Astrophysics Seminars for Fall 2004

Past Astrophysics Seminars

Seminars are at 4:00 PM on Tuesdays. Seminars will be held in the conference room
on the second floor of Dearborn Observatory, unless otherwise noted

Sep. 2
Avi Loeb Harvard University Birth and Dynamics of Black Holes in Galaxies Fred Rasio
Sep. 23
Eric Ford University of California - Berkeley Extrasolar Planets: New Discoveries and Challenges Fred Rasio
Sep. 28 Andrey Kravtsov University of Chicago The Tumultuous Lives of Galactic Dwarfs and the Missing Satellites Problem Mel Ulmer
Oct. 5 Michael Rich UCLA The Galaxy Evolution Explorer: Results One Year After Launch Fred Rasio
Oct. 12 Tom Abel Stanford University The First Stars in our Universe Vicky Kalogera
Oct. 19 Leslie Looney University of Illinois Revealing the Youngest Circumstellar Disks: Hiding in the Dust Giles Novak
Nov. 2 Chris DePree Agnes Scott College Ultracompact HII Regions and the Origin of Broad Line Sources Farhad Zadeh
Nov. 9 Sara Ellison University of Victoria Dust and Metals in the Early Universe David Meyer
Nov. 16 Ingrid Stairs University of British Columbia Observing Relativistic Binary Pulsars Fred Rasio
Nov. 23 Michael Rupen NRAO Microquasars: Relativity for the Impatient Farhad Zadeh
Nov. 30 Daniel Proga University of Colorado How Outflows Reveal and Assist Accretion Onto Black Holes: Quasar Case Ron Taam

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