Gregg Jaeger is Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences at Boston University and a researcher at the Quantum Imaging Lab at the Boston University Photonics Center.
Professor Jaeger has published in the areas of Quantum Computation, Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Metrology, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, History and Philosophy of Science, and Genetics. His education consists of a B.Sc. from UWisconsin-Madison in Mathematics, Philosophy, and Physics and a Ph.D. in Physics from Boston Unversity under the advisorship of Abner Shimony. He offers and has offered courses in quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, quantum information, the mathematics of computation, the philosophy of science, and the history of astronomy, biology and physics at Boston University and universities elswhere in the United States and in Europe.
He has written numerous journal articles, 2 patents in quantum computing, and the book Quantum information: An overview (Springer, 2007; ISBN 0387357254). He is currently working on his second book with Springer, under the working title "Entanglement, information, and the foundations of quantum mechanics."
Also a specialist editor on the topic of the philosophy of QM. --LMS