School of Natural Sciences
Please Note: This workshop is not open to the general public, but only to active researchers.
This workshop will focus on quantum aspects of black holes, focusing on applying ideas from quantum information theory.
This meeting is sponsored by the “It from Qubit collaboration” and is followed by the collaboration meeting in New York City.
Most of the baryons associated with galaxy halos reside in the
circumgalactic medium. A significant fraction of the mass is at
temperatures well below the halo virial temperature. What holds
the cool CGM up? I will present new measurements of the kinematics
of circumgalactic gas. The data show that much of the low-ionization
CGM rotates in the same direction as the galactic disk, suggesting
substantial centrifugal support. Disturbances from galactic winds
We are living in a golden era for testing gravitational physics with precision experiments. This talk will present new results using a variety of tests with radio pulsars. These results will be placed in context of other experiments (including LIGO, EHT etc), and I will demonstrate how pulsars continue to provide unique constraints on gravity and fundamental physics in general, and how they complement other methods.