DAMTP/CMS Seminar Series

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Seminar given at CMS Seminar given at CMS
[DAMTP Seminars RSS feed] DAMTP Seminars

Tomorrow 13:00

Measuring the dark universe - astrophysical contamination on all scales
Andrew Pontzen (UCL)
Cosmology lunch

Tomorrow 16:00

Chemical Characterization of Extrasolar Planets
Dr. Nikku Madhusudhan (IoA, Cambridge)
DAMTP Astrophysics Seminar

Tuesday November 25 13:00

Towards an understanding of gravitational instability in accretion discs
Riccardo Vanon (DAMTP)
Informal Lunch Seminars in AFD

Tuesday November 25 16:00

Relativistic Collisions and Reflections
Nick Manton (DAMTP)
Mathematical Physics Seminar

Wednesday November 26 14:15

Scattering and unstable hadrons in lattice QCD
Christopher Thomas (University of Cambridge)
Wednesday HEP-GR Colloquium

[Other Seminars at CMS RSS feed] Other Seminars at CMS

Tomorrow 14:00

Backtesting and Elicitability Of Risk measures
McNeil, A (Heriot-Watt University)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series

Tomorrow 15:00

Validity of the Boltzmann equation: short range potentials and beyond
Chiara Saffirio, University of Zurich
Geometric Analysis and Partial Differential Equations seminar

Tomorrow 16:00

Systemic Risk in Ecological and Financial Systems: Early Warnings?
May, R (University of Oxford)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series