Advances in Quantum Theory: Proceedings of the International Conference (AIP Conference Proceedings) 2011th Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0735408821
ISBN-10: 0735408823
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As previous Växjö conferences on Quantum foundations, AQT was notable not only for the contributions of the papers presented there but also for its exciting debates. These debates offered a great diversity of opinions on foundations of quantum mechanics (QM) and its future developments: from those defined by the view of those who adhere to the orthodox Copenhagen interpretation (which rejected realism and causality), at one end of the spectrum, to those who subscribed to realist views of the type advocated by Einstein, at the other end, with a number of views in between.
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EDUCATION:

Ph.D. Physics, Boston University (Thesis advisor: Abner Shimony), 1995.

B.Sc. Mathematics , Philosophy, Physics , Univ. of Wisconsin, 1986.

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

2009-present: Associate Professor, Natural Sciences and Mathematics (CGS), Boston University, Boston, MA

2003-2009: Assistant Professor, Natural Science (CGS), Boston University, Boston, MA.

2001-2002, Summer 2005: Senior Research Assoc. (ENG), Quantum Imaging Laboratory, Photonics, ECE, Boston University, Boston, MA.

1998-1999: Guest Researcher, Physics Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD.

1996-1997: Lecturer, Dept. of Mathematics (CAS), Boston University, Boston, MA.

1996-1997: Lecturer, Program in History and Philosophy of Science, Stonehill College, Stonehill, MA.

1995: Research Associate, Dibner Institute, Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA.

1994-1996: Assistant Professor, Natural Science (CGS), Boston University, Boston, MA.

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