I'm a professor in the Philosophy Department at Oberlin College, and I work in the philosophy of science, the philosophy of physics, and related areas of metaphysics. My current research focusses on a cluster of questions about representation in the sciences, including questions about the nature of models and modelling, and about the connections between scientific representation and "ordinary" fiction. The other main area I've worked in is the philosophy of quantum mechanics. For more, see my research pages.
Incidentally, I changed my surname to Thomson-Jones in the summer of 2004, when I married Kate Thomson; before that it was Jones simpliciter, which I had to spend even more time spelling over the phone.