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FQXi Mini-Grant Winners

Display Mini-Grant winners from:

FALL 2020

The Mini-Grant round is funded through the Foundational Questions Institute's scientific partnership with the Fetzer Franklin Fund.

Awardee   Institution Value   Project Title
Larissa Albantakis University of Wisconsin $4,037 Conscious(ness) Realist – Publication Reviews and Commentaries
Lee Altenberg University of Hawai'i at Mānoa $1,150 Pandemic Brain Trust Safety Net
Jeffrey Bub University of Maryland $5,000 Illustrations for quantum-thermodynamics book for the public
Samuel Colin Theiss Research $3,675 Research visit to the CBPF and UERJ (Rio de Janeiro)
Catalina Curceanu Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati - INFN $2,200 Con-fluences: gravity related collapse studies meet research on quantum vibrations in microtubules. Research visit at University of Alberta, Edmonton
Bianca Dittrich Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics $10,500 Computing quantum space times
Christopher Fuchs Art and Science Laboratory; University of Massachusetts $7,590 Testing QBism: Can an artificial agent learn the Born rule?
Eduardo Guendelman Ben Gurion University $4,000 Bahamas Conference on Gravity, Particle Physics and Cosmology
Samir Mathur The Ohio State University $5,750 Modeling biological evolution using inflationary cosmology potentials
Simon Saunders Oxford University $6,050 Visualising the Everett interpretation
 
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