Jeremy Sakstein - UPENN

Mon, 02/11/2019 - 2:10pm
Pupin Hall Theory Center, 8th Floor


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About the speaker

Jeremy is a theoretical physicist who is interested in understanding the nature of our universe using the interface of cosmology, gravitation, and astrophysics. He spends a lot of my time thinking about the biggest mysteries in modern physics, such as what is causing the expansion of the universe to accelerate, and why there is more matter than anti-matter. This has led Jeremy to study physics on many scales, from stars and galaxies, to black holes and gravitational waves, to the early universe.

More details on Jeremy can be found here.