Location: Spring Semester: B1 Hearst Field Annex
Time: Fridays @ 4:00pm
- GSPS is a place where students and postdocs can practice giving talks. The topics of these talks can be anything from their own research (either completed or commencing), career advancement and advice (usually from postdocs), pedagogy talks, practice qualification exam talks, job talks, etc.
- GSPS meets weekly; we aim to have one graduate student and one postdoc talk each week.
- Talks should be ~20 minutes + 5 minutes for questions.
- Please emphasize background material.
- No faculty allowed.
- GSPS is a good place to…
- promote community between students and postdocs
- practice speaking and discussing your research
- feel comfortable asking lots of questions
- learn about topics outside your own research
- If you would like feedback on your presentation, the organizers would be happy to take notes and discuss it with you afterwards (and/or ask other audience members to do so).
Organizers: Nathan Roth and Lauren Weiss (please contact us if you have questions)
Thanks for participating in GSPS!
Survey results: gspssurvey2012.pdf
|Date||Student||Talk Title||Postdoc||Talk Title|
|13 Sept, 2013||Various||Outreach opportunities||Various||Outreach opportunities|
|20 Sept, 2013||Mike McCourt||Do galaxy clusters boil?||Jason Dexter||Imaging Black Holes with the Event Horizon Telescope|
|27 Sept, 2013||Various||APR Forum||Various||APR forum|
|4 Oct, 2013||Kaylan Burleigh||Measuring protostellar properties||Freeke van de Voort||Supermassive black holes outliers in cosmological simulations|
|11 Oct, 2013||Isaac Shivvers||SN 2011dh: A Case Study in SN Geriatrics||Tushar Mittal (grad)||Debris Disks and Evolution of Planetary Systems: An Observational Perspective from Spitzer|
|18 Oct, 2013||Sedona Price||Direct measurement of dust attenuation in z~1.5 star-forming galaxies from 3D-HST||Melissa Graham||Supernovae in galaxy clusters|
|25 Oct, 2013||x||x||Ann-Marie Madigan||The serendipitous discovery of a new gravitational instability in a Kepler Potential|
|1 Nov, 2013||Lauren Weiss||An Updated Mass-Radius Relation for 59 Exoplanets Smaller than 4 Earth Radii||Adrian Liu||Next steps in 21cm cosmology|
|15 Nov, 2013|
|22 Nov, 2013||Jason Wang||Davide Martizzi|
|6 Dec, 2013||Karto Keating||Practice Qual||x||x|
|13 Dec, 2013|