PROGRAMME OF THE YEAR 2021

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Programme 2021 (.pdf)

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In remote, 16h00 Paris Time

- Thursday 21 January 2021: Prof. Dr Carlos O. LOUSTO', Professor at RIT - Rochester Institute of Technology- School of Mathematical Sciences, Co-Director of the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation, Rochester NY: From simulations of binary black holes to insights into astrophysics and gravitational waves

- Wednesday 17 March 2021: Prof. Dr Manuela CAMPANELLI, Professor at RIT - Rochester Institute of Technology- School of Mathematical Sciences and Astrophysical Sciences and Technology Program, Director of the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation, and Astrophysics and Space Physics Institute for Research Excellence, Rochester NY: Glimpse of Light from the Deep Universe: Supermassive Black Holes approaching Merger.

Programme 2021 Nobel Lectures in Physics (.pdf)

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- Thursday 28 January 2021: Prof. Dr Gérard 'T HOOFT, Nobel Prize in Physics, Professor at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Utrecht University and Spinoza Institute: Quantum Black Holes

- Wednesday 3 February 2021: Prof. Dr Reinhard GENZEL, Nobel Prize in Physics,Director at the Max-Planck-Institut für Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching: A Forty-Year Journey

- Wednesday 10 February 2021: Prof. Dr Barry C. BARISH, Nobel Prize in Physics, LIGO Caltech Laboratory, LSCEC, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena: Gravitational-Wave Detections

- Thursday 4 March 2021: Prof. Dr Didier QUELOZ, Nobel Prize in Physics, Professor at the Cavendish Laboratory-Astrophysics, Cambridge UK and Geneva University : Exoplanets Research

- Thursday 8 April 2021: Prof. Dr John C. MATTER, Nobel Prize in Physics and Chalonge Medal, NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center, Cosmology, JWST SPS, Greenbelt : Getting JWST ready, what it can do. New observational techniques for adaptive optics using orbiting laser guide stars. Wouldn't it be great to have nearly perfect imaging at visible wavelengths with the ELT?

- And Other LECTURERS ...