CfA Events Calendar

Week of October 13 through October 19, 2019

Tuesday, October 15

12:00 pm: Galaxies and Cosmology Seminar (Phillips Auditorium)
Chad Bustard (University of Wisconsin): "Cosmic Ray Driven Outflows from the LMC: A Case-Study in the Galaxy Gas Cycle"
Anowar Shajib (UCLA): "Increased Hubble tension with a new measurement of the Hubble constant using strong lensing"

12:00 pm: Galaxies and Cosmology Seminar (Phillips Auditorium)
Chad Bustard (University of Wisconsin, Madison): "10/15/2019"

Wednesday, October 16

12:30 pm: High Energy Phenomena Seminar (Phillips Auditorium) Pizza will be served at 12:20
Nazma Islam (CfA): "X-ray Galaxy Atlas Project"
Andreas Zezas (University of Crete): "Characterization and demographics of X-ray binaries in nearby galaxies"

4:30 pm: Joint Quantum Sciences Colloquium (Jefferson 250)
Alexandra Boltasseva (Purdue): "10/16/2019"

Thursday, October 17

11:00 am: ITC Colloquium (Pratt)
Ruth Angus (AMNH): "The ages of stars"

12:30 pm: ITC Luncheon (Phillips Auditorium) The 2018-2019 ITC luncheons are sponsored by a generous donation from ITC senior faculty member Dr. Eric Keto.
Ashley Villar (CfA): "A Semisupervised Approach to Supernova Classification and Anomaly Detection"
Grant Kennedy (Warwick): "A circumbinary protoplanetary disk in a polar configuration"
Ruth Angus (AMNH): "Stellar rotation with TESS"
Alain Dupas: "Space macroengineering and the future of humankind"

4:00 pm: CfA Colloquium (Phillips Auditorium) Tea and cookies will be served at 3:30
Grant Kennedy: "The comets that orbit other stars"

Friday, October 18

12:00 pm: Stars and Planets Seminar (Pratt Conference Room) Note special Friday date due to holiday. Seminar has been relocated to Pratt.
Marissa Weichman (Colorado): "Rovibrational Quantum State Resolution of the C60 Fullerene"
Raquel Martinez (Texas): "Searching for Wide Companions and Identifying Circum(sub)stellar Disks through PSF-Fitting of Spitzer/IRAC Archival Data"

12:30 pm: SMA Seminar Series (Room M-340, 160 Concord Avenue)
Maite Beltrán (Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory): "Resolving the Hourglass Magnetic Field in G31.41+0.31"