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Our group seminars/meetings are normally held at 1.10pm on Thursdays.

How to find us

Date

Speaker

Title/Topic

Venue

20th January Jihn E. Kim (Seoul, Korea) Axions Lecture Theatre G
27th January Dean Morgan What can neutrinos tell us about quantum mechanics? Lecture Theatre G
3rd February Anne Green An overview of "Earth-mass dark-matter haloes as the first stuctures in the early Universe" by Diemand, Moore and Stadel Lecture Theatre G
24th February Philippe Brax (Saclay) Chameleon cosmology Lecture Theatre G
3rd March Jae Sak Lee (Manchester) Probing resonant Higgs-sector CP violation at a photon collider Lecture Theatre G
21st April Ki-Young Choi Big Bang Nucleosynthesis and Relic Particle Decay Lecture Theatre G
28th April Anthony Brookfield/Carsten van de Bruck Neutrino models of dark energy Lecture Theatre G
5th May Karim Malik (Lancaster) Recent developments in cosmological perturbation theory Lecture Theatre G
12th May Mark Hindmarsh (Sussex) WIMP dark matter and the QCD equation of state (hep-ph/0501232) Lecture Theatre G
19th May Jason Baxter Existence and behaviour of hair black holes in SU(N) Lecture Theatre G
1th December Roberto Trotta (Oxford University) Bringing the cosmic neutrino background into the limelight Media Room (E39)

Autumn Semester 2004 seminars

Other seminars of interest

Applied Mathematics

Astronomy

High Energy Particle Physics and Particle Astrophysics

Physics and Astronomy Colloquia