Welcome to the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science
The Princeton Center for Theoretical Science is designed to enhance research and education in the theoretical natural sciences through prestigious postdoctoral fellowships and programs that identify and explore forefront issues in theoretical science.
The Center is home to the highly select corps of Center Postdoctoral Fellows, chosen each year in an international search for the most talented individuals, and to the Center Faculty Fellows and Visiting Fellows. The Center also hosts the workshops, seminars, public lectures and other activities associated with its yearly programs.
The Center is located in Jadwin Hall, which also houses the Physics Department. Within a few hundred feet are the Biology, Chemistry, Geology, and Astrophysical Sciences Departments, the Lewis-Sigler Center for Integrative Genomics, the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering and the Lewis Science Library, all of which are involved in Center activities.