October 2018

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Cosmology Seminar Kung-Yi Su (Caltech) Suppressing cooling flows in massive galaxies with cosmic ray injection and turbulent stirring -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Rob De Rosa (Stanford) Exoplanet detection and characterization with direct imaging -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Meeting of Astrophysics Students at Stanford (MASS) Nick Kokoron Primordial Non-Gaussianity -

Campus, PAB 232

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Daniel Palanker (Stanford University) Photovoltaic Restoration of Sight in Retinal Degeneration -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center, Rm 200

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Eugene Chiang (UC Berkeley) Planet Formation Post-Kepler -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
KIPAC Stats & ML Journal Club Sean McLaughlin LIME: Local Interpretable Model-Agnostic Explanations -

SLAC,  Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Hung-Jin Huang (Carnegie Mellon University) Modeling baryonic effects for future weak lensing survey -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
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Cosmology Seminar Eric Baxter (University of Pennsylvania) Secondary Anisotropies: Cosmology from Joint Analyses of CMB and Galaxy Surveys -

Campus, Varian 355

 
SLAC Colloquium Natalie Batalha (NASA Ames Research Center) Exoplanet frontiers: Kepler & the next decade of NASA exploration -

SLAC, Kavli Auditorium

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Kirk Barrow (Stanford) Synthetic Observations of the High-Redshift Universe -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Meeting of Astrophysics Students at Stanford (MASS) Alex Madurowicz Interferometry and Synthesis Imaging -

Campus, PAB 232

 
KIPAC Computing Boot Camp - Day 0 -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Julie McEnery (NASA) A High Energy View of the Extreme Universe -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center, Rm 200

 
KIPAC Computing Boot Camp - Day 1 -

Campus, PAB 232

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Noemie Globus (Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar) On the origin of the ultra-high energy cosmic-rays -

SLAC, 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Ed Young (Stanford) Mapping the polarized CMB sky with SPIDER -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
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Cosmology Seminar Elena Massara (CCA) Exploring novel probes and methods for cosmology -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Jed Thompson (Stanford) Fuzzy Dark Matter -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Meeting of Astrophysics Students at Stanford (MASS) David Thomas The LSST Active Optics System -

Campus, PAB 214 

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Philip Deutschle (Salinas High School and Hartnell College) Botswana to Bolivia - The Life of an Itinerant Science Educator -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center, Rm 200

 
KIPAC Computing Boot Camp - Day 2 -

Campus, PAB 232

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Francesca Civano (CfA) Learning about Black Hole and Galaxy Co-evolution using the “COSMOS” -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
Physics Equity and Inclusion Reading Group -

Campus, PAB 232

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Padi Boyd (NASA/Goddard) TESS -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
SITP Seminar Dorota Grabowska (UC Berkeley) Detecting Dark Blobs -

Campus, Varian 312

 
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Cosmology Seminar Alvaro Orsi (Centro de Estudios de Fisica del Cosmos de Aragon - CEFCA) Emission-line galaxies in the era of cosmological surveys -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Eugene Chiang (UC Berkeley) / Ke Fang (Stanford) Chiang: Debris Disks and the Mystery of AU Mic / Fang: Black hole jets in galaxy clusters as common origins of highest-energy particles -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Michael Nauenberg (Univ. of Calif. at Santa Cruz) Visiting Newton's Atelier before the Principia, 1679-1684 -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center, Rm 200

 
KIPAC Computing Boot Camp - Day 3 -

Campus, PAB 232

 
Astrophysics Colloquium A. N. Ramaprakash (IUCAA) WALOP/PASIPHAE: A uniquely deep, accurate and efficient tomographic survey of Galactic magnetic fields -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
KIPAC Social -

Campus, PAB Patio

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Paz Beniamini (George Washington University) Observational constraints on the structure of gamma-ray burst jets and lessons from GW170817 -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
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Cosmology Seminar Omid Sameie (UC Riverside) The abundance and dark matter structure of galaxies in alternative dark matter models -

Campus, Varian 355

 
SLAC Colloquium Feryal Ozel (University of Arizona) Black holes and neutron stars -

SLAC, Kavli Auditorium

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Jessie Muir (Stanford) / Vivian Poulin (Johns Hopkins) TBD -

Campus, Varian 355

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Louis Strigari (Texas A&M University) The Dynamic Local Universe -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center, Rm 200