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Dr. Sheldon Cooper
Pasadena, California, United States

California Institute of Technology

Theoretical Physicist

Department of Physics

PhD 2016

Will Work For:




My Story


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.


California Institute of Technology

Second PhD, Theoretical Physicist (2003-2014)

Heidelberg Institute

First PhD, Physics (1998-2003)

Galveston Secondary School

Galveston, United States

Bazinga Public School for the Arts

Gavelston, United States


California Institute of Technology
Second PhD, Theoretical Physicist

Division of Theoretical Particle Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy

5 Courses

Human Evolution (AN 230)

Completed July 2015

Introduction to human evolution, which is essential for understanding our species. Natural selection, sexual selection, genetics, systematics, behavioral ecology, and life history theory are covered.

The order Primates is surveyed. Primary emphasis is on the hominid fossil and archeological record. Behavior, cognition, and culture of nonhuman primates and hu- mans, as well as physical variation in present-day humans, is examined.

Computational Mechanics Simulation using Particles (AE 228)

Completed January 2014

Particle simulations of continuum and discrete systems. Advances in molecular, mesoscopic, and macroscale simulations using particles, identification of common computing paradigms and challeng- es across disciplines, discretizations and representations using particles, fast summation algorithms, time integrators, constraints, and multires- olution.

Exercises will draw on problems simulated using particles from diverse areas such as fluid and solid mechanics, computer graphics, and nanotechnology.

AE 221 (Space Structures)

Completed January 2014

This course examines the links between form, geometric shape, and structural performance. It deals with different ways of breaking up a continuum, and how this affects global structural properties; structural concepts and preliminary design methods that are used in tension structures and deployable structures.

Space Optical System Engineering (AE 159)

Completed January 2014

Introduction to optical system engineering for remote sensing from space will be presented. End-to-end optical systems are discussed within the framework of the 10 scientific/technical disciplines required to build a successful system: optical engineering, physical optics of materials, solid-state physics/detectors, mechanics and mechanisms engineering, wavefront sensing and control, structures and dynamics, thermal engineering, spacecraft engineering, psychology of vision and software processing of images, and end-to-end system validation and calibration.

Emphasis will be on the development of optical engineering tools in the context of comic book spacecraft.

Space Propulsion (AE 121)

Completed January 2014

Expert knowledge of: Modern aspects of rocket, electrical, and nuclear propulsion systems and the principles of their application to lifting, ballistic, and spaceflight trajectories. Combustion and burning characteristics of solid and liquid propellants, liquid-propellant fuel systems, and combustion instability.

Fundamentals of electric propulsion including ion thrusters, MHD, Hall effect, and arcjets. Introduction to spacecraft station-keeping, stability, and control.

Projects & Assignments
Behavioural Analysis (POP1234)

Case Study - January 2014

Testing the memory of "Type of Project" while re-visiting forms. Results to be determined.

Work & Volunteer Experience
Warner Bros. Television

Los Angeles, California, United States

Actor (September 2007 - Present)

California Institute of Technology

Pasadena, United States

Theoretical Physicist, Researcher (January 2003 - Present)

The Cheesecake Factory

Pasadena, United States

Server (September 2013 - Present)

Personal Achievements
Started College at age 11

September 1991

It is true - I started College at the age of 11 and received my first PhD at the age of 16.

Additional Info
Personal Interests

Vintage t-shirts, geeky t-shirts, comic book t-shirts, comic books, costumes, video games, flags and science fiction, specifically Battlestar Galatica, Doctor Who, Stargate, Star Trek, Star Wars, and Firefly (although I strongly dislike Babylon 5).

Causes and Community Interests

Anti-bullying, human rights, poverty, equal educational opportunity

Research Interests

Theoretical physics, perturbative amplitudes in N=4 supersymmetric theories, loop quantum gravity and the entropy of black holes.

Groups, Clubs, and Associations

Chess club, Starfleet Academy, Justice League of America card club

Hopes to Attend

California Institute of Technology

Future Ambition

Astronaut or Builder


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