Astrophysics Events

  • Thursday, December 5, 2019
    Rutgers University Astrophysics Seminar - Title Added
    “The Life of Galaxies: Internal and external processes regulating their star formation cycle”

    Location: Serin Hall, Room W330
    Time: 1:30 PM
    Speaker(s): Toby Brown, McMaster University
    Note: Refreshments to follow in room W332.

    Description: Every star in our Milky Way, and in all other galaxies, was born from the collapse of a cloud of hydrogen gas. The importance of cold gas in galaxy evolution is therefore well established, as is its role as a probe of recent environmental effects on galaxies. However, sensitivity limitations mean the extent to which internal and external processes drive variations in the gas-star formation cycle of galaxies remains unclear. In this talk I will show how we take full advantage of the powerful atomic hydrogen spectral stacking technique to overcome this obstacle and provide strong observational evidence of significant and systematic environment driven gas stripping across the group regime, well before galaxies enter the cluster. This was accomplished using the largest sample of atomic gas and multi-wavelength information then available (28,000 galaxies), selected according to stellar mass (M*>10^9 Msol) and redshift (0.02 <= z <= 0.05) only. Finally, I will show how state-of-the-art ALMA observations of molecular gas in local ultra-luminous infrared galaxies (ULIRGs) can be used to test if the stellar initial mass function (IMF) varies fundamentally between galaxies. Under the assumption that the observed emission is optically thin, we conclude local ULIRGs and their progeny have an excess in massive star formation; in other words, they are producing a top-heavy IMF.
    http://www.physics.rutgers.edu/ast/seminar/

  • Thursday, December 5, 2019
    Princeton University Thunch Talk - Tittle Added
    “Untangling the Galaxy”

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 033 (basement)
    Time: 2:00 PM
    Speaker(s): Marina Kounkel, Western Washington University
    Note: Special time!

    Description: Gaia DR2 provides unprecedented precision in measurements of the distance and kinematics of stars in the solar neighborhood. Through applying unsupervised machine learning on 5D data set (3D position + 2D velocity), we identify a number of clusters, associations, and comoving groups within 1 kpc and. Many of these groups appear to be filamentary or string-like, oriented in parallel to the Galactic plane, and some span hundreds of parsec in length. Most of these strings lack a central cluster, indicating that their filamentary structure is primordial, rather than the result of tidal stripping or dynamical processing. The youngest strings (<100 Myr) are orthogonal to the Local Arm. The older ones appear to be remnants of several other arm-like structures that cannot be presently traced by dust and gas. The velocity dispersion measured from the ensemble of groups and strings increase with age, suggesting a timescale for dynamical heating of 300 Myr. This timescale is also consistent with the age at which the population of strings begins to decline, while the population in more compact groups continues to increase, suggesting that dynamical processes are disrupting the weakly bound string populations, leaving only individual clusters to be identified at the oldest ages. These data shed a new light on the local galactic structure and a large-scale cloud collapse.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/Thunch

  • Thursday, December 5, 2019
    Drexel University Physics Colloquium
    “The Quark Gluon Plasma: A Look Inside the Hottest Matter in the Universe”

    Location: Disque Hall 919, 32 South 32nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Time: 3:30 PM
    Speaker(s): Anne Sickles, University of Illinois

    Description: Under normal conditions quarks and gluons are confined within protons and neutrons, which in turn are confined to the atomic nucleus. However, in the early universe, about a millionth of a second after the Big Bang,the temperature was hot enough that neither nuclei nor protons and neutrons had formed. This matter, consisting of deconfined quarks and gluons is called the Quark Gluon Plasma. This matter can be recreated in laboratory experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN and the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and Brookhaven National Laboratory by colliding pairs of nuclei at ultrarelativistic energies. Interestingly, a good description of the bulk properties of this matter can be made in terms of nearly ideal hydrodynamics. A major focus of the current effort in this field is to understand how this fluid behavior emerges from the interactions between the quarks and gluons. The main experimental tool in this study is high momentum quarks and gluons, jets, passing through the plasma which act as short length scale probes. Measurements using the first LHC data from collisions between two lead nuclei at top energies have recently become available and I will discuss what we have learned from these measurements as well as how upcoming data from the LHC and RHIC will together constrain the inner workings of the quark gluon plasma.
    http://drexel.edu/coas/academics/departments-centers/physics/events/

  • Thursday, December 5, 2019
    Hamilton Colloquium Series
    “Driving Down the Cost of Fusion Power Through Technical Innovation”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, Room A10
    Time: 4:00 PM
    Speaker(s): Steve Cowley, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

    Description: The National Academy has recently called for the US to adopt a strategy to produce fusion electricity from a compact pilot plant by mid-century. This approach requires innovations in technology (e.g. magnet systems and power handling systems) and innovations in physics. I will introduce the key issues that challenge the current program and recent theoretical and experimental progress. I will also discuss research at PPPL to develop optimal three dimensional magnetic configurations and low cost engineering solutions for their realization.

  • Friday, December 6, 2019
    Princeton University HSC Group Discussion
    “General Discussion”

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 025
    Time: 10:00 AM

  • Friday, December 6, 2019
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Friday, December 6, 2019
    Princeton University Gravity Group Lunch Seminar - Added
    “Detection and Removal of Dust Foregrounds in the B-mode CMB via Statistical Anisotropy”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, Joe Henry Room, Room 102
    Time: 12:00 PM
    Speaker(s): Oliver Philcox, Princeton University Graduate Student

    Description: Searches for inflationary gravitational wave signals in the CMB B-mode polarization are expected to reach unprecedented power over the next decade. A major difficulty in these ongoing searches is that Galactic foregrounds such as dust can easily mimic inflationary signals. Though typically foregrounds are separated from primordial signals using the foregrounds' different frequency dependence, in this talk Ill discuss the extent to which the galactic dust B-modes' statistical anisotropy can be used to distinguish them from inflationary B-modes. I will present the results of our new estimator applied to simulated data-sets appropriate for upcoming CMB experiments, showing that we can detect residual dust levels corresponding to r~0.001 at 2 sigma for CMB-S4 noise levels. Ill also outline how anisotropy statistics can be used to construct an estimate of the dust B-mode map, which could potentially be used to clean the B-mode sky.  Should you wish to order lunch, you may do so by 10am on Thursday here:
    https://forms.gle/dtBfQU6s6hCpJBnA7

  • Friday, December 6, 2019
    Princeton University Astroplasmas Seminar - Speaker & Title Added
    “Modeling Blazar Jets with Particle Transport Methods”

    Location: Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM
    Speaker(s): Tiffany Lewis, Tel Aviv University

    Description:  
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/astroplasmas

  • Monday, December 9, 2019
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Galread [Galactic/Extragalactic Reading Group]

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Grand Central
    Time: 11:00 AM
    Speaker(s): Hannah Ubler, Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics

    Description: Each week, we hold a relatively informal seminar/discussion series in Peyton Hall with an emphasis on extra-galactic and large-scale structure astrophysics. During Galread a leader/visitor presents a recent paper to the discussion group. The PDF of the paper is projected onto a large screen, and a guest explains the paper, section by section, in greater detail than may be explained within the text of the article. To aid with discussion, only the article PDF is presented -- no powerpoint-style slides. Galread discussions are very friendly and interactive. If you would like to present at Galread, please contact Andy Goulding (goulding[at]astro.princeton.edu) or Jenny Greene (jgreene[at]astro.princeton.edu). 
    http://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/galread

  • Monday, December 9, 2019
    Princeton University Exoplanet Discussion Group
    “Placing the Solar System into the Galactic Exoplanet Census”

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 12:15 PM
    Speaker(s): Songhu Wang, Yale University

    Description: While the exoplanetary field is replete with remarkable discoveries, perhaps the two most intriguing findings have been the startling abundance of super-Earths a type of world entirely missing from our solar system, and the detection of hot Jupiters giant planets orbiting perilously close to their parent stars. The mere existence of these worlds was wholly unpredicted based on the expectations that were gleaned from centuries of observation of our own solar system. This talk allows me to compare the observing properties (e.g., Multiplicity, Obliquity, Mutual inclination, intra-system Similarity) between exoplanetary systems and our own Solar System, and thereby address critical gaps currently facing exoplanet research: How did hot Jupiters migrate to their current locations? How does a huge population of super-Earths arise in the inner terrestrial zone of the average star? and how can we fit our Solar System into the big picture?
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/extrasolar-planets

  • Monday, December 9, 2019
    Gravity Initiative Lunch
    “Numerical Methods in General Relativity and the Physics of Compact Objects”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, Princeton Gravity Initiative, 4th Floor
    Time: 12:30 PM
    Speaker(s): Antonios Tsokaros, University of Illinois

    Description: Every astrophysically realistic simulation needs accurate initial data and in this talk I will present methods to obtain such solutions for a variety of problems. In particular I will focus on a new initial data formulation to solve the full set of Einstein equations for spacetimes that contain a black hole under general conditions. As an application I will present nonaxisymmetric, self-gravitating tori in the presence of a black hole whose spin is tilted with respect to the angular momentum of the disk. The numerical implementation of these methods is done in the context of the Compact Object CALculator (COCAL) code whose purpose is to provide initial data for any general-relativistic system.

    In the second part of this talk I will address two questions: First, how one can distinguish a binary black hole undergoing a merger from a binary neutron star if the individual compact companions have masses that fall inside the so-called mass gap of 3-5 solar masses? I will show that although the ringdown phase is indistinguishable from the perturbed Kerr spacetime, the inspiral phase can lead to measurable differences. Second, whether any of the known neutron stars that exhibit ergoregions are dynamically stable? If not, can we identify any dynamically stable ergostar? The answer to these questions will have consequences to the conjecture by Komissarov that a horizon is not necessary for the energy creation of a relativistic jet.

  • Monday, December 9, 2019
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion - Speaker 1

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM
    Speaker(s): ChangHoon Hahn, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, December 9, 2019
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion - Speaker 2
    “Implications of Future Large-Scale Structure Observations for the Neutrino Mass Sum”

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM
    Speaker(s): Thejs Brinckmann, Stony Brook University

    Description: In the next decade we will almost certainly measure the neutrino mass sum to high significance. Neutrino cosmology faces a revolution due to upcoming large-scale structure surveys such as Euclid and DESI. Although accurate modelling of non-linear scales will be crucial for reaching high levels of significance, we will have a wealth of data from other sources as well: future CMB experiments will not only complement large-scale structure data through observations of the primary CMB anisotropies and lensing, but will allow us to probe the large-scale distribution of matter through the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect.

    Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.

     
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Tuesday, December 10, 2019
    Institute for Advanced Study/Princeton University Joint Astrophysics Colloquium

    Location: Bloomberg Hall Lecture Hall
    Time: 11:00 AM
    Speaker(s): Jim Fuller, California Institute of Technology
    Note: Coffee and refreshments are available from 10:30 am in the Bloomberg Hall Commons Room. Lunch will be provided for all and available in the back of the Dilworth Room. Please enter the Dilworth Room using the last door in the hallway.

    Description:  
    https://www.sns.ias.edu/astrophysics/joint-iaspu-astrophysics-colloquium

  • Tuesday, December 10, 2019
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

    Description:  

  • Tuesday, December 10, 2019
    Pheno & Vino Seminar
    “Gamma-ray Observations of M31 and Dark Matter Implications”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, Room 303
    Time: 4:00 PM
    Speaker(s): Simona Murgia, University of California, Irvine

    Description: The Andromeda galaxy is the closest spiral galaxy to us. It harbors a massive dark matter halo which may span up to 600 kpc across and comprises 90% of the galaxys total mass. This halo size translates into a large diameter of 42 degrees on the sky for an M31Milky Way distance of 785 kpc, but its presumably low surface brightness makes it challenging to detect with gamma-ray telescopes. Using data from the Fermi Large Area Telescope, we make a detailed study of the gamma-ray emission between 1-100 GeV towards Andromeda's outer halo, and perform an in-depth analysis of the systematic uncertainties  related to the observations. In this talk, I will discuss these results and implications for dark matter.

  • Thursday, December 12, 2019
    Institute for Advanced Study Informal Astrophysics Seminar

    Location: Bloomberg Hall, Astrophysics Library
    Time: 11:00 AM
    Speaker(s): Irina Zhuravleva, University of Chicago
    https://www.sns.ias.edu/astrophysics/informal-seminars

  • Thursday, December 12, 2019
    Hamilton Colloquium Series
    “Diversity and Memory in Self-Organised Immune Repertoires”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, Room A10
    Time: 4:00 PM
    Speaker(s): Thierry Mora, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris

    Description: The immune system is composed of a large number of heterogenous interacting components that collectively recognize and clear pathogens. To cover the high-dimensional molecular space of all possible threats, including those that have never been seen before, the adaptive immune system is endowed with a wide variety of receptor proteins, which are created by random cutting-and-pasting of the DNA in each cell. I will show how the rules of that process can be statistically learned from high-throughput sequencing data, and can be used to calculate its entropy and to predict accurately receptor overlap between individuals. I will then present a theoretical framework for thinking about optimal designs for enacting and encoding immune memory through the self-organisation of the repertoire.

  • Friday, December 13, 2019
    Princeton University HSC Group Discussion
    “General Discussion”

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 025
    Time: 10:00 AM

  • Friday, December 13, 2019
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Friday, December 13, 2019
    Princeton University Machine Learning for the Sciences

    Location: Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML), 26 Prospect Ave, Auditorium 103
    Time: 12:00 PM
    Note: Lunch will be served.

    Description: This interdisciplinary meeting focusses on ML approaches that are useful for the sciences and engineering. The style is informal, a mix of journal club, practical tutorials, and project discussion from the participants. Join us if you want to learn new ML approaches for scientific research and, in particular, if you're already using them. The material we discuss is collected on the meeting repository. If you want to suggest papers to discuss, open an issue in the repo. The group will meet every other week.
    https://csml.princeton.edu/events/machine-learning-sciences

  • Monday, December 16, 2019
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Galread [Galactic/Extragalactic Reading Group]

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Grand Central
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Each week, we hold a relatively informal seminar/discussion series in Peyton Hall with an emphasis on extra-galactic and large-scale structure astrophysics. During Galread a leader/visitor presents a recent paper to the discussion group. The PDF of the paper is projected onto a large screen, and a guest explains the paper, section by section, in greater detail than may be explained within the text of the article. To aid with discussion, only the article PDF is presented -- no powerpoint-style slides. Galread discussions are very friendly and interactive. If you would like to present at Galread, please contact Andy Goulding (goulding[at]astro.princeton.edu) or Jenny Greene (jgreene[at]astro.princeton.edu). 
    http://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/galread

  • Monday, December 16, 2019
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion - Speaker 1

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    Speaker(s): Alex Krolewski, University of California, Berkeley

    Description:  
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, December 16, 2019
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion - Speaker 2

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    Speaker(s): Erwan Allys, École Normale Supérieure

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. This week's meeting is at the Institute for Advanced Study. Attendees can bring lunch or purchase it in the IAS Dining Hall.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Friday, December 20, 2019
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Monday, January 6, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Friday, January 10, 2020
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Monday, January 13, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Friday, January 17, 2020
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Wednesday, January 22, 2020
    University of Pennsylvania Physics & Astronomy Colloquium

    Location: David Rittenhouse Laboratory (209 South 33rd Street), Room A8
    Time: 4:00 PM
    http://www.physics.upenn.edu/events/https://www.physics.upenn.edu/events/department-colloquiums

  • Friday, January 24, 2020
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Monday, January 27, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Friday, January 31, 2020
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Monday, February 3, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Friday, February 7, 2020
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Monday, February 10, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Tuesday, February 11, 2020
    Deep Learning for Physics

    Location: TBA
    Time: 11:45 AM
    Speaker(s): TBA
    Note: Each talk will be preceded with lunch at 11:45 am. The talks will be held from 12:25-1:30 pm. Please check the specific date for room location.

    Description:  

  • Friday, February 14, 2020
    Princeton University Astrophysical Sciences Supernova Discussion Group

    Location: Peyton Hall, Room 140
    Time: 11:00 AM

    Description: Everyone is welcome. Adam Burrows is the organizer.

  • Monday, February 24, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, March 2, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Wednesday, March 4, 2020
    Gravity Initiative Workshop
    “The Future of the PLANCK Data”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, PCTS Seminar Room, 4th Floor
    Time: 8:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Thursday, March 5, 2020
    Gravity Initiative Workshop
    “The Future of the PLANCK Data”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, PCTS Seminar Room, 4th Floor
    Time: 8:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Friday, March 6, 2020
    Gravity Initiative Workshop
    “The Future of the PLANCK Data”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, PCTS Seminar Room, 4th Floor
    Time: 8:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Monday, March 9, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Tuesday, March 10, 2020
    Deep Learning for Physics

    Location: TBA
    Time: 11:45 AM
    Speaker(s): TBA
    Note: Each talk will be preceded with lunch at 11:45 am. The talks will be held from 12:25-1:30 pm. Please check the specific date for room location.

    Description:  

  • Monday, March 16, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2020
    University of Pennsylvania Physics & Astronomy Colloquium

    Location: David Rittenhouse Laboratory (209 South 33rd Street), Room A8
    Time: 4:00 PM
    http://www.physics.upenn.edu/events/https://www.physics.upenn.edu/events/department-colloquiums

  • Monday, March 23, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, March 30, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Wednesday, April 1, 2020
    University of Pennsylvania Physics & Astronomy 34th Henry Primakoff Lecture

    Location: David Rittenhouse Laboratory (209 South 33rd Street), Room A8
    Time: 4:00 PM

    Description:  
    https://www.physics.upenn.edu/events/department-colloquiums

  • Monday, April 6, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Tuesday, April 7, 2020
    Deep Learning for Physics

    Location: TBA
    Time: 11:45 AM
    Speaker(s): TBA
    Note: Each talk will be preceded with lunch at 11:45 am. The talks will be held from 12:25-1:30 pm. Please check the specific date for room location.

    Description:  

  • Monday, April 13, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, April 20, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, April 27, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, May 4, 2020
    Gravity Initiative Workshop
    “Exploring Supermassive Black Holes”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, PCTS Seminar Room, 4th Floor
    Time: 8:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Monday, May 4, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Tuesday, May 5, 2020
    Gravity Initiative Workshop
    “Exploring Supermassive Black Holes”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, PCTS Seminar Room, 4th Floor
    Time: 8:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Wednesday, May 6, 2020
    Gravity Initiative Workshop
    “Exploring Supermassive Black Holes”

    Location: Jadwin Hall, PCTS Seminar Room, 4th Floor
    Time: 8:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Monday, May 11, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, May 18, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Princeton University, Peyton Hall, Dome Room, Room 201
    Time: 12:30 PM

    Description: Organizers are Jo Dunkley, Princeton University, and Matias Zaldarriaga, Institute for Advanced Study. The lunch will be held either at Princeton University or the Institute for Advanced Study. Check the calendar for the meeting location. This week's meeting is at Princeton University. Attendees can bring lunch.
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, June 1, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, June 15, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, June 29, 2020
    Princeton University/Institute for Advanced Study Early Universe/Cosmology Lunch Discussion

    Location: Institute for Advanced Study, West Building, West Seminar Room
    Time: 12:30 PM
    https://web.astro.princeton.edu/events/seminars/cosmology-lunch

  • Monday, July 13, 2020
    PiTP 2020

    Time: 7:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Monday, July 13, 2020
    PiTP 2020

    Time: 7:00 AM

    Description:  

  • Tuesday, September 1, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 8, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 15, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 22, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 29, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 6, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 13, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 27, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 3, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 17, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 24, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, December 1, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, December 8, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, December 15, 2020
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 7, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 14, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 21, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 5, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 12, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 19, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, October 26, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 2, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 9, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 16, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 23, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, November 30, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, December 7, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, December 14, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM

  • Tuesday, December 21, 2021
    Institute for Advanced Study / Princeton University Bahcall Lunch

    Location: Dilworth Room
    Time: 12:15 PM