Inaugural Lecture: Professor Dorje Brody
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
We can all perceive events taking place in three dimensions. In mathematics and physics, however, we are often confronted with events in higher dimensions that are very difficult to visualise inside our mind. Yet, progresses will not be made without our ability to comprehend the incomprehensible! In this lecture Professor Brody will illustrate tentative ideas of universes in higher-dimensional space-times, and describe how some of the mysteries of nature (e.g. dark matter, Higgs particles) might be attributed to extra dimensions.
A light supper will be provided.
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