November 2022

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KIPAC Tea Talk Rebecca Diesing (University of Chicago) / Al Zamora (KIPAC) In Person and zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Diesing: Understanding the Multi-Wavelength Emission from Astrophysical Shocks / Zamora: Scientific Programming: A Quest for Correctness, Performance, and Reproducibility -

Campus, Varian 355 *Note change in location*

 
Rubin Ice Cream Social -

SLAC, ROB Patio (outside the Redwood Rooms) Building 048

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Jess Werk (University of Washington) In Person and zoom The Milky Way's Dynamic Atmosphere -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Charlotte Olsen (Rutgers University) zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Synchronized Star Formation and Conformity Across Cosmic Time with Local Volume Star Formation Histories -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
Other Stanford Events Philip Mansfield (KIPAC) In Person and zoom SITP Wine and Cheese Seminar: Is JWST Already Probing Fundamental Physics With Ancient Galaxies? -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
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Cosmology Seminar Sophia Lilleengen (University of Surrey) In Person Only Stellar streams in the deforming dark matter haloes of the Milky Way and the LMC -

Campus, Varian 355

 
SLAC Colloquium David Schlegel (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) In Person and zoom The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Survey (DESI) and Beyond -

SLAC, Building 048, Redwood Rooms A/B

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Kostas Tassis / Vasiliki Pavlidou (University of Crete) zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Tassis: PASIPHAE: Elucidating stubborn CMB polarization foregrounds with stellar optopolarimetry / Pavlidou: Cosmology at the edges: probing the contents of the Universe on turnaround scales -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
Rubin @ SLAC Alysha Shugart (Rubin) In Person and zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/95894685456?pwd=dFBXUkVVNlV4ZjJsWWhibzJ0UjhwZz09 Night-time Operations at Rubin Observatory -

SLAC, Building 048, Redwood A/B

 
Rubin Ice Cream Social -

SLAC, ROB Patio (outside the Redwood Rooms) Building 048

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Jenny Greene (Princeton) In Person and zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/423773826 Elves, Dwarfs, and (mini) Monsters -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
KIPAC E&I Semi-Annual Hack Session -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Christian Aganze (UCSD) / Frank Qu (Cambridge) In Person and zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Aganze: Detecting Gaps in Globular Cluster Streams in M31 and Other External Galaxies with the Nancy Grace Roman Telescope / Qu: High-precision CMB lensing measurements with the Atacama Cosmology Telescope: a new probe of cosmology and fundamental physics -

SLAC, Kavli Auditorium *note change in location*

 
KIPAC Monthly Social (Private Event) -

Campus, PAB 2nd Floor Patio

 
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KIPAC-LSST KEG Yannis Liodakis (University of Turku) In Person and zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/824047074?pwd=MVpMdDR1Wk9yVW9FcEVuUmMrK2JWQT09 KIPAC-LSST KEG -

Campus, Varian 355

 
SLAC Colloquium John Mather (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) zoom only Opening the Infrared Treasure Chest with JWST -

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KIPAC Tea Talk Yannis Liodakis (University of Turku) In Person and zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Radio-loud AGN in the discovery era of X-ray polarimetry -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
Other Stanford Events To Chin Yu (KIPAC) In Person and zoom Thesis Defense: Optimal Substrate for Direct Detection of Light Dark Matter -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
Rubin Ice Cream Social -

SLAC, ROB Patio (outside the Redwood Rooms) Building 048

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Jonathan Crass (University of Notre Dame) In Person and zoom Searching for Earth-like exoplanets among stellar noise: advancing EPRV instrument capabilities -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Kevin Burdge (MIT) In Person and zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Detecting sources of millihertz gravitational radiation using optical photons from the Zwicky Transient Facility -

SLAC, Kavli Auditorium *note change in location*

 
Other Stanford Events Oren Slone – NYU/Princeton In Person and zoom Joint SITP+SLAC Theory Seminar: A Path to Detecting Self-Interacting Dark Matter using Astrophysical Sub-Structure -

Campus, Varian 355

 
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Cosmology Seminar Martine Lokken (University of Toronto) / Kate Storey-Fisher (NYU) In Person Only Lokken: Boundless Baryons: the anisotropic superclustering of cosmic gas / Storey-Fisher: Learning Precise Relationships between Dark Matter and Galaxies by Imposing Exact Physical Symmetries -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Casey Lam (UC Berkeley) zoom https://stanford.zoom.us/j/550904854 Uncovering the Galactic Black Hole Population with Gravitational Microlensing -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
Rubin Ice Cream Social -

SLAC, ROB Patio (outside the Redwood Rooms) Building 048