Fall Semester 2007

Date Speaker Title
Tuesday Sept. 18 Jay Lockman, NRAO The ongoing formation of the Milky Way: High Velocity clouds plunging
into the Galaxy
Tuesday Sept. 25 Alberto Bolatto, University of Maryland The Primitive Universe, Near and Far
Tuesday Oct. 2 Giles Novak, Northwestern University The Galactic Magnetic Field and its Role in Star Formation
Tuesday Oct. 9 No Seminar Monday schedule for classes
Tuesday Oct. 16 Kelsey Johnson, University of Virginia Are Super Star Clusters Actually Super?
Tuesday Oct. 23 Irena Stojimirovic, BU/IAR Parsec-scale Outflows from Low-Mass YSOs
Tuesday Oct. 30 James Jackson, BU/IAR Infrared Dark Clouds: The Birth of Star Clusters
Tuesday Nov. 6 Amalia Hicks, University of Virginia Missing Baryons: Recent Results from X-ray Observations of High-Redshift Clusters
Tuesday Nov. 13 Ian Dell’Antonio, Brown University Lensing/Dark Matter
Tuesday Nov. 20 Keivan Stassun, Vanderbilt University A Synthesis of Fundamental Issues in the Formation and Early Evolution of Low Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs
Tuesday Nov. 27 Daniela Calzetti, University of Massachusetts Star Formation in the Mid-Infrared, and implications for
the high redshift Universe
Tuesday Dec. 4 Josh Winn, MIT The Transits of Exoplanets
Tuesday Dec. 11 TBD TBA