JILA ASTROPHYSICS LUNCH SEMINAR

  SPRING SEMESTER 2005

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
Jan 21
Charles Danforth
CASA
The Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium in the Local Universe
Jan 28
Andrey Kravtsov
Chicago
High-resolution cosmological simulations of cluster formation
Feb 4
Mateusz Ruszkowski
JILA
Singing black holes and AGN feedback in clusters
Feb 18 Phil Armitage JILA
Conference Summary: "Planet Formation and Detection", Aspen, Feb 6-12 2005 
Mar 11
Marta Volonteri
IoA, Cambridge
Massive black holes build-up: an early development?
Mar 18
Davide Lazzati
JILA
The huge outburst from SGR1806+20 and implications for short GRBs
Apr 01
Sean Raymond
University of Washington, Seattle
Simulating the Formation and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets
Apr 08
Fernando Santoro
CASA
A study of metal enriched gas from the first stars
Apr 15
Eric Hallman
CASA
Precision Cosmology with Galaxy Clusters: Weighing in with Simulations
Apr 22
Marcus Brueggen
International University Bremen
AGN feedback in galaxy clusters
Apr 29
Brian Keeney
CASA
Probing Galaxies Through Quasar Absorption Lines
May 17
Mike Crenshaw
Georgia State University
The Connection Between Mass Outflow and the
Narrow-Line Region in Seyfert Galaxies



Contact Davide Lazzati (JILA; lazzati@quixote.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