Our Public Lecture series continues on Tuesday 9 June as we welcome Professor Jeff Forshaw.
The talk begins at 7pm and will see Professor Forshaw examine quantum physics. Underpinning most of modern physics; quantum physics describes a very strange and counter-intuitive world, where tiny particles act as if they are in several places at the same time. He will present the crazy rules that control the behaviour of a quantum particle and show how they impact upon questions about the world around us.
This lecture is in partnership with the York Festival of Ideas.
Tickets are free and are available on our Eventbrite page. If you have any enquiries or accessibility requirements please telephone us on 01904 527315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please either print off your ticket or display it to us on your smartphone or tablet on the evening.
~ There will be free refreshments and a book signing after the lecture ~
About the Speaker
Jeff Forshaw is a particle physicist who has published over a hundred research papers and written several books, including two best-selling science books co-authored with Professor Brian Cox. He recently won the Institute of Physics’ Kelvin Medal for his work explaining science to non-experts.