CfA Events Calendar

Week of November 10 through November 16, 2019

Monday, November 11

12:00 pm: Galaxies and Cosmology Seminar (Phillips Auditorium)
Kareem El-Badry (UC Berkeley): "11/05/2019"

Tuesday, November 12

12:00 pm: Galaxies and Cosmology Seminar (Phillips Auditorium)
Kirk Barrow (Stanford): "Blue Galaxies: Modeling Nebular He II Emission in High Redshift Galaxies"
Maya Fishbach (Chicago): "Cosmology with Gravitational-Wave Standard Sirens"

12:00 pm: Galaxies and Cosmology Seminar (Phillips Auditorium)
Kirk Barrow (Stanford): "11/12/2019"

2:00 pm: Special Library Event (Wolbach Library)
Peter K.G. Williams (CfA): "Intro to Version Control with Git and GitHub"

Wednesday, November 13

12:30 pm: High Energy Phenomena Seminar (Phillips Auditorium) Pizza will be served at 12:20
Adi Foord (University of Michigan): "Quantifying the rate of dual AGNs with BAYMAX"
Antonija Oklopcic (CfA): "The importance of high-energy stellar radiation for escaping exoplanet atmospheres"

4:30 pm: Joint Quantum Sciences Colloquium (Jefferson 250)
Angel Rubio (Simon Foundation): "11/13/2019"

Thursday, November 14

10:30 am: Science Education Department Seminar Series (Pratt Conference Room) Note room change.
Max Mulhern (CfA): "The Recreation of the Hagner Planetarium"

11:00 am: ITC Colloquium (Phillips) In Phillips!!!!!!
Diederik Kruijssen (Heidelberg): "The physics driving the molecular cloud lifecycle during galaxy formation and evolution"

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.
Ana-Roxana Pop (Harvard): "X-ray and SZ predictions from clusters to galaxy scales using IllustrisTNG"
David Sing (Johns Hopkins): "Hubble NUV-Optical Exoplanet Spectroscopy with WFC3 UVIS"
Diederik Kruijssen (Heidelberg): "Globular clusters revealing the formation and assembly history of the Milky Way"
Shmuel Bialy (ITC): "Cold clouds as cosmic-ray detectors"

4:00 pm: CfA Colloquium (Phillips Auditorium) Tea and cookies will be served at 3:30
David Sing: "Hubble's Panchromatic Comparative View of Exoplanet Atmospheres"

Friday, November 15

12:00 pm: Stars and Planets Seminar (Pratt Conference Room) Note special Friday date due to holiday. Seminar has been relocated to Pratt.
Asmita Bhandare (MPIA): "Zooming in on the early stages of star and disk formation"
Brett McGuire (NRAO): "PAHs and Carbon Chemistry at the Earliest Stages of Star Formation: A New Paradigm in Astrochemistry"

12:30 pm: SMA Seminar Series (Room M-340, 160 Concord Avenue)
Chao Liu (University of Oxford): "Developing Digital Receiver for Redshift Receiver using RFSoC"