Journal Club – Spring 2019

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Date Title Speaker
January 16, 2019 “A wide-area photometric and astrometric (Gaia DR2) study of the young cluster NGC 6530” by Damiani et al. (2018) [1812.11402] Stefan Laos
January 23, 2019
January 30, 2019
February 6, 2019
February 13, 2019 SDSS IV and V Jon Bird
February 20, 2019 “A method to analyse velocity structure” by Arnold et al. (2019) [1812.05628] Karl Jaehnig
February 27, 2019 “Interacting galaxies on FIRE-2: The connection between enhanced star formation and interstellar gas content” by Moreno et al. (2019) [1902.02305] Mehnaaz Asad
March 6, 2019 Spring Break
March 13, 2019 “Near-resonance in a system of sub-Neptunes from TESS” by Quinn et al. (2019) [1901.09092] Dax Feliz
March 20, 2019 “Identifying Galaxy Mergers in Observations and Simulations with Deep Learning” by Pearson et al. (2019) [1902.10626] Abigail Petulante
March 27, 2019 “Angular momentum evolution of bulge stars in disc galaxies in NIHAO” by Wang et al. (2019) [1811.02239] Antonio Porras
April 3, 2019 “Disruption of satellite galaxies in simulated groups and clusters: the roles of accretion time, baryons, and pre-processing” by Yannick et al. (2019) [1901.03336] Christina Davis
April 10, 2019 “How to Optimally Constrain Galaxy Assembly Bias: Supplement Projected Correlation Functions with Count-in-cells Statistics” by Wang et al. (2019) [1903.09656] Adam Szewciw
April 17, 2019 “Estimates of Fast Radio Burst Dispersion Measures from Cosmological Simulations” by Pol et al. (2019) [1903.07630] Natasha McMann
April 23, 2019 “High-precision analysis of binary stars with planets. I. Searching for condensation temperature trends in the HD 106515 system” by Saffe et al. (2019) [1904.01955] George Vejar
April 30, 2019 “Testing the Accuracy of Halo Occupation Distribution Modeling using Hydrodynamic Simulations” by Beltz-Mohrmann et al. (2019) Gillian Beltz-Mohrmann
May 1, 2019 “Halo Spin from Primordial Inner Motions” by Neyrinck et al. (2019) [1904.03201] Nicholas Chason

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