Séminaires/Colloques à venir (7 prochains jours)


Mercredi, le 17 janvier 2018
Probing Space and Time in Exoplanet Atmospheres
Nikole Lewis, STScI
Heure : 11:00
Lieu : Université McGill, Ernest Rutherford Physics Building, R.E. Bell Conference Room (room 103)

Mercredi, le 17 janvier 2018
Observational Properties of Simulated Galaxies: Computational Cosmology as Seen through a Telescope
Connor Bottrell, University of Victoria
Heure : 15:30
Lieu : Université McGill, McGill Space Institute (3550 University), Conference Room

Lundi, le 22 janvier 2018
À venir
Ben Montet, University of Chicago
Heure : 11:00
Lieu : Université McGill, Ernest Rutherford Physics Building, R.E. Bell Conference Room (room 103)

Activités grand public à venir (prochain mois)


Jeudi, le 18 janvier 2018 à 18:30
Guth, Alan :  Inflationary Cosmology: Is Our Universe Part of a Multiverse?
Lieu : Leacock 132 Building, McGill University, 845 Sherbrooke O., Montréal
Inflationary cosmology gives a plausible explanation for many observed features of the universe, including its uniformity, its mass density, and the patterns of the ripples that are observed in the cosmic microwave background. Beyond what we can observe, most versions of inflation imply that our universe is not unique, but is part of a possibly infinite multiverse. I will describe the workings of inflation, the evidence for inflation, and why I believe that the possibility of a multiverse should be taken seriously.

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