Culture Cafe Series – Space: the final frontier
The E.A. Milne centre is showcasing its research in a series of free OpenCampus talks this Autumn semester.
Edward Arthur Milne honoured at plaque unveiling
British Science Festival: How the Universe will end
As part of the British Science Festival 2018, Prof Brad Gibson will explore the many ways in which the Universe could end. This event will be held on campus (Middleton Hall) on 12 September 2018.
BRIDGCE meeting: Stars, supernovae and nucleosynthesis
A 2-day meeting on nuclear astrophysics, massive stars and supernovae, 20-21 September 2018.
NuGrid/JINA-CEE/ChETEC School: Software tools for simulations in nuclear astrophysics
In collaboration with NuGrid, we are hosting a 3-day training school (17-19 September 2018) on nuclear reaction rates, stellar nucleosynthesis, observations and implications for galactic chemical evolution.
STFC summer school for research computing
We are hosting the STFC Introductory Summer School for Research Computing in Solar Physics and Astronomy from 2nd to 7th September 2018.
Inspired in Hull with Dill Faulkes – “From Hull to the Cosmos: Maths and My Life in Astrophysics”
Thursday 3 May | 18:30 (refreshments from 18:00) | Canham Turner, University of Hull
Astrophysics Seminar Programme 2017-2018
Details of the weekly Astrophysics Seminar Programme.
Inaugural Professorial Public Lecture- Dec 12th at 6pm
To celebrate the holiday season, Professor Brad Gibson will deliver the University’s Professorial Public Lecture, entitled ‘Building the Universe inside a Computer’ at 6pm on Dec 12th 2016, in the Allam Lecture Theatre at the University of Hull. Tickets available from firstname.lastname@example.org – book now!
The 2017 National Astronomy Meeting
The 2017 National Astronomy Meeting is hosted by the E.A. Milne Centre.