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SEMINAR IN EXTRAGALACTIC ASTRONOMY
Astronomy 386S - Fall 2005
Th 3:30-4:30 · RLM 15.216B · Unique No. 48470


AM 0644-741

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John Kormendy

Office: RLM 15.326
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Phone: (512) 471-8191
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Date
Speaker
Title
9/1
 
Organizational Meeting
9/8
Beverly Wills   
How to Find Dusty Ionized Gas - An Important Component of AGNs
9/15
Niv Drory   
Masses, Ages, and Star Formation Rates of Galaxies as a Function of Redshift
9/22
Eva Noyola   
Intermediate Mass Black Holes in Star Clusters: Are They There?
9/29
TBD
 
10/6
Robert Quimby   
Supernovae and Gamma-Ray Bursts: Results from ROTSE-III and the HET
10/13
Irina Marinova
Jounal Club: "The Distribution of Bar and Spiral Arm Strengths in Disk Galaxies" Buta et al. (2005)
10/20
Eric Gawiser   
Yale University
The MUSYC Census of Protogalaxies at z =3
10/27
Amanda Bauer   
Journal Club: "The Formation History of Elliptical Galaxies," by G. De Lucia, V. Springel, S. White, D. Crouton and G. Kauffmann (astro-ph/0509725)
11/3
Fabio Barazza   
Studying distant dwarf galaxies with GEMS and SDSS
11/10
Amy Forestell   
The Dark Halo in NGC 821: Axisymmetric Orbit-based Dynamical Models Based on Kinematic Data from the HET
11/17
Jenny Greene   
The Growth of Black Holes: From Primordial Seeds to Local Demographics
11/24
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
 
12/1
Joe Tufts
PhD Thesis Defense Talk
Near-IR Multi-object Spectroscopy for Observational Cosmology
12/8
David Fisher
Early Results on Brightness Profile Shapes and Star Formation in Pseudobulges
12/15
Dr. Daisuke Kawata
Carnegie Observatory
Multi-Wavelength Studies of the Galaxy Formation with GCD+
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