"Black holes gold rush." by Alexander Kusenko (UCLA)

Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium

Thursdays, 4:00-5:00 pm

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Reception from 3:30-4:00 p.m.
(unless otherwise posted)

Guest Speaker: Alexander Kusenko (University of California, Los Angeles)

Talk Title:  “Black holes gold rush.”



Recent discoveries promise to revolutionize our understanding of black holes, their origin, and their signals.   I will discuss the signals of giant black holes, as well as the possibility that small black holes created in the early universe make up the cosmological dark matter and contribute to synthesis of heavy elements, including gold.  

For more information, contact Jay Hauser

We thank the following people for their contributions to the wine fund for the post-colloquium reception:
Prof. Dolores Bozovic, Prof. Robijn Bruinsma, Prof. Wesley Campbell, Prof. Bob Cousins, Prof. Jay Hauser, Prof. Eric Hudson, Robert Huff, Prof. HongWen Jiang, Prof. Alex Kusenko, Prof. John Miao, Prof. George Morales, Prof. Pietro Musumeci, Prof. Christoph Niemann, Prof. Rene Ong, Prof. James Rosenzweig, Prof. David Saltzberg, and Prof. Jean Turner.

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