A physicist by training, I dwell much of the time in the borderlands. My PhD thesis work was in the strange region where the mathematics of physics spills over into biology. Currently, I’m engaged with a problem in quantum information theory that brings into physics mathematical concepts that a dully orthodox physics education never touched. This problem also provides an opportunity to delve into the charmingly obscure byways of science history.
I am a Research Assistant Professor in the physics department of the University of Massachusetts, Boston. I work in the QBism research group led by Prof. Christopher Fuchs.
- My papers on the arXiv (plus one more)
- My profile at SciRate
- my vita (hypertextual PDF)
- Our research group
- Physics at UMass Boston
- Physics at Brandeis University
- New England Complex Systems Institute
- Me at the Azimuth Project
- My primary home on the Mastodon decentralized system is Blake Stacey at icosahedron.website.
- I’m also Blake Stacey at mastodon.mit.edu.
- And Blake Stacey at mathstodon.xyz.
“Giver,” Jonas suggested, “you and I don’t need
to care about the rest of them.”
The Giver looked at him with a questioning smile.
Jonas hung his head. Of course they needed to care.
It was the meaning of everything.