Colloquium: High Energy Physics from Early Universe to Modern Colliders

Supernova is one of the topics featured by the Skoltech colloquium on high energy physics. Image courtesy of wikipedia

Supernova is one of the topics featured by the Skoltech colloquium on high energy physics. Image courtesy of wikipedia

The Skoltech Colloquium is back at a new location, the MSM building, and with an exciting new talk about what experts call “high energy physics”. In other words, anything and everything from supernovas to supercolliders.

When: September 18, 2014 at 4 pm

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Sergey V. Ketov.  Tokyo Metropolitan University and the Kavli Institute for Physics

What: High Energy Physics from Early Universe to Modern Colliders.

Where: Moscow school of management. Beijing-1 Auditorium – China cluster

Abstract:   “In my talk, designed for general audience, I am going to outline some recent achievements in the high-energy physics, by tapping into my 30 years of working experience in several countries, and by using a variety of media, such as web, pictures, movies, computer simulations and animation.”

 

 

 

Prof.Sergey V. Ketov.  Tokyo Metropolitan University and the Kavli Institute for Physics . Our guest speaker at the Skoltech Colloquium

Prof.Sergey V. Ketov. Tokyo Metropolitan University and the Kavli Institute for Physics . Our guest speaker at the Skoltech Colloquium

If you like to participate and for further information or questions, please Liliya Abaimova
We look forward to seeing you.

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