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Scientific Talks

SO/NSF OIR Lab Joint Colloquium Series Talks are held in Steward Observatory N210 at 3:30pm on Thursdays. Coffee will be available at 3:15. Light refreshments are served after the talk. Click here to stream podcasts of previous coloquium talks.

TAP Colloquium Series are held in Kuiper Space Building in room 312 at 3:45pm on Mondays with refreshments starting at 3:15.

In addition to these special talks we remind you that Steward Journal Club is every Wednesday at Noon in N305. NSF OIR Lab FLASH is every Friday from 12:00-1:00pm.

Other ongoing talk series are at Planetary Sciences (LPL) on Tuesdays at 3:45pm, and Physics colloquia are on Fridays at 3pm.

Steward Observatory Science Coffee is held at 9:30am on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. This is where graduate students, faculty, and postdocs discuss a handful of recent ArXiv papers over the course of half an hour.

FALL 2020

Fall 2020 Colloquium will be held virtually until further notice due to COVID-19 pandemic. Links to talks, if/when they are available, can be found HERE.

08/27/2020: Maura Maclauglin, University of West Virginia

09/10/2020: Emma Beasor, NSF OIR Lab

09/17/2020: Brian Williams, Goddard

09/24/2020: Monika Soraisam, University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign

10/01/2020: Dimitrios Psaltis, Steward Observatory 

10/08/2020: Amy Reines, Montana State University

10/15/2020: Laura Mayorga, Johns Hopkins University 

10/22/2020: No Colloquium 

10/29/2020: Matthew Madhavacheril, Perimeter Institute 

11/05/2020: TBA

11/12/2020: Anthony Pullen, New York University 

11/19/2020: Kirk Barrow, Stanford University

12/03/2020: TBA

12/10/2020: Jessie Christiansen, IPAC/CalTech

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