Matthew Pusey

Member's groups

  • Group logo of 2019 International Workshop: Beyond Bell’s theorem
    active 25 minutes ago

    It has been debated whether quantum mechanics and special relativity are compatible and whether there is a preferred Lorentz frame if they are incompatible. Bell’s theorem is an important cornerstone, but it does […]

    Public Group / 53 members
  • Group logo of 2018 Workshop on Wigner’s Friend
    active 3 weeks, 2 days ago

    The significance and implications of a recent extension of Wigner’s friend thought experiment has been discussed and debated. The main aim of this online workshop is to help settle the controversial issues related […]

    Public Group / 30 members
  • Group logo of 2016 International Workshop on Quantum Observers
    active 5 months ago

    It has been realized that the measurement problem in quantum mechanics is essentially the determinate-experience problem. The problem is to explain how the linear quantum dynamics can be compatible with the […]

    Public Group / 57 members
  • Group logo of 2015 International Workshop on Quantum Foundations
    active 1 year ago

    Workshop Date: Saturday, 7 July, 2015 to Saturday, 21 July, 2015

    Advisory Board

    Lajos Diósi, Arthur Fine, Gordon N. Fleming, Olival Freire Jr., Sheldon Goldstein, Robert B. Griffiths, Hans Halvorson, […]

    Public Group / 71 members
  • Group logo of John Bell Workshop 2014
    active 1 year, 6 months ago

    Bell’s theorem has been called “the most profound discovery of science”. However, there have been controversies on the deep implications of the theorem. This online workshop aims to highlight the existing debat […]

    Public Group / 40 members
  • Group logo of Meaning of the Wave Function
    active 2 years, 8 months ago

    During recent years, there is increasing interest in the ontological status and meaning of the wave function, and it seems that there is even a shift in research focus from the measurement problem to the problem […]

    Public Group / 27 members