Kristian Camilleri is a lecturer in the History and Philosophy of Science program in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies. After studying physics and HPS at Melbourne University, he completed his PhD in HPS at Melbourne University in 2005. Kristian has published extensively in the history and philosophy of modern physics, and in 2009 he published a monograph with Cambridge University Press entitled Heisenberg and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: The Physicist as Philosopher. He has also written on such topics as Galileo’s thought experiments, the role of metaphors in science, and the recent debates over string theory. He teaches across a broad range of subjects in the history and philosophy of science, with a particular focus on the history of science, the epistemology of scientific practice and the relationship between science and religion.