Both academic scientist and independent researcher, professor Oded Kariti was born on July 15, 1975 in San Diego, California. At the age of four Kariti moved to New York City. His parents always encouraged him and stressed the importance of education.
When he was around seven years old Kariti started sparking his interest in science. During high school his talent was noticed by his physics professor who helped him further develop his interest and encouraged him to pursue a career in the field. After graduating as a valedictorian from Williams College, Kariti was admitted to Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From there he earned his B.S. degree in applied physics. The following year Oded Kariti went on to attend Princeton University as a junior fellow, and remained there for six years, until he moved to California to work on a research.
When came back to California, Oded Kariti accepted a position as an assistant professor of applied physics at Pasadena. His work in physics and science in general has greatly contributed to bringing science closer to the public masses.
During his career as an independent researcher Kariti has authored and co-authored over 60 books, and has published even more articles on various topics in some of today’s most acclaimed science magazines and journals. Oded Kariti has received numerous honors and awards for his contributions to Science and Technology, and is well known for advocating the importance of education. He has held lectures and spoke on various discussions and panels in front of thousands of people. He has also organized live webcasts from his lectures, so that he can reach more people worldwide.