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Astronomy Seminar Schedule

Astronomy Seminars take place Wednesdays at 1:30pm, unless otherwise noted. 

Current Seminar Schedule

Date Speaker Institute Title
Jan 26 Emily Gilbert U Chicago The Detection and Characterization of Exoplanets Around M Dwarf Stars Using TESS
Feb 2 Ryan Urquhart MSU  
Feb 9 Rich Plotkin U Nevada, Reno

**Seminar at 11 am**
The Edge of Quasar Physics

Feb 16 Paul Dalba UC Santa Cruz & Riverside The Masses and Metallicities of Cool Giant Exoplanets
Feb 23
Henrike Fleischhack
NASA Goddard/Catholic University of America AMEGO-X: MeV ɣ-ray Astronomy in the Multi-messenger Era
Mar 2 Emma Beasor NOIRLab

**Seminar Cancelled**
The Impact of Realistic Mass-Loss Implementation on Red Supergiant Evolution

Mar 9 Jared Goldberg UC Santa Barbara  
Mar 16 Katie Breivik Center for Computational Astrophysics (Flatiron Institute) Binary Evolution: a Multi-messenger, Multi-band Puzzle
Mar 23 Daniel Rybarczyk University of Wisconsin - Madison Constraining the atomic conditions suitable for the formation of diffuse molecular gas
Mar 30 Shriharsh Tendulkar TIFR, Mumbai **Seminar at 10:30 am**
Recent advances in Fast Radio Burst studies from the CHIME/FRB telescope
Apr 6 Laureano Martinez Instituto de Astrofísica de La Plata (IALP) Core-collapse supernova light curve modeling
Apr 13 Jack O'Brien & Teresa Panurach MSU  
Apr 20 MSU Honor's Undergrad Thesis MSU  
Apr 27 Justin Grace & Eric Britt MSU  

Other Astronomy Related Talks

Date Speaker Institute Title Note
Sep 7 Subir Sarkar Oxford Beyond the Standard Cosmological Model HEP seminar
Sep 30 Alycia Weinberger Carnegie Institution Decoding Disks: Planet Formation and Composition Physics/Astronomy Colloquium
Oct 21 Laura Keidberg Max Planck Institute Planets are Places: Characterization of Other Worlds in the 2020s and Beyond Physics/Astronomy Colloquium
Nov 4 Jay Strader MSU Don't Fear the Spiders: New Insights from Redback Millisecond Pulsars Physics/Astronomy Colloquium
Nov 9 Christian Hack TU Munich Detection of an Astrophysical Antineutrino with IceCube HEP Seminar