Spring/Summer 2022
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Colloquia: Spring/Summer 2022


NOTE: colloquia with dates in red are not at the regular times

DATE SPEAKER INSTITUTE TITLE HOST
Wed
Jan 26
11:45am
Susmita AdhikariKICP Associate Fellow, University of Chicago The Universe from the Edge of the Dark Matter Halo E. Baxter
Wed
Feb 2
11:45am
Thales GutckeHubble Fellow, Princeton University LYRA: Dwarf galaxies on small scales in a cosmological context E. Baxter
Wed
Feb 9
11:45am
Rob JedickeUH IfA First Steps on the Path to Asteroid Mining L. Denneau
Wed
Feb 16
11:45am
Brent TullyUH IfA Galaxy Flows Within 8,000 km/s from Numerical Action Methods J. Tonry
Wed
Feb 23
11:45am
Eva LillyPlanetary Science Institute The Secret Lives of Centaurs: Unveiling the Activity Triggers Beyond 5.2au R. Jedicke
Wed
Mar 2
11:45am
Bin ChenNew Jersey Institute of Technology Probing the "Central Engine" of Solar Flares: Recent Insights from Broadband Radio Imaging Spectroscopy X. Sun
Fri
Mar 4
11:30am
IfA CommunityUniversity of Hawaiʻi One-Minute Colloquium E. Magnier
Wed
Mar 9
11:45am
Peter MelchiorPrinceton University The Data Revolution in Astrophysics X. Sun
Wed
Mar 16
11:45am
---- SPRING BREAK - no colloquium this week --
Wed
Mar 23
11:45am
Guðmundur StefánssonHenry Norris Russell Fellow, Princeton University Pathways to Detecting and Characterizing Rocky Habitable Planets M. Bottom
Wed
Mar 30
11:45am
David JonesUCSC If the SH0ES Fit: Searching for New Physics with Local Measurements of the Hubble Constant B. Shappee
Wed
Apr 6
11:45am
Miguel NunesHawaii Space Flight Laboratory (UH) Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory–Space Mission Development Capability at the University of Hawaii M. Bottom
Wed
Apr 13
11:45am
David NatafJohns Hopkins University On the Milky Way's Extinction Curve and Oldest Stellar Populations B. Shappee
Wed
Apr 20
11:45am
Jamie BockCaltech/JPL SPHEREx: An All-sky Infrared Spectral Survey Explorer Satellite M. Bottom
Wed
Apr 27
11:45am
Garrett LevineYale University Connecting Interstellar Small Bodies to Planet Formation R. Jedicke
Wed
May 4
11:45am
David RubinUH P&A Updating Bayesian Analyses for Supernova Cosmology with the SNfactory Sample I. Szapudi
Wed
May 18
11:45am
Eve VavagiakisCornell University Cosmology and galaxy clusters with the Atacama Cosmology Telescope, Simons Observatory, and CCAT-prime E. Baxter
Wed
May 25
11:45am
Robyn SandersonUPenn Dynamical Tests of Dark Matter and Galaxy Formation Theories in the Milky Way D. Huber
Wed
Jun 1
11:45am
Takashi MoriyaNAOJ Hunting for high-redshift supernovae with Subaru and upcoming near-infrared wide-field telescopes C. Ashall
Wed
Jun 8
11:45am
Sukanya ChakrabartiRIT Towards precision measurements of dark matter D. Huber
Wed
Jun 15
11:45am
Paul CassakWest Virginia University A New Generalization of Thermodynamics for Heliospheric and
Astrophysical Systems—What It Is and Why It Is Needed
C. Haggerty
Wed
Jun 29
11:45am
Alessandro MorbidelliObservatoire de la Côte d'Azur Planet formation and evolution: Key processes to understand the diversity of planetary systems R. Jedicke