### Talks poll (those ready to be presented sometime):

- Fluid Mechanics - Remastered (Aiman)
- Gauge Theory (Aiman)
Fuzzy Physics - Doing and deriving physics with fuzzy maths (Ugne)

- General Relativity Marathon (Weekly Seminar) (Aiman) - in Progress every Saturday

### Talks in progress (presenter not yet ready/still needs time to prepare):

- Quantum Computing and Quantum Information (Khaled)
- Kaluza-Klein Theory (Aiman)
- Extinguishing Fire with Sound (Roshan)
- Drama-stripped Physics of Black Holes and Time Travel (Aiman)
- Symplectic geometry in Physics (Deepak)
- The Problem of Quantisation (Aiman)

### Talks suggestions (please add topics here you’d like to learn about, but don’t necessarily want to present yourself. If you’d like to present on one of the topics suggested by anyone, feel free to move it to one of the lists above and tag it with your name):

(More on) Quantum Computing

- Chaos
- Ostrogradsky's Theorem on Hamiltonian Instability
- Singularity Theorems and the Big Bang
- Blackhole Information Paradox

### Talks presented already:

- Summer (Physics) Internships Presentations (Aiman, Ugne) Link for more info
- Scientific Typesetting with LaTeX workshop(Yiping "Scott") Workshop page: Presentation slides, examples ..etc
- Dimensional Analysis (Aiman) Talk page with notes
- Nobel Prize 2018 Presentation (Prof. Materny) Abstract page with presentation slides
Interactive Simulations (Aiman) Talk page with notes and simulation

- Evil Quaternions and Electrothermomagnetism (Aiman) Talk page with notes
- Noether’s Theorem in Depth (Crystal)
- Tensors with Penrose Diagrammatic Notation (Santa) Notes prepared for this talk
- Introduction to the Standard Model of Modern Cosmology (Aiman) Talk page with notes
- Introduction to visual Astronomy (Julian) Presentation Slides
- Causality (Ugne)
- Planetary Science: A crossover for natural sciences and engineering (Prof. Angelo Pio Rossi)
- Szilard the Demon Slayer: Live Long 2nd Law (Aiman) Talk page

## 7 Comments

## Al-Eryani, Aiman Abdulrahman

To the second years: giving a talk is close to mandatory. Would you not give a talk, expect me over breakfast, lunch and dinner tables. Expect me in your classrooms, in your daydreams, night dreams and in your nightmares. There's no escaping fate now that it has set its eyes on you. You can't run. It's futile. So be a good student and give a talk >=D

## Al-Eryani, Aiman Abdulrahman

I want to clarify for the new members that this only holds for the

Physics majorssecond years. So if you're not a physics student, you needn't worry about me bothering you (I can't really enforce "mandatory" after all) at some point. If you're not a physics major, but you'd still like to give a talk, you're more than welcome! Just add yourself to the list.## Al-Eryani, Aiman Abdulrahman

I found a very nice page on wikipedia that lists open problems in physics: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unsolved_problems_in_physics

Talks introducing any of these (or even multiple at once) also work and would be quite interesting.

## Balaj, Flutura

Hi everyone

Can someone please tell me where are these talks presented?

My major is Physics, I am a Freshman and I plan on finishing my masters on astrophysics so I was interested in "Introduction to Cosmology" talk.

## Deng, Yiping

I think Aiman will send out the e-mail to the mailing list before the event to inform you about the place/time for the talk. No worries:)

## Al-Eryani, Aiman Abdulrahman

Nice! Do you mean that you wish to present the talk yourself, or that you'd like to attend it? The talk is still in the suggestions list, and is one that can be presented in many levels of detail. But if people would like to hear on it soon, I can present on it myself =). It's a very interesting topic, but there's an issue that it might be better to have some familiarity with General Relativity first to get to a satisfactory level of detail.

If you want to do it, then just move it to the "in progress" list and tag it with your name. Otherwise, let me know, and I will see what I can do.

But yes, the next Friday's meeting will be introductory, and there will be a couple of shorter talks about internships done during the summer by some of the students. The next, there will be Yiping (hopefully =D) doing a workshop on Latex. Then we will see we can see if the talk on cosmology can be done afterwards.

## Dermaku, Dion

Wow

astrophysicssounds cool