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16th Polish Science Cafe with CU PolSoc (Paweł Biernacki and Juliette Bretan)

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  • UserDr Paweł Biernacki (Institute of Astronomy); Juliette Bretan (English Faculty)
  • ClockThursday 21 February 2019, 18:30-19:30
  • HouseArmitage Room, Queens' College.

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1) Juliette Bretan – ” ‘Zwróć Moje Serce’ – Dancing the Polish Tango Through my Fragmented Family Roots” 2) Dr Paweł Biernacki – “Simulating the Universe: Co-evolution of Supermassive Black Holes and Their Host Galaxies”

Juliette Bretan studies English Literature at Murray Edwards and writes for on interwar Poland, as well as working as a freelance journalist specialising in Polish culture and history.

Dr. Paweł Biernacki is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Astronomy/Kavli Institute of Cosmology, University of Cambridge where he studies the interaction between supermassive black holes and their host galaxies using massive hydrodynamic simulations. He holds a PhD in Computational Science from University of Zurich. Prior to that, he obtained his Master of Science degree from Leiden University (The Netherlands). Dr. Biernacki worked for NASA at the Space Telescope Science Institute (Baltimore, MD) where he explored novel approaches to data handling of the Hubble Space Telescope. He also interned at Polish and Czech Academies of Sciences.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Polish Society series.

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