Gregg Jaeger

Gregg JaegerAssociate Professor, Natural Sciences & Mathematics
http://people.bu.edu/jaeger

Education:

BSc Mathematics, Philosophy, and Physics, University of Wisconsin
PhD Physics, Boston University

Teaching interests: Mathematics, Philosophy of Science and Physics

Research interests: Foundations of physics, information theory and quantum optics

Selected publications:

Books
Quantum Objects. Springer, 2013.

Philosophy of Quantum Information and Entanglement. Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Entanglement, Information, and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics. Springer, 2009.

Quantum Information. Springer, 2007.

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Articles
“Do We Really Understand Quantum Mechanics?” Gregg Jaeger, Quantum Information Processing 12, 2637 (2013).

“Generalized Quantum Probability and Entanglement Enhancement Witnessing” Gregg Jaeger, Foundations of Physics 42, 752 (2012).

“Implications of Disentanglement and Locality Induction for Quantum Information Processing” Gregg Jaeger, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience 8, 375 (2011).

“Individuation in Quantum Mechanics” Gregg Jaeger, Foundations of Physics 41, 299 (2011).

“Quantum Theoretical Approaches and Causality,” Gregg Jaeger, in J. W. Haag, G. R. Peterson, and M. L. Spezio (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Religion and Science (Routledge; London, 2011).

“Individuation in Quantum Mechanics and Space-time” Gregg Jaeger, Foundations of Physics 40, 1369 (2010).

“Special Issue on Foundations of Quantum Information” Gregg Jaeger, Quantum Information Processing 9, 93 (2010).

“Unsharp Quantum Reality” Paul Busch and Gregg Jaeger, Foundations of Physics 40, 1341 (2010).

“Double-slit experiment,” Gregg Jaeger, in Compendium of Quantum Physics D. Greenberger, K. Hentschel, F. Weinert, eds. (Springer, 2009).

“Finite-time destruction of entanglement and non-locality by environmental influences,” Kevin Ann and Gregg Jaeger, Foundations of Physics 39, 790 (2009).

“Non-locality sudden death in tripartite systems” Gregg Jaeger and Kevin Ann, AIP Conference Proceedings Vol. 1101, 78 (2009).

“Which-way/welcher-weg experiment,” Paul Busch and Gregg Jaeger, in Compendium of Quantum Physics D. Greenberger, K. Hentschel, F. Weinert, eds. (Springer, 2009).

Patents
G. Jaeger, “Method and Apparatus for Creating at Least One Qubit in a Quantum Computing Device,” U.S. Patent No. 6,633,053 (2003).

G. Jaeger, “Method and System for the Quantum Mechanical Representation and Processing of Fuzzy Information,” U.S. Patent No. 6,675,154 (2004).

Other professional activity and/or awards:

Affiliate of the Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering, 2013.

Peyton Richter Award for Interdisciplinary Teaching, Boston University, 2012.

Member of the advisory board of the BU Center for History and Philosophy of Science, 2012.

Editorial Board Member for the book series Fundamental Theories of Physics (Springer, since 2009).

Associate Editor, Quantum Information Processing (Springer, since February, 2008).

Associate Editor, ICST Transactions on Quantum Communication (Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, since 2009).

Kavli Fellow, 2008.

Biographic Listing in Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, 2007-present.

Ismail Sensel Award for Excellence in Research, Boston University, 2007.