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Origin of the Universe: New Perspectives

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Origin of the Universe: New Perspectives
seminar from group Science, Reason and Faith.
Javier Burguete. Pamplona, March 21, 2017....


Javier Burguete is graduate in Physical Sciences by the University of Zaragoza and PhD by the University of Navarra in 1995. He made a post-doctoral stay at the group of Instabilities and Turbulence at the CEA (Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique) in Paris, France, until 2000, when he returned to Navarra. He has directed seven doctoral thesis and participated in more than 60 scientific publications. He is a member of the Real Sociedad Española de Física, the European Physical Society and the American Physical Society. He has been invited researcher at the University Paris-Sud and Ecole Normale Superieure Lyon (France), Université Libre Bruxelles (Belgium), Universidad de San Luis-Potosí (Mexico) and University of Washington (Seattle). She is Full Professor in Applied Physics, and is currently Deputy Director of the School of doctorate for the area of Science, Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing. He teaches his teaching mostly as a professor of Biophysics at the School of Medicine and does research in Fluid Mechanics and Medical Physics.


The study of the Universe, both in terms of its structure and its origin, has interested mankind practically since its beginnings. In the construction of a physical model of our environment we have come a long way in which advances have been the result of great ideas, but also sometimes of great mistakes. In the last hundred years we have witnessed a series of crises that have forced us to rethink many generally accepted principles and to introduce notions that sometimes clash with our intuition or our ordinary experience. The goal of this seminar is to address the evolution of the model of the Universe that we have had from the end of the 19th century to the present day, and to discuss the causes of the crises that made the successive modifications necessary.