for the Study of Foundations
Boundary Institute is a nonprofit scientific research organization
dedicated to the advancement of 21st-Century science.
We are pursuing two deeply-connected research themes, one concerning the foundations of
physics, the other the foundations of mathematics and computer science.
Ongoing research projects and activities
Anomalies experimental site - www.boundarylab.org
Recent publications and articles
My entry to the current FQXi essay contest on the "Emergence of Space and Time from Ultimately Simple Mathematics".
Past events and presentations
Physics Off the Beaten Path, a small eclectic physics meeting held in July 2010 on the San Jose State University campus
My talk "Highly-Parallel Systems, New Math, and New Tools"
given at Carnegie Mellon University on 10-18-2011.
Includes some cheeky commentary about the current state of computing, and some heretical challenges to the way
we think of the foundations of computing, physics, and mathematics.
Associates and colleagues
Richard Shoup home page
William Bricken home page
Thomas L. Etter collected papers 1960-2008
P.O. Box 10336
San Jose, CA 95157 USA
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