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Name: ICL: LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE: A PHYSICIST’S PERSPECTIVE
Date: August 17, 2018
Time: 10:10 AM - 12:10 PM EDT
Event Description:
LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE: A PHYSICIST’S PERSPECTIVE
 
Dr. Arunava Roy, 1 Session, Friday, August 17, 10:10 am - 12:10 pm
 
We will discuss the possibilities of life-intelligent or otherwise-in the universe. It covers topics ranging from the formation of our solar system and the structure/origin/evolution of the universe, galaxies, stars, and planets in the cold depths of space. We will also discuss the possibilities of microbial life in our solar system.
 
Dr. Arunava Roy is a gravitational and high-energy theorist with a passion for teaching.  Dr. Roy’s research interest can be broadly classified as a search for new physics at high energies.  Specifically, he studies the formation, destruction and characteristics of mini-blackholes at supercolliders.  He has published several articles in one of the top physics journals and also has several book chapters to his credit.  Dr. Roy currently teaches physics, astronomy and astrophysics at YHC.
Location:
ICL Classroom at Young Harris College.
 
Date/Time Information:
1 Session, Friday, August 17, 10:10 am - 12:10 pm
Contact Information:
For more information please visit www.iclyhc.org for registration and detailed course information or call 706.379.5194 and leave a message or send an email to icl@yhc.edu.
Fees/Admission:
Course fee $12. (Requires ICL membership - $25 annually).
 
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