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2017 Astrophysics and Heliophysics/Space Physics Colloquia and Seminars

See seminar/colloquium abstract (click on title of talk) for location and time. The Science Visitor and Colloquium Program sponsors the Astrophysics Colloquium series. Other JPL science seminars related to astrophysics, exoplanet science, heliophysics, and space physics may be listed here as a convenience to the JPL science community.

Other Years:
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Date   Series   Speaker   Title
Mon   Jun 12   Astrophysics Colloquium   Sally Dodson-Robinson
(Univ. Delaware)
Thu   Jun 1   Astrophysics Colloquium   Sherry Suyu
Thu   May 25   Astrophysics Colloquium   Eliza Kempton
(Grinnell Coll.)
Mon   May 22   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   Alexie Leauthaud
Thu   May 18   Astrophysics Colloquium   Brian Keating
Thu   May 11   Astrophysics Colloquium   Daniel Apai
(Univ. Arizona)
Thu   May 4   Astrophysics Colloquium   Brant Robertson
Thu   Apr 20   Astrophysics Colloquium   Felix Fuerst
  Ultraluminous X-ray Pulsars
Mon   Apr 17   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   Elisabeth Mills
(San Jose State Univ.)
  Toward a New Understanding of the Relationship Between Dense Gas and Star Formation in the Center of Our Galaxy and the Distant Universe
Thu   Apr 13   Astrophysics Colloquium   Martin Elvis
  The Near-term Value of Commercial Space for Astronomy and Planetary Science
Thu   Apr 6   Astrophysics Colloquium   Renée Hlozek
(Univ. Toronto)
Mon   Apr 3   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   Rebecca Jensen-Clem
Thu   Mar 30   Astrophysics Colloquium   Chung-Pei Ma
  Supermassive Black Holes in Nearby Galaxies
Thu   Mar 23   Astrophysics Colloquium   B.J. Fulton
  The APF Fifty: A Robotic Search for Earth's Nearest Neighbors
Mon   Mar 20   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   Albert Izard
(U.C. Riverside)
  Producing Fast and Accurate Mock Galaxy Catalogues
Thu   Mar 16   Special Astrophysics Seminar   Jeremy Jones
  The Ages of kappa Andromedae, lambda Boo Stars, and Other Interesting A-Stars
Thu   Mar 9   Astrophysics Colloquium   Jayne Birkby
(Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
  Exoplanet Atmospheres at High Spectral Resolution
Tue   Mar 7   Special Astrophysics Seminar   Natsuko Izumi
  Star Formation Activity in the Outer Galaxy
Mon   Mar 6   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   Marta Bryan
  Lurking in the Shadows: Long Period Gas Giant Planets as Tracers of Planet Formation
Thu   Mar 2   Astrophysics Colloquium   Josh Frieman
(Fermilab / Univ. Chicago)
  Probing Cosmic Acceleration with the Dark Energy Survey
Mon   Feb 27   Astrophysics Colloquium   Emily Rauscher
(Univ. Michigan)
  The Diversity and Complexity of Exoplanet Atmospheres
Thu   Feb 23   Astrophysics Colloquium   William Lotko
(Dartmouth Coll. / NCAR)
  What Causes Recurrent Air Density Anomalies in Geospace at 400 km Altitude?
Thu   Feb 16   Astrophysics Colloquium   Saavik Ford
  An EM Signature of BH-BH Mergers, and Related Phenomena
Mon   Feb 13   Astrophysics Colloquium   Barry McKernan
  The AGN Disk Channel for LIGO Black Hole Mergers
Tue   Feb 7   Special Astrophysics Seminar   Laurent Wiesenfeld
  Theory and Experiments for Astrochemistry
Mon   Feb 6   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   Adam Ginsburg
  The Effects and Importance of Feedback on High-mass Star Formation Within Massive Clusters
Thu   Feb 2   Astrophysics Colloquium   Neta Bahcall
(Princeton Univ.)
  Lighting Up The Dark: Where Is The Dark Matter?
Fri   Jan 27   Special Astrophysics Seminar   Jacqueline McCleary
(Brown Univ.)
  Cosmology with the Dark Matter Substructure of Galaxy Clusters
Thu   Jan 26   Astrophysics Colloquium   Mike Janssen
  Early results from the Juno Microwave Radiometer Experiment
Mon   Jan 23   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   C. Darren Dowell
  The High-resolution Airborne Wideband Camera-plus (HAWC+) for SOFIA
Thu   Jan 19   Astrophysics Colloquium   Steve Levin
  Juno at Jupiter
Tue   Jan 17   Astrophysics Luncheon Seminar   David Neufeld
  The Cosmic Ray Ionization Rate in the Galactic disk, as Determined from Observations of Molecular Ions

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