“International Best Researcher Award” in the field of Pure Mathematics & Theoretical Physics
Pediredla Suhaas is a mathematical and scientific researcher who conducts heavy research in the fields of pure mathematics and theoretical physics. He has authored and published 7 mathematical research papers and one scientific research paper internationally. At the age of 15, he invented and proved a ground-breaking mathematical theorem known as the “Suhaas Paradox” (which is named after him as an honor) in 4 sequential research papers published by Elsevier BV. At the age of 16, he published three more papers in the same journal, in one of which he gave a complete mathematical proof for the “Riemann Hypothesis” (considered to be the greatest unsolved mathematical problem in the world), while in the other paper, he gave complete proofs for all the 7 “Millennium Problems” (the top 7 greatest unsolved mathematical problems in the world, for which the Clay Mathematics Institute pledged a $1 million prize for the first correct solution to each problem) using physics. In his third and most recent paper, he proposed a new theory on the existence, characteristics, and functioning of wormholes, which he invented when he was just 14 years old. He also received offers from many publishers to publish his invented theorem (Suhaas Paradox) and theory on wormholes in their journals and books. He was honored with the “Honorary Doctorate Award (Honoris Causa)” for his outstanding contributions to the fields of mathematical and scientific research in the form of numerous ground-breaking inventions and discoveries. He won the “Global Icon Award 2022” for making numerous invaluable revolutionary inventions and discoveries in the fields of pure mathematics and theoretical physics. He also won the prestigious “Indian Achievers’ Award 2022” in recognition of his outstanding achievements and contributions toward nation-building. He was felicitated with the “Super Genius Award” for his unimaginable inventions and discoveries. He holds 9 world records and more than 260 awards and honors in the field of academics. He scored an IQ of 153 (out of a maximum possible score of 160) on his first certified IQ test at the age of 16. He won the “Global Kids Achievers Award 2022” in the field of intelligence. He also won the “The Child Prodigy Award” under the title “Super Genius Prodigy”. He was felicitated with the “Super Talented Kid Award (One in a Million)” and the “Star Kid Award” under the title “Super Genius Kid” for his extremely gifted intelligence. He has nearly 48 professional certifications and specializations from top American universities like Harvard University, Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), etc. in the field of computer science. By representing India, he won a total of 14 gold, 5 silver, and 7 bronze medals in international and national mathematics and science Olympiads.