Dr. Yves Gaspar obtained in 2002 his PhD at the University of Cambridge (UK) with a thesis in the field of mathematical cosmology (supervisor Prof. John D. Barrow).

He is lecturer in cosmology and astrophysics at the Department of Mathematics and Physics of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Brescia (Italy) where he also teaches on the complexity of natural systems for the Master courses of the Postgraduate School for Environmental Studies.

He is currently Visiting Scholar at St. Edmund’s College of the University of Cambridge where he carries out research on randomness, uncomputability/philosophy and theology.

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