ITC Wednesday Pizza Lunch 2012 Schedule

The Institute for Theory and Computation (ITC) pizza lunch for spring 2012 will be held on Wednesdays at 1:00pm in Phillips unless stated otherwise.


Wed, 5 Sep, 1:00, Phillips Douglas Finkbeiner CfA Hints of Dark Matter in the Heavens and Underground
Wed, 12 Sep, 1:00, *Classroom* Savvas Koushiappas Brown University Novel statistical applications to gamma-ray astrophysics
Wed, 19 Sep, 1:00, Phillips Matthew Walker CfA Dark Matter(s)
Wed, 26 Sep, 1:00, Phillips Matthew Reece Harvard, Department of Physics Dark Matter Candidates from Particle Theory
Wed, 3 Oct, 1:00, Phillips Matthew Bayliss CfA Testing CDM Structure Formation with Strong Lensing Galaxy Clusters
Wed, 10 Oct, 1:00, *Classroom* Jessie Shelton Harvard, Department of Physics Thermal Dark Matter and the 130 GeV Gamma Line
Wed, 17 Oct, 1:00, Phillips Gurtina Besla Columbia University Constraining the Mass of the Milky Way
Wed, 24 Oct, 1:00, *Classroom* Simona Vegetti MIT Testing Substructure Formation with Strong Gravitational Lensing
Wed, 31 Oct, 1:00, Phillips Shy Genel CfA The Growth of Dark Matter Halos and Implications for Galaxy Formation
Wed, 7 Nov, 1:00, Phillips Elena D'Onghia University of Wisconsin The interplay between galaxies and dark substructures
Wed, 14 Nov, 1:00, Phillips Meng Su MIT Recent Evidence for Gamma-Ray Line Emission from Fermi-LAT: A Closer Look
Wed, 21 Nov, 1:00, Phillips Thanksgiving Break  
Wed, 28 Nov, 1:00, Phillips Alyson Brooks University of Wisconsin Toward the Formation of Realistic Galaxies
Wed, 5 Dec, 1:00, Phillips Eli Visbal CfA Impact of the Relative Velocity Between Baryons and Dark Matter on the First Galaxies