Watch: Greg Gabadadze Discusses the Future of Physics at the Simons Foundation

The associate director of the Mathematics and Physical Sciences division describes some of the mysteries he hopes will be solved

Greg Gabadadze joined the foundation in September 2017 as associate director for physics in the Mathematics and Physical Sciences division. He is professor of physics and the chair of the physics department at New York University, where he previously served as director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics. Born in Tbilisi, Gabadadze attended physics lectures at Georgian Technical University while in a high school, and he holds an M.S. degree from Moscow State University and a Ph.D. in physics from Rutgers University.