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WEBCAST OF OFFICER COLLIER'S MEMORIAL SERVICE–MARLAR LOUNGE

…stations where members of the MIT community can go to watch the service. Due to the estimated 15,000 people expected at tomorrow’s service, the MKI community is encouraged to attend…

BBL 9/21/2020 — 3 Talks! Sidney Lower (University of Florida), Kaze Wong (Johns Hopkins University), and Kameswara Mantha (University of Missouri – Kansas City)

…more accurate galaxy properties and 2) problems with model simplicity or inflexibility can be mitigated by considering more complex models alongside thoughtful priors to avoid degeneracies between model parameters. Bio:…

Onboarding

phone system, so it’s best to check with Kenton via mki-it@mit.edu if you are having problems. Note that all that is being provided is the internet service. There is no…

Portable system boosts laser precision, at room temperature

…however, there is a bit of randomness among a laser’s individual photons, in the form of quantum fluctuations, also known in physics as “shot noise.” For instance, the number of…

Portable system boosts laser precision, at room temperature

…laser’s individual photons, in the form of quantum fluctuations, also known in physics as “shot noise.” For instance, the number of photons in a laser that arrive at a detector…

History

…and the first director was Prof. John V. Harrington of the Electrical Engineering and Aero-Astro Departments. CSR was initially located in two old buildings north of campus (N51-52). Its new…

Number Theory and Spacetime (speaker: Steven S. Gubser, Princeton University)

…theory hints at the existence of a smallest possible length, the Planck length. Number theory provides an alternative to the real numbers known as the p-adic numbers. Recent work has…

Two talks and a tour: Heavier than the Sun, Smaller than a City: The Neutron Star; Exploring the Universe from Near to Far with the Chandra X-ray Observatory; Tour of Operations Control Center for Chandra X-ray Observatory

Heavier than the Sun, Smaller than a City: The Neutron Star Dr. Paul Hemphill, 1:30-2:00pm Abstract: Neutron stars are some of the most extreme objects in the known Universe….