July 2019

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KIPAC Tea Talk Joshua Yao-Yu Lin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) / Cheng Zhao (EPFL, Switzerland) Lin: Hunting for dark matter substructure in Strong lensing with Neural networks / Zhao: Massive production of mock catalogues for eBOSS targets -

Campus, Varian 355

 
July 4th Holiday
 
KIPAC Tea Talk No KIPAC Tea Talk
 
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Cosmology Seminar Jaiyul Yoo (University of Zürich) Are We Ready for Precision Cosmology? General Relativistic Effects and Gauge-Invariant Formalism -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Thesis Defense: Anna Ogorzalek Probing the physics of AGN feedback with high resolution X-ray spectroscopy -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Bruce Macintosh and the Exoplanet team The natural history of 'Oumuamua, the first interstellar object passing through the Solar System -

SLAC, FKB 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
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Cosmology Seminar Giulio Fabbian (University of Sussex) Modelling CMB lensing and galaxy surveys cross-correlations for next generation surveys -

Campus, Varian 355

 
Thesis Defense: Adam Wright Cosmology with Robust Galaxy Cluster Lensing Mass Measurements -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Paper Discussion -

Campus, Varian 355

 
KIPAC Tea Talk No KIPAC Tea Talk
 
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Physics Equity and Inclusion Reading Group Josie Catherine Meyer and Claire Hebert Masculinities and Experimental Practices in Physics (Gonsalves, Danielsson, and Pettersson 2016) -

Campus, PAB 232

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Mattia Di Mauro (NASA/GSFC and CUA) Evidence of a low diffusion bubble around pulsar wind nebulae and consequences for the positron excess -

Campus, Varian 355 Note change in time for this date.

 
KIPAC Tea Talk Paper Discussion -

SLAC, Kavli 3rd Floor Conf. Room

 
KIPAC Ice Cream Social (KIPAC Members Only) -

SLAC, Kavli 2nd Floor Lobby

 
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SLAC Colloquium Wolfgang Eberhardt, DESY-CFEL Shaping the Energy System of the Future -

SLAC, Kavli Auditorium

(Doors open at 3:15pm for refreshments and discussion)

 

 
SLAC Public Lectures Eric Nielsen (KIPAC) Brown Dwarfs: Failed Stars or Overachieving Planets? -

SLAC, Panofsky Auditorium, Building 053