Frank Wilczek, PhD, is a Nobel Laureate theoretical physicist, author of ‘The Lightness of Being’ and ‘A Beautiful Question,' a professor at Origins, ASU, MIT, Stockholm University and chief scientist, Wilczek Quantum Center, Zhejiang University of Technology, China.
Since 2010, Frank has presented salons with members of Spirit of the Senses, listed below.
Frank has conributed essays for the Spirit of the Senses Journal. You can read his essays here:
SPIRIT OF THE SENSES SALONS
THE SALON: What Reality Has Taught Me
THE SALON: Fundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality
Frank Wilczek discussed ideas from his forthcoming book 'Fundamentals: Ten Keys to Reality' revealing insights that illuminate what everyone should know about the physical world.
THE SALON: There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom
In 1959 Richard Feynman gave a visionary talk ‘There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom’ in which he anticipated many aspects of modern microelectronics, computing, and nanotechnology. Nobel Laureate physicist Frank Wilczek revisited Feynman’s themes, and bring in some new ones, to emphasize there is plenty more room to grow inward.
THE SALON: Tour of SciHub Lab
Frank Wilczek joined Nathan Newman, PhD, Lamonte H. Lawrence Professor in Solid State Science, ASU, to tour and discuss research and projects at their new SciHub Lab at Arizona State University.
THE SALON: TIME
A conversation with Frank Wilczek about TIME with some tentative answers, some speculations, and more questions.
THE SALON: A Beautiful Question
THE SALON: New Dimensions in Color
THE SALON: The Next 100 Years in Physics
THE SALON: Opening the Doors of Perception
THE SALON: Hidden Layers
THE BOSTON SALONS
THE SALON: Playing with the Symmetry of Time: Axions and Time Crystals
Frank Wilczek, PhD, a Nobel Prize winning theoretical physicist from M.I.T., and author of ‘The Lightness of Being’, discussed scientific concepts about time.
THE SALON: Quantum Beauty: Ideal and Real
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