Past Tuesday UVa / NRAO Astronomy (TUNA) Lunch Talks

A series of informal, brown-bag, lunchtime seminars for the discussion of current projects and astronomical news

Upcoming Talks

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The schedule

Click on talk titles to get the abstract and location.

January 2013
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Yoshito Shimajiri, NAOJ: Possible External Triggers of Star Formation in the Orion-A Giant Molecular Cloud

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Anton Vasyunin, University of Virginia, Department of Chemistry: Ice Chemistry: How to Construct Models and Some Recent Results

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Bob Lindner, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey: The LABOCA/ACT Survey of Clusters at All Redshifts (LASCAR)

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Markus Haider, University of Innsbruck: Simulations of Galaxy Clusters

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Angela Occhiogrosso, University College London: Development of astrochemical models based on laboratory data

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February 2013
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Felix Stoehr, European Southern Observatory: The ALMA Science Archive

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Katherine Alatalo, IPAC, Caltech: AGN Feedback and SF Quenching in Nearby Galaxy NGC 1266

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Joanna Rankin, University of Vermont: Synchronous X-ray and Radio Mode Changing in Pulsar B0943+10: Evidence for a Rapid Global Transformation of the Magnetosphere

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Jeff Mangum, NRAO: An Introduction to the PASP

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Ugo Hincelin, University of Virginia, Department of Chemistry: Early phases of Solar System formation: 3D physical & chemical modeling of the collapse of a prestellar dense core.

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March 2013
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Veronique Vuitton, Institut de Planetologie et d'Astrophysique de Grenoble: Unlocking Titan's Atmospheric Chemistry with Cassini

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Jason Wright, Penn State University: MINERVA: Finding Small Planets around Nearby Stars with Penn State's Newest Telescope/MARVELS-1: Lessons in scientific paranoia

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Brett Andrews, Ohio State: The Mass-Metallicity Relation: A Window Into Galaxy Evolution

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Antony Schinckel, CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science: The Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP)

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Eric Tollerud, Yale University: What Are Local Group Satellites Telling Us About Cosmology?

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Pierre Hily-Blant, Institut de Plan├ętologie et d'Astrophysique de Grenoble: The chemistry and fractionation of nitrogen in dark clouds

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Jay Lockman, NRAO, Green Bank: Gas Without Stars in the Local Group, and other Discoveries with the Green Bank Telescope

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Amy Kimball, NRAO, Charlottesville: Debriefing from visiting Congress as a AAS representative

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