Public AstroPhysics Night - "String Theory: How the Universe Speaks in Numbers"

Anh-Khoi Trinh (McGill University)

Nov 21, 2019 7:00 PM
Location: Frank Dawson Adams Auditorium, FDA
Public Lecture

What makes up the world around us? Cells, molecules, atoms, electrons. What is the smallest possible building block of Nature? In this talk, I present to you the leading theory conjectured to explain everything from the origin of matter itself, to the genesis of our cosmological Universe: string theory. Join us and learn of the culmination of 50 years of string theory research which includes a discussion on black holes, quantum computers, wormholes, and much more!


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