OIR Events
Google calendar
   To sign up to give an OIR seminar, email either Mariska Kriek or Jay Strader
with your name, title of your talk, and the (unscheduled) date you want to give it.
We generally do not arrange OIR seminars outside of the regular schedule.
The current seminar schedule is below.
[ Here is information about places to stay when visiting]
 

These seminars are held on Wednesday from 11:00 am to noon in the Pratt Conference Room.
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.

28 January
Friday at noon
in Phillips Auditorium
Hui Dong (UMass/Amherst)
Investigating the star formation mode and history within the Galactic Center (GC)
04 February CANCELLED!
09 February Dr. Warren Brown (CfA)
Black Holes and Hypervelocity Stars
23 February Dr. Dave Patton (Trent University)
Evidence of Induced Star Formation
from the Optical Colours of SDSS Galaxy Pairs
02 March Dr. Anna Sajina (Tufts)
Spitzer Sources as Seen by Herschel
09 March Dr. Tom Megeath (University of Toledo)
Initial Results from the Herschel Orion Protostars Survey (HOPS)
16 March Dr. Jason Melbourne (Caltech)
The Contribution of Evolved Stars to the Near-IR Luminosities of Galaxies:
Implications for Stellar Mass Estimates of High Redshift Galaxies
23 March
3:30 pm
Phillips Auditorium
The Giant Magellan Telescope and Its Instruments
13 April
Start at 10:30!

The Future of the MMT
20 April Dr. Matt Walker (CfA)
Complexity in the Smallest Galaxies
26 April
12:30 pm, Room M-340
Dr. Jennifer Donley (STScI)
Are IR-Luminous AGN Triggered by Major Mergers?
27 April Dr. Ricardo Schiavon (Gemini)
The chemical composition of M31 globular clusters
4 May Dr. Rob Simcoe (MIT)
High Redshift Intergalactic Metal Abundance Measurements with Magellan / FIRE
11 May Dr. Ashley Zauderer (CfA)
An Analysis of the Host Environment of Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies
18 May Dr. Pieter van Dokkum (Yale)
The Remarkable History of Massive Galaxies
20 May 11:00am
Friday,Room M-340
(160 Concord Ave.)
Dr. Grant Williams (MMT Director)
MMT Observatory: The Directors Perspective
25 May Dr. Laurie Riguccini (CEA/Saclay)
Unveiling the dusty star formation history of the Universe at z~2
7 July
Thursday
160 Concord Ave.
Prof. Edward (Ned) L. Wright (UCLA)
Exploring the Universe with WISE
21 July
Thursday
160 Concord Ave.
Frank Heymann (University of Kentucky)
Observations and modeling of high redshift Radio Galaxies and Quasars

[Past OIR Events] [CfA Division Seminars] [CfA Colloquia] [CfA Calendar]

 
 

Section Photo