Golden Webinars in Astrophysics series continues presenting ground-breaking ideas!
The 'Golden Webinars in Astrophysics' series brings you forefront research from scientists, who have significantly contributed to astronomy, astrophysics, and cosmology and thereby expanded our understanding of the nature and inner workings of the Universe. It's for all and it’s free!
The Institute of Astrophysics of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, with the support of the Center for Astrophysics and Related Technologies (CATA Spanish acronym) and the Office of the Vice President for Research, has hosted a virtual talk series entitled the "Golden Week of Webinars in Astrophysics."
The purpose was to present the latest research in astronomy and cosmology, offered directly by the scientists who have carried it out. The series includes Nobel laureates James Peebles and Didier Queloz, Gruber Prize winners Sandra Faber and Volker Springel, and Mathematica's creator Stephen Wolfram.
Since June 2020, great scientists had talked about their revolutionary ideas, for free and for all audiences to enjoy.
The series has been so successful that even Nature's Magazine recommended it. Until today, more than 32,000 people had been watching it for free.
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Upcoming Golden Webinars in Astrophysics
- October, 9: Makoto Yoshikawa
- October, 16: Robert Kennicutt
- October, 23: Suzanne Staggs
- October, 30: Paul Hoyningen-Huene
- November, 6: Alexey Vikhlinin
- November, 13: Robert Williams
- November, 20: Carlos Frenk
- November, 27: Alvio Renzini
- December, 4: William H. Press
Relive all the talks of the cycle "Golden Webinars in Astrophysics."
James E. Peebles
Sandra M. Faber
Didier P. Queloz
R. Brent Tully
Jill C. Tarter
Jocelyn Bell Burnell
Roger D. Blandford
Michael C. Nolan
Christopher J. Lintott
- Mapping the Nearest Stars for Habitable or Inhabited Worlds: Exoplanets and the Search for Atmospheric Biosignature Gases
- Dark Matter Halos: their Structure and Consequences over 20 Orders of Magnitude in Mass, from those of rich Galaxy Clusters down to that of the Earth