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JBCA and Schuster Colloquia - 2014

JBCA Colloquia begin at 3.00pm every Wednesday in the Sir Bernard Lovell Seminar Room (3.225) in the Alan Turing Building, unless otherwise stated. Tea, coffee and biscuits are served from 2.45pm. The post-colloquium social starts at 4.30pm in the tea room.

Schuster Colloquia normally start at 2.30pm and take place in the Rutherford Lecture Theatre in the Schuster Building.

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Want to suggest a speaker? Get in touch with the JBCA Colloquium organisers: Michael Brown, Rob Beswick and Mike Peel.

 

DateSpeakerTopic
August 21
(THURSDAY)
Alan Duffy
(Swinburne)
Extra seminar - First Galaxies and DRAGONS
August 28
(THURSDAY 2.30pm)
J.F. Drake
(University of Maryland & UC Berkeley)
Extra seminar - Voyager crosses the heliopause
September 17 Shaun Hotchkiss
(Sussex)
Can we measure the ISW effect of voids? Do they explain the CMB coldspot? (what other cosmology can we do with them?)
September 24 Annette Ferguson
(Edinburgh)
The Peripheries of Nearby Galaxies: Dim but not Dull
October 1
(2:30pm)
Paola Borri Schuster Colloquium - Shedding new light on cells with coherent multiphoton microscopy
October 8 Christopher J. Conselice
(Nottingham)
Galaxy Assembly as a New Probe of Cosmology
October 15 Andrew Lyne
(JBCA/JBO Manchester)
Understanding Pulsar Spin-down
October 29 Internal Symposium
November 5
(2:30pm)
Silvia Resconi
(Munich)
Schuster Colloquium - High energy neutrinos from the Cosmos? Recent results from IceCube
November 7
(FRIDAY, 2pm)
Danny Price
(Harvard)
Extra seminar - Instrumentation to detect the dark ages
November 12 Greg Sloan
(Cornell)
The story of carbon: From carbon stars to aromatic hydrocarbons and fullerenes
November 13
(THURSDAY, 1pm)
Hans Olofsson
(Onsala)
Extra seminar - ALMA observations of the molecular jets in the proto-planetary nebula HD 101584
November 19 Rowan Smith
(Manchester)
Star Formation Then and Now
November 26
(2:30pm)
Maurizio Salaris
(Liverpool John Moores)
Galactic and extragalactic globular clusters: New views and new major problems