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Lorenzo Catani, PhD

Quantum Physics

A short introduction

Dr. Catani is currently Research Assistant at the Technische Universität Berlin. He was previously a post-doctoral researcher at Chapman University, California. He holds PhD and Masters degrees in physics from the University College London, and a Bachelors degree from the Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna.


Panel discussion: the role of the observer, the double-slit experiment, the reality of physical laws, etc.

The participants of Essentia Foundation’s 2022 work conference, on the physics of first-person perspective, discuss whether there are objective physical laws out there in nature, whether the double-slit and similar experiments capture the essence of quantum mechanics, whether the scientific method demands inter-subjective confirmation, and what constitutes an observing agent under Quantum Bayesianism. This video completes our coverage of the 2022 conference. Stay tuned for news about the upcoming 2023 conference, which promises to be even more exciting!

The double-slit experiment doesn’t reveal the essence of quantum weirdness

Dr. Lorenzo Catani argues that interference phenomena, such as observed in the famous double-slit experiment, in fact do not capture the essence of quantum theory.

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