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KMI Colloquium

“KMI Colloquium” is usually held once in a month, speakers can be mainly invited from other institutions.

The audience is usually not specified. Any KMI member and related researchers, including KMI visitors and students, and any researcher who is interested in the theme can join.​


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10 2024 JUL
17:00 - 18:00
Supercomputer Simulations of Dark Matter Structure Formation in the Universe
Tomoaki ISHIYAMA (Chiba Univ.)
KMI Colloquium
8 2024 MAY
17:00 - 18:00
Investigating ultra-high-density equations of state through gravitational waves from binary neutron stars mergers
Luca Baiotti(Osaka Univ.)
KMI Colloquium
23 2024 APR
Dark Energy Results from DESI and Future Spectroscopic Surveys
David Schlegel(Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley)
KMI Colloquium
22 2024 FEB
17:00 - 18:00
Cosmic Antimatter Search with Balloon-Borne Liquid Argon TPC – The GRAMS Experiment
Kohei Yorita (Waseda University)
KMI Colloquium
13 2023 DEC
14:00 - 15:00
How can we know about GUT?
Naoyuki Haba (Osaka Metropolitan Univ.)
KMI Colloquium
10 2023 NOV
15:00 - 16:00
From Cold Atoms to Pulsar Timing Arrays: Looking for the Biggest Bangs since the Big Bang
John Ellis (CERN & King's College London)
KMI Colloquium
25 2023 OCT
17:00 - 18:00
Close to Detection: Nano-Hertz Gravitational Wave Background
Keitaro Takahashi (Kumamoto University)
KMI Colloquium
13 2023 JUL
17:00 - 18:00
Holographic Universe from Quantum Information
Tadashi Takayanagi (YITP Kyoto University, Inamori Research Institute for Science, Kavli IPMU University of Tokyo)
KMI Colloquium
14 2023 JUN
Wednesday, June 14th, 2023
Observation of MeV gamma-ray in the Galactic Center region using an electron tracking Compton telescope loaded on balloons
Atsushi Takada (Kyoto Univ.)
KMI Colloquium
31 2023 MAY
Wednesday, May 31th, 2023
How baryons appear in low-energy QCD: Domain-wall Skyrmion phase in strong magnetic fields
Muneto NITTA (Keio Univ.)
KMI Colloquium