Thunch schedule for Fall/Winter 2017

  • Sep 7
    • Kate Alexander
    • Grad student, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
    • host: Hayk Hakobyan
    • Cosmic Extremes: Probing Energetic Transients with Radio Observations
  • Sep 14
    • Or Graur
    • NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
    • Rage against the dying of the light: what can we learn from three-year-old supernovae?
  • Sep 21
    • Yong Zheng
    • Grad student, Columbia University
    • host: Adrian Price-Whelan
    • The Cycle of Gaseous Baryons between the Disk and Halo
  • Sep 28
    • no speaker
  • Oct 5
    • Stephane Courteau
    • Professor, Queen's University
    • host: Michael Strauss
    • Puzzles in Galaxy Scaling Relations
  • Oct 12
    • Ben Margalit
    • Grad student, Columbia University
    • host: Hayk Hakobyan
    • White Dwarf - Neutron Star Mergers: from Peculiar Supernovae to Pulsar Planets
  • Oct 19
    • Jean-Baptiste Fouvry
    • Postdoc, IAS
    • Finite-N effects and secular evolution of self-gravitating systems
  • Oct 26
    • Philip Cowperthwaite
    • Grad student, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
    • host: Hayk Hakobyan
    • GW170817: The Dawn of Joint Gravitational Wave and Electromagnetic Astronomy
  • Nov 2
    • Song Huang
    • Post-doc Researcher, University of California, Santa Cruz
    • host: Jenny Greene
    • New Insights about the Assembly of Massive Galaxies from the Hyper Suprime-Cam
  • Nov 9
    • Cameron Liang
    • Grad student, University of Chicago
    • host: Sean Johnson
    • Clouds in the Galactic Sky - Observations and Simulations of the Circumgalactic Medium
  • Nov 16
    • Aleksey Generozov
    • Grad student, Columbia University
    • host: Hayk Hakobyan
    • Formation of X-ray binaries via tidal capture in the Galactic Center
  • Nov 30
    • Adam Jermyn
    • Cambridge University
    • host: Luke Bouma
    • Enhanced Rotational Mixing in Massive Stars
  • Dec 7
    • James Cho
    • Queen Mary, University of London
    • host: James Stone
    • Storms and Jets on Giant Planets
  • Dec 14
    • Peter Melchior
    • Associate Research Specialist, Princeton University
    • What do galaxies, roof tops, and cocktail parties have in common?