Upcoming Talks

March 26: The wave function in a relativistic world
Workshop on Multi-Time Wave Functions, Rutgers

March 23: Typicality and laws of nature
Workshop „Essentialism and realism in the metaphysics of science“, UNIL

Public Lectures

Philosophy of Physics
Pizza, Philosophy, and Science, Bern, 2017

Selected Talks

Wigner’s false friends
Workshop „Understanding Quantum Mechanics“, Lausanne, 2017

Against Fields
EPSA 17, Exeter, 2017
ECAP9, Munich, 2017
BSPS Annual Meeting, Edinburgh, 2017

Spacetime is One Whole – Priority Monism meets Structural Realism
SMS 3rd Annual Conference, New York, 2017
Tübingen Master Class with Jonathan Schaffer, Tübingen, 2017
The 91st Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society, Edinburgh, 2017

Thermodynamic Arrow without a Past Hypothesis
Conference: The Second Law, MCMP Munich, 2017

Relativity, Nonlocality and the Consequences.
SILFS 2017. Bologna, 2017.

A mean field limit for the Vlasov-Maxwell system.
Autumn School Mathematical Foundations of Physics. LMU Munich, 2016.

The wave function in a relativistic world.
4th international summer school in philosophy of physics. Saig, 2016.

Mean field limits for charged particles.
Seminar Applied Analysis. Marseille, 2016.

A Time-symmetric Relativistic Model Violating Bell’s Inequality.
Conference: Free Will and Retrocausality in a Quantum World. Cambridge, 2014.

A Time-symmetric Relativistic Model Violating Bell’s Inequality.
Workshop: Is quantum theory exact? Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, 2014.

Are ‘macroscopic laws’ laws? – Typicality as the basis for statistical reasoning in physics.
Workshop: Reduction and Emergence in Physics. MCMP & CAS, Munich, 2013.

Bell’s Theorem.
Summer School: Quantum Theory Without Observers, Sesto, 2013.

What are Quantum States?
Workshop: The metaphysics of contemporary physics. Lausanne, 2012.