Phenoscience Laboratories researches the role of the scientific observer and seeks definitions of agent consciousness in particular. This includes both conceptual and experimental work on the nature of agency, free will, intelligence, and consciousness, in the context of quantum physics and of science as-a-whole (Walleczek, 2019; Walleczek and von Stillfried, 2019; Walleczek, 2016; Walleczek and Grössing, 2016). A central question regarding agent consciousness is the following: How does consciousness structure the scientific experience of reality? Or is the structure of reality entirely independent of consciousness or free will?
Agency, Consciousness, Free Will, and the Nature of Reality
Walleczek, J. (2019) Agent Inaccessibility as a Fundamental Principle in Quantum Mechanics: Objective Unpredictability and Formal Uncomputability. Entropy 21, 4. Read more
Walleczek, J. and von Stillfried, N. (2019) False-Positive Effect in the Radin Double-Slit Experiment on Observer Consciousness as Determined with the Advanced Meta-Experimental Protocol. Front. Psychol. 10:1891. Read more
Walleczek, J. (2016) The Super-indeterminism in Orthodox Quantum Mechanics Does Not Implicate the Reality of Experimenter Free Will. J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 701, 012005. Read more
Walleczek, J. and Grössing, G. (2016) Nonlocal Quantum Information Transfer Without Superluminal Signalling and Communication. Found. Phys. 46, 1208–1228. Read more
Talk at the ‘The Science of Consciousness’ Conference (TSC 2019), Interlaken, Switzerland, June 25, 2019. Title: Agent Inaccessibility to the Quantum World and the Problem of Free Will and Human Agency. Jan Walleczek (Phenoscience Laboratories, Berlin). Click here for the abstract.
Talk at the ‘The Science of Consciousness’ Conference (TSC 2018), Tuscon, USA, April 3, 2018. Title: The Hard Problem of Free Will and Quantum Super-Indeterminism. Jan Walleczek (Phenoscience Laboratories, Berlin). Click here for more information.
Talk at the ‘The Science of Consciousness’ Conference (TSC 2017), San Diego, USA, June 6, 2017. Title: Is Free Will Compatible with the Nonlocal and Deterministic Quantum Ontology of David Bohm? Jan Walleczek (Phenoscience Laboratories, Berlin).
Talk at the ‘The Science of Consciousness’ Conference (TSC 2017), San Diego, USA, June 6, 2017. Title: Does the wave function refer to the (proto)phenomenal? Exploring a radical proposal based on a Bohm-type interpretation of quantum physics. Nikolaus von Stillfried (Phenoscience Laboratories, Berlin).