Professor Sir Konstantin Novoselov
“You are allowed to do whatsoever you want, as long as it is not boring.”
Konstantin Novoselov is a Russian‑British physicist best known for his work with Sir Andre Geim on graphene, which earned them the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010. He is the Langworthy Professor of Physics in the Mesoscopic Physics Research Group at the University of Manchester, a Royal Society University Research Professor and the recipient of a starting grant from the European Research Council.