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Thursday, December 4

  1. page This Week edited ... Current Week Coffee is at 10.30am every day in the Founders' Room unless otherwise noted. W…
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    Current Week
    Coffee is at 10.30am every day in the Founders' Room unless otherwise noted.
    Week 13
    Date
    Time
    Place*
    Speaker
    Title
    Comments, Links,...
    Thu, Dec 11
    2:00pm
    Aud
    Chris Sneden
    Seminar: "Neutron-capture Elements in the
    Early Galaxy"
    place*Aud=Auditorium, SSR=Small Seminar Room, MSR=Main Seminar Room
    Past Weeks

    Week 10
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    Seminar:
    "Cosmology on Small Scales"
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    Seminar Room
    Past Weeks

    Week 9
    Date
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    4:31 pm
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    8Dec-12Dec:
    Chris Sneden (University of Texas)
    TBA"Neutron-capture Elements in the Early Galaxy"
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    4:29 pm

Friday, November 14

  1. page KnownUnknowns edited Unexplained Observations Unobserved Predictions Resolution? Bulge-less disk galaxies. Abunda…
    Unexplained Observations
    Unobserved Predictions
    Resolution?
    Bulge-less disk galaxies.
    Abundant substructure.
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    4:18 pm
  2. page KnownUnknowns edited Unexplained Observations Unobserved Predictions Resolution? Bulge-less disk galaxies. Abunda…
    Unexplained Observations
    Unobserved Predictions
    Resolution?
    Bulge-less disk galaxies.
    Abundant substructure.
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    1:09 pm
  3. page KnownUnknowns edited Unexplained Observations Unobserved Predictions Observational Resolution? Resolution? Bulge-…
    Unexplained Observations
    Unobserved Predictions
    Observational Resolution?Resolution?
    Bulge-less disk galaxies.
    Abundant substructure.
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    1:06 pm
  4. page KnownUnknowns edited Unexplained Observations Unobserved Predictions Observational Resolution? Bulge-less disk gala…
    Unexplained Observations
    Unobserved Predictions
    Observational Resolution?
    Bulge-less disk galaxies.
    Abundant substructure.
    Blue, bulge-dominated galaxies.
    Tenuous Consistency with LCDM
    The apparently quiet recent history of The Milky Way.
    The proximity and sizes of the principle members of the local group.

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    1:03 pm
  5. page This Week edited ... Current Week Coffee is at 10.30am every day in the Founders' Room unless otherwise noted. W…
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    Current Week
    Coffee is at 10.30am every day in the Founders' Room unless otherwise noted.
    Week 10
    Date
    Time
    Place*
    Speaker
    Title
    Comments, Links,...
    Thu, Nov 20
    2:00pm
    Aud
    Carlos Frenk
    Seminar:
    "Cosmology on Small Scales"
    place*Aud=Auditorium, SSR=Small Seminar Room, MSR=Main Seminar Room
    Past Weeks

    Week 9
    Date
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    Seminar:
    "Organizing Galaxies"
    place*Aud=Auditorium, SSR=Small Seminar Room, MSR=Main Seminar Room
    Past Weeks

    Week 8
    Date
    (view changes)
    12:50 pm
  6. 12:25 pm

Wednesday, November 12

  1. page Seminar - Cosmology on small scales edited ... Speaker:Carlos Frenk Title: Cosmology on small scales: the structure of (mostly) dark matter …
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    Speaker:Carlos Frenk
    Title: Cosmology on small scales: the structure of (mostly) dark matter halos
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    and I
    will
    will discuss prospects
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    8:41 am
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    Seminar
    Speaker:Carlos Frenk
    Title: Cosmology on small scales: the structure of (mostly) dark matter halos
    Abstract : The standard model of cosmology -- the ``Lambda cold dark matter'' model -- is based on the idea that the dark matter is a collisionless elementary particle, probably a supersymmetric particle. This model (which mostly dates back to an early workshop in Santa Barbara in the 1980s) has been famously verified by observations of the cosmic microwave background radiation and the large-scale distribution of galaxies. However, the model has yet to be tested conclusively on the small scales appropriate to most astronomical objects, such as galaxies and clusters. I will review the current understanding of the distribution of dark matter on small scales which derives largely from large cosmological N-body simulations and I
    will discuss prospects for detecting dark matter, either through its gravitational effect on galaxies and clusters or, more directly, through gamma-ray annihilation radiation.

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    8:41 am

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