Friedmann Colloquium of the Physics Department : December 5, 2022 6:00 pm - Frank EISENHAUER
The publication of Alexander Friedmann's seminal papers in 1922 marked the birth of modern cosmology. In order to celebrate its centenary, the Friedmann Endowment will fund various scientific actions over the next few years, covering the wide range of themes associated with cosmology, at École Polytechnique and partner institutions, in collaboration with the Foundation of Ecole Polytechnique. The Friedmann Colloquium will be a flag activity, organized by the Physics Department and aimed at a general audience of scientists and science students.
For its first edition of the Friedmann Colloquium, Dr. Frank Eisenhauer from the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Munich (Garching) will speak about : THE GALACTIC CENTER BLACK HOLE, THE EFFECTS OF GENERAL RELATIVITY, AND HOW TO OBSERVE THEM
Monday, December 5, 2022 at 6:00 pm in Becquerel Lecture Hall of Ecole polytechnique
Abstract found at : https://gargantua.polytechnique.fr:443/siatel-web/app/linkto/mICYYYS0mYK
The program and the videos of the conferences of the Physics Department are available on the Department website: https://portail.polytechnique.edu/physique/fr/seminaire-de-physique
About the Alexander Friedmann Endowment
In 1922 Alexander Friedmann (1888-1925) published a seminal paper, which triggered the advent of modern cosmology. In order to celebrate its centenary, the Alexander Friedmann Endowment supports various scientific activities, covering the wide range of subjects associated with cosmology, at Ecole Polytechnique and its partner institutions. Among these activities, the Friedmann Colloquium is a general seminar addressing an audience of scientists and science students.
Scientific committee : Silke Biermann (CPHT), Jean-René Chazottes (CPHT), Mathieu de Naurois (LLR), Marios Petropoulos (CPHT), Sébastien Renaux-Petel (IAP), Yves Sirois (LLR).