As a part of GREAT Campaign, British Council has organised lecture tour with Mark Birkinshaw in Bangalore and Chennai. Mark Birkinshaw is a professor of physics at University of Bristol and leads the university's Astrophysics Group. He is well known for his work on structures in the microwave background radiation created by clusters of galaxies, on relativistic effects that distort the appearances of distant objects, and on the interactions between outflows from active galaxies and the diffuse gas around them. He will be visiting Bangalore and Chennai for delivering GREAT Talk titled Ancient light: the microwave background radiation and cosmology. The schedule for his lectures is given below:
|Bangalore||20 January||11.30 AM||Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Bangalore (VITM)|
|Chennai||22 January||4.30 PM||Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium|
|Chennai||22 January||3.00 PM||IIT Madras|
|Chennai||23 January||10.30 AM||BS Abdur Rahman University|
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