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KICC 10th Anniversary Celebration

last modified Jul 28, 2019 08:50 AM

On 18th July 2019 we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Kavli Institute for Cosmology.

The event was opened by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge and was attended by representatives of the Kavli Foundation we well as by faculty, postdocs and students from KICC and from the three parent departments (Institute of Astronomy, Department of Physics, and Department of Applied Mathemathics and Theoretical Physics).

Various presentations were given which highlighed the success of the Kavli Institute, and more broadly of Cambridge, in multiple areas of Astrophysics, as well as the bright prospects for the future through the KICC involvement in multiple forthcoming projects.

Directors from sibling Kavli Institutes around the world also attended the events and gave an overview of the activities at their institutes and the synergies with KICC.

A gallery of some of the photos taken during the event can be found at this link.

KICC Annual Report 2019

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