Virtual Event (Radcliffe): Unraveling the Mystery of Cosmic Acceleration
Each year, the Radcliffe Institute hosts leading scholars, scientists, artists, and practitioners from around the world in its renowned fellowship program. Learn more about them here.
Wednesday, November 4, 2020 @ 9:00AM Pacific Time (12:00PM Eastern Time)
Virtual Event via Zoom (details sent after registration)
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During his year at Radcliffe, Paul Martini is working on analysis tools and data from DESI to address the mystery of cosmic acceleration. The most prevalent view is that cosmic acceleration is due to some negative pressure associated with the vacuum of space, which is commonly referred to as dark energy. Other hypotheses include a modification to the theory of gravity, that is Einstein’s general theory of relativity, and an additional, scalar field that would act like an extra force of nature.
9:00AM - 10:00AM Wed 4 Nov 2020, Pacific timezone
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