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Colloquium by Fulai Guo (SHAO)

The Physics and Roles of Black Holes and Cosmic Rays  in Cosmic Structure Evolution

Abstract: 

Cosmology, galaxy formation, and high energy astrophysics are three central areas in contemporary astronomy. In this talk, I will bridge these three areas by discussing the potential roles of supermassive black holes and cosmic rays in cosmic structure evolution, with a focus on some of my works in the past several years. In particular, I will talk about radio-mode AGN feedback in galaxy clusters and the Fermi bubbles in the Milky Way, two observationally-different (but analogous) events both likely related to AGN jets, and potentially producing different effects in two very different environments.

Time: Nov.11,  2015, 2:30 pm

Venue: A601, NAOC