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Colloquia: Spring 2011




* 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.

Contact: Fabio Bresolin

Maintained by FB
The IfA Colloquia are kindly sponsored by the Friends of the IfA.
DATE SPEAKER INSTITUTE TYPE* TITLE HOST
Wed
19
Jan
Jessica Lu Caltech C Clarifying our View of Star Formation in Extreme Environments with Adaptive Optics Mike Liu
Wed
26
Jan
Norio Narita NAOJ C Aligned, tilted, retrograde exoplanets and their migration mechanisms Eric Gaidos
Wed
2
Feb
Thomas Greve Dark Cosmology Centre C The nature of the newly discovered population of extremely bright submillimeter galaxies Caitlin Casey
Wed
9
Feb
Kartik Sheth NRAO/NAASC C The Starring Role of Bars in Understanding Galaxy Evolution: Results from S4G, COSMOS, DEEP2 and AEGIS Jonathan Williams
Wed
16
Feb
Eric Agol University of Washington C New techniques for studying extrasolar planets Eric Gaidos
Wed
23
Feb
Mark Chun IfA C The atmosphere above Mauna Kea: all you wanted to know and dealing with the unknown unknowns Mike Liu
Wed
2
Mar
Marusa Bradac UC Davis C Dark Matter and First Galaxies Light Up Haral Ebeling
Tue
8
Mar
Stefan Gottloeber Astrophysical Institute Potsdam C Near field cosmology with CLUES (Constrained Local UniversE Simulations) Helene Courtois
Wed
16
Mar
Matt Malkan UCLA C New Observational Approaches to Galaxy Evolution Surveys Tomo Goto
Wed
23
Mar
Richard Mushotzky University of Maryland C Recent Results from the Swift BAT Very Hard X-ray Survey Dave Sanders
Wed
30
Mar
David Sobral IfA Edinburgh C The Star-formation History of the Universe and its Drivers in the Last 11 Gyrs Tomo Goto
Wed
6
Apr
Steven Businger SOEST C The Mauna Kea Weather Center: Custom Atmospheric Forecasting Support for Mauna Kea Fabio Bresolin
Wed
13
Apr
Joss Bland-Hawthorn Sydney Institute for Astronomy C The HERMES project - reconstructing the ancient Galaxy Lisa Kewley
Mon
18
Apr
Stephane Courteau Queen's University C The Luminosity Profile of the Andromeda Galaxy Brent Tully
Wed
20
Apr
Massimo Stiavelli STScI C Observing the epoch of reionization with the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescopes Fabio Bresolin
Mon
25
Apr
Jonathan Trump UC Santa Cruz C Not all AGNs are created equal:
How galaxies feed and obscure their SMBHs.
Dave Sanders
Wed
4
May
Bo Reipurth IfA C The Dynamical Evolution of Newborn Triple Systems
Fri
13
May
William Borucki NASA Ames C Kepler Mission: An Overview of Science Results Mike Liu
Wed
18
May
Lisa Hunter IfA C Enhancing the professional skills of graduate students and postdocs
Mon
23
May
Scott Chapman IoA Cambridge C Point sources in the South Pole Telescope 2000sq deg survey: characterizing the dusty starforming galaxies Caitlin Casey
Wed
1
Jun
Masa Imanishi Subaru C Luminous buried AGNs and the AGN-starburst connections in the local universe Tomo Goto