Colloquia is Back!

All colloquia begin at 4:30PM and are preceded by tea in the VVO library. Masking is optional, attendees must follow Wesleyan's current COVID visitor policies, available here.




Wednesday, September 20th Petr Kabáth, Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences Big science with small telescopes - PLATOSpec a ground based support for the PLATO mission
Wednesday, October 11th Lucia Perez, Center for Computational Astrophysics and Princeton University CAMELS-SAM and beyond: cracking open the galaxy-halo connection with machine learning
Wednesday, November 1st Shreyas Vissapragada, SAO/Harvard Center for Astrophysics Three Perspectives on Planetary Outflows
Wednesday, November 15th Marla Geha, Yale University Building Statistical Samples of Low Mass Galaxies in the Local Universe
Wednesday, November 29th

Rachel Aronow (Data Science)

Coady Johnson (Environmental Education)

Mason Tea (Systems Engineering for JWST)

Astronomy Alumni Panel: Cool things you can do with an astronomy degree that don't require a PhD