OIR Events
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   To sign up to give an OIR seminar, email Ivana Damjanov or Trent Dupuy
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.

29 January Jonathan Fraine (University of Maryland/Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Clouds and Haze in the Atmosphere of the Super-Earth Gj1214b Using Spitzer Space Telescope
5 March Ori Fox (U.C.Berkeley)
Constraining Supernova Progenitors That We Never Saw
26 March Chao-Ling Hung (IfA UH, SAO)
Lesser role of mergers in high-z IR-luminous galaxies?
23 April Vikram Dwarkadas (University of Chicago)
The X-ray Emission From Young Supernovae as a Probe of their Progenitors
30 April John Bochanski (Haverford College)
The Most Distant Stars in the Galaxy
07 May Nicholas McConnell (IfA, University of Hawaii)
Puzzles in Massive Galaxy Assembly
04 June Adi Zitrin (Hubble Fellow, Caltech)
Strong and Weak Lensing with HST: Review and Recent Advancements
06 June
Friday, 2:00 pm!
Grant Williams, MMT Observatory Director
MMT Activities and Plans
27 June
Friday, 12:30 pm!
Room M340, 160 Concord Ave.
Daniel Stern (JPL, Pasadena)
Surprising New Insights into Quasars from the WISE Satellite

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