Lucas Dunlap
Graduate Student
 
AOS: Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Philosophy of Physics, Philosophy of Science
Office: SKN 1110C

Lucas is a PhD candidate in the philosophy department. His area of specialization is the philosophy of physics, in particular the foundations of quantum mechanics. He is also interested in the foundations of statistical mechanics, chance, complexity, and computation. Before coming to Maryland, he earned a BA in philosophy from Trinity College in Connecticut, and an MA in the philosophical foundations of physics from Columbia University in New York.

Lucas's research focuses mostly on the foundations of quantum theory. He is interested in the intersection of quantum information, quantum computation, and the measurement problem.

Spring 2017
PHIL308X Studies in Contemporary Philosophy: Philosophy and Time Travel
Fall 2016
PHIL308X Studies in Contemporary Philosophy: Philosophy and Time Travel
Spring 2016
PHIL308X Studies in Contemporary Philosophy: Philosophy and Time Travel
Summer 2015
PHIL308X Studies in Contemporary Philosophy: Philosophy and Time Travel
Spring 2015
PHIL100 Introduction to Philosophy
Fall 2014
PHIL308X Studies in Contemporary Philosophy: Philosophy and Time Travel
Summer 2013
PHIL308X Studies in Contemporary Philosophy; Phiosophy and Time Travel