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Reach For The Stars

Please note this venue is fully accessible. Bring along your your student card to get 10% off drinks!
Past event - 2019
21 May Doors open from 7pm
Event 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Saracens Head, 42 Broad St,
Bath BA1 5LP
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Since time began, man has been fascinated by space and we continue to be to this day. Come along to find out about cutting edge research exploring the edges of the galaxy.

Astrophysics: An Extreme Sport.

Dr David Tsang (Lecturer, Department of Physics)
Dave is from Vancouver, Canada, and received his PhD from Cornell University. He has worked at Caltech, McGill University, the University of Maryland, and the University of Southampton, and is now a Lecturer in the Physics department at the University of Bath. He studies the dynamics of extreme astrophysics, including the mergers of neutron stars and black holes, gravitational waves, strongly magnetized stars, and planet formation.

Badly Behaved Gamma Ray Bursts

Mr Eliot Ayache (PhD Student, Department of Physics)
Eliot is interested in gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), which are gigantic cosmic explosions triggered by the collapse of a massive star into a black hole, or the merger of two neutron stars. These events expel jets of matter moving at nearly the speed of light, responsible for the production of gamma-rays observed from the Earth. Eliot’s research currently consists in developing new algorithmic approaches to overcome these challenges and applying these methods to outstanding questions regarding GRB behavior.

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