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The Invisible Universe

14-25 January 2019

This summer-school, organised by Cedric Simenel, head of the theoretical physics department at ANU and AFRAN member, will welcome postgraduate students from across Australia and New Zealand as well as senior undergraduate students and early career researchers.

The school will cover the following current research topics explaining both fundamental theoretical concepts and prospective applications:

  • Gravitational Waves (2017 Nobel prize)

  • Dark Matter

  • Dark Energy (2011 Nobel Prize)

  • Neutrinos (2015, 2002, 1995, 1988 Nobel Prizes)

In addition to the regular lectures there will be other activities such as lab visits, Science in the Pub, and social events.

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