Prof. Gerry Gilmore FRS, University of Cambridge
5th February 2014, Larmor Lecture Theatre, 7pm
Gerry is Professor of Experimental Philosophy, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge. Throughout his career he has led efforts to understand the structure and origin of our Galaxy. Gerry played a big role in selection of ESA's revolutionary GAIA mission which will map a billion stars in the Milky Way. He is an outstanding communicator and advocate for science in society. He was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2013.