Joint Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Astrophysics Colloquium

Current Colloquium Schedule

Datesort descending Speaker Title
February 5, 2019 Masaru Shibata (MPI Potsdam) Merger and mass ejection of neutron-star binaries in numerical relativity
February 12, 2019 Kathryn Johnston (Columbia) Welcome to the Milky Way! Gaia, the Galaxy and me
February 19, 2019 Mary Putman (Columbia) The Local Gaseous Universe: New Galaxies and Accretion
February 26, 2019 Mariska Kriek (UC Berkeley) Reconstructing the Formation Histories of Massive Galaxies
March 5, 2019 Blakesley Burkhart (CCA/Rutgers) A Predictive Theory of Star Formation and Turbulence Driving Across Cosmic Time
March 12, 2019 Brendan Bowler (UT Austin) The Origin and Demographics of Long-Period Giant Planets
March 26, 2019 Brant Robertson (UC Santa Cruz & IAS) Constraining Cosmic Reionization with Hubble, James Webb, and WFIRST
April 2, 2019 Aaron Barth (UC Irvine) Measuring Black Hole Masses in Early-Type Galaxies with ALMA
April 9, 2019 Nathan Smith (University of Arizona) Light Echoes of Eta Carinae, Massive Star Mergers, and Pre-Supernova Eruptions
April 16, 2019 Sean Andrews (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA) Observing Planet Formation
April 23, 2019 Jane Rigby (NASA Goddard) A Magnified Vision of How Galaxies Evolve
April 30, 2019 Dan Marrone (University of Arizona) The Black Hole Shadow in M87
May 7, 2019 Anthony Brown (Leiden) Spitzer Lecture


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Colloquia Archives

The Spring 2019 colloquiums are held on Tuesdays at 11:00 am at Princeton University's Astrophysical Sciences Department in Peyton Hall Auditorium. Coffee and refreshments are served at 10:30 am in the Peyton Hall Grand Central.

The Joint Astrophysics Colloquium is immediately followed by the Bahcall Lunch at 12:15 pm in Jadwin Hall Joe Henry Room.

Videos of past talks at IAS can be found on the IAS video server or on YouTube