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Colloquia 
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* C = Colloquium
   L = Lunchtime Seminar

Colloquia are held in the IfA Auditorium at 3:30 pm, with refreshments served at 3:15 pm, unless otherwise noted. Lunch talks are usually held in the IfA Auditorium at 12:30 pm. e-mail: Dave Sanders
             (Colloquium Chair) 


Colloquia: Spring 2000

DATE SPEAKER INSTITUTE TYPE* TITLE
Tues 4/1/00 Pat Hall U. Toronto L The CNOC2 Menagerie
Mon 1/10/00 Allesandro Morbidelli Univ of Nice C New Clues to the Primordial Evolution of the Solar System
Thu 1/13/00 Fred Walter SUNY C The Isolated Neutron Star RX J185635-3754: Everything you ever wanted to know about neutron stars?
Fri 1/14/00 Gene Capriotti Michigan State C Relative Effects of Photoionization and Stellar Winds
on the Structure and Dynamics of Gaseous Nebulae
Fri 1/21/00 Tony Tyson Bell Labs C Cosmic Reality Check: Precision Cosmology from Gravitational Lensing Surveys
Tue 1/25/00 Mike Brown U. Melbourne L The Clustering of Colour Selected Galaxies
Thu 1/27/00 Kurt Adelberger Caltech L Star Formation and Structure Formation at 1<z<3
Fri 1/28/00 Paul Schechter MIT C Fermat's Principle, Gravitational Mirages, and Hubble's constant
Mon 1/31/00 Dmitri Pogosyan CITA C Cosmic Structure on Large and Small Scales
Fri 2/4/00 Wil van Breugel IGPP Lawrence Livermore C High Redshift Radio Galaxies
Mon 2/7/00 Jeremiah Ostriker Princeton C Development of Structures in the Universe: Simulations Vs. the Real World
Fri 2/11/00 Istvan Szapudi CITA C The Distribution of Galaxies in the Universe
Mon 2/14/00 Rolf Kudritzki U. Munich C Extragalactic Stellar Astronomy
Wed 2/16/00 Amy Barger IfA C Resolving the Extragalactic Submillimeter and X-ray Backgrounds
Fri 2/18/00 Martin Haehnelt MPA-Garching C Cosmology with the Lyman Alpha Forest
Fri 2/25/00 Scott Trager OCIW C The Timescales of Galaxy Formation: The Stellar Evidence
Mon 2/28/00 Neal Katz U. Mass. C Simulations of Galaxy Formation in Cold Dark Matter Models
Fri 3/3/00 Lori Lubin Caltech C Charting Cluster Evolution since z ~ 1
Mon 3/6/00 Jeremy Mould Mt Stromlo C Next Steps in Observational Cosmology
2:30pm Tue 3/7/00 Gus Evrard U. Michigan C Galaxy/ X-ray/ Dark Matter Clusters: Laboratories for Galaxy Formation and Cosmology
Wed 3/8/00 Harald Ebeling IfA C X-Ray Vision: The Large-Scale Distribution and Evolution of Galaxy Clusters
1:30 Friday 3/10/00 Kevin Luhman Harvard C The Initial Mass Function of Low-Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs
Tue 3/21/00 Joao Alves ESO C Seeing the Light Through the Dark: Infrared Dust Extinction and the Structure of Molecular Clouds
Wed 3/22/00 Charles Beichman JPL C The Search for Habitable Planets Beyond the Solar System
3/31/00 Vince Mannings JPL C Disk Evolution and the Origin of Planets
4/7/00 Eduardo Martin Caltech C Observational Clues to the Origins of SUMOs, Low-Mass Stars and Black Holes
Thu 4/20/00 Ann Hornschemeier Penn State L First Results from a Deep Chandra Observation of the Hubble Deep Field North
Thu 5/4/00 Henry McCracken Laboratoire d'Astronomie Spatiale, Marseille L Investigating Field Galaxy Evolution with Ultra-deep Wide-angle Imaging Surveys
Mon 5/8/00 Bobby Bus MIT L Compositional Structure in the Asteroid Belt
Wed 5/10/00 Deborah Padgett IPAC/Caltech L HST Snapshot Survey of T Tauri Stars
Fri 5/12/00 John Hinrichs Planetary Geosciences/HIGP L Temperature Dependence of the Intrinsic Near-IR Spectral Properties of Meteorites and Lunar Soils
Thu 5/11/00 Herve Dole Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Orsay L Galaxy Evolution and Cosmic Background as seen in the Infrared with ISO
Tue 6/13/00 Takuya Yamashita Subaru Observatory L Subaru Instrument Status
Fri 7/28/00 Hans Peter Röser German Aero Space Center C Airborne Astronomy and Quantum Effects



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