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Speaker: Hansung Gim (Montana State/ University of Alabama) Title: Exploring the submillimeter properties of the black hole in Henize 2-10 Abstract: It is well known that massive black holes (BHs) were almost exclusively found in the giant galaxies. However, recent studies have shown that these BHs are much more common in dwarf galaxies than previously
Holographic complexity proposals are interesting because, on one hand, they express universal properties of black hole interiors and, on the other, they go beyond the area-centric view on quantum gravity. Prof. Heller will talk about recent progress in that area.
Speaker: Jason Terry (University of Georgia) Title: Analyzing Planet Forming Environments with Deep Learning Abstract: Protoplanetary discs - the birthplaces of planets - offer unique opportunities to advance our theories of planet formation. Observing these rich physical environments reveals mechanisms and conditions that lead to stellar systems, but the overall process is still poorly understood.