A futurist, a theoretical physicist and a professor at New York University, Dr. Michio Kaku is one of the world’s most widely recognized figures in the field of science. Michio takes his audiences on a grand tour of what the future might hold, giving a solid sense of how the brain functions and predicting how trends will affect business, commerce, finance and technology.
Theoretical physicist and futurist, Dr. Michio Kaku is one of the world’s leading keynote speakers. He is a co-founder of the String Field Theory and a pioneer in Superstring Theory.
Since graduating from Harvard and gaining his PhD at Berkeley University, Michio has been teaching for over two decades at the City University of New York. He is the Professor of Theoretical Physics there.
A best-selling author and regular contributor to online articles and academic journals, Michio’s work is well-respected, so much so that his books are required reading for PhD graduate students across the globe. His books have won countless titles, such as being voted one of the best science books of the year by The Washington Post and the New York Times.
A big name in the media too, Michio has also made guest appearances on international TV, he contributes to CBS News, science channels and radio shows.
He has popularised science and made the topic accessible to a younger generation. Michio asserts that, using today’s knowledge, we can confidently predict the direction of science through the next century. He is a highly current, intelligent and interesting keynote speaker.
His speaking topics include:
- Physics and theoretical physics
- Predictions for the future
- How technology impacts our lives
- String theory
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What people said about Michio Kaku
- "Audience was completely hooked up! His presentation was very informative, thought provoking and entertaining. And after the event, people were queuing for photos and autographs. Massive success!"
- - Misys