ASTRONOMY COLLOQUIA Spring 2008
Talks are on Wednesday afternoons at 4 p.m.
Refreshments served 30min before talk in Bryant (BSSC) room 217
The Stellar Halo of M33 - Promises and Puzzles
Tidal Evolution of Rubble Piles
Debris Disk White Dwarfs and the Fate of Planetary Systems
Mega-masers, Dark Energy and the Hubble Constant
A Comprehensive Study of Proto-Planetary Disks around Herbig Ae/Be stars using Long-Baseline Infrared Interferometry
The Origin and Evolution of Magnetic Fields
How did the Universe begin?
Dust Masses, PAH Fractions, and Starlight Intensities in the SINGS Galaxies
Open Science Grid: Linking Universities and Laboratories in National Cyberinfrastructure
Falling in and blowing out: new insights into the inner structure of AGN
3-D Signatures of Thermonuclear Supernovae and Cosmology
Extrasolar Planets as a Blemish in Einstein's Telescope: the Gravitational Microlensing Method
Second-generation Adaptive Optics at Caltech's Observatories
The Impact of Galactic Outflows Across Cosmic Scales
Star and Planet Formation in Nearby Regions
Molecular Star Formation Rate Indicators in Galaxies: A More "Fundamental" Kennicutt-Schmidt Law?
Forming the Red Sequence in Massive Galaxy Clusters
Previous colloquia: Fall 2007, Spring 2007, Fall 2006, Spring 2006, Fall 2005
Last updated March 2008 by jt @ astro.ufl.edu