COSMOS SEMINAR
Astronomy 383L - Spring 2010
W 3:30 · RLM 15.216B · Unique No. 49105

Professor

Neal Evans · RLM 15.214 · · (512) 471-3302 · email

The Colors of IC 1795 [Don Goldman]

Schedule

Date

Speaker

Title


Jan 20

Ruud Visser

Leiden Observatory,
Netherlands

"Chemical Evolution from Pre-Stellar Cores to Circumstellar Disks"
abstract


Jan 27

 

No talk scheduled.


Feb 3

 

 

No talk scheduled.


Feb 10

Jonas Zmuidzinas

California Institute of Technology

"Surveying the Submillimeter Universe with CCAT (Cerro Chajnantor Atacama Telescope)"
abstract


Feb 17

Angela Speck

University of Missouri, Columbia

"How People Learn - Applications to College Science Teaching and Outreach"


Feb 24

Andrew Blain

California Institute of Technology

"Discovering and Understanding the Most Luminous Galaxies", visiting: Feb 23-25.
abstract


Mar 3

Elise Furlan

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Beatrice M. Tinsley Visiting Scholar (ISM Group)

"Disk Evolution and Dissipation at an Age of a few Myr", visiting: March 2-6.
abstract


Mar 10

 

No talk scheduled, to avoid conflict with: "The First Stars and Galaxies: Challenges for the Next Decade" conference. Seminar attendees are encouraged to attend this conference, being held at the AT&T Conference Center, on March 8-11, 2010.


Mar 17

Andreas Pawlik

University of Texas at Austin

"Simulating Reionization"
abstract


Mar 24

Pat McCarthy and Matt Johns

Director and Project Manager for the GMT

Special Colloquium (10:30-11:30 a.m.): "Current Progress with GMT"


Mar 24

Jennifer Johnson

Ohio State University, Tinsley Scholar

"When the Stars Align: Microlensed Main-Sequence Stars and a New View of the Galactic Bulge"
abstract


Mar 31

 

No talk scheduled.


Apr 07

 

 

No talk scheduled.


Apr 14

Alyson Brooks

California Institute of Technology, Beatrice M. Tinsley Visiting Scholar (Exgal Group)

"The Role of Gas in the Evolution of Disk Galaxies"
abstract


Apr 21

Joshua Winn

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Beatrice M. Tinsley Visiting Scholar (Planetary Group)

"Exoplanets and their Odd Orbital Orientations"
abstract


Apr 28

 

No talk scheduled.


May 5

Paul Robertson

University of Texas at Austin

PhD Qualifying Exam (2nd Year Defense): "M Dwarf Planets: Detection and Statistics"