Join the CRA for our weekly research discussion organized by Dr. James Clark and Dr. Karelle Siellez. Each meeting consists of:
- Discussion of journal papers: a 30-minute discussion of recently published articles of general CRA interest. To bring attention to a paper, please vote for it on Vox Charta beforehand.
- Presentation: a 20 minute presentation with 10 minute Q&A by a CRA member. This can take on any of the following formats:
- Research Presentation: Informal presentation on an aspect of your own work.
- Journal Club: Extended discussion of an article of interest. Need an idea for discussion? Check out and add to this list of pedagogical papers http://www.citeulike.org/group/18276.
- Conference Recap: Members returning from a conference are encouraged to (formally or informally) brief the rest of the center
The speaker order will be randomly chosen at the beginning of each academic year. A CRA member (grad students, postdocs, and faculty) should expect to present 1-2 times per academic year. If you are away on travel on the day assigned, please swap weeks with another member. Keep in mind the day of the week may change between semesters.
General Spacetime Coordinates
Time: Wednesdays @ 3pm
Venue: CRA Visualization Room (Boggs 1-90)
No coffee at "Cosmic Coffee": All food and drink that goes in the Visualization Room must go in the trash or be removed.
Future Cosmic Coffees can be found here!
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Our usual cosmic coffee - Presentation by Chao Shi about "The dynamics of Seed Black Holes in the First Galaxies".
Our usual cosmic coffee - Presentation by Daegene Koh about "Magnetic Fields in the Universe: the Whys and Hows"
Our usual cosmic coffee - Presentation by Matt Kinsey about "Scientific Coding for Scientists: 10 Things they didn't teach you in CS101"
Our usual cosmic coffee - Presentation by Thanh Joseph Nguyen about "Investigating the Very-high Energy Pulsed Emission from the Crab Pulsar".
Discussion about the first direct detection of the Gravitational Waves GW150914.
The papers published on the 11th of February are available on papers.ligo.org
Our usual cosmic coffee - Presentation by Stavropoulos Athanasios about "Rapidly Rotating Neutron Stars as Sources of Gravitational Waves".
Our usual cosmic coffee - Presentation by Erika Cowan about "Hierarchical Veto for CBC and cWB searches in aLIGO".
Our usual cosmic coffee - Presentation by Karelle Siellez about "Spotlight on Short Gamma-Ray Bursts"