May 2019

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Astrophysics Colloquium Phil Korngut (Caltech) SPHEREx: An all-sky near infrared spectral survey -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
KIPAC Stats & ML Journal Club Joe DeRose Posterior inference unchained with EL2O -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Sunny Yu (UC Irvine) Gravitational fluctuations as an alternative to inflation -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
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Cosmology Seminar Ami Choi (The Ohio State University) Towards Weak Lensing Cosmology with WFIRST Near-Infrared Detectors -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Paper Discussion -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Meeting of Astrophysics Students at Stanford (MASS) Justin Mules Direct Detection of Axion Dark Matter -

Campus, PAB 232

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Donna Strickland (University of Waterloo) From Nonlinear Optics to High-Intensity Laser Physics -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center Rm. 201

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Jo Dunkley (Princeton) Cosmic neutrinos: using the universe as our laboratory -

Campus, Varian 355 *note room change*

 
KIPAC Reception (Private Event) -

Campus, PAB Upper Patio

 
KIPAC Public Lectures Jo Dunkley (Princeton) Our Universe -

Campus, William R. Hewlett Teaching Center, Room 201

 
KIPAC Stats & ML Journal Club Greg Green Exact Gaussian Processes on a Million Data Points -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room 

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Paper Discussion -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
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Cosmology Seminar Mike Wilson (UC Berkeley) Large-scale structure cosmology from low to high redshift -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Maciej Wielgus (Harvard University) Event Horizon Telescope -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Meeting of Astrophysics Students at Stanford (MASS) Ismael Serrano Blended galaxies in the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope -

Campus, PAB 232

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Daniel S. Fisher/SITP Event (Stanford University, AP) Physicists and Evolution: Puzzles and Expectations -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center Rm. 201

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Nathan Whitehorn (UCLA) Focusing on What is In Front of Your Nose: Astrophysics with CMB Experiments -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Dongwoo Chung / Noemie Globus Chung: Line intensity mapping with COMAP / Globus: Life, the Universe and Chirality -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
Physics Equity and Inclusion Reading Group Shea Hess Webber Reading: Typical physics Ph.D. admissions criteria limit access to underrepresented groups but fail to predict doctoral completion -

Campus, PAB 232

 
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Space Sciences at Stanford Workshop -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
Cosmology Seminar Alexander Mead (University of British Columbia) How to not run cosmological n-body simulations -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Greg Green Using Gaia, Pan-STARRS 1 and 2MASS to map the Milky Way -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Meeting of Astrophysics Students at Stanford (MASS) Warren Morningstar Event Horizon Telescope -

Campus, PAB 232

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Cenke Xu (UC Santa Barbara) Strongly Interacting Synthetic Topological Insulators in High Dimensions -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center Rm. 201

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Cole Miller (University of Maryland) Understanding the Interiors of Neutron Stars -

Campus, Varian 355 *Note change in regular location*

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Kirk Barrow, Krista Lynne Smith, Lea Hirsch and others Summary of Space Sciences at Stanford Conference -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
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KIPAC Tea Talk Jason McEwen (University College London) Uncertainty quantification in astrophysics -

Campus, Varian 355

 
AP/Physics Colloquium Irfan Siddiqi (UC Berkeley) The Dawn of Superconducting Quantum Processors -

Campus, Hewlett Teaching Center Rm. 201

 
KIPAC Hack Day -

Campus, PAB 102/103 from 9 - 11 a.m. PAB 232 and 241 for breakout rooms 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 
Astrophysics Colloquium Courtney Dressing (UC Berkeley) Exploring Planetary Systems Orbiting Nearby Stars -

Campus, PAB 102/103

 
KIPAC Stats & ML Journal Club Sean McLaughlin Adversarial attacks against neural networks and their surprisingly deep implications -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Paper Discussion -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
Physics Equity and Inclusion Reading Group Susmita Adhikari Reading: The Privileged Poor Navigating Elite University Life: Elite Colleges Constantly Tell Low-Income Students That They Do Not Belong -

Campus, PAB 232