About Dr George Zouros
Dr Zouros has worked as a Lecturer and Senior Tutor in Economics at NCH since its foundation, teaching Mathematics, Statistics and Further Mathematics. He received his PhD in Philosophy of Science in 2007 from the London School of Economics, where he is currently studying for a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education.
George completed a PGCE in Mathematics at Kings College in 2009 and previously earned a BSc in Physics (Queen Mary College, 1992) and an MSc in Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces (Imperial College, 1993).
PGCE in Mathematics, Kings College London (2009)
PhD in Philosophy of Science, London School of Economics (2007)
MSc in Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces, Imperial College London (1993)
BSc in Physics, Queen Mary and Westfield College, London (1992)
Dr George Zouros's Research
Dr Zouros’ research concentrates on the philosophical foundations of quantum mechanics.
George’s PhD research concentrated on the philosophical foundations of quantum mechanics, with particular interest in the resolutions of the paradoxes associated with quantum theory. The main focus was on the Popper experiment, a variant of the EPR thought experiment.
Dr George Zouros's Teaching
Dr Zouros is a Lecturer for the Economics BSc at New College of the Humanities. He joined the College from the London School of Economics where he was a Teaching Fellow lecturing in Quantitative Methods, Operational Research Methods and Logic.
George has taught at NCH since 2015 and at LSE since 1999 at both undergraduate and post graduate level in the departments of Philosophy, Economics, Management, Operational Research and Statistics. He has also taught at secondary school level at City of London Academy. He is always keen to employ new technologies and innovations in his teaching and has been awarded a number of teaching awards from the Philosophy, the Mathematics and the Statistics departments of the London School of Economics.
Lecturer (Postgraduate and Undergraduate Level)
Economics Department, NCH – Mathematics (2015-date), Statistics (2015-date), Further Mathematics (2013-2017), Mathematics 1 & 2 (2012-2016)
Management Department, LSE – Quantitative Methods in Management (MSc in Management) (2009-2013), MSc Pre-Sessional Course in Quantitative Methods (2009-2013)
Operational Research Department, LSE – Operational Research Methods (2009-2011)
Philosophy Department, LSE – Logic (2007), Scientific Revolutions: Historical and Philosophical Aspects (2005)
Teacher (Postgraduate Level)
Management Department, LSE – Quantitative Methods in Management (MSc in Management) (2008-2014)
Philosophy Department, LSE – History of Science (MSc in History and Philosophy of Science) (2008 – 2009)
Logic (2004 – 2005)
Economics Department, LSE – MSc Mathematics for Economics (2000 – 2005)
Teacher (Undergraduate Level)
Philosophy Department, LSE – Scientific Revolutions: Historical and Philosophical Aspects (2002-2007), Elements of Logic (2000-2015), Scientific Method (2003-2004), Reason Values and Knowledge (2000-2004)
Statistics Department, LSE – Quantitative Methods (Statistics) (1999 – date), Elementary Statistical Theory (2014 – date)
Mathematics Department, LSE – Game Theory (2004 – date), Mathematical Methods (2003 – date), Quantitative Methods (1999 – date)
Economics Department, LSE, Economics B (2004-2005), Mathematical Economics (2003-2004), Game Theory (2003-2004)
Teacher (Secondary School)
City of London Academy, Southwark – Newly Qualified Teacher (Mathematics) (2009)
LSE Class Teacher Prize, Philosophy Department (2004)
LSE Class Teacher Prize, Mathematics Department (2012)
LSE Class Teacher Prize, Mathematics Department (2015)
LSE Student-Led Teaching Award, LSE Students Union (2015)
LSE Class Teacher Award, Statistics Department, (2017)