The Physics of Fine-Tuning
June 19, 2017 - June 22, 2017
Department of Physics, University of Oxford
Aquila Rithymna Resort
Réthymnon Greece This will be an accessible event, including organized related activities
John Templeton Foundation
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor David Albert
Columbia University Luke Barnes
University of Sydney Celine Boehm
Durham University Bernard Carr
Queen Mary University of London George Francis Rayner Ellis
University of Cape Town Pedro Ferreira
University of Oxford Rocky Kolb
University of Chicago Janna Levin
Barnard College, Columbia University Verde Licia
Institute of Cosmological Sciences, Barcelona Mario Livio
Rutgers University Jerome Martin
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics Rees Martin
Trinity College, Cambridge Michela Massimi
University of Edinburgh John Peacocke
University of Edinburgh Raymond Pierrehumbert
University of Oxford Joe Silk
Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris Gary Steigman
The Ohio State University Jean-Philippe Uzan
Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris Organisers:
University of Oxford Roger Davies
University of Oxford Michael Hicks
University of Oxford Chamcham Khalil
University of Oxford Nick Kylafis
University of Crete Barry Loewer
Rutgers University Leanne O'Donnell
Johns Hopkins University David Sloan
University of Oxford Adrianne Slyz
University of Oxford
The Consolidation of Fine-Tuning Project’s capstone conference,“The Physics of Fine-Tuning”, will consist of two dozen talks on physics and the philosophy of physics, focussed on specific questions of fine-tuning within physics and astrophysics. We will have talks on inflation, structure formation, dark matter, inflationary cosmology, quantum cosmology, chemical physics, exoplanet research, explanation in physics, and astrobiology.
The conference will take place from 19-22 June 2017 at the Aquila Rithymna Beach Resort, in Crete, Greece.
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