Spring 2023 Physics Colloquium:- Hacking Stars to Better Understand our Universe
In this talk, the speaker will discuss his scientific research based on ‘hacking stars (Repurposing stars)’, which allows him to develop innovative new technologies and deepen our understanding of the universe. He will also talk about his work leveraging techniques for interpreting electromagnetic radiation, laboratory plasma physics, computational modeling, machine learning, and high-performance computing.
地點：香港大學 鈕魯詩樓 2字樓223室
講者：Dr. Hakeem OLUSEYI (Astrophysicist and Former Space Science Education Manager for NASA; Faculty Research Fellow at the Princeton Space Plasma Laboratory; Visiting Robinson Professor at George Mason University; President of the National Society of Black Physicists)
Dr Hakeem Oluseyi, the author of the critically acclaimed memoir, “A Quantum Life: My Unlikely Journey from the Streets to the Stars”, is an internationally-recognised astrophysicist, science TV personality, and global education advocate with a long, distinguished career in academia and scientific research. Most recently, he was stationed at NASA Headquarters, where he served as an Astrophysicist and Space Science Education Lead for NASA's Science Mission Directorate.