Dr. Jonathan Bain is associate professor of philosophy of science in the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, with affiliations in the Department of Philosophy, NYU-FAS and the History of Science and Science Studies Program, NYU-Gallatin. He is co-director of NYU Polytechnic's Science and Technology Studies Program. He has published on topics in the philosophy of quantum field theory, including the ontological significance of the CPT and Spin-Statistics theorems, relativity and quantum field theory, and the debate over field versus particle interpretations of QFTs. He has also published on topics in philosophy of spacetime, philosophy of quantum gravity and structural realism. He obtained a PhD in History and Philosophy of Science and an MS in Physics, both from the University of Pittsburgh.
2004-2006: Othmer Junior Faculty Fellowship, Othmer Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
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