Joint Tufts / CfA / MIT
Tuesday Cosmology Seminars

Spring 2004


Seminars

Date Speaker Title Options
February 10
At CfA (Gilman Room, Agassiz House, Radcliffe), 2:30 pm
Vicky Kalogera
Northwestern University
The Most Relativistic Double Pulsar: Implications for Gravitational-Wave Detection and Neutron-Star Formation
February 17
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
John Beacom
Fermilab
Frontiers in Neutrino Astrophysics
February 24
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Gregory Gabadadze
New York University
Softly Massive Gravity
March 2
At CfA (Gilman Room, Agassiz House, Radcliffe), 2:30 pm
Masataka Fukugita
ICRR & IAS
Cosmic Inventories: A New Look at the Evolution of the Universe
March 9
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Matias Zaldarriaga
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
A Different Source of Perturbations During Inflation: Implications for Gaussianity
March 16
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Ariel Zhitnitsky
University of British Columbia
Baryon Asymmetry, Dark Matter and Quantum Chromodynamics
March 23

No Seminar
 
March 30
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Leonard Susskind
Stanford University
The Anthropic Landscape of String Theory
April 6
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
David Lowe
Brown University
Holography and Eternal Inflation
April 13
At CfA (Pratt Conference Room, G04), 12:30 pm
Avi Loeb
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
When Was the Universe Reionized?
April 20
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Oliver DeWolfe
Princeton University
Looking for Inflation in Warped Compactifications of String Theory
April 27
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Dragan Huterer
Case Western Reserve University
Is the Large-Scale Microwave Background Cosmic?
May 4
At CfA (Pratt Conference Room, G04), 12:30 pm
Vicky Kaspi
McGill University
(Anomalous) X-ray Pulsars
May 11
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Justin Khoury
Columbia University
Tuning Locked Inflation
May 18
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Martin Bucher
DAMTP, University of Cambridge
Models for the Brane-Bulk Interaction: Toward Understanding Braneworld Cosmological Perturbations


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