"The general philosophical lessons that are embedded in physical laws are what excite me".
Cumrun Vafa is a renound Iranian-American theoretical physicist and the Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Harvard University. His works focus not only on the complexities of quantam physics, black holes and superstring theory, but also extend to the intersection between science and philosophy. As well as authoring and co-authoring numerous articles and books, he has won an impressive array of awards for his research.
His most recent book is 'Puzzles to Unravel the Universe' (2020). Additionally, he features in many lectures and interviews both on the IAI and youtube.
'One of the world's greatest physicists.' –Brian Greene