Planetary Science Journal Club seminar series is back on!
Meetings are conducted on Fridays at 11:00 – 12:00 in Room 445 of the PS building (building 121).
If you cannot attend, anyone can connect remotely through adobe connect here: https://connect.arc.nasa.gov/britt.
At our seminar series, everyone is welcome to bring food items and/or snacks and participate. The meetings last about 45 minutes, and are very informal. There will either be a research seminar or (preferably) a journal club.
A general list of topics and ground rules can be found here.
Please contact the organizer(s), Gal Sarid (gal.sarid at ucf.edu) or Stephanie Jarmak (jarmak at knights.ucf.edu) if you have questions or would like to give a talk.
Visit the archive page for this seminar series to see a list of speakers in past semesters, and some statistics on who has given talks.
|#277||Nov. 30||Julie Brisset||TBD|
|#276||Nov. 23||No meeting||Thanksgiving|
|#275||Nov. 16||Stephanie Jarmak||QUEST: A JPL/NASA Planetary Science Summer Seminar Uranus Orbiter Mission Concept|
|#274||Nov. 9||Everybody (Addie Dove lead)||Discussion with graduate students|
|#273||Nov. 2||Anicia Arredondo||Composition of Pluto’s small satellites: Analysis of New Horizons spectral images (Cook et al. 2018, Icarus – Journal)|
|#272||Oct. 26||No meeting||DPS Meeting|
|#271||Oct. 19||Group||DPS: Oral and Poster presentation preparation|
|#270||Oct. 12||Stephanie Eckert||Tectonic patterns of shortening landforms in Mercury’s northern smooth plains (Crane & Klimczak 2019, Icarus – Journal)|
|#269||Oct. 5||Ryan Challener||Confirming Variability in the Secondary Eclipse Depth of the Super-Earth 55 Cancri e (Tamburo et al. 2018, AJ – Journal, astro-ph)|
|#268||Sep. 28||Amy Lebleu||Where are all the aliens? SETI and the Fermi Paradox (“Dissolving the Fermi Paradox”, Sandberg et al. 2018, arXiv link)|
|#267||Sep. 21||Michael Himes||Determining Exoplanetary Atmospheric Compositions and Potential Biosignatures Using Machine Learning|
|#266||Sep. 14||Katie McIntyre||Detectability of Biosignatures in Anoxic Atmospheres with the James Webb Space Telescope: A TRAPPIST-1e Case Study (Krissansen-Totton et al. 2018, AJ – Journal, astro-ph)|
|#265||Sep. 7||Mary Hinkle||Evidence for OH or H2O on the surface of 433 Eros and 1036 Ganymed (Rivkin et al. 2017, Icarus – astro-ph link)|
|#264||Aug. 31||Isabel Rivera||Asteroid mining with small spacecraft and its economic feasibility (Calla et al. 2018)|