Galaxies & Cosmology Seminar Schedule

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Date Speaker Title
Tue 01/15/2019
  1. Sirio Belli (MPE)
  1. The Formation of Quiescent Galaxies
Tue 01/22/2019
  1. Isha Nayak (JHU)
  1. Star Formation in the Large Magellanic Cloud - Using ALMA to Prepare for Future JWST Observations
Tue 01/29/2019
  1. Kartheik Iyer (Rutgers)
  2. Sarah Leslie (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy)
  1. What can we learn from the star formation histories of galaxies?
  2. Cosmic evolution of star-forming galaxies
Tue 02/12/2019
  1. Emmet Golden-Marx (Boston University)
  1. Bent Lobes and Red Sequences: The Study of High-z Galaxy Clusters in the Clusters Occupied by Bent Radio AGN (COBRA) Survey
Tue 02/19/2019
  1. Daniel Wang (UMass)
  2. Jon Sievers (McGill)
  1. Astrophysics of Galactic Feedback
  2. Cosmology with Redshifted Hydrogen
Tue 02/26/2019
  1. Allison Strom (Carnegie)
  2. Daniel Fabricant, Sean Moran, and Igor Chillingarian (CfA)
  1. Rethinking metallicity: the quest to measure galaxy abundances in the early universe
  2. An Introduction to Binospec
Tue 03/05/2019
  1. Simon Birrer (UCLA)
  2. Song Huang (UCSC)
  1. Probing Dark Matter with strong gravitational lenses
  2. The Bright and Dark Sides of Massive Galaxies from the Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey
Tue 03/12/2019
  1. Tjitske Starkenburg (Flatiron)
  2. Igor Chilingarian (CfA)
  1. On the origin of counterrotating galaxy components
  2. Going deep with Binospec: evolutionary connection between ultra-diffuse galaxies and cluster dwarf ellipticals from their internal dynamics and stellar contents
Tue 03/19/2019
  1. Francisco Villaescusa-Navarro (Flatiron)
  2. Jillian Scudder (Oberlin)
  1. Towards a 5-sigma detection on the sum of the neutrino masses
  2. The hunt for cosmic monsters: understanding galaxies in the confused FIR sky
Tue 03/26/2019
  1. Joel Bregman (University of Michigan)
  2. Tamara Bogdanovic (Georgia Tech)
  1. The Baryon and Metal Content of Halos of Galaxies
  2. AGN feedback in galaxy clusters driven by intermittent accretion of cold gas
Tue 04/02/2019
  1. Katie Breivik (CITA)
  2. Irina Zhuraleva (University of Chicago)
  1. Simulating the Galactic graveyard
  2. Suppressed viscosity in the bulk gas in galaxy clusters
Tue 04/09/2019
  1. Helmer Koppelman (Groningen)
  2. Mimi Song (NASA)
  1. Identifying and characterizing substructure in the local stellar halo with Gaia DR2
  2. Tracing galaxy growth over cosmic time with galaxy stellar mass functions
Tue 04/16/2019
  1. Mohammad Akhshik (U.Connecticut)
  2. Cristobal Sifon Andalaft (Princeton)
  1. REQUIEM^2D: REsolving QUIEscent Magnified galaxies using 2D grism spectroscopy
  2. Dark matter in cluster galaxies revealed by weak lensing, from LRGs to UDGs
Tue 04/23/2019
  1. Andrina Nicola (Princeton)
  2. Ivana Damjanov (Saint Mary's University)
  1. Integrated approach to cosmology
  2. Quiescent Galaxy Size and Spectroscopic Evolution at z < 0.6