Cosmology and Dark Energy

Cosmology lecture

Public lecture

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Professor Andrew Tolley, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics, Imperial College London

abstract

Professor Tolley is a theoretical physicist with interest in cosmology, gravitational physics and quantum effective field theories, the dominant modern tool of theoretical physics. In the past he has worked on developing theoretical models of the early Universe, inflation, non-Gaussianities and Initial Conditions in cosmological perturbations, braneworld models and extra dimensions and related Galileon theories. More recently his research has focused on explanations of the late time acceleration of the Universe, through developing models of Dark Energy, and Modified Gravity, and addressing some of the challenges posed by the Cosmological Constant Problem.

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  • Sir Alexander Fleming lecture theatre
  • South Kensington Campus, Imperial College London
  • London SW7 2BX

Event Schedule

  • 22 March 2022 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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