Didier Queloz was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2019 for “the discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star”
All Trinity members – Fellows, Past Fellows, students, alumni very welcome
On Friday 6 November 2020 at 7pm we will meet in central Tokyo.
Professor Didier Queloz, the most recent Trinity Fellow to be awarded the Nobel Prize, has very generously agreed to hold a video discussion with us.
Didier is astronomer, and has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2019 for “the discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star”
If you like to ask Professor Didier Queloz questions during our video discussions, best would be if you prepare the questions beforehand, so I can moderate the discussion to make the best use of Didier’s time.
On Friday 6 November 2020 we will meet as follows:
- 7pm- please arrive before 7pm, so that we can start the video discussion on time
- 7:15pm – 8:15pm video discussion with Professor Didier Queloz
- 8:15pm – 10:15pm dinner
Cost of this meeting will be YEN 10,000 including Kaiseki banquet-style dinner and unlimited drinks from a fixed list, nijikai is extra. We will meet in central Tokyo.
Registration and prepayment until Friday 30 October 2020. I will send location details and account details for prepayment to those who register.
Given the Covid-19 situation we will follow all Government and restaurant rules on hygiene. If the situation changes and it becomes necessary to postpone I will notify those who have registered.
About Didier Queloz:
- Didier Queloz, Nobel Lecture: 51 Pegasi b and the exoplanet revolution,
If you are Trinity College Cambridge Fellow or member living in or visiting Japan please join us. To register, or for any enquiries contact us here:
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