Starting from the Big Bang, I will briefly describe the history of our Universe in the past 13.8 billion years: What produced the atoms? Where did the microwave photons come from? How did the large-scale structure of the Dark Matter grow? Is Dark Energy the only culprit behind cosmic acceleration? How did the stars, galaxies, and galaxy clusters form in the dark and then light up the Universe? Do tiny black holes matter in the Universe? What sciences will the Chinese Space Station Telescope deliver to the Astronomers at SJTU?
ZIRC (multi-function room on the 4th floor of Siyuan Building)
Zu Ying, Associate Professor of School of Physics and Astronomy