ITC Colloquium Schedule

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Date Speaker Title
Thu 01/31/2019 Eugene Chiang (Berkeley) Planet Formation Post-Kepler
Thu 02/07/2019 Ann-Marie Madigan (UC Boulder) The Importance of Being Eccentric
Thu 02/14/2019 Doug Finkbeiner (Harvard) Towards more robust and explainable neural nets: Beyond the black box
Thu 02/21/2019 Amina Helmi (Groningen) New views on the Galaxy and its satellites from the Gaia space mission
Thu 02/28/2019 Jillian Bellovary (AMNH) Black Holes in Simulated Dwarf Galaxies
Thu 03/07/2019 Chris Kochanek (The Ohio State University) The First Detection of the Formation of a Black Hole
Thu 03/14/2019 Dan Scolnic (Duke) What We Can Do With 500,000 Type Ia Supernovae
Thu 03/28/2019 Leslie Rogers (U Chicago) Journey to the Center of the Super-Earth
Thu 04/04/2019 Jennifer Barnes (Columbia) Panning for gold with things that go bang in the night
Thu 04/11/2019 Lisa Randall (Harvard) Darkly-Charged Dark Matter
Thu 04/18/2019 Silvia Toonen (Birmingham) Stellar interactions & transients
Thu 04/25/2019 Debora Sijacki (Cambridge) Galaxy formation simulations: "sub-grid" vs. physics
Thu 05/02/2019 Mike Line (ASU) Challenges in Characterizing Extra Solar Atmospheres at High-Resolution
Thu 05/09/2019 Gil Holder (Illinois) Particle Physics & Astrophysics with Wide Field mm-Wave Surveys