Graduate Studies in Astrophysical Sciences and Technology

The Astrophysical Sciences and Technology (AST) MS/PhD



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AST Research Talks Jamboree

This year's Jamboree took place on 26 October 2012, 2-6 pm, in Carlson (76) 1275.

UR/RIT Astronomy and Astrophysics Colloquia

Mondays, 3:30pm in CAR(76)-1275 (RIT) or Bausch and Lomb 109 (UR - Tea in B&L 271). Click For Schedule.
Refreshments available from 3:30 pm, talks begin at 4:00 pm.

Getting to and parking at UR
If you are driving and have spaces in your car, or if you are looking for a ride, please use the car pool signup sheet.
Parking passes are available at the kiosk on Wilson Blvd, but there is a limited supply, so please car pool if at all possible.

Upcoming Colloquia:

4/15/2013, Fred Adams (U. Michigan): Constraints on the Birth Environment of the Solar System
4/22/2013, Chris Johns-Krull (Rice) will talk about young stars and the disks around them.
4/29/2013, Shane Davis (CITA, U. Toronto): Check email for title
5/6/2013, Amir Hajian (CITA): Precision cosmology just got better: CMB, low-redshift universe and their correlations

Astro Lunch Talks

Wednesdays, 12 pm, 82-1150. Check email for topic.

Journal Club

Tuesdays, 1pm, 76-A230. This week's papers.
Submit a paper.

CCRG Events

The CCRG also frequently hosts visiting speakers and runs a lunch talks series as well as a journal club. Find Details here:
CCRG Events schedule.

CfD Events

The Center for Detectors will be holding the "Detector Virtual Worshop". Find details in CfD News.

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