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American physicist

Leonard Susskind is Professor of Theoretical Physics at Stanford University, and the Founding Director for the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics. Among many specialties in physics, including quantum field theory, quantum statistical mechanics and quantum cosmology, Susskind is widely regarded as one of the fathers of string theory. In 1995, he was the first physicist to precisely define the string theory concept for physics. Susskind actually began working as a plumber as a teenager, and later entered the City College of New York, graduating with a B.S. in Physics in 1962. He received his Ph.D. in 1965 in Physics from Cornell University.

Susskind began as an assistant professor of physics at Yeshiva University and then Tel Aviv before landing his role at Stanford University. His career has been marked by notable contributions in the areas of the application of string theory to explanations of the “dual resonance” model of strong interactions in particle physics. Along with colleagues Yoichiro Nambu and Holger Bech Nielsen, Susskind played a major role in bringing string theory into the discussion of physics, thereby cementing his place as a major physicist of the late 20th century.

Susskind’s The Cosmic Landscape and The Black Hole War books have brought him more mainstream attention as a major thinker in physics and cosmology. He won the Pomeranchuk Prize in 2008, an award for distinguished science writing, and the Sakurai Prize in 1998, along with a Boris Pregel Award from the New York Academy of Sciences in 1975.

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According to Wikipedia, Leonard Susskind is an American physicist, who is a professor of theoretical physics at Stanford University, and founding director of the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics. His research interests include string theory, quantum field theory, quantum statistical mechanics and quantum cosmology. He is a member of the US National Academy of Sciences, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an associate member of the faculty of Canada's Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and a distinguished professor of the Korea Institute for Advanced Study.

- The world as a hologram (1994) (3305)
- M theory as a matrix model: A Conjecture (1996) (2606)
- Dynamics of Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in the Weinberg-Salam Theory (1979) (1242)
- Cool horizons for entangled black holes (2013) (1152)
- Hamiltonian Formulation of Wilson's Lattice Gauge Theories (1975) (1087)
- The Anthropic Landscape of String Theory (2003) (992)
- The stretched horizon and black hole complementarity. (1993) (927)
- Fast Scramblers (2008) (900)
- The Holographic bound in anti-de Sitter space (1998) (824)
- Quantum mechanical phase and time operator (1964) (683)
- Mass Without Scalars (1979) (662)
- Invasion of the giant gravitons from Anti-de Sitter space (2000) (647)
- Holographic Complexity Equals Bulk Action? (2016) (597)
- Computational complexity and black hole horizons (2014) (590)
- Black hole entropy in canonical quantum gravity and superstring theory. (1994) (557)
- Complexity and Shock Wave Geometries (2014) (538)
- Complexity, action, and black holes (2015) (506)
- Localized shocks (2014) (460)
- Some speculations about black hole entropy in string theory (1993) (438)
- A theory of everything? (2005) (432)
- The IR/UV connection in the non-commutative gauge theories (2000) (412)
- Gravity and global symmetries. (1995) (382)
- Disturbing Implications of a Cosmological Constant (2002) (369)
- An Introduction to Black Holes, Information And The String Theory Revolution: The Holographic Universe (2004) (358)
- Charge shielding and quark confinement in the massive schwinger model (1975) (353)
- Another Conjecture about M(atrix) Theory (1997) (352)
- Holography and cosmology (1998) (338)
- Dilaton Tadpoles, String Condensates and Scale Invariance (1986) (319)
- The Quantum Hall Fluid and Non-Commutative Chern Simons Theory (2001) (312)
- Magnetic fields, branes, and noncommutative geometry (1999) (309)
- Entanglement is not enough (2014) (308)
- Strings in background electric field, space / time noncommutativity and a new noncritical string theory (2000) (281)
- Difficulties for the Evolution of Pure States Into Mixed States (1984) (279)
- Isospin breaking in technicolor models (1980) (276)
- Observational consequences of a landscape (2005) (270)
- Tumbling Gauge Theories (1980) (259)
- Addendum to computational complexity and black hole horizons (2014) (259)
- The Cosmic Landscape: String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design (2005) (258)
- Initial Conditions for Inflation (2002) (254)
- Lattice models of quark confinement at high temperature (1979) (252)
- Order and disorder in gauge systems and magnets (1978) (249)
- D-branes and fat black holes (1996) (249)
- The trouble with de Sitter space (2002) (246)
- Space/time non-commutativity and causality (2000) (240)
- String theory and quintessence (2001) (211)
- Second law of quantum complexity (2017) (208)
- Holography in the flat space limit (1999) (201)
- String theory and the principle of black hole complementarity. (1993) (200)
- Gedanken experiments involving black holes. (1993) (200)
- Black hole complementarity versus locality. (1995) (196)
- Strings, black holes, and Lorentz contraction. (1993) (180)
- Dual-symmetric theory of hadrons.—I (1970) (171)
- Charge Superselection Rule (1967) (170)
- Vacuum polarization and the absence of free quarks (1974) (167)
- Switchbacks and the Bridge to Nowhere (2014) (165)
- Light composite fermions (1980) (164)
- Baryon number of the universe (1978) (160)
- Wormholes and the cosmological constant (1989) (157)
- End point of Hawking radiation. (1992) (157)
- Theory As A Matrix Model : A Conjecture (1998) (156)
- Is there really a de Sitter/CFT duality? (2002) (155)
- TASI lectures on the Holographic Principle (2000) (145)
- Strong Coupling Calculations of Lattice Gauge Theories: (1+1)-Dimensional Exercises (1976) (143)
- Black hole evaporation in 1+1 dimensions (1992) (141)
- Breaking of Supersymmetry at Intermediate-Energy (1982) (138)
- Quantum complexity and negative curvature (2016) (134)
- OBSERVABILITY OF THE SIGN CHANGE OF SPINORS UNDER 2$pi$ ROTATIONS. (1967) (134)
- Model of Self-Induced Strong Interactions (1968) (133)
- The parton picture of elementary particles (1973) (129)
- Review of matrix theory (1997) (127)
- Supersymmetry Breaking in the Anthropic Landscape (2004) (124)
- Complexity Equals Action (2015) (124)
- Vanishing Renormalization of the D Term in Supersymmetric U(1) Theories (1981) (123)
- Schwarzschild Black Holes from Matrix Theory (1998) (122)
- Holographic framework for eternal inflation (2006) (118)
- How quark confinement solves the η → 3 π problem (1975) (118)
- Creating the baryon asymmetry at the electroweak phase transition (1991) (114)
- Vacuum polarization and the quark parton puzzle (1973) (113)
- Rotational invariance in the M(atrix) formulation of type IIB theory (1997) (109)
- Negative energy, superluminosity, and holography (1999) (108)
- Multiverse interpretation of quantum mechanics (2011) (106)
- Three Lectures on Complexity and Black Holes (2018) (105)
- Trouble For Remnants (1995) (105)
- Asymptotic level density in heterotic string theory and rotating black holes (1994) (102)
- Grand unified theory with heavy color (1979) (101)
- Vacuum Polarization and the Absence of Free Quarks in Four-Dimensions (1974) (100)
- How Bob Laughlin tamed the giant graviton from Taub-NUT space (2000) (98)
- The Transfer of Entanglement: The Case for Firewalls (2012) (96)
- Superluminal Behavior, Causality, and Instability (1969) (94)
- A quantitative approach to low-energy quantum chromodynamics (1976) (94)
- Addendum to Fast Scramblers (2011) (93)
- Continuum strings from discrete field theories (1988) (89)
- Framework for the string theory landscape (2004) (83)
- Schwarzschild black holes in matrix theory II (1998) (81)
- The typical‐state paradox: diagnosing horizons with complexity (2015) (80)
- Tree-like structure of eternal inflation: A solvable model (2012) (79)
- ER=EPR, GHZ, and the consistency of quantum measurements (2014) (77)
- Black Hole Complementarity and the Harlow-Hayden Conjecture (2013) (76)
- Brane - anti-brane forces (1995) (76)
- Counting Schwarzschild and charged black holes (1996) (75)
- SIZE AND SHAPE OF STRINGS (1988) (74)
- Singularities, Firewalls, and Complementarity (2012) (73)
- Cosmic censorship in two-dimensional gravity. (1992) (72)
- Electromagnetic Memory (2015) (70)
- Hawking Radiation and Back-Reaction (1992) (69)
- Schwarzschild black holes in various dimensions from matrix theory (1997) (69)
- Why do Things Fall (2018) (69)
- Copenhagen vs Everett, Teleportation, and ER=EPR (2016) (68)
- Quantum Gravity in the Lab: Teleportation by Size and Traversable Wormholes (2019) (66)
- The gauge hierarchy problem, technicolor, supersymmetry, and all that (1984) (65)
- Falling toward charged black holes (2018) (61)
- Strong-coupling calculations of the hadron spectrum of quantum chromodynamics (1977) (60)
- A wormhole catastrophe (1989) (60)
- T Duality in M(atrix) Theory and S Duality in Field Theory (1996) (60)
- Structure of hadrons implied by duality (1970) (60)
- Quantum mechanics of the googolplexus (1989) (59)
- A Framework for the Landscape (2004) (58)
- String Theory and the Size of Hadrons (2001) (58)
- The Second Law of Quantum Complexity (2017) (57)
- The Python’s Lunch: geometric obstructions to decoding Hawking radiation (2019) (57)
- Complexity of Jackiw-Teitelboim gravity (2018) (56)
- Chiral magnetism (or magnetohadrochironics) (1974) (56)
- Realizing the quantum Hall system in string theory (2001) (56)
- Braneless black holes (1996) (54)
- Crunches, Hats, and a Conjecture (2010) (53)
- Bosonic M theory (2000) (53)
- Scale-invariant parton model (1974) (52)
- Census Taking in the Hat: FRW/CFT Duality (2009) (51)
- Strong Coupling Expansions and Phase Diagrams for the O(2), O(3) and O(4) Heisenberg Spin Systems in Two-dimensions (1979) (50)
- THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING TORUS (1997) (50)
- Wilson loops as precursors (1999) (49)
- The Census Taker's Hat (2007) (49)
- Twenty Years of Debate with Stephen (2002) (48)
- Renormalization group and string amplitudes (1988) (47)
- NON-PLANAR DUAL SYMMETRIC LOOP GRAPHS AND THE POMERON. (1970) (46)
- Quantum Mechanics of Inflation (1985) (45)
- Dear Qubitzers, GR=QM (2017) (45)
- Baryon asymmetry in the very early universe (1979) (45)
- Two-dimensional quantum cosmology. (1991) (45)
- Teleportation through the wormhole (2017) (44)
- Complexity and Newton's Laws (2019) (44)
- Matrix Theory Black Holes and the Gross Witten Transition (1998) (44)
- The paradox of quantum black holes (2006) (43)
- Complexity geometry of a single qubit (2019) (43)
- Quantum cosmology in 2+1 and 3+1 dimensions (1985) (42)
- HARMONIC-OSCILLATOR ANALOGY FOR THE VENEZIANO MODEL. (1969) (41)
- Magnetic fields, branes, and noncommutative geometry - art. no. 066004 (2000) (40)
- Butterflies on the Stretched Horizon (2013) (39)
- Quantum Mechanics: The Theoretical Minimum (2014) (39)
- Parton models and asymptotic freedom (1974) (38)
- Fermion representation for the Z2 lattice gauge theory in 2+1 dimensions (1980) (38)
- Fluid dynamics, Chern-Simons theory and the quantum Hall effect (1991) (36)
- Information spreading in interacting string field theory (1994) (35)
- New Concepts for Old Black Holes (2013) (34)
- ALGEBRAIC ASPECTS OF PIONIC DUALITY DIAGRAMS. (1970) (33)
- Lattice gauge theory calculations in 1 + 1 dimensions and the approach to the continuum limit (1976) (33)
- String physics and black holes (1995) (33)
- Black Holes and Complexity Classes (2018) (32)
- Quark confinement and the puzzle of the ninth axial-vector current (1974) (30)
- The theoretical minimum : what you need to know to start doing physics (2013) (29)
- Quark Confinement in Unusual Environments (1979) (28)
- Electron-Positron Annihilation at and above the Threshold for Production of Charmed Hadrons (1975) (28)
- Instantons, scale invariance and Lorentz invariance in matrix theory (1997) (27)
- A Sparse Model of Quantum Holography (2020) (26)
- Black Holes Hint Towards De Sitter-Matrix Theory (2021) (26)
- Microwave ionization of highly excited hydrogen atoms: A test of the correspondence principle. (1989) (26)
- Space-time code. V (1974) (23)
- De Sitter Holography: Fluctuations, Anomalous Symmetry, and Wormholes (2021) (23)
- A Two Fluid Description of the Quantum Hall Soliton (2001) (23)
- Future foam: Nontrivial topology from bubble collisions in eternal inflation (2008) (22)
- Entanglement and Chaos in De Sitter Holography: An SYK Example (2021) (21)
- Black holes and the information paradox. (1997) (21)
- Phases of Two-Dimensional Heisenberg Spin Systems from Strong-Coupling Expansions (1978) (21)
- Gauge symmetry and localized gravity in M-theory (2000) (20)
- Complexity and momentum (2020) (20)
- DUAL-PARTON MODEL FOR MESONS AND BARYONS (1971) (20)
- Colored monopoles on the lattice (1981) (19)
- Canonical quantization of 1+1 dimensional gravity (1984) (19)
- Eternal Symmetree (2011) (19)
- Complexity geometry and Schwarzian dynamics (2019) (18)
- The information paradox of black holes (1997) (18)
- Multiphoton ionization in a short-range potential: A nonperturbative approach. (1990) (18)
- String loop divergences and effective lagrangians (1988) (17)
- Fractal-Flows and Time's Arrow (2012) (17)
- Observational Consequences of a Landscape: Epilogue (2014) (17)
- Asymptotic freedom and the "absence" of vector-gluon exchange in wide-angle hadronic collisions (1975) (17)
- The Theoretical Minimum (2013) (17)
- Topological phases of eternal inflation (2010) (16)
- Number of states of two-dimensional critical string theory. (1995) (15)
- Entanglement and Chaos in De Sitter Space Holography: An SYK Example (2021) (15)
- A note on discrete light cone quantization (1997) (15)
- Charged Black Holes (2004) (15)
- A lattice model of fractional statistics (1991) (15)
- A parton theory based on the dual resonance model (1971) (14)
- Is Eternal Inflation Past-Eternal? And What if It Is? (2012) (14)
- Initial conditions for ination (2002) (13)
- Deconfinement transition as black hole formation by the condensation of QCD strings (2014) (13)
- Black Holes, Interactions, and Strings (1994) (13)
- A quark model of mesons based on chiral symmetry (1973) (13)
- Finite N Heterotic Matrix Models and Discrete Light Cone Quantization (1997) (13)
- Hard and soft processes in hadrodynamics (1972) (13)
- Technicolored solution to the strong CP problem (1978) (12)
- Alternative patterns of chiral symmetry breaking in QCD (1981) (12)
- Horizons Protect Church-Turing (2020) (11)
- Entanglement in De Sitter space (2022) (11)
- Dual-symmetric theory of hadrons (1970) (11)
- Was There a Beginning (2012) (11)
- Information loss and anomalous scattering. (1992) (11)
- Entanglement Holonomies. (2018) (11)
- 1+1 dimensional compactifications of string theory. (2003) (11)
- XIV. New ideas about confinement (1976) (10)
- de Sitter Space as a Resonance. (2016) (10)
- The Three Faces of a Fixed Point (2012) (10)
- Removal of the divergence of a planar dual-symmetric loop (1970) (10)
- Goldstone-Nambu bosons in dual and parton theories (1971) (10)
- Comments Concerning the CFT Description of Small Objects in AdS (2000) (10)
- Cosmic Natural Selection (2004) (9)
- Do weak interactions become strong at 10 TeV (1990) (9)
- Black Holes at Exp-time (2020) (9)
- Effective Geometry, Complexity, and Universality (2021) (9)
- Parallel Informal Negotiation: An Alternative to Second Track Diplomacy (2000) (8)
- Particle Growth and BPS Saturated States (1995) (8)
- Complementarity And Firewalls (2012) (8)
- Three Impossible Theories (2021) (8)
- Tachyon hair on two-dimensional black holes. (1993) (7)
- Spin-½ Partons in a Dual Model of Hadrons (1972) (7)
- Mass generation by non-strong interactions (1981) (7)
- Large N and the Dine-Rajaraman problem (1998) (7)
- Classical Mechanics: The Theoretical Minimum (2014) (7)
- PiTP Lectures on Complexity and Black Holes (2018) (7)
- The Stretched Horizon (2004) (7)
- Hadronic final states of deep-inelastic processes in simple quark-parton models (1973) (7)
- On the Hardness of Detecting Macroscopic Superpositions (2020) (6)
- ANOMALOUS AND NORMAL SINGULARITIES AND THE INFINITE-MOMENTUM LIMIT. (1968) (6)
- Comment On A Proposal By Strominger (1994) (6)
- Naturalness and the Landscape (2004) (6)
- Electron--positron annihilation cross section near the new threshold (1975) (6)
- Infinite Temperature's Not So Hot (2022) (6)
- New effects in the ISR region (1973) (6)
- Brane -antibrane Forces (6)
- GEDANKEN EXPERIMENTS INVOLVING HADRONS. (1968) (5)
- The Holographic Principle (2000) (5)
- String Theory (2013) (5)
- Partons and black holes (1994) (4)
- Puzzles and paradoxes about holography (1999) (4)
- The Teleological Behavior of Rigid Regge Rods (2000) (4)
- Charge states of many-electron atoms in a strong laser field. (1991) (4)
- Wormholes and Time Travel? Not Likely (2005) (4)
- A model of mesons based on {chi}SB in the light-front frame (1994) (4)
- The Classical limit of quantum gravity isn't (1991) (3)
- Consequences of the scale-invariant parton model for deep-inelastic neutrino scattering (1974) (3)
- The distribution of partons in a hadron (1972) (3)
- The Power of One Clean Qubit (2020) (3)
- THEORY OF SELF-INDUCED STRONG INTERACTIONS. (1967) (3)
- Scrambling in Double-Scaled SYK and De Sitter Space (2022) (3)
- Quantum Cosmology on the Worldsheet (1991) (3)
- Structure of Hadrons. II. Nonplanar Diagrams (1970) (3)
- De Sitter Space, Double-Scaled SYK, and the Separation of Scales in the Semiclassical Limit (2022) (3)
- Wormholes and cosmology (1988) (2)
- Black Hole-String Correspondence (2021) (2)
- TWO LECTURES ON TWO-DIMENSIONAL GRAVITY (1983) (2)
- Electric Forces in the Charged SYK Model (2020) (2)
- CRITIQUE OF COLEMAN'S THEORY OF THE VANISHING COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT (1991) (2)
- The Birth of String Theory: The first string theory: personal recollections (2012) (2)
- WHO DO RESONANCES SCALE. (1972) (2)
- Applications of the Dual-Parton Model to High-Energy Multiparticle Processes (1972) (2)
- Lake Views: This World and the Universe (2010) (2)
- A universe like no other (2003) (2)
- Numerical calculations of the ionization of one-dimensional hydrogen atoms using hydrogenic and Sturmian basis functions. (1988) (2)
- DUAL-SYMMETRIC LOOP DIAGRAMS FROM THE HARMONIC-OSCILLATOR MODEL. (1970) (2)
- A holographic wormhole traversed in a quantum computer (2022) (2)
- 02 09 23 1 v 1 26 S ep 2 00 2 BRX TH-505 SU-ITP-02 / 02 Initial conditions for inflation (2002) (1)
- Leonard Susskind (2021) (1)
- Lectures on Complexity and Black Holes Lecture (2018) (1)
- Quark confinement in gauge theories of strong interactions (1975) (1)
- The Holographic Principle and Anti de Sitter Space (2004) (1)
- A Model of Mesons based on xSB in the Light-Front Frame (1994) (1)
- DYNAMICAL THEORY OF STRONG INTERACTIONS. (1967) (1)
- Cosmology | Lecture 6 (2013) (1)
- The Limits of Black Hole Complementarity (2014) (1)
- HADRONIC CURRENTS. II. (1969) (1)
- Duality and Feynman Graphs (1969) (1)
- David Ritz Finkelstein (2017) (1)
- The Landscape and its Physics Foundations How String Theory Generates the Landscape (2008) (1)
- Holographic Views of the World (2006) (1)
- Two-current dual amplitudes and fishing-net diagrams (1972) (1)
- Graph Theory Perspective (2020) (1)
- The Growth of Wormholes (2020) (0)
- Because we're here (2005) (0)
- Strings in Space (1989) (0)
- String Theory (2011) (0)
- The Rise of the Standard Model: Quark Confinement (1997) (0)
- The Schwarzschild Black Hole (2004) (0)
- Tini and the Cosmological Constant (1992) (0)
- Spacetime and Uncomplexity (2020) (0)
- Twenty Years of Debate with (0)
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- The Black Hole Information Paradox (2005) (0)
- Black Holes in a Box (2004) (0)
- Complexity and Firewalls (2020) (0)
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- Volume of CP(N) (2020) (0)
- Thoughts on a Long Voyage (2008) (0)
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- The Aharonov-Bohm Effect Without Gauge Fields - A Paradox (1991) (0)
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- The C ensus Taker's H at (2007) (0)
- The Laws of Nature (2004) (0)
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- 1 What is Quantum Teleportation and Why is it Interesting ? (2017) (0)
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- The Trypanosoma cruz / Genome Initiative (0)
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- Proceedings to the Workshops ''What comes beyond the Standard model'' 2000,2001, VOLUME 1: Festschrift dedicated to the 60th birthday of Holger Bech Nielsen (2002) (0)
- Torsional Splittings in the Band nu9 + nu4 - nu4 of Ethane. (1998) (0)
- Full speed ahead (2013) (0)
- Exploring $$SU\left( 2^K\right) $$ (2020) (0)
- Quantum Mechanical Approach to Strong Interactions. (1965) (0)
- Exponential Time Breakdown of GR (2020) (0)
- Recent Progress in Theories of Deep Inelastic Phenomena (1973) (0)
- String Theory and M-Theory | Lecture 4 (2011) (0)
- SCIPP 90 / 3 1 November 1990 ( Ml CREATING THE BARYON ASYMMETRY AT THE ELECTROWEAK PHASE TRANSITION (0)
- REGGE TRAJECTORIES AND PARTICLE SIZE. (1969) (0)
- New Frontiers: Interactions between Quantum Physics and Mathematics June 20-23, 2022 (2022) (0)
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- Current Algebra in the Dual Parton Model (1973) (0)
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- Simple way of determining the dependence of the Hamiltonian on the action variable for certain one-dimensional potentials. (1986) (0)
- Rebuttal to a Paper on Wormholes (2005) (0)
- MULTIPERIPHERALISM, SOFT PARTONS, AND THE DEGENERACY OF THE VACUUM. (1972) (0)
- BLACK HOLES AND THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND THE COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE STUDIES OF STANFORD UNIVERSITY IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (2014) (0)
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- The Conflict Between Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity (1994) (0)
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