Lectures

"Peuton Comprendre la Mechanique Quantique?" ("Can One Understand Quantum Mechanics?"; audio only)
Brussels (October 2017)
Audio of a mini course on quantum mechanics in Brussels (in french).

"A Simple Derivation of Bohmian Mechanics"
(April 2015)
A very simple introduction to Bohmian Mechanics.

"Introductory Lecture to Bohmian Mechanics"
(April 2014)
This lecture is aimed at an audience who is familiar with some basic quantum mechanics. Its aim is to convey the basic ideas and show some applications of Bohmian Mechanics in a rather accessible way. Consequently it sometimes ignores subtleties and demonstrates things in a simplified way. For a more thorough account we refer to the literature that can be found in the script to the lecture. Script available online here.
[Link to the ITunes Playlist]

"What Bohmian Mechanics is and why one should study it"

"How the state of a system and its evolution are described in Bohmian Mechanics"

"The origin of randomness in Bohmian Mechanics, quantum equilibrium and the empirical equivalence of Bohmian mechanics and quantum theory as one finds it in textbooks"

"How Bohmian Mechanics solves the measurement problem, how it explains the collapse of the wave function, and the role decoherence plays"

"The wave function of a subsystem"

"The derivation of the operator formalism from Bohmian Mechanics"
