Joint Tufts / CfA / MIT
Tuesday Cosmology Seminars

Spring 1996


Past Seminars:

January 23: Julian Borrill, Dartmouth College
How Long is a Piece of String?
At Tufts.
For abstract, click here.

January 30: Daniel Eisenstein, Center for Astrophysics
Signatures of the Formation of Objects in the Universe
At MIT.
For abstract, click here.

February 6: Rick Watkins, Dartmouth College
Interpreting Data on Large-Scale Bulk Flows
At CfA.

February 13: Matt Visser, Washington University
Hawking's chronology protection conjecture: current status and prospects
At Tufts.
For abstract, click here.

February 20: Tsafrir Kolatt, Center for Astrophysics
The Power of Velocities
At MIT
For abstract, click here.

February 27: Rainer Weiss, MIT
Progress on LIGO - Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory
At CfA.
For abstract, click here.

March 5: Rob Crittenden, Princeton University
CMB Anisotropies from Cosmic Defects
At Tufts.
For abstract, click here.

March 12: Gilad Lifschytz, Brandeis University
On the Origin of Black Hole Thermodynamics
At MIT.
For abstract, click here.

March 19: John Huchra, Center for Astrophysics
Hubble Trouble Still
At CfA.
For abstract, click here.

March 26: Thibault Damour, IHES
Gravitational-strength scalars and Cosmology
At Tufts.
For abstract, click here.

April 9: Christine Jones-Forman, Alexey Vikhlinin, and Lawrence David, CfA
Hot Gas and Dark Matter in Clusters of Galaxies: Recent Results on Mass Measurements and Cluster Evolution
At CfA.
For abstract, click here.

April 16: Cumrun Vafa, Harvard
Recent Developments in String Dualities
At Tufts.

April 23: Antonio Ferrera, Tufts
Bubble Collision and Defect Formation in a Damping Environment
At MIT.
For abstract, click here.

April 30: Andrew Liddle, University of Sussex
Observational Probes of the Very Early Universe
At CfA.
For abstract, click here.

May 7: Lisa Randall, MIT
Supersymmetry and cosmology
At Tufts: refreshments at 2:00 in Knipp Library
Change in room: Room 152, Robinson Hall

May 14: Curt Cutler, Penn State
Doing Astronomy with LIGO: Sources of Gravitational Radiation
At MIT.
For abstract, click here.

May 21: Gary Hinshaw, Goddard Space Flight Center
The Microwave Anisotropy Probe (MAP): A Mission to Map CMB Anisotropy
At CfA.
For abstract, click here.


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