I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Lichtenberg Group for History and Philosophy of Physics at the University of Bonn; I am also affiliated with the Harvard University's Black Hole Initiative and involved in the next generation Event Horizon Telescope, where I am co-leading a History, Philosophy, and Culture focus group on Algorithms, Inference, and Visualization. I work in foundations of physics and philosophy of science, focusing on:
philosophy of astrophysics (character of evidence in astrophysics, roles of numerical methods, means of access to black holes);
global spacetime structure in general relativity (failures of determinism, interior structure of black holes, what makes a spacetime model physically reasonable);
and some conceptual puzzles in QFT in curved spacetime & quantum gravity.
My other academic interests include human enhancement; ethical, social, and legal issues in space exploration; history of general relativity; and mathematical logic. My PhD is from Jagiellonian University in Cracow; in 2020 my dissertation (on determinism in general relativity) received a Polish prime minister prize for outstanding research.
Contact me at: jdoboszewski at gmail or protonmail, or jdobosze at uni-bonn de. I am not always up to speed with my messages - please do not hesitate to follow up if I have not responded for a while.