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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Cambridge University
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'Cycling Pathways to Occupy Mars'  Dr Buzz Aldrin
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'Cycling Pathways to Occupy Mars'  Dr Buzz Aldrin
Seminar presented on Friday 26th February 2016 at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences.
Mon, 07 Mar 2016 14:22:23 +0000
University of Cambridge
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Seminar presented on Friday 26th February 2016 at the Centre for Mathematical...
Seminar presented on Friday 26th February 2016 at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences.
Cambridge University
4080
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'Cycling Pathways to Occupy Mars'  Dr Buzz Aldrin
Seminar presented on Friday 26th February 2016 at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences.
A comprehensive and immediate plan for human spaceflight. The overall objectives of this plan are to sequentially evolve international contributions of shared exploration beyond low Earth orbit and toward bartered crew landings on Mars by 2040. This plan can grow to enable a permanent settlement on the Red Planet by midcentury.
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2021 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, "From the possibility to the certainty of a supermassive black hole"
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2021 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, "From the possibility to the certainty of a supermassive black hole"
Join Professor Andrea Ghez (University of California, Los Angeles), 2020 Nobel Laureate in Physics, to learn about new developments in the study of supermassive black holes.
Thu, 18 Nov 2021 09:28:02 +0000
supermassive black holes
University of Cambridge
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Join Professor Andrea Ghez (University of California, Los Angeles), 2020 Nobel...
Join Professor Andrea Ghez (University of California, Los Angeles), 2020 Nobel Laureate in Physics, to learn about new developments in the study of supermassive black holes.
Cambridge University
4380
supermassive black holes
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2021 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, "From the possibility to the certainty of a supermassive black hole"
Join Professor Andrea Ghez (University of California, Los Angeles), 2020 Nobel Laureate in Physics, to learn about new developments in the study of supermassive black holes.
Through the capture and analysis of twenty years of highresolution imaging, the UCLA Galactic Center Group has moved the case for a supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy from a possibility to a certainty, and provided the best evidence to date for the existence of these truly exotic objects.
Recent observations have revealed an environment around the black hole that is quite unexpected  young stars where there should be none; a lack of old stars where there should be many; and a puzzling new class of objects. Professor Ghez will explore how this work is providing insight into how black holes grow and the role that they play in regulating the growth of their host galaxies.
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2022 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture: "Black Holes, Thermodynamics and Information Loss"
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2022 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture: "Black Holes, Thermodynamics and Information Loss"
Professor Robert Wald of the University of Chicago gives the 16th annual Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture.
Tue, 15 Nov 2022 10:26:17 +0000
University of Cambridge
Mr J Parke
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Professor Robert Wald of the University of Chicago gives the 16th annual Andrew...
Professor Robert Wald of the University of Chicago gives the 16th annual Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture.
Cambridge University
4440
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2022 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture: "Black Holes, Thermodynamics and Information Loss"
Professor Robert Wald of the University of Chicago gives the 16th annual Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture.
A black hole is a "region of no escape" produced by the complete gravitational collapse of a body. Black holes occur in nature and are of considerable importance in astrophysics. Black holes are also extremely important as objects of study in theoretical physics, as they provide major insights into the fundamental properties of quantum gravity. These insights arise mainly from a truly remarkable relationship between laws of black hole physics and ordinary thermodynamic lawsmost significantly, Hawking's discovery that black holes emit thermal radiation at a finite temperature as a result of quantum particle creation. This thermal emission should result in the complete "evaporation" of an isolated black hole within a finite time. An issue of considerable interest is whether information is destroyed in this process. This talk will describe the nature of black holes, their thermodynamic properties, and the information loss issue.
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2023 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture: "Illuminating the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves"
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2023 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture: "Illuminating the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves"
The 17th Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "Illuminating the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves," was given on Tuesday 14 November 2023 at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge by Professor Alessandra Buonanno, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Potsdam.
Thu, 23 Nov 2023 12:08:08 +0000
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University of Cambridge
Mr J Parke
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The 17th Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "Illuminating the Dark...
The 17th Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "Illuminating the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves," was given on Tuesday 14 November 2023 at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge by Professor Alessandra Buonanno, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Potsdam.
Cambridge University
4440
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2023 Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture: "Illuminating the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves"
The 17th Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture, entitled "Illuminating the Dark Universe with Gravitational Waves," was given on Tuesday 14 November 2023 at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge by Professor Alessandra Buonanno, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Potsdam.
For centuries, we have explored the Universe and discovered novel astrophysical sources and phenomena only through the observation of electromagnetic waves (gamma rays, Xrays, optical, infrared, radio waves). In 2015, we observed the first gravitational wave passing through the Earth produced by the merger of two stellarmass black holes. Such an event has provided us with a remarkable confirmation of the general theory of relativity by Albert Einstein, and ushered in the era of gravitationalwave astronomy. Since then, about one hundred gravitational waves have been detected, including the gravitational signal produced by the coalescence of two neutron stars, accompanied by a plethora of electromagnetic counterparts observed by numerous telescopes around the world.
In this talk, Professor Alessandra Buonanno highlights how the novel astronomical messengers are already unveiling distinctive properties of the most extreme astrophysical objects in the Universe, and discusses the discovery potential of future observatories in space and on the ground, which will open new frequency bandwidths.
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CPB Mechanics of Epithelia Symposium  March 23, 2020
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CPB Mechanics of Epithelia Symposium  March 23, 2020
Mon, 29 Mar 2021 12:00:14 +0100
University of Cambridge
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CPB Mechanics of Epithelia Symposium  March 23, 2020 (+res)
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CPB Mechanics of Epithelia Symposium  March 23, 2020 (+res)
Tue, 30 Mar 2021 09:36:14 +0100
University of Cambridge
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How filopodia locally protrude from cell plasma membrane  Patricia Bassereau
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How filopodia locally protrude from cell plasma membrane  Patricia Bassereau
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University of Cambridge
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Cambridge University
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How filopodia locally protrude from cell plasma membrane  Patricia Bassereau
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Mathematical Modelling of the COVID19 pandemic  Tim Russell
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Mathematical Modelling of the COVID19 pandemic  Tim Russell
Mon, 15 Feb 2021 17:00:40 +0000
University of Cambridge
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Mathematical Modelling of the COVID19 pandemic  Tim Russell
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Physics of Living Matter: From Molecule to Embryo  Sebastian Streichan
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Physics of Living Matter: From Molecule to Embryo  Sebastian Streichan
Fri, 10 Dec 2021 09:39:47 +0000
University of Cambridge
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Physics of Living Matter: From Molecule to Embryo  Sebastian Streichan
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The geometry of decisionmaking  Iain Couzin
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The geometry of decisionmaking  Iain Couzin
Thu, 21 Apr 2022 12:47:13 +0100
University of Cambridge
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The geometry of decisionmaking  Iain Couzin
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