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Foundations of Probability and Physics - 6 (AIP Conference Proceedings) Paperback – April 26, 2012

ISBN-13: 978-0735410046 ISBN-10: 0735410046 Edition: 2012th

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This is the 12th conference in Växjö, Sweden, which is devoted to quantum foundations and quantum information, especially the clarification of fundamental questions. The Växjö series is the longest continuous series of conferences devoted to quantum foundations in the history of quantum mechanics. During this conference, FPP6, we were fortunate to have not only physicists (theorists as well as experimentalists), but also mathematicians and several philosophers discussing the foundations of quantum theory, especially in the light of recent developments of quantum information theory. Fundamental questions of quantum mechanics, especially information theory, quantum computing, cryptography and teleportation have continued to be central topics in this series of conferences.

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

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


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.