Sunday, September 29, 2019

Travel Update

The coming days I am in Brussels, for a workshop that I’m not sure where it is or what it is about. It also doesn’t seem to have a website. In any case, I’ll be away, just don’t ask me exactly where or why.

On Oct 15, I am giving a public lecture at the University of Minnesota. On Oct 17, I am giving a colloquium in Cleveland. On Oct 25, I am giving a public lecture in Göttingen (in German). On Oct 29, I’m in Genoa giving a talk at the “Festival della Scienza” to accompany the publication of the Italian translation of my book “Lost in Math.” I don’t speak Italian, so this talk will be in English.

On Nov 5th I’m speaking in Berlin about dark matter. On Nov 6th I am supposed to give a lecture at the Einstein Forum on Potsdam, though that doesn’t seem to be on their website. These two talks in Berlin and Potsdam will also be in German.

On Nov 12th I’m giving a seminar in Oxford, in case Britain still exists at that point. Dec 9th I’m speaking in Wuppertal, details to come, and that will hopefully be the last trip this year.

Next time I’m in the USA will probably be late March 2020. In case you are interested that I stop by at your place, please get in touch.

I am always happy to meet readers of my blog, so in case our paths cross, do not hesitate to say hi.

13 comments:

  1. Hi sabine. Are you planning to visit Argentina at some time for a conference? I would be interested to participate if you came to these latitudes. Best regards!

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    1. Hi Guillermo,

      No, I presently don't have plans to travel to Argentina. In case something comes up, I'll mention it on this blog.

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  2. A day without your blog is like a day without sunshine or a meal without wine.

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  3. Hello Sabine, I live in Brussels -- but did not know you were coming! Is your meeting open to people like me (scientific journalist)? I wrote about your book last June: https://cinquantesignes.blogspot.com/2019/06/sabine-hossenfelder.html?m=1

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    1. Eric,

      No, not an open meeting, sorry. It's so secret even I didn't know where it is ;)

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  4. Hmmm, must be at the NATO headquarters then :-D

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    1. Kind of. At the representation of the German state Hesse. In any case, one can't just walk in.

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  5. Oxford is forever, even if the political within which is is located is somewhat contingent.

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  6. Hi Sabine,

    do you already have an outline for your next book or your next publication? It seems to me that you are currently working on quite hot topics... ;-)

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    1. What "hot topic" am I working on? Yes, I have an outline for the next book.

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    2. Yes, I would be quite interested, to hear more on the topics you are currently working on. I am quite curious. :-) I assume, it may be related to your actual blog posts.

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    3. In case you did not understand, what I wanted to say: It should be ment as a compliment to your backreaction blog. You are doing a good job. I like your blog very much. Thanks a lot!

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  7. Bee - Please do advise if you are in the nyc or new england areas. Hopefully you'll enjoy reading my paper 'Potholes: Emergent primordial black holes' :)

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