Joint Tufts / CfA / MIT
Tuesday Cosmology Seminars

Fall 1995


Past Seminars:

September 26: Ue-li Pen, Harvard University
Simulations of Gas in Clusters of Galaxies using the Adaptive Moving Mesh Cosmology Code
At CfA.

October 3: Xavier Martin, Tufts University
Superconducting Cosmic String Dynamics, Vortons and Loop Population
At Tufts.
For abstract, click here.

October 10: Mark Trodden, MIT
Defect-Mediated Electroweak Baryogenesis
At MIT

October 17: Dimitar Sasselov, Center for Astrophysics
Recent Results on the Primordial Helium Abundance and Big Bang Nucleosynthesis Consistency
At CfA.
For abstract, click here.

October 24: Nemanja Kaloper, McGill University
Pros and Cons of Pre-Big Bang Inflation
At Tufts.
For abstract, click here.

October 31: Andrew Heckler, Fermilab
Nonperturbative Effects on Bubble Nucleation
At Harvard.
For abstract, click here.

November 7: William Unruh, University of British Columbia
Varieties of Quantum Measurements
At MIT.
For abstract, click here.

November 14: Yoav Peleg, University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee)
Self-adjoint Wheeler-DeWitt operators and the Wave Function of the Universe
At Tufts: Refreshments at 2:00 pm in Robinson 251 (Knipp Library).

November 21: Tom Banks, Rutgers University
Modular Cosmology
At MIT.
For abstract, click here.

November 28: Barth Netterfield, Princeton University
A Measurement of the Angular Power Spectrum of the Anisotropy in the Cosmic Microwave Background
At CfA.
For abstract, click here.

December 5: Igor Sokolov, University of Toronto
Large-Scale anisotropy of cosmic background radiation in experiment (COBE) and theory
At Tufts: Refreshments at 2:00 pm in Robinson 251 (Knipp Library).

December 12: Lawrence Krauss, Case Western Reserve
A Lower Limit on the Age of the Universe
At MIT.


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