Journal Club – Spring 2012

Date Title Speaker
January 18, 2012 AAS Science Overview Nathan De Lee
January 25, 2012 Understanding the effect of magnetic fields on low mass stars Leslie Hebb
February 1, 2012 Accretion Geometry of the Low-Mass X-ray Binary Aquila X-1 in the Soft and Hard States (Sakurai et al. 2012) Caitlin Byrd-Fisher
February 8, 2012 The Stellar Activity-Rotation Relationship and the Evolution of Stellar Dynamos (Wright et al. 2011) Fabienne Bastien
February 15, 2012 The Eye of the Storm: Light from the Inner Plunging Region of Black Hole Accretion Discs by Zhu et. al 2012 Brittany Kamai
February 22, 2012 The Metalicity Evolution of Interacting Galaxies Meagan Lang
February 29, 2012 Two distinct halo populations in the solar neighborhood III (Schuster et al. 2011) Lauren Palladino
March 7, 2012 Spring Break
March 14, 2012 The Missing Satellite Problem: Too Big to Fail or Just Right? Jennifer Piscionere
March 21, 2012 Detection of Galaxy Cluster Motions with the Kinematic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect Qingqing Mao
March 28, 2012 Galaxy Definedi (Willman & Strader ApJ 2012) Baile Li
April 4, 2012 Building up the spectrum of cosmic-rays in star forming regions (Torres et al. 2008) Matthew Richardson
April 11, 2012 How important is the dark matter halo for black hole growth? (Volontari, Natarajan, & Kayhan Gultekin) Daniel Sissom
April 18, 2012 The Exozodiacal Dust Problem for Direct Observations of ExoEarths (Roberge et al 2012) Victor Garcia
April 25, 2012 The Low-mass Stellar Population in L1641: Evidence for Environmental Dependence of the Stellar Initial Mass Function (Hsu et al 2012) Thompson Le Blanc
May 2, 2012 LkCa 15: A Young Exoplanet Caught at Formation? (Kraus & Ireland 2012) Trey Mack



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