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Renowned physicist and cosmologist Professor Edward “Rocky” Kolb will be making an exciting visit to UNC Physics and Astronomy on March 27th and 28th, as part of the New Horizon’s Distinguished Speaker Series hosted by the Institute of Cosmology, Subatomic Matter and Symmetries (CoSMS).

During his visit, Professor Kolb will deliver a colloquium titled “Schrödinger’s Alarming Phenomenon” on March 27th at 3:30 PM in Room 211, Chapman. Afterward, there will be a special reception to welcome his visit. The following day, he will be giving a free public lecture entitled “The Quantum and The Cosmos” at 6:00 PM at UNC Morehead Planetarium.

Professor Kolb is a leading expert in cosmology, making significant contributions to our understanding of the early universe and the nature of dark matter. He is also passionate about public engagement with science, and he’s recognized for his engaging and accessible approach to science communication. His visit promises to be of great interest not only to UNC Physics and Astronomy faculty, researchers, students, and CosMS members, but also to the general public.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain insights from a world-class physicist and cosmologist, learn about the latest research in the field of cosmology, and engage with a passionate science communicator. Don’t miss this exciting visit by Professor Kolb to UNC Physics and Astronomy. Check out the flyers below for more information.


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