Current Scholars

Each year, leading scientists and scholars from all over the world come to the Institute to interact, explore, share, and discover. A new intellectual mix of researchers and ideas is created, spanning young postdoctoral fellows to distinguished senior professors, across the humanities and sciences.

Natural Sciences

Cosmology, Astrophysics

Historical Studies

Art History

Mathematics

Geometry, Topology

Mathematics

Probability and Statistics, Machine Learning

Historical Studies

Classical Archaeology

Historical Studies

Architecture - Spolia

Social Science

Anthropology of Money

Mathematics

Symplectic Geometry, Hamiltonian Dynamics

Social Science

History

Mathematics

Mathematical Fluid Mechanics

Institute Visitor

Natural Sciences

Quantum Field Theory

Mathematics

Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry

Historical Studies

Professor Emeritus

Historical Studies

Early Modern Europe, World History

Social Science

Sociology

Natural Sciences
Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Mathematics

Algebraic Geometry

Italian Studies, History of Romance Languages and Romance Philology, Discourse Analysis, Multilingualism, Gender Studies

Historical Studies

History of Religion and Visual Studies

Social Science

Cultural Anthropology

Social Science

English Literature

Mathematics

Computational Complexity, Proof Theory

Historical Studies

Early Modern Religion, Gender History

Historical Studies

Roman History, Epigraphy, Empire, Cities

Mathematics

Dynamical Systems and Geometry

Historical Studies

Ancient Near Eastern Studies

Social Science

Sociology

Natural Sciences

Astrophysics

Natural Sciences

Systems Biology

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies

Mathematical Analysis, Analytic Number Theory

Historical Studies

Early Modern France, Material Culture

Mathematics

Complexity Theory

Historical Studies

Ancient History

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Mathematics

Machine Learning

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Mathematics

Algorithms, Optimization

Natural Sciences

Quantum Gravity, General Relativity, Gauge-Gravity Dualities

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