I stumbled across this site quite by accident. I've never heard of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, but they know how to party!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Earlier this year they hosted a series of lectures on "Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: Current Status and Future Directions". A top-notch roster of speakers including: Wallace on Many Worlds; Goldstein on Bohmian mechanics; Ballentine (my hero) on the Statistical Interpretation; Pearle on Spontaneous Collapse; Griffiths on Consistent Histories; and several others (including Lucian Hardy). And experimentalists Zeilinger and Aspect as well.

The lectures are all here for your viewing pleasure. If you have any interest in these things, check it out: http://www.perimeterinstitute.ca/activities/scientific/QT-LECTURES/ [Broken]

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# Lectures on Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

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