2017 - 2018 Astro Seminar Schedule

DateEvent TypeSpeakerTitle
09/08/2017Astro SeminarMarcel SchmittfullFundamental physics from the nonlinear Universe [ + Description ]
09/15/2017Astro SeminarNicholas BattagliaLarge-Scale Structure Information Encoded in CMB Photons [ + Description ]
09/22/2017Astro SeminarVivian PoulinCosmological signatures of exotic electromagnetic energy injection [ + Description ]
09/29/2017Astro SeminarTjitske StarkenburgThe diverse history of counterrotating galaxies [ + Description ]
10/06/2017Astro SeminarMansi KasliwalThe Dynamic Infrared Sky [ + Description ]
10/20/2017Astro SeminarJulie ComerfordAGN Fueling and Feedback in Galaxies [ + Description ]
10/27/2017Astro SeminarRenee HlozekNew cosmology with small-scale CMB data: ultra light dark matter, isocurvature and cosmic voids [ + Description ]
11/03/2017Astro SeminarJames PeeblesA Tale of Two Theories: Missing Mass in 1980 and Galaxy Formation Today [ + Description ]
11/10/2017Astro SeminarMatias ZaldarriagaThe spin of the black holes detected by LIGO [ + Description ]
11/17/2017Astro SeminarSarah PearsonThe Milky Way’s Galactic bar can punch holes in stellar streams [ + Description ]
12/01/2017Astro SeminarVera GluscevicDark matter: Searches in the lab and the sky [ + Description ]
01/17/2018Astro Seminar [ + Description ]
01/17/2018Astro SeminarOlivier DelignyTowards locating the ultra-high energy cosmic ray accelerators [ + Description ]
01/23/2018Astro SeminarMarilena LoverdeNeutrinos, Quintessence and Structure Formation in the Universe [ + Description ]
01/30/2018Astro SeminarJennifer BarnesWelcome to the multi-messenger era: a report on the first binary neutron star merger detection [ + Description ]
02/06/2018Astro SeminarPhil ArmitageTidal disruption at home and abroad [ + Description ]
02/13/2018Astro SeminarRyan FoleyDiscovery of the First Electromagnetic Counterpart to a Gravitational Wave Source [ + Description ]
02/20/2018Astro SeminarViviana AcquavivaUnderstanding the Universe through distant galaxies [ + Description ]
02/27/2018Astro SeminarChiara MingarelliInsights into Supermassive Black Hole Mergers, Stalling and Demographics with Pulsar Timing Arrays [ + Description ]
03/06/2018Astro SeminarChang FengMeasuring the Universe at microwave, infrared and gamma-ray wavelengths [ + Description ]
03/13/2018Astro SeminarNo Astro Seminar (spring break) [ + Description ]
03/20/2018Astro SeminarLina NecibEmpirical Determination of the Dark Matter Velocity Distribution [ + Description ]
03/27/2018Astro SeminarJackie FahertyBrown Dwarfs Reveal Exoplanet Secrets [ + Description ]
04/03/2018Astro SeminarChris HaywardStarbursts, outflows, and the emergence of disk galaxies [ + Description ]
04/10/2018Astro SeminarNo Astro Seminar (Big Apple Colloquium) [ + Description ]
04/10/2018Big Apple ColloquiumJulianne DalcantonTba [ + Description ]
04/17/2018Astro SeminarIlsedore CleevesX-ray Driven Time Domain Astrochemistry in Protoplanetary Disks [ + Description ]
04/24/2018Astro SeminarFederica BiancoAre we ready for LSST? [ -- Description ]

Description: Identified as a national scientific priority by the decadal survey and many other scientific panels, the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope 10-year survey about to begin may address some of the most pressing open questions in astronomy and fundamental physics. Furthermore, continuing a tradition as old as science itself, this astronomical experiment may represent a milestone in science, data-science and data-driven scientific inference. Are we ready? As the LSST Science Collaborations Coordinator, and chair of the Transient and Variable Stars Science Collaboration, I will review the current state of LSST, and the describe the opportunities for scientists to get involved and contribute to making this a truly revolutionary adventure. (2:00 PM, 726 Broadway, 940, CCPP Seminar)
05/01/2018Astro SeminarBen FarrThe Compact Binary Census after LIGO/Virgo's Second Observing Run [ + Description ]
05/08/2018Astro SeminarKate RowlandsCaught in the act: charting galaxy transformation over cosmic time [ + Description ]

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