Michael Doser is a member of the organizing committee of the new Sparks! Serendipity Forum at CERN, the European Center for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a research physicist specialized in working with antimatter, using it either as a tool (to study the strong interaction), or as an object of study itself.
He is currently focusing on the formation of anti-atoms, the search for an explanation of the matter-antimatter asymmetry, and the measurement of the gravitational interaction between matter and antimatter, and is the spokesperson of the AEgIS experiment at CERN.
In addition, he lectures on antimatter, and is editor of Physics Letters B and of the Review of Particle Properties. He is also involved in numerous outreach activities, both locally and internationally (Europe and Asia), speaking to a wide spectrum of non-specialist audiences, from school children to decision makers, often also at art-related events.
Screening followed by a discussion with AI researchers and the film team, which will be available on webcast.cineglobe.ch from 22h00. The discussion will be open to questions from the Globe audience as well as to those joining online. The films are presented in VO/ST-FR, but the discussion will take place in English. The Debater: After Noam Slonim’s […]