DAMTP/CMS Seminar Series

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Today 13:00

Black-hole binaries in scalar Gauss-Bonnet gravity
Helvi Witek (King's College London)
DAMTP Friday GR Seminar

Today 16:00

Revisiting Jeffery orbits: the importance of shape for micro-organism transport
Rachel Bearon, University of Liverpool
Fluid Mechanics (DAMTP)

Monday January 21 13:00

Sidetracked Inflation
Sebastian Garcia-Saenz (IAP)
Cosmology Lunch

Monday January 21 13:00

Coupled ice-ocean interactions for the Amundsen Sea glaciers, Antarctica
Jan De Rydt - Northumbria University
Geophysical and Environmental Processes (DAMTP/BPI)

Monday January 21 14:00

Stellar models for 200,000 white dwarfs observed with the Gaia satellite
Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay (Warwick)
DAMTP Astrophysics Seminar

Tuesday January 22 16:00

Optimal collective coordinate in low-energy nuclear reactions
Kai Wen (Surrey)
Mathematical Physics Seminar

Wednesday January 23 14:15

Relating black holes and quantum information via quantum field theory: Computational Complexity and AdS/CFT
Johanna Erdmenger, Wuerzburg
Wednesday HEP-GR Colloquium

Wednesday January 23 16:00

Approximations of curvature functionals
Jasmin Hörter, KIT
Cambridge Analysts' Knowledge Exchange