Events and Seminars at KIPAC


KIPAC hosts a variety of seminars, meetings, and other events both on the Stanford University Campus and at the Fred Kavli Building at SLAC.  Most of the individual seminars and meetings are described below, and we also have a combined schedule of upcoming events and past events. You can add the upcoming events to your personal calendar by subscribing to this link or following these detailed instructions.



The KIPAC community gathers twice a week for our KIPAC Tea Talks.  These informal meetings include a discussion of recent hot papers from astro-ph, news and gossip from the community, reports from recent conferences and a short talk from a member of the group. These events are well-attended and we welcome everyone to join. Food is served with schedules and information are available here.

Astrophysics Colloquium

KIPAC co-hosts the Astrophysics Colloquium, held both at campus & SLAC on Thursdays. All interested parties are welcome to attend, and food is served.

Cosmology Seminar

Cosmology Seminars are held at on Mondays at 11 am during the quarter, on the 3rd floor Varian conference room. These are more focused and less didactic than the colloquium, and provide a stage for younger researchers to present their work in more detail.

Fermi Lunches

The Fermi Science group holds weekly lunches on Thursdays.


The Meeting of Astrophysics Students at Stanford (MASS) is held each week, providing a forum for students in astronomy and astrophysics to discuss important ideas outside classes, colloquia, and tea talks.


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« August 2015 »
Upcoming Events
KIPAC Tea: Tsuguo Aramaki Aug 04, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM — Campus, Varian 355
KIPAC TEA: Francesco Miniati and Ken Wong (ASIAA) Aug 07, 2015 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM — SLAC, FKB 3rd Floor Conf Room
Kristiana Schneck: PhD Dissertation Defense Aug 10, 2015 03:30 PM - 05:30 PM — Campus, Varian 355
NO KIPAC TEA - SSI Aug 11, 2015 12:00 AM
NO KIPAC TEA - SSI Aug 14, 2015 12:00 AM
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