Andrew Strominger

Theoretical Physicist at Harvard University
Andrew Strominger is a highly regarded theoretical physicist, currently serving as the Gwill E. York Professor of Physics at Harvard University. His significant contributions to the field include explaining the microscopic origin of black hole entropy—a concept originally calculated by Stephen Hawking and Jacob Bekenstein—from string theory, in collaboration with Cumrun Vafa. His work spans classical and quantum gravity, quantum field theory, and string theory, having resolved critical questions in these areas. Strominger's accomplishments have been recognized with several prestigious...

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