UNM Center for Astrophysics Research and Technologies Seminar 2017-18
Talks are 2pm on Thursdays unless otherwise *noted. Lunch with the
speaker at a nearby restaurant will precede the talk. The venue for
the talks is room 190 in PandA (building 207 on
the central campus map), located at 800 Yale Blvd (see directions below).
Aug 24 Various, "Tales of the Eclipse"
Aug 31 no talk scheduled
Sep 7 Megan Lewis (UNM) "Imaging Subsurface Rock using Gravity Measurements"
Sep 14 Mark Gorski (UNM) "Molecular Tracers of Star Formation Feedback in Nearby Galaxies"
Sep 21 Joe Malins (UNM) "Measurements and Models of Ionospheric Faraday Rotation"
Sep 28 Luke Hindson (Univ of Hertfordshire) "Results from the GaLactic and Extragalactic All-sky MWA Survey"
Oct 5 Michael Stroh (UNM) "The BAaDE project and the relative strengths of 43 GHz and 86 GHz SiO maser lines"
Oct 12 Fall Break, no talk scheduled
Oct 19 Karishma Bansal (UNM) "Supermassive black hole binaries and Pulsars as a tool to detect them"
Oct 26 Raghvendra Sahai (JPL) "Free-floating Evaporating Gaseous Globules (frEGGS)"
Nov 2 Adam Ginsburg (NRAO) "High-Mass Star and Cluster Formation in the Galaxy"
Nov 9 Don Neidig (AFRL/retired) What Astronomers Might Want to Know about Global Warming
Nov 16 Samantha Wallace (UNM) "Solar Wind Acceleration in the Open Field Corona"
Nov 23 Thanksgiving, no talk scheduled
Nov 30 Mike Rich (UCLA) "New Results on the Galactic Bulge: A Complex Stellar Population"
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Jan 18 Taylor et al. (UNM) "News from URSI and AAS"
Jan 25 Francis Cyr-Racine (Harvard) "TBD"
Feb 8 Katie Richardson (Heinrich) "TBD"
Feb 15 NUPAC/CART special time 3:30pm
Feb 22 NUPAC/CART special time 3:30pm
Mar 15 Spring Break
Apr 12 Eddie Hilburn (UNM) "TBD"
Apr 19 Chris DiLullo (UNM) "TBD"
Apr 26 Tim Braun (UNM) "TBD"
Directions and Parking: if coming from I25 (either direction), exit at
Lomas and go East (toward the mountains) past University, the next
light is Yale. Turn left (North) on Yale and then bear right through our
lovely new traffic circle to end up heading East again, but take the
first right into the parking lot. Park at any non-metered space and
then go into the front office and get a parking pass (just mention
that you are visiting Greg Taylor for the day) - go back outside and
display the permit from your rearview mirror. If you can't find
parking in our little lot, you can always find parking places
on the other side of Yale. To get there go back to the traffic
circle, take the west exit and then your first left into the parking lot.
See also the PandA Events Calendar Center for Astrophysics Research and Technologies Seminar Series.
Talks listed here with titles still TBD may not yet appear in the
Jan 18 Greg Taylor
Jan 25 John & Lanie Dickel
Feb 1 no talk?
Feb 8 Tim Braun
Feb 15 Chris DiLullo
Feb 22 Peter Sinclair
Mar 1 Jayce Dowell
Mar 8 no talk?
Mar 15 Spring Break
Mar 22 Seth Bruzewski
Mar 29 Kayla Mitchell
Apr 5 Savin Varghese
Apr 12 Karishma Bansal
Apr 19 Joe Malins
Apr 26 Michael Stroh
Instructions: (1) Buy snacks in cash. (2) Give receipts totaling less than
$20 to Greg, and get cash back. (3) Bring snacks to talk.