Department of Astronomy Center for Radiophysics & Space Research

Colloquia

The Astronomy Department has regular, weekly colloquia during the fall and spring terms by distinguished scientists and scholars covering essentially all aspects of current astronomy, astrophysics, and space sciences - observations, theory, simulations, instrumentation, and history of astronomy. 

The colloquia are held every Thursday afternoon 4-5 pm in room 105 of the Space Sciences Building and are preceded at 3:45 pm by tea, coffee, and cookies. The public is welcome. 

View previous Colloquia here

Dominik Riechers, Cornell University
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Peter Williams, Harvard University
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Sep. 10

TBA

Daisuke Nagai, Yale University
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Sep. 17

TBA

TBA
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Dr. Margaret Turnbull, SETI Institute, Carl Sagan Center for Life in the Universe
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Gold Lecturer: Reinhard Genzel, MPIA and UC Berkeley
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Terzian Lecturer: Ken Kellermann, NRAO
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Oct. 15

TBA

Matt Dobbs, McGill University
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Robin Wordsworth, Harvard University
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Desika Narayanan, Haverford College
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Nov. 5

TBA

Chris Thompson, CITA
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Nov. 12

TBA

Jean-Michel Desert, Univ. of Colorado Boulder
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Nov. 19

TBA

Samaya Nissanke, Radboud Univ., Netherlands
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.

Cathy Olkin, Southwest Research Institute
4:00 pm, 105 Space Sciences Bldg.