Michigan State University

Center for the Study of Cosmic Evolution
Seminar Schedule Fall 2004

Wednesdays at 1:30 pm, Room 1400 Biomedical and Physical Sciences Building
Refreshments at 1:20 pm





01 Sept

Faculty Research


08 Sept

Faculty Research


15 Sept

John Monnier, UofM

Imaging with Optical Interferometry

22 Sept

Andrey Kravtsov, Univ. Chicago/KICP

The tumultuous lives of galactic dwarfs and the missing satellites problem

29 Sept

Chris Fryer, LANL (NSCL Seminar)

Supernova Asymmetries and Their Effects on Nucleosynthesis

06 Oct

Sivarani Thirupathi, MSU

Chemical Composition of Very Metal Poor Carbon-Rich Stars

13 Oct

Peter Garnavich, Notre Dame

Dark Energy from Supernova Searches: Present and Future

20 Oct

Thomas Brown, STScI

The Age of the Andromeda Halo

27 Oct

Brian McNamara, Ohio University

Cavities and Large Scale Shocks in Galaxy Clusters

04 Nov

Katie Freese, UofM (Colloqium)


10 Nov

David Weinberg, OSU

What Can We Learn From Galaxy Clustering?

17 Nov

Lars Bildsten, KITP/UCSB

X-Ray Binaries in Distant Elliptical Galaxies and Galactic Millisecond Radio Pulsars

24 Nov



01 Dec

Mordecai Mac Low, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist.

Control of Star Cluster Formation in Isolated and Merging Galaxies by Gravitational Instability

08 Dec

Robert Rutledge, McGill University

Measuring Radii of Neutron Stars


Last update: Tuesday 2004-11-30 11:56:31 EST
For information or special accommodations please email Shawna Prater at prater@pa.msu.edu.