Queen Mary Centenary Lecture: One hundred years of general relativity

25 February 2015

Time: 6:00pm
Venue: School of Physics and Astronomy, GO Jones Building, Queen Mary University of London

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In 1915 Einstein produced his master work, general relativity. His theory of gravity, based on the bending of spacetime itself is perhaps the single most impressive discovery in the history of theoretical physics. This talk will describe the basic ideas and concepts behind relativity and how one hundred years later Einstein's legacy lives on.
We hope you will join us for an enlightening evening with staff and students of the School of Physics and Astronomy, refreshments will be served after the lecture. This talk is at a level suitable for any interested member of the general public and children 15+. School groups are welcome.

The event is free but places are limited. Book online to avoid disappointment.

Speaker Bio
David Berman is a passionate proponent of public engagement with Physics and has been working at the leading edge of String theory for over 15 years. His public engagement activities have varied from work with schools to talks at the Tate Modern and appearances on Radio 4.

Doors open at 17.30 for 18:00 start. Drinks and snacks will be served from 19:00-20:00