UNM Center for Astrophysics Research and Technologies Seminar 2018-19
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 30 James Kent (Cambridge) "Introducing Fast Direct Imaging in Radio Astronomy: EPIC"
Sep 6 Michael Stroh (UNM) "ALMA BAaDE survey data analysis: detection rates and possible biases"
Sep 13 Megan Lewis (UNM) "BAaDE's perspective on populations of evolved stars in the Galaxy"
Sep 20 Ken Obenberger (AFRL) "Using the LWA Radio Telescope to Observe the Ionosphere"
Oct 4 Karishma Bansal (UNM) "A Study of Scattering in Pulsars below 100 MHz"
Oct 11 Fall Break, no talk scheduled
Oct 18 no talk scheduled
Oct 25 Kristine Spekkens (RMC/Queen's College) "Atomic Gas as a Cosmological Probe in Nearby Dwarf Galaxies"
Nov 1 Brian Svobodo (NRAO) "Making Stars"
Nov 8 Tim Braun (UNM) "Using Radio Continuum Observations to Study Why Gaseous Halos Lag"
Nov 15 Joe Malins (UNM) "Studying the Ionosphere using Lightning as a Signal of Opportunity"
Nov 22 Thanksgiving, no talk scheduled
Nov 29 Peter Barnes (UFL) "New Demographic Insights into Massive Star and Cluster Formation"
Jan 17 Greg Taylor, et al. "News from URSI and AAS"
Feb 14 Savin Varghese (UNM) "Meteoritic Candidacy Talk"
Feb 21 Mark Morris (UCLA) "TBD"
Mar 7 Diana Dragomir (UNM) "TBD"
Mar 14 Spring Break
Mar 21 Samantha Wallace (UNM) "TBD"
Mar 28 Leonid Petrov (NASA) "TBD"
Apr 4 Chris DiLullo (UNM) "TBD"
Apr 11 Anthea Coster (MIT) "TBD"
Apr 25 Anna Kapinska (NRAO) "The neighbourhoods and lifecycles of radio galaxies"
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
Instructions: (1) Buy snacks in cash. (2) Give receipts totaling less than
$20 to Greg, and get cash back. (3) Bring snacks to talk.