Quantum holonomy theory is a candidate for a fundamental theory, which I have developed in collaboration with the mathematician Johannes Aastrup over the past 15 years.

The basic idea in quantum holonomy theory is to start with an elementary algebra of observables together with a metric principle on an associated configuration space.

You will find a general non-technical introduction to quantum holonomy theory as well as a slightly-technical presentation and a more detailed overview in these pages. You can also read my newsletters, where I have attempted to give a non-technical commentary on the progress of our work over the past few years. If you are looking for additional information on quantum holonomy theory please check out these papers or contact either me or my colleague Johannes Aastrup.

New: for a non-technical presentation of Quantum Holonomy Theory – background, basic ideas, development – you can also check out my book “SHELL BEACH – the search for the final theory“, which has just been published.

Also, for a recent update on my work go to my latest newsletter or this blog post.