My name is Dr. Sheldon Cooper. You may recognize me from the popular TV show "The Big Bang Theory". If you keep refreshing this page you will find the colours in my profile keep changing!
I received my first PhD at age sixteen and am currently a theoretical physicist doing research at the California Institute of Technology, focusing on string theory and its alter ego M-theory. I have held this position for three-and-a-half years.
Previously, I was a visiting professor at the Heidelberg Institute in Germany at age fifteen and examined perturbative amplitudes in N=4 supersymmetric theories leading to a re-examination of the ultraviolet properties of multiloop N=8 supergravity using modern twistor theory at age sixteen.
I am solely responsible for the university's six-loop quantum gravity calculations. I am also the smartest person I know. I am aware that others seem me as a nerd, but I hves very little time for what others think of me, since I'm smarter than them.