Journal Club – Spring 2014

Date Title Speaker
January 15, 2014 “The Effect of Carbon Monoxide on Planetary Haze Formation (and its implications for a planet’s ability to support life)” Horst et al. 2014 Trey Mack
January 22, 2014 “Update on the NSF Funding Status” Keivan Stassun
January 29, 2014 “Homologous Flux Ropes Observed by the Solar Dynamics Observatory Atmospheric Imaging Assembly” Li et. al Teresa Monsue
February 05, 2013 “Stellar Kinematics and Structural Properties of Virgo Cluster Dwarf Early-type Galaxies from the SMACKED Project. I. Kinematically Decoupled Cores and Implications for Infallen Groups in Clusters” Toloba et al. 2014 Meagan Lang
February 12, 2013 “Masses, Radii, and Orbits of Small Kepler Planets: The Transition from Gaseous to Rocky Planets” Marcy et al. 2014 Mike Lund
February 19, 2014 “Magnetic activity of F stars observed by Kepler” Mathur et al. 2014 Lisa Upton
February 26, 2014 “The Green Valley is a Red Herring: Galaxy Zoo reveals two evolutionary pathways towards quenching of star formation in early- and late-type galaxies” Schawinski et al. 2014 Jen Piscionere
March 05, 2014 Spring Break
March 12, 2014 “On the Operation of X-Ray Polarimeters with a Large Field of View” Muleri et al. 2014 Rose Perea
March 19, 2014 “ATLAS lifts the Cup: Discovery of a New Milky Way satellite in Crater” Belokurov et al. 2014 Lauren Palladino
March 26, 2014 Kyle Conroy
April 02, 2014 Matthew Richardson
April 09, 2014 “ALMA’s view of AGB stars” Dr. Sofia Ramstedt (Uppsala University)
April 16, 2014 “The Spitzer South Pole Deep Field Survey: Linking galaxies and haloes at z=1.5″ Martinez-Manso et al. 2014 Victor Calderon
April 23, 2014 “Atmospheric Characterization of the Hot Jupiter Kepler-13Ab” Shporer et al. 2014 Joey Rodriguez
April 29, 2014 “Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the Lyα forest of BOSS DR11 quasars” Delubac et al. 2014 Qingqing Mao
May 07, 2014 “Classifying orbits in galaxy models with a prolate or an oblate dark matter halo component” Zotos al. 2014 Baile Li
May 14, 2014 “Early Growth in a Perturbed Universe: Dark Matter Halo Properties in 2LPT and ZA Simulations” Sissom, Holley-Bockelmann, and Sinha Daniel Sissom

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