Solange's list of Astrotalks and Informal Meetings in Pasadena
April 21st - 25th, 2014
When Who What Where
MONDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
12:00 Ali Vanderveld (Groupon) Software Best Practices for Astrophysicists: Lessons from Nine Months in the Tech World JPL Astrophysics and Exoplanet Science Seminars
JPL Buil. 169, Room 336
4:00 Jeffrey S. Seewald (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) Synthesis of Organic Compounds in Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Environments GPS Division Seminar
Robert P. Sharp Lecture Hall (155 Arms)
4:15 (4:00) Karin Sandstrom (Arizona) Star Formation and the Cold Interstellar Medium in Nearby Galaxies Astronomy tea talk
Cahill Hameetman Auditorium
TUESDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
12:00 JPL Star Formation Lunch Talks
JPL Buil. 169, Room 336
12:15 IR/sub-mm/mm lunch
Cahill 312
4:00 Serina Diniega (JPL) Investigations of Strange, Linear Features on Mars (AKA playing with dry ice blocks in theUtah desert) Planetary Science Seminar
Salvatori Room (365 So. Mudd)
4:00 (3:30) Bob Benjamin (U. of Wisconsin-Whitewater) The Three Dimensional Milky Way Galaxy Carnegie Colloquium Series
William T. Golden Auditorium
WEDNESDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
12:00 Tim Morton (Princeton) IPAC Lunch Seminar
IPAC 102
4:00 (3:45) Davy Kirkpatrick (IPAC/Caltech) Y Dwarfs and the Field Substellar Mass Function Astronomy colloquium
Cahill Hameetman Auditorium (Cahill Ahmanson Library) 
THURSDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
noon SRL Sack Lunch Seminar
Lauritsen 248
1:00 Varoujan Gorjian (JPL) What can UV/optical/and near-IR variability tell us about accretion onto stars and black holes Time Domain Forum
Keith Spalding 410
4:00 (3:50) Keiichi Umetsu (ASIAA) Galaxy Cluster Mass Distribution from Weak-Lensing Shear and Magnification JPL Astrophysics and Exoplanet Science Seminars
JPL Buil. 169, Room 336
4:00 (3:45) Kathryn Zurek (U. of Michigan) Cosmic clues for dark matter Physics Research Conference
East Bridge 201 (East Bridge 110)
FRIDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
12:15 Michael Fall (STScI) Galaxy Formation, Angular Momentum, and the Hubble Sequence Carnegie Observatories Lunch Talks
Carnegie Conference Room
2:00 Ilias Cholis (FNAL) Update after AMS: implications on Dark Matter, local pulsar and supernova remnant sources Theoretical astrophysics and relativity seminar
370 Cahill

Times in brackets are when you should show up if you want to partake of the gastronomical inducements offered by the organizers.

I make no claim that this list is complete and comprehensive.

If there is a talk or event that you'd like me to include here, or if you spot a mistake, please email me with the details (solange at ipac.caltech.edu).