OIR Events
 

These seminars are held from 12:30 to 1:30 pm in the Pratt Conference Room, PG-04, unless moved to Phillips Auditorium, where they will usually run from 1:00 to 2:00 pm.
Click on the title for the abstract or the speaker's name for their home page.
The CfA Colloquium Schedule is also available, as well as links to other CfA events.

14 February Dr. Dimitra Rigopoulou (Oxford)
Infrared Astronomy: What next?
21 February Ms. Maureen Conroy (CfA)
Piping Hot: Megacam Data Fresh From the Cluster
6 March Dr. Michael Meyer (Steward Observatory)
My GMT: Observing the Origins of Stars, Planets, and Life with 2020 Vision
13 March Dr. Guillermo Torres (CfA)
Toward a Homogeneous Set of Transiting Planet Parameters
27 March Dr. Stephane Blondin (CfA)
Time Dilation in Type Ia Supernova Spectra at High Redshift
03 April Dr. Nelson Caldwell (CfA)
The Children of Andromeda
10 April Cancelled
17 April Dr. Ken Rines (CfA)
Hectospec Cluster Observations
24 April Dr. Federica Bianco (CfA)
Chasing Shadows: Occultation Surveys of the Outer Solar System
1 May Dr. Karen Masters (CfA)
Mapping Mass in the Local Universe
7 May
Pratt 11:00 am
Wednesday
Dr. Bruno Guiderdoni (Observatory of Lyon)
Modelling Hierarchical Galaxy Formation with GalICS
8 May Dr. Stephane Courteau (Queens University)
Puzzles in Galaxy Scaling Relations
13 May
Phillips 2:00 pm
Tuesday
Prof. Timothy Beers (MSU)
The Nature of the Galactic Halo as Revealed by SDSS/SEGUE
15 May Dr. Lisa Kaltenegger (CfA)
Assembling the Puzzle: From Earths and Super-Earths
22 May Dr. Greg Sloan (Cornell)
Dust Production in Primordial Systems:
The View From the Spitzer Space Telescope
29 May Dr. Rudy Schild (CfA)
Why are some quasars radio sources?
10 July Mr. Frank Heymann (ESO)
Possible Cluster Around 3C 270.1
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.

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