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Raymond Aschheim

Fundamental Physics Track

Class of 2021


Raymond is a SUPELEC Engineer and HEC Entrepreneur who specializes in software solutions that combine mathematics and computer science to solve complex problems. He has developed innovative software and proposes a model of the universe based on computing spacetime with the geometry of a crystal, the topology of a trivalent network and the dynamics of a quantum computer. His interest is to apply 30 years of developing his techniques to solve nonlinear problems, while being a visionary in the field of information technology as well as computer sciences and their relation to humans, particularly human-machine interaction. His goal is to help solve the quantum gravity theory from the perspective of digital philosophy. Mens sana in corpore sano, so Ray also practices sports, including one-wheeling.

Project: Color Spin Networks

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