Lorenzo Lorenzetti

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I'm a PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Bristol.
My main research areas are philosophy of physics, philosophy of science, and metaphysics. My current research focuses on inter-theory reduction in physics, especially functional reduction. I’m also interested in foundational aspects of statistical physics and thermodynamics and in the philosophy of quantum mechanics.
My PhD is supervised by James Ladyman and Karim Thébault, and funded by the AHRC (SWW DTP).
I spent Fall 2023 at the University of Pittsburgh and Spring 2022 at King's College as a visiting researcher. I'm part of the Bristol Philosophy of Physics Group and an affiliate member of the Geneva Symmetry Group.
You can find me on Scholar, PhilPapers, and Twitter.