Gazing up in a clear moonless night have you ever wondered what all the dark spaces between the stars consist off? Scientists tell us that the mass of our galaxy is actually much greater than the mass of all the visible objects that it contains; that there actually might exist matter that would not be visible even if you were to shine a light on it.
Join us for our next session of Science Ka Adda, with Dr. Masroor Bukhari, to discuss the nature of Dark Matter and Black Holes.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Masroor Bukhari is a known particle physicist and one of the only Pakistan-origin recognized dark matter scientists in the world. He is a member of the CMS experiment at CERN Geneva and two dark matter experiments with the Jlab accelerator in Virginia and Italian national nuclear labs INFN in Padua. He is also a long time member of the US Jefferson National Laboratory and Accelerator Facility in Newport News Virginia and took part in building the Nobel Winning ATLAS experiment.
Date: Thursday, 2nd August 2018
Place: Faraar Gallery, T2
Time: 06:30 PM – 08:00 PM
Entry: Free, donations much appreciated!