ITC Colloquia 2019-2020

Thu 09/05/2019
  1. Mercedes Lopez-Morales (CfA)
  1. The Path to Detecting Molecular Oxygen in Exoplanets
Thu 09/12/2019
  1. Emily Levesque (UW) (U Washington)
  1. Red Supergiants: New Perspectives on Dying Stars
Thu 09/19/2019
  1. Valeri Makarov and Michael Efroimsky (US Naval Observatory)
  1. Rotational States and Tidal Heating of Habitable Exoplanets
Thu 09/26/2019
  1. Louise Edwards (Cal Poly, SLO)
  1. Clocking the formation of local Brightest Cluster Galaxies
Thu 10/03/2019
  1. Adi Nusser (Technion)
  1. Probes of standard and non-standard cosmology
Thu 10/10/2019
  1. Rachel Somerville (Flatiron)
  1. Think Globally Act Locally: overcoming the multiscale challenge of modeling galaxy formation
Thu 10/17/2019
  1. Ruth Angus (AMNH)
  1. The ages of stars
Thu 10/24/2019
  1. Michela Mapelli ( INAF Padova)
  1. Black hole demography in the era of gravitational-wave astronomy
Thu 10/31/2019
  1. Tom Millar (QUB)
  1. Light in the Darkness: The Role of UV Photons in the Circumstellar Envelopes of AGB Stars
Thu 11/07/2019
  1. Yuri Levin (Flatiron)
  1. Magnetic coupling between the crust and the core of neutron stars.

In Phillips!!!!!

Thu 11/14/2019
  1. Diederik Kruijssen (Heidelberg)
  1. The physics driving the molecular cloud lifecycle during galaxy formation and evolution

In Phillips!!!!!!

Thu 11/21/2019
  1. Stella Offner (UT Austin)
  1. Harnessing Machine Learning to Study Stellar Feedback

In Phillips!!

Thu 12/05/2019
  1. Yacine Ali-Haïmoud (NYU)
  1. Hunting for dark matter in the early Universe



hu 01/30/2020
  1. Martin Lesourd (Black Hole Initiative, Harvard University)
  2. Fabio Pacucci (CfA)
  1. Mathematics of Black Holes
  2. Searching for a Potentially Missing Population of Lensed z > 6 Quasars

In Phillips!

Thu 02/06/2020
  1. Mario Jurić ((U of Washington))
  1. Minimoons to Planet X: Mapping Solar System Populations with ZTF and LSST
Thu 02/13/2020
  1. Amaya Moro-Martin (STScI)
  1. Interstellar objects and their potential role in planet formation
Thu 02/20/2020
  1. Christoph Weniger ( (GRAPPA, U Amsterdam))
  1. Uncovering Dark Matter with Compact Objects and Automatic Differentiation
Thu 02/27/2020
  1. Kim-Vy Tran (University of New South Wales)
  1. ZFOURGE & MOSEL : Tracking Galaxy Growth at Cosmic Noon
Thu 03/05/2020
  1. Shy Genel (Flatiron Institute)
  1. Angular Momentum on Galactic Scales: The Roles of Initial Conditions, Non-linear Evolution, and Randomness
Thu 03/26/2020
  1. Barbara Ercolano (University Observatory Muenchen)
  1. The dispersal of planet forming discs and its role on the formation and evolution of planets
Thu 04/02/2020
  1. Ivan Cabrera-Ziri
  1. Changing the paradigm of globular cluster formation
Thu 04/09/2020
  1. Hsin-Yu Chen (BHI)
  1. Gravitational-wave observations from quarks to the Universe
Thu 04/16/2020
  1. Mohammad Safarzadeh (ITC)
  1. Binary neutron stars and r-process enrichment: past, present, and the future
Thu 04/23/2020
  1. Sandro Tacchella (CfA)
  1. Regulation of star formation and decoding the variability of star formation
Thu 04/30/2020
  1. Sownak Bose (ITC)
  1. Small is Powerful: using small-scale structure for big-scale questions
Thu 05/07/2020
  1. Carl Rodriguez (ITC)
  1. The Lives and Deaths of Star Clusters, and the Gravitational Waves They Make Along the Way