Csaba Csaki is a particle theorist focusing on physics beyond the standard model, physics of the TeV scale and the LHC. Of particular interest to him are composite Higgs models, extra dimensions and the use of the AdS/CFT duality for particle physics models, supersymmetry and exact results in strongly coupled gauge theories. Csaki received his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1997 with Lisa Randall. He was a Miller fellow at University of California, Berkeley and an Oppenheimer fellow at Los Alamos before joining the Cornell faculty in 2002, where he is now a professor of physics. He was elected Fellow of the APS and member of the Aspen Center for Physics. In 2017 he was awarded a Humboldt Research Prize in Germany.