July 2021

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Other Stanford Events Must register for webinar LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA Webinar: Gravitational waves from neutron star-black hole coalescences -
 
KIPAC Summer Students Seminar Bruce Macintosh (KIPAC) via zoom How bright is a star? Photons, flux, and magnitudes -
 
KIPAC Tea Talk via zoom One-Slide Presentations by the Summer Students -
 
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KIPAC Tea Talk Noah Glennon (University of New Hampshire) via zoom Using PySiUltraLight to Model Scalar Dark Matter with Self-Interactions -
 
KIPAC Summer Students Seminar Simon Birrer (KIPAC) via zoom Good Coding Practices -
 
KIPAC Tea Talk Pablo Lemos Portela (University College London) via zoom One-Slide Presentations by the Summer Students / Lemos Portela: Cosmological tensions and how to find them -
 
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KIPAC Tea Talk Edgard Bonilla (Stanford) via zoom Improving the cooldown times for third generation Gravitational-wave observatories -
 
KIPAC Summer Students Seminar Cyndia Yu (KIPAC) via zoom How to Measure the Sky: A Brief Tour of Astronomical Instrumentation -
 
KIPAC Tea Talk Thomas Edwards (Stockholm University) Axion Miniclusters in the Milky Way and Their Interactions with Neutron Stars -
 
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Other Stanford Events Emil Noordeh (KIPAC) via zoom Thesis Defense: The Evolution of Galaxy Activity in Massive Clusters -
 
KIPAC Tea Talk via zoom Paper Discussion -
 
KIPAC Summer Students Seminar Lea Hirsch (KIPAC) Fantastic Worlds and How to Find Them: Discovery and Characterization of Exoplanets -
 
KIPAC Tea Talk via zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Director's Update -
 
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KIPAC Tea Talk Ryan Linehan (KIPAC) via zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Exploring Electrode Backgrounds Relevant to LZ’s Search for Dark Matter -
 
KIPAC Summer Students Seminar Nick Kokron (KIPAC) via zoom Introduction to Cosmology -
 
KIPAC Tea Talk Jorge Morales (KIPAC) via zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Simulating Signal and Background Interactions for Optimizing Dark Matter Searches with the LuxZeplin Experiment -