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DCU mark Spaceweek 2017 with public lecture

DCU mark Spaceweek 2017 with public lecture

As part of Spaceweek 2017, the School of Mathematical Sciences are hosting a public lecture on Tuesday evening, October 3rd on "Gravity" with scientists from the Centre for Astrophysics and Relativity exploring all things space related.

In the series of talks, commening at 6.30pm, lecturers will discuss the most recent developments and discoveries including the latest Exoplanet detections, the origins of black holes, breakthroughs in gravitional wave detection and a talk on the meaning of space itself.

The presentations are also suitable for a younger audience, with the first particularly suitable for children under the age of 10.

The upcoming schedule is as follows:

18.30 Ernst De Mooji - Exoplanets

19.05 John Regan - Black Holes Mysteries

19.30 Tea/Coffee

20.00 Abe Harte - Gravitational Wave Breakthroughs

20.30 Ko Sanders - The meaning of space and time

Click here for an interview with John Regan

Click here for an interview with Ernst de Mooij


29th September, 2017
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