10.01.2020 - "Thermodynamics of spacetime: A perspective from the quantum realm". (Ana Alonso-Serrano)
17.01.2020 - "Prof. Jerzy Stelmach – a cosmologist and a popularizer of science". (Mariusz P. Dąbrowski)
24.01.2020 - "Solving the mass sheet degeneracy in gravitational lensing observation with future sky surveys" (Paolo Cremonese)
31.01.2020 - "Imperfect fluids in cosmology" (Roberto Caroli)

02.2020 - Winter Break

06.03.2020 - "Trans-Planckian Problem and Hubble Tension in the Swampland Program". (Roberto Caroli)

VIRTUAL FRIDAY COSMOLOGY SEMINARS (due to the coronavirus pandemia)

13.03.2020 "General discussion on the topic of "Artificial Superintelligence" (M.P. Dąbrowski)
20.03.2020 "Quantum uncertainty in the presence of weak curvature" (Fabian Wagner)
27.03.2020 "Entanglement entropy of a pair of universes. A "critical" analysis" (Samuel Barroso-Bellido)
03.04.2020 "From slime mold to cosmic web. An unexpected connection" (Vincenzo Salzano)
10.04.2020 "Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity in 4 dimensions" (Fabian Wagner)
17.04.2020 "Large-scale inhomogeneities and varying constants" (Mariusz P. Dąbrowski)
24.04.2020 "Second order corrections to GR and thermodynamics transport coefficients" (Roberto Caroli)

08.05.2020 "Quantum principle of relativity" (Adam Balcerzak)
15.05.2020 "Multi-wavelength observations of neutron stars and the interplay with fundamental physics" (prof. Roberto Mignani, INAF - Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica Cosmica, Milano, Italy & Janusz Gil Institute of Astronomy, University of Zielona Góra, Poland)
22.05.2020 no seminar
29.05.2020 "Dark Matter on the scales of galaxies: from the small scale crisis towards a \psi-Dark Matter model", (dr. Ivan De Martino, University of Torino, Italy)

05.06.2020 "Quantum principle of relativity" (dr. Hab. Andrzej Dragan, University of Warsaw, Poland & Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore)
12.06.2020 no seminar
19.06.2020 "Charging Dark Matter Up" (dr. Jose Beltrán Jiménez, University of Salamanca, Spain)
26.06.2020 "TBA" (prof. Marek Biesiada, NCBJ Warsaw, Poland)