Rutgers University

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Astrophysics Seminar Schedule
Spring 2006

Seminars are generally held on Fridays at 3:00 PM in room 385E. Tuesday seminars are at 1:30 PM in room 401W. Refreshments are served after the talks in room 332W.



Title and Abstract

Friday January 27

No seminar  

Friday February 3

Milos Milosavljevic
The Future of Massive Black Hole Studies

Tuesday February 7

Scott Gaudi
Taking the Inventory of Extrasolar Planets with Microlensing

Wednesday February 8 at 4:45PM
(Dept Colloquium)

Matt Bershady
(U Wisconsin)
Breaking the Disk-Halo Degeneracy

Friday February 10

Risa Wechsler
(Kavli Institute, U Chicago)
Lighting up the Dark: Connecting Galaxies to Mass

Tuesday February 14

Elena Pierpaoli

Friday February 17

Eric Gawiser
The MUSYC Census of Protogalaxies at z=3

Tuesday February 21

Sebastian Heinz
Feedback From Growing Black Holes and the Thermodynamics of Galaxy Clusters

Wednesday February 22

Elena Pierpaoli
Cosmological Insights on Particle Physics

Friday February 24

Andrew Zentner
(Kavli Institute, U Chicago)
Dark Matter Halo Substructure: Fundamental Physics and Cosmology in the Nonlinear Regime

Tuesday February 28

Saurabh Jha
(UC Berkeley)
Surveying the Universe with Supernovae

Wednesday March 1

Mauro Giavalisco
GOODS news on Galaxy Evolution

Friday March 3

Daniela Calzetti
The Panchromatic View of Star Formation

Friday March 10

Matthew Francis
If a Binary Chirps in the Foreground, Does it Make a Sound?

Friday March 17

No Seminar - Spring Break  

Monday March 20

Daniel Harbeck
ODI: A One Degree Imager for the WINY Telescope

Friday March 31


Friday April 7


Friday April 14

Carlos Badenes
Light from the Ashes: Constraints on the Physics of Type Ia Supernovae from the X-ray Spectra of Young Supernova Remnants

Friday April 21


Friday April 28

Dusan Maletic
Moved to Monday, May 1

Contact: Ted Williams


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