Radio Astronomy Seminar Calendar

Series Calendar

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 Date    Name   Talk Title
October 10, 2018
Lecture Recording
  David Neufeld
Johns Hopkins University
Smaller Interstellar Molecules and What They Tell Us
February 20, 2019   Felix Lockman
NRAO
Neutral Hydrogen Clouds Tracing Energetic Events in the Fermi Bubbles from the Nucleus of the Milky Way
May 15, 2019   Vicky Kaspi
McGill University
Fast Radio Bursts
April 18, 2018
Lecture Recording
  Imke de Pater
UC Berkeley

A View of our Solar System at Radio Wavelengths

 

February 7, 2018
Lecture Recording
  Eric Wilcots
University of Wisconsin
Searching for Missing Baryons and the Cosmic Web at Radio Wavelengths
October 11, 2017
Lecture Recording
  Tony Beasley
NRAO, Charlottesville
New Radio Astronomy Science Frontiers in the 2020s
April 12, 2017
Lecture Recording
   Jocelyn Bell Burnell
University of Oxford
 The Discovery of Pulsars and their  Extreme Physics
 February 22, 2017
Lecture Recording
  Dan Werthimer
Berkeley 
 Is Anybody Out There? Radio Techniques to Search for Intelligent Life
November 30, 2016
Lecture Recording
   Mark Reid
Harvard-Smithsonian
 A Telescope the Size of the Earth
May 18, 2016
Lecture Recording
  Charles Bennett
Johns Hopkins
University
Baltimore, MD
The Standard Model of Cosmology
 May 4, 2016
Lecture Recording
  Lucy Ziurys
University of Arizona
Tuscon, AZ
Our Increasingly Molecular Universe as Revealed by Radio Astronomy with Laboratory Spectroscopy
April 6, 2016
Lecture Recording
  Lyman Page
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
Measuring the Polarization and Anisotropy of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation in Chile
March 9, 2016
Lecture Recording
  Huub Rottgering
Universiteit Leiden
Netherlands
Opening up the Low Frequency Radio Sky to Study the Extragalactic Universe
February 24, 2016
Lecture Recording
  John Carlstrom
The University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
Cosmic Microwave Background Measurements from the South Pole
January  13, 2016
Lecture Recording
  Martha Haynes
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
A Renaissance in Surveys of Gas in Galaxies: From ALFA to the Future
December 2, 2015
Lecture Recording 
  Ken Kellermann
National Radio
Astronomy Observatory
Charlottesville, VA
Serendipitous Discoveries in Radio Astronomy
November 18, 2015
Lecture Recording
Scott Ransom
National Radio
Astronomy Observatory
Charlottesville, VA
But wait! There’s more!: A Wealth of Science from Millisecond Pulsars
October 28, 2015
Lecture Recording
Al Wootten
National Radio
Astronomy Observatory
Charlottesville, VA
ALMA: A New Millimeter-wave View of the Universe at High Sensitivity and High Resolution
September 30, 2015
Lecture Recording
Jim Condon
National Radio
Astronomy Observatory
Charlottesville, VA
Aperture Synthesis Interferometry: the Secret Weapon of
Radio Astronomy