Can quantum mechanical description of physical reality be considered complete?

That was the title of a ground-breaking article published in 1935 in the Physical Review by Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen (EPR). In this article they brought to the attention of physicists the strange correlations predicted by quantum mechanics for observations involving what are now called entangled systems. They used those predictions to argue that quantum […]

New prepint on the arxiv: “Experimental criteria for steering and the EPR paradox”

I have submitted a new paper to the physics arxiv, entitled “Experimental criteria for steering and the EPR paradox”. It is joint work with my collaborators Steve Jones, Howard Wiseman and Margaret Reid. I’m particularly excited about finally getting this paper off, as it was holding back a few other works — and because I […]

My talk at “Causation and Decision”

The Centre for Time at The University of Sydney has made available the audio and slides for a talk I have given at the “Causation and Decision” conference in Sydney in January. They can be found here, under the tab “Causation and Decision”. This talk was essentially the same that I have given at the […]