Colloquium Schedule

Colloquium Schedule

Colloquia are held in SW219 at 4:00 p.m. (unless noted below)
Colloquium Teas are held in SW113 at 3:30 p.m. (unless noted below)

Academic Year 2015-2016




Ralf Kotulla
(University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee)
The Upgraded One Degree Imager and the QuickReduce Pipeline: New Features & Lessons Learned
SW 113
August 4
Department Welcome Tea
3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
August 25
Andrey Kravtsov
(The University of Chicago)
Order out of Chaos:
Formation of Galaxies in
Hierarchical Universe
September 15
Federico Lelli
(Case Western Reserve University)
Gas Dynamics and Star Formation in Dwarf Galaxies October 13
Sarah Loebman
(University of Michigan-Ann Arbor )
Radial Migration and the Milky Way's Metallicity Distribution Function October 20
David Sand
(Texas Tech University)

Moving Near Field Cosmology Beyond the Local Group

November 10
Radek Poleski
(Ohio State University)

Exoplanets on Wide Orbits

November 17
Kathryn Johnston
(Columbia University)

Dark Matter and Stellar Halos around Galaxies: Formation, Histories and Structure 

December 1
Kathryn Johnston
(Columbia University)
Edmondson Lecture:
Galactic Cannibalism
SW 119
December 2
Zeljko Ivezic
(University of Washington - Seattle)

LSST: A Color Movie of the Universe Coming Near You
February 9
David Charbonneau
(CFA, Harvard )
The Compositions of Small Planets March 1
Jeremy Webb
(Indiana University)
The Dynamical Evolution of Star Clusters in Realistic Tidal Fields March 8
Tim Beers
(Notre Dame University)
Chronography of the Milky Way's Halo System with Field Blue Horizontal-Branch Stars March 22
Undergrad Honors Colloquium

Honors Colloquium
SW 219

March 29
Brian Baptista
(The Aerospace Corporation)

Lucky Imaging for Reconnaissance 

April 12
Craig Stewart
(Indiana University)

IU Cyberinfrastructure – From Supercomputers to Clouds and on Towards Exascale

April 26
Young-Wook Lee
(Yonsei University)
Multiple Stellar Populations in the Halo and Bulge of the Milky Way
 SW 238
May 5
Baitian Tang
(Universidad de Concepcio, Chile)
Multiple Populations in Bulge Globular Clusters Through the NIR Eyes of APOGEE: NGC 6553
 SW 219
July 6