Mike Towler is a Royal Society research fellow in the Theory of Condensed Matter (TCM) Group at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge and a College Lecturer at Emmanuel College.
One year ago he taught a graduate lecture course on the foundations of quantum mechanics, specializing in pilot-wave theory (otherwise known as Bohmian mechanics or deBroglie-Bohm theory).
You can access the lecture by clicking here.
I profess ignorance (or worse - just enough knowledge to be dangerous in discussing it) in all things De Broglie-Bohm Theory, except yesterday when I realized it is an excellent starting point for understanding the burgeoning field of Quantum Hydrodynamics. So now I have to re-visit this much-damned theory, because in some cases, apparently, it is quite useful. It is certainly misunderstood.
Here is a picture of Mike: