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? 

We host monthly public lectures, followed by Q&A with astrophysicists, both in person at Stanford and live online. KIPAC Public Lectures are free and open to all, and are recommended for the general public and students above the 9th grade.

If you miss any of our events, or would like to watch them again, you can find all of our KIPAC Public Lectures on our YouTube channel

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Upcoming Public Lectures

The James Webb Space Telescope: A New Era of Distant Galaxies

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Location

In person and online - register here

Speaker
Dr. Wren Suess (Stanford and UC Santa Cruz)

The James Webb Space Telescope: A New Era of Distant Galaxies

We are pleased to offer this public lecture as a hybrid event. Join us in the Hewlett Teaching Center, Room 201 (tentative) at Stanford University, or live online. The live stream URL can be found at the bottom of the registration confirmation email.

Register here


Past Public Lectures

How the Universe Ends

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Location

Dinkelspiel Auditorium (map) and online

Speaker
Prof. Katie Mack (Perimeter Institute)

How the Universe Ends

We are pleased to offer this public lecture as a hybrid event. Join us in the Dinkelspiel Auditorium at Stanford University, or live online. The live stream URL can be found at the bottom of the registration confirmation email.

Register here