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ASTRONOMY COLLOQUIA Fall 2010

Talks are on Wednesday afternoons at 4 p.m. in Florida Gym 210

Refreshments served 30min before talk in Bryant (BSSC) room 217

DATE/LOC.
SPEAKER
TITLE (click for abstract)
HOST
WED. Sept. 1
FLG 210
Sam Falle
(University of Leeds)

SPH versus AMR

Van Loo
WED. Sept. 8
FLG 210
Gary Ferland
(University of Kentucky)

What powers the intra-cluster filaments in large clusters of galaxies?

Hamann
WED. Sept. 15
FLG 210
Astro Intro

A series of 1 minute talks introducing astrophysics research at UF

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WED. Sept. 22
FLG 210
Cosimo Fedeli
(University of Florida)

The almost Gaussian Universe

...
WED. Sept. 29
FLG 210
David Reitze
(University of Florida)

The Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO): A New Way to look at the Universe

...
WED. Oct. 6
FLG 210
Konstantin V. Getman
(Penn State)

Big X-ray Flares from Baby Stars

Kargaltsev
WED. Oct. 13
FLG 210
Alexandra Pope
(UMass/Amherst)

Disentangling Star Formation and Active Galactic Nuclei Activity over Cosmic Time

Gonzalez
WED. Oct. 20
FLG 210
Ralph D.Lorenz
(Johns Hopkins)

Titan Unveiled

Kehoe
WED. Oct. 27
FLG 210
Nathan Smith
(Arizona)

The Steady March of Feedback-Driven Star Formation in the Carina Nebula

Barnes
WED. Nov. 3
FLG 210
David Martinez Delgado
(MPIA Heidelberg)

A Survey of Stellar Tidal Stream in Nearby Spiral Galaxies

A. Sarajedini
WED. Nov. 10
FLG 210
Andrew Howard
(UC Berkeley)

The Occurrence and Mass Distribution of Close-in Super-Earths, Neptunes, and Jupiters

Ford
WED. Nov. 17
FLG 210
Diana Hannikainen
(Aalto University & FINCA, Univ. of Turku)

Cygnus X-3: still absorbing after all these years

Bandyopadhyay
WED. Nov. 24
FLG 210
No Colloquium

Thanksgiving

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WED. Dec. 8
FLG 210
Eva Villaver
(Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)

The fate of planets

A. Sarajedini

Other UF Astrophysics talks

Future colloquia: Spring 2011

Previous colloquia: Spring 2010, Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2008, Spring 2008, Fall 2007, Spring 2007, Fall 2006, Spring 2006, Fall 2005

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