Public talks given at the Museo de la Ciencia y el Cosmos.
In his public talk, Prof. Narayan will summarize our knowledge of Black Holes in the universe. He will describe how Black Holes are discovered, how their properties are measured, and what the results mean. He will also discuss the many ways in which Black Holes influence their surroundings and the profound effect they have had on the evolution of the universe.
- Big data, Big responsability: reproducible, archivable and branchable pipelinesDr. Mohammad Akhlaghi, Raúl Infante-SainzThursday February 20, 2020 - 10:30 (Aula)
- Observing magnetic activity with giant stars: between magnetic braking and revivalProf. Klaus-Peter SchroederFriday February 21, 2020 - 10:30 (Aula)