CERN Colloquium

The Future of Fundamental Physics

by Prof. Robbert Dijkgraaf (Director and Leon Levy Professor of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey (USA))

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The reports of the death of physics are greatly exaggerated. Instead, I would argue, we are living in a golden era and the best is yet to come. Not only did the past decades see some amazing breakthrough discoveries and show us the many unknowns in our current understanding, but more importantly, science in general is moving from studying `what is’ to `what could be.’  There will be many more fundamental laws of nature hidden within the endless number of physical systems we could fabricate out of the currently known building blocks. This demands an open mind about the concepts of unity and progress in physics. 

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Wolfgang Lerche / TH-SP

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