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Me lecturing at UCR, Dec. 2019.

Matthew Fox

University of California, Santa Barbara
PhD Student

Pronouns: he/him

E: msfox-AT-ucsb-DOT-edu
P: NA
O: T939 1004


Hello friend. I am a graduate student at UCSB in the department of physics. I was formerly a PSI master's student at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in goose-oppressed Waterloo, Ontario. My PSI '22 cohort was the best of the best. If you're an undergraduate interested in graduate-level physics, I highly recommend this life-changing program.

I research the awesome intersection of quantum computing, quantum gravity, and quantum foundations. Some details here. I think Everett and Borges were right, at least in this branch. On the side I think about superintelligence, metaphysics, cybersecurity, and some things in analytic number theory. I also climb rocks. Find me at the local crag Ondra-screaming as I hangdog the heck out of some 5.12 (or maybe 5.9). More about me here, and there is a flag that needs capturing here.