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Join us for Café Scientifique

Interested in science? Want to learn more about the latest technology breakthroughs in normal English, minus the jargon? Then Café Scientifique Pittsburgh at Carnegie Science Center is the place to be!

Café Sci is THE place in Pittsburgh where anyone interested in science can get together at a scientific hub to discuss today's science issues with experts, and best of all... you can ask your own questions! After a brief talk by our monthly guest speaker, the evening is dedicated to a question-and-answer session. Plus, enjoy our pub-type atmosphere with food and drinks available for purchase.

Join us for Café Scientifique on Mon., Jan. 7


Presenter - David Snoke, PhD

David Snoke, PhD
Senior Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Pittsburgh

3/4/2017 to 1/8/2019

The Arrow of Time

Have you ever wondered why time runs forwards and not backwards? What about the irreversibility in nature? On Jan. 7, join Dr. David Snoke, Senior Professor at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, as he reviews the history on the debate on time, why the night sky is dark, and the time symmetry of modern quantum mechanics.

After his lecture, have a one-on-one conversation with Snoke and get your burning questions answered about time, physics, and quantum mechanics.

Snoke received his bachelor’s degree in physics from Cornell University and his PhD in physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, after which he worked at the Max Planck Institute in Stuttgart, Germany, as an Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral fellow.

After a short stint in the aerospace industry, he came to the University of Pittsburgh in 1994 where he directs a laboratory studying fundamental optical effects of semiconductors and two-dimensional materials. He was named a “Fellow of the American Physical Society” in 2006.

Time: Doors open at 6 pm, and the program is 7-9 pm.
Location: Carnegie Science Center
Admission: FREE!
Parking: $5
Cash bar: Open from 6-7:30 pm

Although this event is free, we ask that you register so that we can prepare the room and have enough food available for purchase.

A la carte menu:

Pre-made deli sandwiches and salads
Chips and cookies
Bottled Beverages
Beer and wine

3/4/2017 to 1/8/2019

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