Dr. Miroslav Mićić, Astronomical Observatory, Belgrade, will give a talk:
First stars, first supernovae, first black holes
on Thursday, 29 September, 2011 at 14:30h. The talk will be held in the Conference Room 100, at the Faculty of Science and Mathematics Nis.
This lecture will be organized by SEENET-MTP Office in Niš, within the OEA-ICTP Program “Strings and Cosmology” (supported by ICTP, Trieste, Italy)
Abstract: First objects formed in the early Universe were substantially different from their modern counterparts. During this lecture, you will hear everything about these differences, about formation scenarios, and the role they play in the formation of galaxies and supermassive black holes. I will also present the latest research topics in this field and the future research projects which will take place in Serbia.
Download a poster (in Serbian)
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