-3, e-Print: arxiv:1612.08640 [gr-qc] (2016). 
  267. Is het in de toekomst mogelijk om op Mars te wonen? En wordt het een aangenaam verblijf of juist niet? In: Hoe zwaar is licht, meer dan 100 dringende vragen aan de wetenschap, samenst. Beatrice de Graaf en Alexander Rinnooy Kan, Uitg. Balans, Amsterdam 2017, ISBN 978 94 600 344 35 NUR 740, pp. 146 - 148. 
  268. The Universe, a Personal View on Exploring the Boundaries, or: The Science of the Extremes, in: Molecular Frontiers, Vol. 1, May 2017. Transcribed from a presentation delivered at the Molecular Frontiers Symposium, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, May 2013. 
  269. Free Will in the Theory of Everything, Presented at the Workshop on "Determinism and Free Will", Milano, May 13, 2017; arXiv:1709.02874. 
  270. Virtual Black Holes and Space-Time Structure, Foundations of Physics, 2018, DOI 10.1007/s10701-017-0133-0. 
  271. Time, the arrow of time, and Quantum Mechanics, subm. to "The Quantum and the Classical: Emergence, Computation and the Origin of Time", arXiv:1804.01383 (quant-ph). 
  272. What happens in a black hole when a particle meets its antipode, arXiv:1804.05744. 
  273. Black hole microstates, dedicated to J.D. Bekenstein. 
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Gerard 't Hooft
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