The Rise of Cosmology and Particle Physics: Is our Present Understanding of the Universe about to be Replaced?
Free Public Lecture
Basement Theatre B117
Melbourne School of Design
July Lectures in Physics
Over the past 50 years explanations for the origin and evolution of the universe have provided us with new insights into particle physics and the fundamental building blocks of nature. But an understanding of the matter-antimatter asymmetry and the nature of dark matter remain elusive. The next 50 years promises an even deeper convergence of particle physics and cosmology to answer the big questions that will need new physics beyond the Standard Model.
This lecture is part of the 50th Anniversary of the July Lectures in Physics – Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Physics of the Future.
Associate Professor Nicole Bell, School of Physics, University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Nicole Bell
School of Physics, University of Melbourne
Researcher in theoretical particle physics and astrophysics, including neutrino physics, cosmology, astroparticle physics, dark matter, and particle physics beyond the Standard Model.