Joint Tufts / CfA / MIT
Tuesday Cosmology Seminars

Fall 2004


Seminars

Date Speaker Title Options
September 28
At CfA (Phillips Auditorium), 2:30 pm
Charles Keeton
Rutgers University
Do Lens Galaxies Contain Substructure?
October 5
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Joao Magueijo
Imperial College
New Landscapes for Variable Constants
October 12
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Scott Watson
Brown University
The String Landscape at Finite Temperature
October 19
At CfA (Phillips Auditorium), 2:30 pm
Frank van den Bosch
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
The Galaxy-Dark Matter Connection
October 26
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Jose Juan Blanco-Pillado
New York University
Racetrack Inflation
November 2
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Nemanja Kaloper
University of California at Davis
Exorcising w < -1
November 9
At CfA (Phillips Auditorium), 2:30 pm
Andrey Kravtsov
KICP, University of Chicago
The Dark Side of Galaxy Clustering
November 16
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Eugene Lim
Yale University
Lorentz-Violating Vector Fields Slow the Universe Down
November 23
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Paolo Creminelli
Harvard University
Long Wavelength Perturbations in Bouncing Cosmologies
November 30
At CfA (Pratt Auditorium), 4:00 pm
Max Tegmark
MIT
What does Inflation really predict?
December 7
At Tufts, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Sean Carroll
University of Chicago
Spontaneous Inflation and the Origin of the Arrow of Time
December 14
At MIT, 2:30 pm
Refreshments at 2:00 pm
Joel Erickson
Princeton University
Contracting Universes


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