Georgian Physicist Gia Dvali is the laureate of the most prestigious award in Germany. Dvali received Humboldt first prize together with seven scientists.
3.5 million euros will be used for scientific research and continuation of the experiment with which he must confirm the existence of the parallel universe.
The launch of the Hidron Accelerator is planned in autumn, while Gia Dvali and the group of scientists will work on planning new directions.
It was the first occasion that Humboldt awarded physicists, which makes it more prestigious, as well as responsible.
Simultaneously, Gia Dvali was appointed as Director of the Institute of Max Planck Institute of Munich.
The Georgian physicist will be head of this institute together with famous CERN, and will continue working in New York University. The Ministry of Education disseminates information above.