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The Pro ISSI Talk with Bruno Leibundgut on Cosmology Today  is taking place on October 14, 2020, 18:15h.

Der Pro ISSI Vortrag mit Bruno Leibundgut über Cosmology Today findet neu am 14. Oktober 2020, 18:15 Uhr statt.

Der Vortrag findet ausnahmsweise im Hörsaal 099, Exakte Wissenschaften, Sidlerstrasse 5, 3012 Bern, statt. Die Platzzahl ist beschränkt und es besteht im Gebäude eine Maskentragpflicht. Eine Anmeldung ist erforderlich unter: pro-issi@issibern.ch (für Fragen: Sekretariat ISSI, Telefon 031 631 48 96). Abhängig von der Entwicklung der epidemiologischen Situation kann es kurzfristig zu Änderungen kommen (z.B. nur Online-Veranstaltung).

Der Vortrag wird auch online (Start 18:15 Uhr) übertragen (Zoom Webinar): https://bit.ly/2DJ74Pr  Meeting ID: 81330166057 Passwort: 481628

Abstract: The idea of where and how humanity fits into its surroundings has shaped ideas for centuries. The image of the universe around us has changed dramatically in the past 100 years. The immensity of the universe and the fact that it is dynamic and not static have been recognized early in the 20th century and with the close of the last millennium a new and possibly dominating component has been discovered.  The current cosmological model is based on gravity and hence Einstein’s General Relativity. As simplifications homogeneity and isotropy are introduced to make the models manageable. These can be tested and appear to be acceptable assumption. With such an underlying theory the observations currently require four major components: radiation, matter, dark matter and dark energy.
The observational status includes knowledge about the state of the universe about 3 minutes and 300,000 years after the Big Bang and then the evolution to the variety of galaxies, stars and planets, we observe today.  The talk will give an overview of the current understanding of cosmology and the observations on which it is based.

Image obtained by the Hubble Space Telescope shows the galaxy NGC 4526 and its supernova 1994D (lower left). Image Credit: NASA/ESA, The Hubble Key Project Team and The High-Z Supernova Search Team

 

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Last Pro ISSI Talk with Anny Cazenave (recorded on 30th October 2019)

 

Pro ISSI Talk with Johannes Geiss Fellow Karel Schrijver (recorded on 8th May 2019)