Observing Our Origins In The First Galaxy:Adrian Liu

April 15,2015, Adrian Liu, recipient of the inaugural Postdoctoral Lectureship Prize, gave an interesting lecture; introduced by Lawrence Krauss for the ASU Origins Project ‘Adrian Liu is an astrophysicist working to make the exciting new field of 21cm cosmology a reality. He has garnered multiple teaching awards, including the Buechner Teaching Prize, the Henry Kendall Teaching Award, and the Goodwin Teaching Medal. He is currently a Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, and will begin an appointment as a Hubble Fellow in Fall 2015.’

I really enjoyed this lecture. He was very articulate and easy to understand. I am looking forward to see what he does in the future!

I was able to approach Lawrence Krauss after the lecture, even thought they were not  doing a book signing afterward Krauss graciously signed my copy of ‘A Universe From Nothing.’


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