JILA ASTROPHYSICS LUNCH SEMINAR

FALL SEMESTER 2003

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
26 September Jennifer Scott Space Telescope Science Institute A Composite Extreme Ultraviolet QSO Spectrum from FUSE
14 October (noon) Katrien Steenbrugge Space Research Organization Netherlands One week Chandra observation of NGC 5548
17 October Pat Hall Princeton University Broad Absorption Line Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
24 October Mario Jimenez-Garate M.I.T. Accretion Disk Atmospheres
31 October Chris Rimes JILA Modelling the Galaxy Population
7 November Gayler Harford CASA High Redshift Galaxies and the Reionization of the Universe
14 November Jack Gabel CASA Mass Outflow in Seyfert Galaxies: Recent Constraints from UV Observations
5 December Tigran Yu. Magakian & Tigran A. Movsessian Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory Studies of Pre-Main-Sequence Stars in Byurakan Observatory: Past and Present

SPRING SEMESTER 2004

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
13 January (4pm) Doug Johnstone Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics Photoevaporation of Proto-Planetary Disks: Observational Consequences
16 January Yurii Gnedin Pulkovo Observatory, Russia Spectropolarimetry and IR Photometry of Magnetic White Dwarfs: a Test of the Vacuum Polarization Effects
23 January Fernando Santoro CASA Semi-Analytical Simulations of Primordial Halo Formation
29 January (JILA 10-C) Jonathan Tan Princeton University Massive Star Birth, from the Dark Ages to Orion
30 January Werner Benger Zuse Institute Berlin Tackling the Riddles of Gravitity: Simulating and Visualizing in Numerical Relativity
13 February Belinda Wilkes Harvard/Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Missing AGN: In Search of the Intrinsic Population
20 February Xinyu Dai Penn State University Chandra and XMM-Newton Observations of Gravitational Lenses: Probing AGNs and the Cosmos with the Aid of Gravitational Lensing
27 February Yeong-Shang Loh CASA Cross-Correlation of the Cosmic Microwave Background with Large-Scale Structure: Signature of Dark Energy, Hot Gas and Point Sources
16 April Brent Buckalew University of Wyoming The Starburst-Interstellar Medium Interaction in NGC 1569 II. Three Parsec-by-Three Parsec Examination of Nebular Emission Using Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 Imagery
3 May Eric Gawiser Yale/Universidad de Chile Star Formation in Damped Lyman Alpha Systems
11 June Steinn Sigurdsson
TBA

For the Spring 2004 semester, JILA Astrophysics Lunch Seminars will be held on Fridays at noon in JILA S-105 unless noted otherwise.

Contact Joe Collins (CASA; jcollins@casa.colorado.edu) for more information.

Other JILA seminars can be found here .

Other astrophysics seminars in Boulder:
Department of Astrophysics and Planetary Sciences(APS)
Department of Space Studies at Southwest Research Institute(SwRI)
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics(LASP)
CU Center for Astrobiology