Particle Plateaux - An informal history of invisible things
Join us online for the 12th talk of Yale Quantum Institute series of nontechnical talks aiming to bring a new regard to quantum physics and STEM by having experts cast new light on often-overlooked aspects of scientific work.
Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky is an acclaimed visual artist and composer who joined the Yale Quantum Institute as Artist-in-Residence for this academic year. For this public talk, he will talk about his multimedia, multidisciplinary study of Antarctica, which was named by ancient Greeks without visiting either pole. This will inform his discussion on how the power of the invisible shapes and molds the visible.
This is a hybrid event, but those who wish to attend in person should follow this link: