Schedule for Caltech Astronomy Tea Talk, Season : 2020-2021

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Date Speaker Affiliation Talk Title
14-Sep-2020 Almog Yalinewich CITA, Toronto, Canada A Self Similar Model for a Core Collapse Supernova Shock Wave
21-Sep-2020 Margaret Lazzarini UW astronomy Multiwavelength Population Studies of High Mass X-ray Binaries in Nearby Galaxies
28-Sep-2020 Ellen Price Harvard Simulating Disk Dynamics and Investigating their Exoplanet Outcomes
5-Oct-2020 James Trussler Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge Unveiling the roles of mass, environment and structure in galaxy quenching
12-Oct-2020 Kelly Gourdji Universiteit van Amsterdam Unveiling the origin of fast radio bursts
19-Oct-2020 Sophie Koudmani Cambridge The impact of agn feedback on simulated dwarf galaxies
26-Oct-2020, 4 pm Vince Estrada-Carpenter Texas A&M Stellar Populations and Formation Histories of Massive Galaxies Derived from Deep Hubble Space Telescope Grism Data
02-Nov-2020, 4 pm Ward Howard UNC Chapel Hill The EvryFlare Survey: Temperature Evolution and Habitability Impacts of Superflares Observed Simultaneously by Evryscope and TESS
09-Nov-2020, 4 pm Carl Fields Michigan State University Multidimensional Progenitor Models For Core-collapse Supernovae
16-Nov-2020, 4 pm Nikhil Sarin Monash University Observational implications of binary neutron star merger remnants
23-Nov-2020, 4 pm Katheryn Neugent University of Washington The Binary Fraction of Red Supergiants in the Local Group Galaxies
30-Nov-2020, 10 am Elisa Maggio Sapienza University of Rome How does a dark compact object ringdown?
07-Dec-2020, 4 pm Kamber Schwarz University of Arizona Observational Constraints on Envelope Ionization in Young Protostars
14-Dec-2020, 4 pm Wren Suess UC Berkley The Growth & Transformation of Galaxies Over Cosmic Time
15-Dec-2020, 10 am, Tuesday Alejandro Cárdenas-Avendaño University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Gravitational-wave versus X-ray tests of strong-field gravity
21-Dec-2020, 4 pm Shengqi Yang CCPP of New York University Probing interstellar medium and galaxy evolution with infrared emission lines
25-Jan-2021, 4 pm Matthias Raives The Ohio State University The Core-Collapse Supernova Critical Condition and the Birth of Millisecond Proto-Magnetar Winds
1-Feb-2021, 4 pm Taweewat Somboonpanyakul MIT Kavli Galaxy Clusters & AGN Feedback
8-Feb-2021, 4 pm Rachael M. Roettenbacher Yale University Imaging and Surveying Spotted Stars
22-Feb-2021, 4 pm Samantha Brunker Indiana University Green Peas and Sam: A Multifaceted Approach to Studying Extreme, Star-Forming Green Pea Galaxies
1-Mar-2021, 4 pm Anita Petzler Macquarie University Flips in the Interstellar Medium
8-Mar-2021, 4 pm Yi-Kuan Chiang CCAPP, Ohio State University Probing the Cosmic Inventory by Unlocking the Diffuse Light in Sky Surveys
15-Mar-2021, 4 pm Sierra Grant Boston University ALMA Survey of Protoplanetary Disks in Lynds 1641
22-Mar-2021, 10 am Teymoor Saifollahi University of Groningen The story of ultra-diffuse galaxies as is told by their globular clusters
5-Apr-2021 Chi-Ho Chan Hebrew University of Jerusalem Tidal disruption events in active galactic nuclei
12-Apr-2021 John Weaver University of Copenhagen COSMOS2020: A next-generation catalog to explore the 1
19-Apr-2021, 4 pm Anna Voelker Department of Astronomy and the Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics (CCAPP) SciAccess: Making Space for Everyone
26-Apr-2021, 4 pm Sjoert Van Velzen Universiteit van Leiden Stellar tidal disruption events and ZTF: what have we learned?
3-May-2021, 4 pm Dr. Anika Schmiedeke Max Planck Institute for extraterrestrial Physics Physik Dissecting the filamentary structure embedded in the subsonic region of Barnard 5
10-May-2021, 4 pm Haunqing Chen University of Chicago, IL What Can We Learn about Reionization with Quasar Proximity Zones
17-May-2021, 4 pm Dr. Chenoa Tremblay CSIRO Astronomy Radio Telescopes as Spectrometers; the challenges of Square kilometre Array Pathfinders
26-May-2021, 4 pm Dr. Ryan Urquhart Michigan Satte University New eclipsing millisecond pulsars in the Galactic globular cluster Terzan 5

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