Center for the Study of Cosmic Evolustion

Spring 2007 Seminars

Wednesdays at 1:30PM, Room 1400 Biomedical and Physical Sciences Building

Refreshments at 1:20PM



Speaker Title
10 Jan NO SEMINAR (AAS Meeting) Seattle, WA
17 Jan Richard Kron - University of Chicago The Sloan Digital Sky Survey-II
24 Jan Thomas Masseron - Ohio State University Stellar Nucleosynthesis in the Galactic History:  The Carbon Stars
31 Jan Ben Oppenheimer - American Museum of Natural History Comparative Exoplanetary Science
7 Feb Anna Frebel - University of Texas Discovering the Most Metal-Poor Galactic Halo Stars
14 Feb Sebastien Lepine - (AMNH) Probing the Galactic Halo Using Cool Subdwarfs
21 Feb Chris Thom - University of Chicago Are We There Yet? The Distances to High-Velocity Clouds
28 Feb August Evrard - University of Michigan

Two Updates on Galaxy Clusters: The Halo Virial Scaling Relation & Red Sequence Cluster Findings

14 Mar (CANCELLED)Tod Strohmayer - (GSFC) Magnetar hyper-flares:  Whole Lotta Shakin' Going' On'
21 Mar Jason Tumlinson - Yale Unraveling the Galaxy to Find the First Stars
28 Mar Ron Allen - STScI The Space Interferometry Mission: Taking the Measure of the Universe
4 Apr Pat Hall - York University Constraints on Quasar Outflows
11 Apr Robert Williams - STScI High Resolution, High S/N Spectroscopy of PNe and Novae
18 Apr Bob Zinn - Yale

Halo Substructure and the QUEST RR Lyrae Survey

25 Apr Astrophysics Students Student Projects Presentations

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Last updated Jan 17, 2007   Organizer: Timothy Beers

Fall 2006 seminars