SEMINAR IN EXTRAGALACTIC ASTRONOMY
Astronomy 386S - Fall 2010
Th 3:30 · RLM 15.216B · Unique No. 47800

Professor

Derek Wills · RLM 13.136 · TBA · (512) 471-1392 · email

Overlapping Galaxies [NASA, ESA, STScI/AURA]

Schedule

Date

Speaker

Title


Aug 26

Derek Wills

University of Texas at Austin

Organizational Meeting.


Sep 02

Julie Comerford

University of Texas at Austin

"Dual Supermassive Black Holes: The Middle Ground between Galaxy Mergers and Black Hole Mergers"


Sep 09

Jenny Greene

University of Texas at Austin

"Current Research and Interests"


Sep 16

David Ballantyne

Georgia Institute of Technology

"Connecting Star Formation, Galaxy Evolution and the X-ray Background"
abstract


Sep 23

Joshua Adams

University of Texas at Austin

"A New z=0 Metagalactic UV Background Limit"


Sep 30

Amanda Heiderman

University of Texas at Austin

"The Star Formation Rate and Gas Surface Density Relation in the Milky Way: Implications for Extragalactic Studies"
abstract


Oct 07

 

 

No talk scheduled.


Oct 14

John Barentine

University of Texas at Austin

"The 21 cm High Velocity Clouds, Dark Matter Minihaloes, and the Lowest-Mass Dwarf Galaxies: A Continuum, or Distinct Phenomena?"
abstract


Oct 21

Jeremy Murphy

University of Texas at Austin

"A Galactic Chemistry Chalk Talk"


Oct 28

Robin Ciardullo

Penn State University

"The Structure and Kinematics of Galactic Disks"


Nov 04

Gurtina Besla

Harvard University

"Simulations of the Magellanic Stream in a First Infall Scenario"
abstract


Nov 11

Tim Weinzirl

University of Texas at Austin

"Massive Galaxies at z = 2-3: A Large Populationof Disky Star-Forming Systems?"


Nov 18

Sherry Suyu

University of California, Santa Barbara

Texas Cosmology Center Presentation: "Exploring the Dark Universe with Gravitational Lensing"
abstract


Nov 25

 

Thanksgiving Holiday. No talk scheduled.


Dec 02

Linda Strubbe

University of California, Berkeley

(host: Jenny Greene) "Electromagnetic Flares from the Tidal Disruption of Stars by Massive Black Holes"
abstract