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FQXi Mini-Grant Winners

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Awardee   Institution Value   Project Title
Tejinder Pal Singh Tata Institute of Fundamental Research $1,050 A new length scale for quantum gravity
Alexei Grinbaum CEA $2,000 What’s in the input/output distinction?
Adrian Kent University of Cambridge $2,500 Modelling Observers in Classical and Quantum Physics
Catalina Curceanu Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, LNF-INFN $2,500 Pilot experiment on biophotons: which are the properties of a living system to be an observer?
Amedeo Balbi Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Roma Tor Vergata $3,000 Modeling the spatiotemporal distribution of observers in the universe
Benjamin Dribus William Carey University $3,000 Constraints on Observation in Discrete Spacetime
Borivoje Dakic Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information $3,500 The notion of predictability in physics
Angelo Bassi University of Trieste $4,000 Is there a reality without an observer?
Bob Coecke Oxford University $4,000 10 years of ZX calculus meeting
Gaurav Khanna UMass Dartmouth $4,000 Observers and Observation in a Minimal Modal Interpretation of Quantum Theory
Christian Wuthrich University of Geneva $4,500 Split Summer School in Philosophy of Physics
Ralph Willox Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, the University of Tokyo $4,600 Non locality, causality and stability in nonlinear quantum theories
Samuel Colin Theiss Research $4,725 Early universe in the de Broglie-Bohm pilot-wave theory
Sebastian Deffner University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) $5,750 Thermodynamics of quantum information
Eduardo Guendelman Physics Dept. Ben Gurion University $6,000 Two Bahamas Conferences on Particle Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology
Dean Rickles University of Sydney $8,000 John Wheeler: Radical Conservative
Carlo Rovelli Samy Maroun Center $10,000 The role of the observer in temporarily and quantum mechanics.
Flavio Mercati Physics Department, Sapienza University of Rome $10,000 Observers in Quantum Gravity 2 Workshop
Franco Nori RIKEN $11,000 Control and observation of macroscopic quantum states
Ivette Fuentes University of Nottingham $11,260 Benasque session on Relativistic Quantum Observers
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