Astronomy Colloquium


Nov. 9, 2012,
3:45pm to 4:45pm

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Conference Room


Mateusz Ruszkowski, assistant professor of astronomy at the University of Michigan, will be the featured speaker at a Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium.

Ruszkowski is a theoretical and computational astrophysicist. He is interested in a wide range of problems  starting from black holes and progressing to the scales of the largest virialized structures in the Universe — galaxy clusters. He also is interested in the physics of the most energetic particles —cosmic rays. His research centers on numberical simulations of astrophysical objects and processes. 

Admission Information

Admission is free. No ticket required.

Contact Information

Event Sponsor

Department of Astronomy and Physics