7 days ago

27: Ian Jauslin - crystals, complications, and curiosity

With mathematical physicist Ian Jauslin, we explore both scientific and personal topics, including:

- whether our universe could be nonlocal

- why not to put people and concepts into boxes

- what can math look like when approached organically

- how to constantly keep learning

 

Startovač: https://www.startovac.cz/patron/misto-problemu/

FB page: https://www.facebook.com/mistoproblemu

Web: https://www.mistoproblemu.cz/

 

Timestamps:

(00:00) introduction

(02:46) bosons and superfluidity

(05:46) crystallization

(17:30) math/physics interplay

(20:48) Bell's inequality

(34:12) consequences of nonlocality

(39:04) quantum cryptography

(45:12) putting people and concepts in boxes

(52:52) Bourbaki vs. organic education

(1:01:28) applicability and approach to research

(1:06:53) outreach

(1:16:30) curiosity

(1:21:25) efficiency, vim, and keyboard layouts

(1:30:07) failures in research, time management

(1:37:24) easy life and definition of success

(1:41:40) problem-solving strategies

(1:45:52) a final plea

 

Links:

- Ian's webpage: http://ian.jauslin.org/

- YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5OD3zd3Ds0Syf6s6cYemIw

- Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paper: https://iep.utm.edu/wp-content/media/epr-pdf.pdf

- Nicolas Bourbaki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolas_Bourbaki

- Bell's inequality: http://scholarpedia.org/article/Bell%27s_theorem

- vim: https://www.vim.org/

- Committee of Concerned Scientists: https://concernedscientists.org/

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