Project

A modal interpretation for the quantum ontology

 

Philosophy of Science Group

GFC

FCEN - UBA

 
 

THE PROJECT

MEMBERS

ACTIVITIES

PRODUCTION

WORKSHOP

 
 
 
 

The key personnel of the group form a network based at the University of Buenos Aires linked with University of Rosario and University of Tres de Febrero. It is an interdiciplinary group. The interdisciplinarity is manifested not only in the topics studied, but also in the double training in science and philosophy of many of its members.

 
 
 

Researchers

 
     
 

Olimpia Lombardi is Engineer in Electronics, has a degree and a PhD in philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires. She is Principal Researcher of CONICET and Professor in the University of Buenos Aires. It is also Researcher Category I Incentive Program of the Ministry of National Education. She specializes in philosophy of physics, particularly quantum mechanics.    
     
 

Sebastian Fortin has a degree an a PhD in Physics from the University of Buenos Aires. He is also Doctor in Epistemology and History of Science from the National University of Tres de Febrero. He is a Research of CONICET and Teaching Assistant in the Department of Physics at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires. He specializes in philosophy of physics, particularly quantum mechanics.    
     
 

Roberto Laura has a degree in physics from the National University of Rosario and PhD in physics from the National University of La Plata. He did postdoctoral studies with Christ Isham, at Imperial College of Science and Technology in London, and Ilya Prigogine on Solvay Instituts Internationaux de Physique et de Chimie Brussels. He is currently Professor at the National University of Rosario. It is also Researcher Category I Incentive Program of the Ministry of National Education. He works on issues of foundation of quantum mechanics.    
     
 

Federico Holik has a degree in physics from the University of Buenos Aires and a PhD in physics from the University of Buenos Aires. He did postdoctoral studies with Angel Plastino at the Institute of Physical La Plata, and Gabriel Catren at the Universite Paris Diderot in Paris. He is currently a researcher at the CONICET. He works on issues of quantum information.    
     
 

Mariana Cordoba has a degree and a PhD in philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires and Professor of Secondary and Higher Education in Philosophy. He is currently Professor of Introduction to Scientific Thought (UBA) and Researcher of  CONICET. His research topic is the philosophical problem of personal identity from an epistemological perspective.    
     
 

Leonardo Vanni has a degree an a PhD in Physics from the University of Buenos Aires and a PhD in Social Sciences and Humanities at the National University of Quilmes, with a thesis in Philosophy of Science. His work area is mainly focused on fundamentals of quantum mechanics and problems of interpretation. It is also a professor at the National General Sarmiento University and the University of Buenos Aires.    
     
     
  PhD students  
     
 

Cristian Lopez has a degree in philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires. He is doing his PhD on philosophy at University of Buenos Aires. He specializes in philosophy of physics, in particular philosophy of time and philosophical problems related to information theory.    
     
 

Juan Camilo Martínez González holds a degree in Chemistry (University Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia Bogota); PhD student in History and Epistemology of Science (National University of Tres de Febrero, UNTREF) under the support of the National Agency for Scientific and Technological Promotion (ANPCyT). Its area of work is the philosophy of chemistry. Currently he is investigating the relationship between quantum chemical theories of chemical bonding and its relationship to the molecular structure.    
     
 

Marcelo Adrián Losada holds a degree in Physics from the University of Buenos Aires. It's doctoral fellow of CONICET and works foundations of quantum mechanics, particularly formalisms of quantum stories.    
     
 

Guido Bellomo has a degree in physics from the University of Buenos Aires and he is doing his PhD in physics at University of Buenos Aires. He is an student collaborator that works on issues of quantum information.    
     
         
 
                   
 
 

Philosophy of Science Group, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires - Ciudad Universitaria, Pabellón II / Buenos Aires, Argentina