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OIR Lunch Talks, Spring 2002
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.
Highlights of the 199th Meeting of the AAS
Dr. Xiaohui Fan (IAS/Princeton)
Probing the Cosmic Evolution with High-redshift Quasars
Dr. Dan Fabricant (CfA)
Open Discussion of the Future of Large Telescopes -- At CfA?
Prof. Larry Marschall (Gettysburg College)
The EVO: A Virtual Educational Observatory
Dr. Marc Kuchner (CfA)
Finding Extrasolar Planets Using A Coronagraph With a Band-Limited Mask
Dr. John Trauger (JPL)
Direct Imaging of Nearby Planetary Systems - Possible in this Decade?
Dr. Robert Mathieu (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
The Star Formation History of the lambda Orionis Association
Dr. Brian Chaboyer (Dartmouth College)
|28 March||Steve Strom and Larry Stepp, NOAO)
Planning a Giant Segmented Mirror Telescope
Dr. David Latham (CfA)
Rotation in Giants - A New Way To Search for Extrasolar Planets?
Prof. K. Z. Stanek (CfA)
GRBs Follow-up at the CfA
Prof. Tereasa Brainerd (Boston University)
Galaxy-Galaxy Lensing: THE Tool For Constraining Galaxy Evolution (?)
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