2003 – George Efstathiou

Professor George Efstathiou is one of the world’s best known cosmologists.

For over 25 years, he has combined deep theoretical insights with major observational campaigns to understand the large-scale cosmic web of galaxies. He is a principle architect of the current paradigm for how all of the structure formed in our universe. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society, of the Institute of Physics, and is about to assume the Directorship of the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge.


Public Lecture: The Fate of the Universe

Technical Talk: Testing Fundamental Physics with the CMB