Science Student Research Series *POSTPONED*

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Rifath Khan & Fanzhi Su
Date 02/12/2022 at 17.45 - 02/12/2022 at 19.15 Where Roger Needham Room (Chancellor's Centre) & Zoom

Please note that this event has been postponed until 2023.

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Join the Science Society for their exciting new Science Student Research Series.

Each event features short talks given by current Wolfson PhD students, covering a wide range of topics targeted at a general audience. 

The talks are only 20 minutes long (including question time) and offer students a chance to share the research with the Wolfson community and beyond.



Origin of time and the black hole information paradox 

Rifath Khan, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

As we look further and further into the past of our universe, we would like to know what was it like but what happens is that sometime in the past, the very notion of time breaks down and it makes notions like “past” and “future” meaningless. How then would we describe the universe at the very early states. This question is also related to the black hole information paradox. 


How computer sees what we can’t see: AI assisted electron microscopy data analysis

Fanzhi Su, Department of Materials and Metallurgy



This is a hybrid event, which will take place in-person in the Gatsby Room (Chancellor's Centre) and also on Zoom.

If you would like to attend online, please register for the Zoom link.

For the in-person audience, drinks and snacks will be available after the talk.


The Science Society organises regular talks spanning a wide range of topics every Friday during term time.

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