Past Events


Open Group Seminar: Jenny Greene (Princeton University)

12:00–1:00 pm ERC 401

Jenny Greene (Princeton University) “The Red Universe UNCOVERed: Early Spectral results from JWST Treasury Survey UNCOVER”

Aug 16

Open Group Seminar: Veronika Vodeb (University of Nova Gorica)

3:00–4:00 pm ERC 445

Veronika Vodeb (University of Nova Gorica) “Detecting and characterizing pulsar haloes with the Cherenkov Telescope Array”

Aug 11

Workshop "Lensing at different scales: strong, weak, and synergies between the two"

Through August 4, 2023 ERC 401

This workshop will bring together researchers from both regimes of lensing to discuss such questions and prepare the community to overcome the outstanding challenges with data from the next generation facilities. The workshop will have a balanced mixture of talks and discussions with ample time for collaboration in breakout groups.

Jul 31

Space Talk: Kenneth Sembach (STScI)

12:00–1:00 pm Zoom

Kenneth Sembach (STScI) “Rewriting Cosmic History: James Webb Space Telescope”

Jul 23

PhD Thesis Defense: Georgios Zacharegkas

10:00–11:00 am ERC 501

Georgios Zacharegkas “Modeling the non-linear scales in Cosmology via the galaxy-halo connection with applications in DES Y3”

Jul 14

PhD Thesis Defense: Clarke Esmerian

11:00 am–12:00 pm ERC 401

Clarke Esmerian “Modeling Dust Production, Growth, and Destruction in Reionization-Era Galaxies”

Jun 27

Open Group Seminar: Emily Biermann (University of Pittsburgh)

1:00–2:00 pm ERC 401

Emily Biermann (University of Pittsburgh) “The Millimeter Transient Sky”

Jun 23

Particle Theory Seminar: Lingfeng Li (Brown University)

1:30–2:30 pm MCP 201

Lingfeng Li (Brown University) “New inflationary probes of axion dark matter”

Jun 7

KICP Cosmology Lunch (Funch)

12:00–1:00 pm ERC 501

Please join us for an informal lunch discussion, led by KICP fellows, of recent news and papers in cosmology. Topics range from experiment and observations to theory in all areas of KICP science.

Jun 2

Astro Tuesday: Dhayaa Anbajagane and Rich Kron

12:00–1:00 pm ERC 501

Dhayaa Anbajagane “Painting baryons onto halos: accessing small-scale astrophysics from large-scale datasets” and Rich Kron “Time-domain Science from Early Photographs”

May 30