Professor Nicholas Warner is Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Mathematics at the University of Southern California.  His research areas are string theory and field theory and their applications.  Professor Warner is currently working on the quantum structure of black holes and black hole singularities.  

He received his B.S. in Theoretical Physics, Experimental Physics and Mathematics from the Australian National University, and his Ph.D. and Sc.D. in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Cambridge.  Prior to his position at USC, he was an Associate Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Before that time he was a Fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge as well as a Scientific Associate and Fellow at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.