2019-2020 Seminar Series
Aug 27: Carolyn Raithel (Arizona) - "Constraints on the Neutron Star Equation of State from Gravitational Wave Events"
Sep 3: Annika Peter - TBD
Sep 10: Shany Danieli (Yale) - "Diffuse Galaxies As a Probe for Dark Matter"
Sep 17: Subhash Bose/ Todd Thompson - TBD
Sep 24: Amy Sardone/ Juri Smirnov (OSU Postdocs) - TBD
Oct 1: Samantha Benincasa (UC Davis) - TBD
Oct 8: TBD
Oct 15: Eric Bell - TBD
Oct 22: Jason Nordhaus (RIT) - "Common Envelope Evolution"
Oct 29: Michael Tremmel (Yale) - "The RomulusC Simulation: Exploring Galaxy Evolution in Clusters at Unprecedented Resolution"
Nov 5: Ivanna Escala (Caltech) - "Chemical Abundances in the Outer Disk, Giant Stellar Stream, and Inner Halo of Andromeda"
Nov 12: Carlos Blanco (Chicago) - "New Constraints on Dark Matter from Organic Targets: What Organic Chemistry Can do for Direct Detection"
Nov 19: Anna Wright (Rutgers) - "Denizens of the Low Surface Brightness Universe"
Nov 26: TBD
Dec 3: Alexie Leauthaud (UC Santa Cruz) - "Galaxies and Dark Matter: Cosmology, Correlations, and Conundrums"
Dec 10: Jae Hyeok Chang (Stonybrook) - "Exotic Compact Objects in a Dissipative Dark Sector"
2019 Summer Seminars
Summer seminars are given by internal researchers, postdocs and graduate students
June 17: Marshall Johnson (OSU Astronomy) - "Constraining the Origins of Hot Jupiters with Spin-Orbit Misalignments"
June 25: Ashley Ross (OSU Physics) - "The Status of Galaxy Redshift Surveys"
Stephen Prohira (OSU Physics) - "The anomalous events detected by ANITA: an overview"
July 2: Ami Choi (OSU Physics) -"Accurate Cosmology with Near-Infrared Detectors"
2018-2019 Seminar Series
Sep 4: Takahiro Sudoh (OSU Physics) - "High-energy gamma-ray and neutrino production in star-forming galaxies across cosmic time"
Sep 4: Johnny Greco (OSU Physics) - "Uncovering diffuse galaxies across environments with the Hyper Suprime-Cam"
Sep 11: Jose Manuel Zorrilla Matilla (Columbia) - "Extracting Cosmological Information from Weak Lensing Surveys"
Sep 18: Mehr Un Nisa (Rochester) - "Looking for new Physics with HAWC Observations of the Moon and the Sun"
Sep 25: Kris Pardo (Princeton) - "Astrophysical Tests of Gravitation and Dark Matter"
Oct 2: Matt Orr (Caltech) - "Spatially Resolving Star Formation Scaling Relations in Cosmological Simulations"
Oct 9: Kareem El-Badry (Berkeley) - "Dwarf galaxies as laboratories for astrophysics and cosmology"
Oct 16: Tanvi Karwal (Johns Hopkins) - "Early dark energy as a solution to the Hubble tension"
Oct 23: Eduardo Rozo (Arizona) - "Cosmic Concordance?"
Oct 30: Claire Guepin (IAP) - "Chasing the Cosmic Accelerators with Multiple Messengers"
Nov 6: Hongwan Liu (MIT)
Nov 13: Ekta Patel (Arizona)
Dec 4: Emanuele Castorina (Berkeley)
Jan 15: Johannes Lange (Yale)
Jan 22: Yi-Kuan Chiang (Johns Hopkins)
Jan 29: Fiorenzo Vincenzo (Hertfordshire, UK)
Feb 5: Tsang Keung Chan (UC San Diego)
Feb 12: Steven Prohira (OSU) and Jack Elvin-Poole (OSU)
Monday Feb 18: Hugh Lippincott (Fermilab) - "Doping xenon for improved performance - searching for dark matter with xenon detectors"
Feb 19: Albert Chuang (Stanford) - "Robust sub-percentage measurements from large-scale structure of galaxy clustering"