Institute for Advanced Study
School of Natural Sciences
Princeton, NJ 08540
Nima Arkani-Hamed is a theorist with wide-ranging interests in fundamental physics. He is concerned with the relation between theory and experiment, with a special focus on current and future particle accelerators as well as cosmological observations.
Articles and Talks for a general audience:
"The Future of Fundamental Physics", Daedalus, Vol. 141, Issue 3, Summer 2012, Science in the 21st Century, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2012.The Inevitability of Physical Laws: Why the Higgs Has to Exist, Public Lecture at the Institute for Advanced Study, October 26, 2012
2010 Messenger Lectures at Cornell University, October 4 - 8, 2010
- Setting the Stage:Space-Time and Quantum Mechanics
- Our "Standard Models" of Particle Physics and Cosmology
- Space-Time is Doomed: What Replaces It?
- Why Is There a Macroscopic Universe?
- A New Golden Age of Experiments: What We Might Know By 2020?