Astrophysics Seminars for Spring 2005

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

Mar. 29 Hannah Jang-Condell Carnegie Institution of Washington Illuminating Ideas in Planet Formation: Shadowing and Illumination in Protoplanetary Disks Craig Heinke
Apr. 7 *THURSDAY* Carlos Pena-Garay Institute for Advanced Study Neutrinos as Astrophysical Probes Andre de Gouvea
Apr. 12 Joe Patterson Columbia University Last Rites for Cataclysmic Variables Ron Taam
Apr. 21 *THURSDAY* Barry Barish California Institute of Technology Detecting Gravitational Waves with LIGO Farhad Zadeh
Apr. 26 Amaya Moro-Martin Princeton University Looking for Planets by their Dusty Fingerprints David Meyer & Fred Rasio
May 3 David Neufeld Johns Hopkins University The Molecular Universe Farhad Zadeh
May 10 Scott Ransom National Radio Astronomy Observatory Hittin' the Pulsar Jackpot in Cluster Terzan 5 with the Green Bank Telescope Fred Rasio
May 17 Benjamin McCall University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Chemistry of H3+ in the Diffuse Interstellar Medium David Meyer
May 24 Sera Markoff Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sgr A*'s Weakness is our Strength: Exploring Inflow/Outflow Around Starved Black Holes Vicky Kalogera
May 31 Rocky Kolb University of Chicago "Dark Energy" Mel Ulmer

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