The Impact of Quantum Mechanics on Philosophy     (Physics Colloquium, Tel Aviv 2022)

The Measurement Problem and its Solution in the Many-Worlds Interpretation     (Harvard 2021)

From Quantum Miracles to Many Worlds     (Chapman 2021)

The Many Worlds Interpretation as the (Best) Explanation of the Results of Experiments     (On the Shoulders of Everett, Oxford 2021)

In favor of the Many Worlds interpretation     (Grenoble 2020)

The Paradox of the Two Observers     (John Bell Institute 2019)

The Two-State Vector Formalism of Quantum Mechanics     (John Bell Institute 2019)

The Past of a Quantum Particle     (John Bell Institute 2019)

Five Paradoxes on the Theme of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect     (John Bell Institute 2019)

Counterfactual Communication     Frontiers of Quantum Science (Technion 2019)

The meaning of weak values     (Perimeter 2016)

Ontology of the wave function    (Vienna 2015)

Effective Non-Hermitian Hamiltonian of a pre- and post-selected quantum system    (Jerusalem 2015)

Can Future Measurements Affect the Present Discussion    (Cambridge 2014)

From Bell Inequalities to Many Worlds interpretation    (Sesto 2014)

Paradoxes of the Aharonov-Bohm and Aharonov-Casher Effects     (Orange 2012) [If not playing, use Explorer]

Where is the quantum particle between two measurements?     (Perimeter 2010)

The time symmetric QM and the MWI    (Oxford 2009)

Many Worlds Interpretation I,   Many Worlds Interpretation II     (Perimeter 2009)

Paradoxes in the context of the Aharonov-Bohm and Aharonov-Casher effects (Tel Aviv 2009)

The Two State Vector Formalism     (Perimeter 2008)


In a Parallel Universe     (Hay on Wye 2013)

Cause and the Universe     (Hay on Wye 2013)

Uncovering Reality     (Hay on Wye 2013)

Quantum Theory and the Many Worlds Interpretation [in Hebrew]     (Beer Sheva 2014)