Milad Delfan Azari takes us on a journey through the history of physics. Explore the ancient Greeks and Persians and their early discoveries in science in a pre-math world. They laid the foundation for all the knowledge we have today. Over the centuries, revolutionary ideas and advances in technology have furthered our understanding of the world around us. In the future can we discover the answers to the basic yet profound question, “What is our universe made of?”
Date: Saturday, February 24th
Time: 17:30-19:00
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Presenter Biography
Milad Delfan Azari is a PhD candidate and a Research Assistant at Waseda University. He is involved with the High Energy Astrophysics Group within the Department of Physics. After completing his elementary and high school education in Iran, Milad moved to India and completed his undergraduate studies with a focus on theoretical physics. He then moved to Japan and earned his Master of Science degree in Theoretical Physics from Waseda University. The main focus of his research is Neutrino oscillations in core-collapse supernovae. Milad also teaches Astronomy and assists the Robotics program at KAIS International High School.

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