[ASC-media] Public Talk at UNSW on Nov 10: Our Universe, and Others

Michael Burton mgb at phys.unsw.edu.au
Wed Oct 29 14:58:48 EST 2003


Our Universe, and Others

Free Public Lecture at the University of New South Wales

John Barrow, Cambridge University

Professor John D.Barrow will introduce some of the latest ideas about
the past, present, and future of the universe and reveal some of the
ways in which its properties are pre-requisites for the evolution of
life. He will also explore some of the latest ideas about the nature
of the existence of other dimensions of space and time.

TIME: 7:00 pm, Monday 10th November 2003

VENUE: Physics Theatre, Old Main Building, University of New South
Wales, Kensington Sydney

TRANSPORT: Buses to UNSW stop on Anzac Parade. Parking available in UNSW's
Barker St parking station (enter UNSW off Gate 14 - Barker Street near Anzac
Parade)

SPEAKER INFORMATION: Professor Barrow is a Research Professor of
Mathematical Sciences at Cambridge University, and Director of the
Millennium Mathematics Project. He is the author of 15 books which
explore many of the wider historical, philosophical and cultural
ramifications of developments in astronomy, physics and
mathematics. He has given many notable public lectures around the
world and has the curious distinction of having delivered lectures on
cosmology at the Venice Film Festival, 10 Downing St, Windsor Castle
and the Vatican Palace.






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