Solange's list of Astrotalks and Informal Meetings in Pasadena
May 25th - 29th, 2015
When Who What Where
MONDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
12:00 JPL Astrophysics and Exoplanet Science Seminars
JPL Buil. 169, Room 336
4:00 GPS Division Seminar
Robert P. Sharp Lecture Hall (155 Arms)
TUESDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
11:00 Brittany Kamai (U. Chicago) Gravitational Waves, Interferometers, GR Astronomy tea talk
Cahill Hameetman Auditorium
12:00 JPL Star Formation Lunch Talks
JPL Buil. 169, Room 336
12:15 IR/sub-mm/mm lunch
Cahill 312
4:00 Jim Fuller (Caltech) Saturn seismology: complex interactions between the planet, the rings, and the moons Planetary Science Seminar
Salvatori Room (365 So. Mudd)
4:00 (3:30) Scott Ransom (NRAO) But wait! There's more!: A Wealth of Science from Millisecond Pulsars Carnegie Colloquium Series
William T. Golden Auditorium
WEDNESDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
12:00 Rik can Lieshout (U. of Amsterdam) Dusty tails of evaporating exoplanets IPAC Lunch Seminar
IPAC 102
4:00 (3:45) Juna Kollmeier Cosmological Calorimetry: The nature of the intergalactic medium and the photon underproduction crisis Astronomy colloquium
Cahill Hameetman Auditorium (Cahill Ahmanson Library) 
THURSDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
noon SRL Sack Lunch Seminar
Lauritsen 248
4:00 (3:50) Niel Brandt (Penn State) Exceptional X-ray Weak Quasars and Their Implications for Accretion Flows, Broad Line Regions, and Winds JPL Astrophysics and Exoplanet Science Seminars
JPL Buil. 169, Room 336
4:00 (3:45) Alan Guth (MIT) Inflationary Cosmology: Is Our Universe Part of a Multiverse? Physics Research Conference
East Bridge 201 (East Bridge 110)
FRIDAY:
10:30 Cahill Astro-Coffee Cahill Ahmanson Library
12:15 Pat Kelley (UCB) Lensing, Supernovae, and Cosmological Distances Carnegie Observatories Lunch Talks
Carnegie Conference Room
1:00 Time Domain Forum
Keith Spalding 410
2:00 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).