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Karen Lynn kmlynn@ua.edu

Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Fall 2020 – Roberts


Speaker: Amy Roberts (University of Colorado Denver) Title: The Super Cryogenic Dark Matter Search Detectors: Pushing Lower Thresholds in Search of an Answer Abstract: A wealth of cosmological measurements suggest that non-luminous "dark matter" makes up approximately 80% of all matter.  So far, the effects of dark matter have only been observed gravitationally.  But direct-detection

Physics & Astronomy Colloquium – Spring 2023 – Hansung Gim

227 Gallalee Hall 514 University Blvd., Tuscaloosa, AL

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