CfA OIR Division Lunch Talks

Held from 12:30pm to 1:30pm in the Pratt Conference Room, PG-04, unless moved to Phillips Auditorium.
Click on the title for the abstract, the speaker for their home page or e-mail address.
The CfA Colloquium Schedule is also available.

6 Jan Dr. Daniel Kelson (Dept. Terrestrial Mag, Carnegie Inst. Wash.)
Galaxy Evolution in Clusters: The Past & Future
13 Jan No Talk Scheduled (AAS Meeting)
20 Jan Dr. Kris Stanek, Dr. Stephen Murray, Dr. Peter Young, et al., CfA
Selected Highlights from the 195th AAS Meeting in Atlanta
27 Jan Paul Groot, CfA
The accretion disk structure and emission line origin in the Cataclysmic Variable SW Sex
3 Feb Mr. Douglas Leonard (UC Berkeley)
The Geometry and Cosmological Utility of Supernovae
10 Feb Dr. Simon Portegies Zwart (Boston University)
Confronting Theory and Observations in the Evolution of Open Star Clusters
17 Feb Dr. Lutz Wisotzki (MIT/Hamburg)
Gravitational lenses in the Hamburg/ESO survey
24 Feb Mr. Alberto Bolatto (Boston University)
Submillimeter Observations of Metal-Poor Galaxies
2 Mar None
9 Mar Dr. Rafael Millan-Gabet (CfA)
The circumstellar environment of Herbig Ae/Be stars as seen by the IOTA
16 Mar Dr. Michael Kurtz and Douglas Mink (CfA)
Techniques for Multi-Fiber Spectroscopy
23 Mar Dr. Brian McNamara (CfA)
Star Formation Histories in Cluster Cooling Flows
30 Mar Dr. Jon A. Morse (University of Colorado)
Perspectives on NGST, SUVO, and Ground-based Science Goals and Instrumentation
6 Apr Mr. Saurabh Jha, CfA
Supernovae and the Hubble Constant
13 Apr Prof. James Elliot (MIT)
The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Magellan Instant Camera (MAGIC)
20 Apr Prof. John Salzer (Wesleyan)
First KISS - Preliminary Results from the KPNO International Spectroscopic Survey
27 Apr Prof. Gary Wegner (Dartmouth)
Studies of Peculiar Motions and Line Strengths of Early-type Galaxies
4 May Dr. Wesley Colley and Dr. Rudy Schild, CfA
More Q0957 Brightness Fluctuations; Time Delay, Microlensing, and Quasar Structure
11 May Dr. Jeremy Kepner, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Enabling Technologies for the National Virtual Observatory
18 May No Talk Scheduled (Cosmic Structures conference)
25 May Prof. Ata Sarajedini, Wesleyan
The Chemical Enrichment History of the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy

Held from 12:30pm to 1:30pm in the Pratt Conference Room, PG-04, unless moved to Phillips Auditorium.
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