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 +====== Graduate Student Postdoc Seminar ======
  
 +==== Location: 544 Campbell Hall ====
 +==== Time: Fridays @ 4:​00pm ​ ====
 +
 +Past Seminars: [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Spring 2010]], ​  ​[[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Fall 2009]], ​ [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Spring 2009]], ​ [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Fall 2008]], ​ [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Spring 2008]], [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Fall 2007]], [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Spring 2007]], [[graduate_student_postdoc_seminar:​Fall 2006]]
 +----
 +===Description / Motivation:​===
 +  * GSPS meets weekly; each hour features a talk by one grad student and one postdoc on their own research.
 +  * Talks should be ~20 minutes + 5 minutes for questions.
 +  * Speakers can present work that is fully complete all the way through work in just the beginning stages.
 +  * Please emphasize background material.
 +  * (Practice qual talks / job talks are fine to present.)
 +  * 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: ​ Daniel Perley & Josh Shiode ​ (please contact us if you have questions)
 +
 +Thanks for participating in GSPS!
 +
 +
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 +^Date
 +|**3 Sep 2010** | **student:​** Peter Williams ​ //Practice Qual// |
 +| |   |
 +|**10 Sep 2010** | **student:​** Dan Perley ​ //Practice Job Talk// ​ |
 +| |   |
 +|**17 Sep 2010** | **student:​** Aaron Lee  //Forming planetesimals by gravitational instability:​ The role of the Richardson number //  |
 +| | **postdoc:​** ​ //  //  |
 +|**24 Sep 2010** | **student:​** Mike McCourt // //  |
 +| | **postdoc:​** ​ //  //   |
 +|**1 Oct 2010** | **student:​** Peter Williams //Citation Management Meets the Web//  |
 +| | **postdoc:​** Shelley Wright ​ //​Cliff'​s Notes : Capabilities of the Thirty Meter Telescope at the Diffraction-Limit// ​ |
 +|**8 Oct 2010** | **student:​** Casey Stark //Something about open-source science?// ​  |
 +| | **postdoc:​** Adam Deller ​   // //    |
 +|**15 Oct 2010** | **student:​** ​ // //   |
 +| | **postdoc:​** ​ Shirley Ho // //  |
 +|**22 Oct 2010** | **student:​** Josh Burkart ​ |
 +| | **postdoc:​** ​ Matt McQuinn ​ // //   |
 +|**29 Oct 2010** | **student:​** Adam Miller ​ //  // |
 +| | **postdoc:​** ​ Meredith Hughes ​ // //  |
 +|**5 Nov 2010** | **postdoc:​** Andrew Howard ​  // //    |
 +|**12 Nov 2010** | **student:​** Josiah Schwab // Unbound Material in Tidal Disruption Events // |
 +| | **postdoc:​** Casey Law  // Exploring the Universe with the Radio Astronomical Toolbox // |
 +|**19 Nov 2010** | **student:​** Josh Shiode // Driving Winds from Luminous Stars// ​   |
 +| | **postdoc:​** ​ Sloane Wiktorowicz ​ // //   |
 +|**3 Dec 2010** | **student:​** Daniel Perez // //      |
 +| | **postdoc:​** Genevieve Graves ​ // //   |
 +|**10 Dec 2010** | **student:​** Erik Petigura // //     |
 +| | **postdoc:​** Ryan O'​Leary ​ // //   |
 +|**21 Jan 2011** | **student:​** Sarah Newman // //     |
 +| | **postdoc:​** Ken Shen // //   |
 +| | |