Emil Fischer was one of the greatest ever scientists and his contribution to the sum of human knowledge underpins much that we take for granted today: https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/chemistry/1902/fischer/biographical/
Whilst he did win a Nobel prize back in 1902, he never scored the ultimate accolade of having a Hope's Nose boulder problem named after him, so I'm pleased to address this oversight!
Archetypal boulderer's boulder problem - a couple of hard moves going from nowhere to nowhere else! Sit start in big hole (beware spider) to the right of Esperanza, and use the prominent pocket to gain a small hold on the lip. Fire straight up to get the Vikhr-4 crimp then finish into the Esperanza undercling. Slightly eliminate - it's possible to lurch rightwards along the lip to good holds...but why would you want to do that?