I do research in philosophy, with a particular focus on its connections with physics. My main areas of study include the foundations of quantum mechanics, the classical limit, field theory, general relativity, thermodynamics, and formal methods in mathematical physics. I am also interested in the philosophy of probability, the philosophy of time, the philosophy of mind, the history of physics, and logic.

I founded and organize the Harvard Foundations of Physics workshop series (harvardfop.jacobbarandes.com).

I completed my PhD in the Department of Physics at Harvard University, where I currently serve as Lecturer and Co-Director of Graduate…

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