Astronomy Colloquium

The Astronomy Colloquium is a highlighted event featuring a guest speaker each week during the semester. 

Summer 2020

Day and Time: Mondays at 12:10 pm.
Location: Online
Event Contact: Mark Hayden
Colloquium Chairs: Dan Weisz (Summer 2020)

 

 

Upcoming Colloquium Schedule

Below is the Summer 2020 schedule; if you have any questions, please contact the speaker’s host, or one of the colloquium chairs.

 

Date Speaker (Institution) Title  Host
6/1

Vikram Ravi

(Caltech)

Towards the origins of fast radio bursts DeBoer
6/8

Alex Ji

(Carnegie Observatories)

Near-Field Cosmology with the Rapid Neutron-Capture Process
Weisz
6/15 Yuan Li (UC Berkeley) Supermassive Black Hole Feedback in Massive Galaxies and Clusters Quataert
6/22 Quinn Konopacky 

(UCSD)

Constraining Planet Formation with Spectroscopy of Direct Imaged Planets Lu
6/29 Carl Rodriguez

(Harvard / Carnegie Mellon)

How do you form a binary black hole? Margalit
7/6   NO TALK   
7/13

Todd Thompson

(Ohio State)

TBA

El-Badry

7/20

Keivan Stassun

(Vanderbilt)

Fundamental Stellar Astrophysics in the Gaia Era: A New Understanding of Local Stellar Populations Bloom
7/27

Vicky Kalogera

(Northwestern)

TBA   Lu