The Number That Is You: A Digital History of Eternity
09 Feb 2012
Free lecture on Wednesday 22 February (6-8pm) in Renold Building, Lecture Theatre C16, Sackville Street.
The first in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Society's 'Beyond the Lecture Theatre' series will be presented by Professor Patrick Gaydecki and guests.
Have you ever thought to yourself “I wonder- when did the Universe start?” or “How did I end up here?” - then you’re not alone. Come join us as we explore ideas and questions that have interested nearly everybody in the world, for thousands of years.
You will explore Space and Time, the Future Digital Age, the deepest insides of your brain and much much more through mind-blowing sound and visual FX, amazing Hip-Hop, RnB, Dance and Rock/Indie music, live performance and incredible surround-sound.
This fascinating and funny lecture will open up the World of Science and Technology to you, showing you how everyday things you might not expect, can be used to help explain some of the most interesting ideas ever….the birth and death of the universe, what it means to be you, the meaning of life and the future for us all based on the technologies we are developing.
Never thought you’d be interested in Digital Technology, Cosmology, Neuroscience or Particle Physics? Think again!
Refreshments will be avavilable during the interval.
You can obtain your free ticket as follows:
- Collect from B21 reception desk, Sackville Street Building
- Print off your free eTicket from Eventbrite: The Number That Is You