Astrophysics Seminars for Fall 2007

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

Oct. 2 Dr. Fritz Benedict University of Texas, Austin Astrometry with the Hubble Space Telescope - Parallaxes and Exoplanets Fred Rasio
Oct. 9 Dr. Saul Rappaport MIT Four Applications of Gravitational Lensing Vicky Kalogera
Oct. 16 Dr. Paul Goldsmith JPL Cold Atomic Hydrogen, Narrow Self-Absorption, and the Age of Molecular Clouds Giles Novak
Oct. 23 Dr. Ilya Mandel Caltech Testing the No-Hair Theorem with Gravitational-Wave Observations Vicky Kalogera
Oct. 30 Dr. Nick Scoville Caltech Large Scale Structures and Galaxy Evolution in the COSMOS Survey Giles Novak
Nov. 6 Dr. Sean Andrews Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Protoplanetary Disk Structure at High Resolution: A Glimpse at the Planet Formation Process Dave Meyer
Nov. 13 Dr. Alicia Soderberg Princeton A Radio View of the Connection between GRBs and SNe Fred Rasio
Nov. 20 Dr. Athol Kemball University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Near-Circumstellar Environment of Late-Type, Evolved Stars Doug Roberts
Nov. 27 Dr. Al Wootten NRAO ALMA: Moving Beyond First Fringes to Transformative Science Farhad Zadeh
Dec. 4 Dr. Aaron Chou New York University Correlation of the Highest Energy Cosmic Rays with Nearby Extra-Galactic Objects André de Gouvêa