Discover our Universe with KIPAC Public Lectures

KIPAC Public Lectures

Have you ever wondered how the Universe works or how it began? Have you ever been curious about how many planets there are out there? Or what it would be like to fall into a black hole? 

While we can't hold talks and events in person right now, KIPAC will be hosting monthly public lectures online, given by KIPAC astrophysicists. KIPAC Public Lectures are free and open to all, and are recommended for the general public and students above the 9th grade.

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Upcoming Public Lectures

Simulating the Universe on a Supercomputer

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Location

Online or in the Hewlett Teaching Center, Room 201 - register here

Speaker
Dr. Johannes Lange (Stanford University)

Simulating the Universe on a Supercomputer

We are pleased to offer this public lecture as a hybrid event. You can join us live online or in person. In-person attendance information and will be communicated to registered attendees closer to the event date.

Register here to attend


Past Public Lectures