Aurora Simionescu at TEDxBucharest





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Published on Jan 31, 2013

Aurora is an astrophysicist who has already been widely publicized and awarded for her research so far, which mainly revolves around physics of the hot plasma in clusters of galaxies (the largest virialized objects in the universe). Currently being an Einstein Postdoctoral Research Fellow (at Stanford University), she comes to TEDxBucharest to give us her thoughts on how big the Universe really is. She is also a mentor for Tech School, a robotics and astronomy contest seeking revolutionary applications.

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