Chicago Suburbs Harper Lecture: Radically Rethinking Dark Matter

Sun., November 11, 2018 | 2:00 PM — 4:00 PM

Hyatt Regency Lisle
1400 Corporetum Drive
Lisle, IL 60532
United States

Featuring Dan Hooper, professor of astronomy and astrophysics

The overwhelming majority of cosmologists are confident that most of the matter in our universe is not made up of atoms but rather of a substance known as dark matter. We do not know, however, exactly what dark matter is, how it behaves, or how it was created in the early universe. In this lecture, Dan Hooper will explain why we are so sure that dark matter exists and describe how recent experimental results suggest that it may be very different than we had long imagined.

Contact [email protected] or 773.702.2150.

Event Details

2:00 p.m. Registration and networking
2:30 p.m. Presentation and discussion
3:30 p.m. Reception

$10/Maroon Loyalty Society member or recent graduate (College alumni of the past 10 years and graduate alumni of the past five years)
Free for current academic year graduates and current students
Two complimentary registrations for members of the Chicago, Harper, Odyssey, and Phoenix philanthropic societies

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Parking Information

Complimentary self-parking is available.