Gerard 't Hooft's primary research interests focus on gauge theories in elementary particle physics; quantum gravity and black holes; and fundamental aspects of quantum physics. In addition to the Ben Franklin Medal, Dr. 't Hooft's contributions to science have been honored with many awards, including the 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics, with the citation "for elucidating the quantum structure of electroweak interactions in physics."
Talks by Gerard 't Hooft

Quantum black holes without strings
Utrecht University 


The CA interpretation of quantum mechanics
Utrecht University 
Conformal Gravity and Black Hole Complementarity
Utrecht University 
Black Holes and the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
Utrecht University 