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Perimeter Institute hosted some 40 graduate students and 10 postdocs or junior faculty working in all areas of fundamental physics (including particle physics, string theory, cosmology, quantum gravity, quantum information, and other disciplines). Quantum foundations seeks to recognize, analyze, and resolve the conceptual tensions within various frameworks and theories in fundamental physics, where quantum theory is or might be applied, with the aim of developing or replacing existing physical theories.
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Introduction to quantum foundations (Part 1A)
Jeremy Butterfield University of Cambridge

Introduction to quantum foundations (Part 1B)
Jeremy Butterfield University of Cambridge

Operationalism, hidden variable models, and contextuality (Part 1A)
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Operationalism, hidden variable models, and contextuality (Part 1B)
Robert Spekkens Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Quantum States as Uncertainty, pure and simple. But, Uncertainty about What? (Part 1)
Chris Fuchs University of Massachusetts Boston





Quantum States as Uncertainty, pure and simple. But, Uncertainty about What? (Part 2)
Chris Fuchs University of Massachusetts Boston

