I am a PhD candidate in the History and Philosophy program at the University of Notre Dame (where I am also pursuing a Masters in physics). I work primarily on the philosophy of symmetries and quantum mechanics, but I am also interested in laws of nature and dispositions. Currently, I am writing a dissertation on the empirical significance of symmetries.
Over the past several years, I wrote Física Paso a Paso, a physics textbook aimed at helping students transition from high school physics into college physics. If you want to know more about the book, please click on “Física Paso a Paso,” on the top menu.
I recently completed a two years-long project that involved digitizing all the issues of the journal Epistemological Letters. This is a very significant yet difficult to find publication that run during the 70s, and in it we can find the very first extensive discussions about the nature of hidden variables in the light of the Bell inequalities. The digitized files can be found here!