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Gábor Hofer-Szabó
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Academic Year 2011-12
Causal Explanation of Quantum Correlations

Gábor Hofer-Szabó is a Bolyai Research Fellow of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and associate professor at King Sigismund College, Budapest. His main research areas are Reichenbach’s Common Cause Principle and the common causal explanation of quantum correlations. In the present he is interested in the status of the Common Cause Principle in algebraic quantum field theory.
Gábor comes to Pittsburgh with his wife, Annamária, and three children, Luca (5), Marci (3) and Dani (1). His visit is sponsored by the Fulbright Research Grant.

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