A world-famous theoretical physicist, creator of the scientific theory of cities, holder of a number of awards and author of revolutionary scientific publications.
In his work Geoffrey searches the connections between biology and socio-economic relationships. He lectures at prestigious world universities and he connects his research with teams of experts from around the world. He earned a number of significant awards for his work. In 2006, Time magazine ranked him among the top 100 most influential people in the world.
Geoffrey graduated from the University of Cambridge and Stanford University. He formulated the basics of his theory during his scientific work at Santa Fe Institute, USA (2005-2009, Director of the Institute), where he met the Czech biologist David Storch. Geoffrey lectures at Harvard, Oxford, and Stanford University in California. In 2007, Harvard Business Review described his work as ground-breaking.
He has published several books, like Scale: The Universal Laws of Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Pace of Life in Organisms, Cities, Economies, and Companies (2017), and contributes to well-known scientific journals and periodicals such as Science, Nature, Ecology, The New York Times, The Financial Times, and Scientific American. He has also participated in a number of television and radio programs for the BBC and National Geographic.