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Early-Career Scientist Talks

 
 

Fall 2021

09/01/21:

Will Lockhart, How narrow is the M87* ring? Geometric modeling for the Event Horizon Telescope

09/08/21:

Katie Chamberlain, The LMC's massive influence on Local Group dynamics

10/06/21:

Allie Hughes, Linking space and ground based observational data to identify hidden globular clusters in CenA galaxy

10/13/21:

Leonardo Krapp, TBD

10/27/21:

Ryan Keenan, TBD

11/03/21:

Harry Krantz, Satellite Mega-constellations and the Impact to Astronomy

11/17/21:

Jacob Jencson, TBD

12/01/21:

Logan Pearce, TBD

Fall 2020

8/28/20:

Gabriele Bozzola, Are Black Holes Charged? A New Lesson from GW150914

9/25/20:

Micheal Lundquist, A Summary of SAGUARO Observations during Advanced LIGO/Virgo's Third Observing Run

10/02/20:

Stacey Alberts, Measuring the Total Infrared Light in High Redshift Galaxy Clusters

10/09/20:

Shuo Kong, Filament formation via Collision-induced Magnetic Reconnection

10/16/20:

Mojgan Aghakhanloo, Constraining the Evolution of Massive Stars

10/23/20:

Samantha Scibelli, Detection of Complex Organic Molecules in Starless Cores in the Taurus Molecular Cloud

10/30/20:

Jennifer Kadowaki, Spectroscopy of Ultra-diffuse Galaxies & Harnessing Deep Learning to Find Them

11/06/20: 

Narsireddy Anugu, Our Ongoing Optical Interferometry Study of Protoplanetary Disks and Exoplanets

11/13/20:

Pierre Christian, Testing Gravity with the Event Horizon Telescope

11/20/20:

Haowen Zhang, Trinity: Dark Matter Halo--Galaxy--Black Hole Connection from z=0-10

12/04/20: 

Jianwei Lyu, Mapping AGN Nuclear Obscuration with Infrared Light Echos

12/11/20:

Nico Garavito Camargo, TBA

 

Spring 2020

9/2/20:

Burcin Mutlu-Pakdil, The Smallest and Faintest Galaxies: Clues to the Nature of Dark Matter and Galaxy Formation

Kate Grier, Measuring Supermassive Black Hole Masses with the SDSS Reverberation Mapping Project

4/9/20:

Huanian Zhang, Detection of the Circumgalactic Medium of Nearby Galaxies via Emission Lines

Shuo Kong, The formation of Stick in Orion A: Interplay between Gravity, Feedback, and Magnetic Fields

4/16/20:

Jianwei Lyu, Demystifying the IR Emission of Type-1 AGNs from z~0 to z~6

Ryan Endsley, Massive Galaxies In the Reionization Era: New Insight From ALMA, MMT, and Spitzer

4/30/20:

Narsireddy Anugu, Betelgeuse with Optical Interferometry

Christine O'Donnell, Observing Correlations Bewtween Dark Matter Accretion and Galaxy Growth

5/7/20:

Irene Shivaei, Which Attenuation Curve Should We Use?: The Significant Variation of UV Dust Attenuation Curve with Metallicity at z~2

Garreth Martin, Automated Morphological Classification and Discovery Using Unsupervised Machine Learning Techniques

5/14/20:

Sixiang Wen, Continuum-Fitting the X-ray Spectra of Tidal Disruption Events

Xiao Fang, Precision Joint-Probe Analysis of Large-Scale Structure

5/21/20:

Feige Wang, Exploring Reionization-Era Quasars

Leonardo Krapp, Multispecies Simulations of Protoplanetary Disks

5/28/20:

Sebastian Haffert, Self-learning Adaptive Optics

Karen Olsen, Far-infrared Emission Line Modeling of the Interstellar Medium

6/4/20:

Harry Krantz, Chimera High Speed Photometer for SSA and Astronomy

Stacey Alberts, Completing the Census of AGN in GOODS-S/HUDF: New Ultra-Deep Radio Imaging and Predictions for JWST

6/11/20:

Ryan Westernacher-Schneider, High-Order Convergence in Simulations of Binary Neutron Star Inspiral

Kamber Schwarz, The Evolution of Volatile Carbon During Planet Formation

6/18/20:

Jinyi Yang, Multi-Wavelength Observations of the New Reionization-Era Quasar Sample: Reionization History and SMBH Growth

Carlos Vargas, Why I Stopped Waiting for Someone Else to Make Maps of the CGM

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