Sabine Hossenfelder, PhD is a theoretical physicist who is a research fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, an interdisciplinary think tank dedicated to theoretical physics and adjacent fields. Hossenfelder previously held the position of Assistant Professor at Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden. She works on physics beyond the standard model, phenomenological quantum gravity and modifications of general relativity. Hossenfelder’s academic publications are mostly dedicated to quantum gravity and physics beyond the standard model.
Sabine Hossenfelder is also a science writer. She wrote, "Lost in Math: How Beauty Leads Physics Astray", published in 2018, where she "argues that the modern physicists’ obsession with beauty has given with wonderful math but bad science." Hossenfelder has written articles published in New York Times, Nautilus, Scientific American, The Guardian, Quanta Magazine an Aeon. Hossenfelder’s blog is called Backreaction and she contributes to the Forbes column “Starts with a Bang”.
Hossenfelder is a singer and songwriter and creates music videos.
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