UConn Math Club

The Physics and Mathematics of Special Relativity

Arthur Parzygnat (University of Connecticut)

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 5:45 pm
MONT 321

Information-theoretic concepts have provided some of the most far-reaching consequences towards our understanding of the universe. The finiteness of the speed of information travel in space is no exception. In this talk, we will assume that light travels at a constant speed for all inertial frames and derive from it many counterintuitive physical consequences. 

Comments: Free pizza and drinks!