### Selected Talks

**It from Bit? On the pernicious influence of „information“ on physics and philosophy. **

Annual Conference of the Israeli Philosophical Association, 2024

**Why Everett Solved the Probability Problem. **

ISF research workshop: The Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, 2022

**Typicality as a Way of Reasoning in Physics**

Laws of Nature Discussion Series, 2022

**Why the book of nature is written in the language of mathematics**

Math-Phys Seminar Rutgers, 2021

**The Dirac Sea as a Formalism and Ontology of Quantum Field Theory **

Symposium: Particles, Fields, or Both? EPSA, 2021

**Why field theories are not theories of fields**

Symposium: Particles, Fields, or Both? CLMPST Prague, 2019

**Typicality versus Humean Probabilities as the Foundation of Statistical Mechanics**

The Chimera of Entropy II. John Bell Institute, 2019

Early Career Workshop: Philosophy of Physics. The City College of New York, 2019.

**Arrows of Time without a Past Hypothesis**

Foundations of Probability Seminar, Rutgers, 2019

Conference: The Second Law, MCMP Munich, 2017

**Typicality of Worlds and the Metaphysics of Laws**

MAPS, NYU New York, March 2019.

**The Frauchiger-Renner theorem**

Oberseminar Mathematische Physik, LMU München, Dec. 2018.

**Super-Humeanism: A starving ontology**

SMS 2018, Milano

**The wave function in a relativistic world**

Workshop on Multi-Time Wave Functions. Rutgers (NJ), 2018.

4th international summer school in philosophy of physics. Saig, 2016.

**Typicality and laws of nature**

Workshop „Essentialism and realism in the metaphysics of science“, UNIL, 2018

**Typicality and Probability**

Kolloquium Wissenschaftsphilosophie, Uni Bern, 2017

**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

**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.

**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.

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.

### Public Lectures

**Philosophy of Physics**

Pizza, Philosophy, and Science, Bern, 2017