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Colloquia and Seminars 2014-15

Colloquia talks are held weekly on Wednesdays during the academic year (September through to April) in the Bob Wright lecture theatre A104 at 3:30 pm (unless otherwise stated).  They are geared at a general audience -- faculty, staff, students and interested members of the general public are welcome.
Seminar talks are more specialized and are geared for those in a particular field. Dates and times for these talks vary.
Colloquia and seminar listings from previous academic years are listed in our archive

Fall
Colloquia

Upcoming Colloquia

Wednesday, October 1
Dr. Sean Hartnoll, Stanford University, Department of Physics
From Black Holes to Badly Behaved Metals

Wednesday, October 8
Dr. Leonardo Golubovic, West Virginia University

Wednesday, October 15
Dr. Joe Redish, University of Maryland

Wednesday, October 22
Dr. Luke Dones, Southwest Research Institute

Wednesday, October 29
Dr. Sabrina Leslie, McGill University

Wednesday, November 5
Dr. Florian Beutler, Lawrence Berkeley National Labratory

Wednesday, November 19
Dr. Witold Nazarewicz, University of Tennessee

Wednesday, November 26
Dr. Peter Palffy-Muhoray, Kent State University

Wednesday, December 3
Dr. Art Olin, TRIUMF / University of Victoria

Past Colloquia

Wednesday, September 24
Dr. Eric Ford, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics / Center for Exoplanets & Habitable World
Characterizing the Distribution of Planetary Architectures with Kepler

Wednesday, September 17
Dr. Karin Dahmen, University of Illinois
Unifying Theory for Tuned-Critical Quake Statistics: From Nanopillars to Earthquakes

Wednesday, September 10
Dr. Cornelia Hoehr, TRIUMF / University of Victoria
How Nuclear Physics Can Diagnose and Treat Cancer

Spring
Colloquia

A listing of our 2014-15 colloquia series will be posted soon.  Please check back.

Fall
Seminars

Upcoming Seminars

Past Seminars

Monday, September 22
11:00 a.m. / Elliott Building, Room 161
Dr. Rob Hoffman, Computational Nuclear Physics Group, LLNL
Type Ia Supernovae, the Best Big Bang Since the Big One

Thursday, September 11
11:30 a.m. / Elliott Building, Room 161
Chris Usher, Swinburne University
The Stellar Populations of Extragalatic Globular Clusters

Tuesday, September 02
3:00 p.m. / Elliott Building, Room 161
Dr. Bryan Miller, Gemini Observatory, La Serena, Chile
Globular Clusters and Nuclei in Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies

Spring
Seminars

A listing of our 2014-15 seminars will be posted soon.  Please check back.

Summer
Seminars

Past Seminars

Thursday, August 28
11:00 AM / Elliott Building, Room 160
Dr. Tatsuma Nishioka, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
Entanglement Entropy in Gapped Systems

Wednesday, August 13
11:00 AM / Clearihue Building, Room A202
Dr. Thomas de Boer, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, UK
The Star Formation History of Classical Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies

Friday, August 8
11:00 AM / Clearihue Building, Room A203
Dr. Erik Rosolowsky, University of Alberta
Finding the Recipe for Star Formation

Wednesday, July 30
11:00 AM / Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, Large Conference Room *
Dr. Caty Pilachowski, Dean Kirkwood Chair, Astronomy Department, University of Indiana
Exploring Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters in the Milky Way and Beyond

Wednesday, June 25
10:30 AM / Engineering and Computer Sciences Building, Room 108
Dr. Samantha Lawler, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics
What on Earth is Fomalhaut B?

Friday, June 20
10:30 AM / Elliott Building, Room 162
Dr. Geraint Lewis, University of Sydney, Australia
Lessons Learnt from PAandAS: Cosmic Evolution and the Great Plane of Dwarfs

Special
Talks

Special talks and public lectures are posted as they are scheduled.

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