The Astronomy Colloquium is a highlighted event featuring a guest speaker each week during the semester.
Day and Time: Mondays at 12:10 pm.
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.
|Towards the origins of fast radio bursts||DeBoer|
|6/15||Yuan Li (UC Berkeley)||Supermassive Black Hole Feedback in Massive Galaxies and Clusters||Quataert|
|Constraining Planet Formation with Spectroscopy of Direct Imaged Planets||Lu|
(Harvard / Carnegie Mellon)
|How do you form a binary black hole?||Margalit|
|Fundamental Stellar Astrophysics in the Gaia Era: A New Understanding of Local Stellar Populations||Bloom|
|Gravitational-Wave Astronomy Five Years Since the First Detection: Astrophysical Populations, Surprises, and Future Outlook||Lu|