Theoretical Cosmology meetings
To actively encourage the field of theoretical cosmology and to set an informal stage for the exchange of ideas, the Dutch theoretical cosmology community organizes Friday afternoon meetings approximately 6 times a year — usually on the first Friday of the month. The meetings typically start in the afternoon with a main speaker, followed by a short break to continue with another seminar or journal club discussion on some topic of current interest. We end the afternoon with drinks. The supporting institutes in Leiden, Amsterdam, Groningen, Utrecht where recently joined by the strings and cosmology group in Leuven and take turns in hosting the event.
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Utrecht, December 9th. In the following the program of the day: 13:00 CET --- Welcome and coffee 13:30-14:30 CET --- Talk by Bogumila Swiezewska (Warsaw University) Title: Supercooled Phase Transition in the Early Universe: Gravitational Waves, Dark Matter and Renormalisation Abstract: We present an updated analysis of the first-order phase transition associated with symmetry breaking in the early Universe…Find out more »