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The Colours of Noise

Christian Brouder

Part of We’ll be making lots of noise

Unfortunately, the event has to be cancelled due to the current developments connected with the spreading of the Corona virus and the resulting travel restrictions. We are planning to postpone the talk to a later date.

  • 2 hours
  • In English, German and French
  • Open for all ages

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Christian Brouder conducted research on electromagnetic characteristics of both music and colour. In his talk, the quantum physicist will merge his fields of research and explore the colours of noise.

He is a quantum physicist who works at Sorbonne University, Paris on the colours of minerals and gemstones, from infrared to x-rays waves. At Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique (Centre Pompidou), he studied the fractal nature of music.
In his talk, Brouder will compile and reconcile the results of his research and explore the colours of noise. Visitors will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of his presentation.