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Socorro Colloquium Schedule - Spring 2017

by Hubertus Intema last modified May 10, 2017 by Frank Schinzel
NRAO Socorro Friday Colloquium Schedule - Spring 2017

Colloquia are held in the auditorium of the Domenici Science Operations Center (DSOC) in Socorro, New Mexico. All are welcome, but the talks generally assume a good grounding in research astronomy.

Colloquium talks are usually scheduled for 11am local time on Fridays; those which are not are indicated in green.

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Spring 2017

Friday
6 Jan 2017
11:00 MT
Importance of Centrifugal Barrier in Physics and Chemistry of Disk Formation
Speaker: Nami Sakai (Riken)
Host: Claire Chandler
Friday
13 Jan 2017
11:00 MT
Resolving High Energy Universe Using Strong Gravitational Lensing
Speaker: Anna Barnacka (CfA)
Host: Walter Brisken
Friday
20 Jan 2017
11:00 MT
Digital Instrumentation:  Projects at OVRO and the DSN
Speaker: Jonathon Kocz (Caltech)
Host: Frank Schinzel
Friday
27 Jan 2017
11:00 MT
The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME)
Speaker: Keith Vanderlinde (Dunlap)
Host: Paul Demorest
Friday
3 Feb 2017
11:00 MT
Daniel K. Inouve Solar Telescope: Science Goals & Project Status
Speaker: Joseph McMullin (NSO)
Host: Dale Frail
Friday
10 Feb 2017
11:00 MT
The Gould's Belt Distances Survey (GOBELINS)
Speaker: Laurent Loinard (UNAM)
Host: Amy Mioduszewski
Friday
17 Feb 2017
11:00 MT
Modern Radio Continuum Surveys and Data Processing Challenges
Speaker: Ian Heywood (CSIRO)
Host: Amy Kimball
Friday
24 Feb 2017
11:00 MT
Observations of Solar System Bodies with the VLA and ALMA
Speaker: Bryan Butler (NRAO)
Host: Emmanuel Momjian
Friday
3 Mar 2017
11:00 MT
Remote sensing of disturbances within the ionosphere and plasmasphere with the Very Large Array
Speaker:  Joseph Helmboldt (NRL)
Host:  Frank Schinzel
Friday
10 Mar 2017
11:00 MT
The Physical Properties of Massive Dense Clumps in Different Evolutionary Stages in the Milky Way
Speaker: Yancy Shirley (UA)
Host: Mark Gorski
Friday
17 Mar 2017
11:00 MT
Searching for New Pulsars for the North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational Waves
Speaker: Kevin Stovall (NRAO)
Host: Miller Goss
Friday
24 Mar 2017
11:00 MT
What Drives Star Formation in the Most Luminous galaxies in the Universe
Speaker: Jeyhan Kartaltepe (RIT)
Host :Juergen Ott
Friday
31 Mar 2017
11:00 MT
SOFIA's eye is watching the Galactic Center
Speaker: Miguel Requena Torres (UMD)
Host: Adam Ginsburg
Thursday
6 Apr 2017
14:00 MT
Special Colloquium
(AOC Room 317)


Using MWA GLEAM to unravel the nature of the low-frequency radio source population
Speaker: Thomas Franzen (Curtin/ICRAR)
Host: Bryan Butler
Friday
7 Apr 2017
11:00 MT
Exploring the low surface brightness sky with the Dragonfly Telephoto Array
Speaker: Pieter van Dokkum (Yale)
Host:Lorant Sjouwerman
Wednesday
12 Apr 2017
14:00 MT
Special Colloquium

Science with the New-Generation Radio Surveys: AGN, star formation and the evolution of galaxies
Speaker: Anna Kapinska (UWA/ICRAR)
Host: Emmanuel Momjian
Thursday
13 Apr 2017
15:00 MT
Special Colloquium

The Evolutionary Map of the Universe
Speaker: Josh Marvil (CSIRO)
Host: Bryan Butler
Friday
14 Apr 2017
11:00 MT
spring holiday - no colloquium
Friday
21 Apr 2017
11:00 MT
Lessons Learned from the former LSST Data Management Project Manager (What I wish I had done better....)
Speaker: Jeff Kantor (LSST)
Host: Rob Selina
Friday
28 Apr 2017
11:00 MT
Investigating the early formation and evolution of planetary systems with sub-mm and radio interferometers
Speaker: Luca Ricci (Rice)
Host: Claire Chandler
Friday
5 May 2017
11:00 MT
A Non-inflationary Signature in CMB Anisotropies
Speaker: Fulvio Melia (UA)
Host: Steve Myers
Friday
12 May 2017
11:00 MT
no colloquium
Friday
19 May 2017
11:00 MT

Rethinking the Fundamentals of Classical Nova Explosions
Speaker: Laura Chomiuk (MSU)
Host: Dale Frail


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