Planetary Science Journal Club seminar series is back on!
Meetings are conducted on Fridays at 10-11 AM 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 to be covered can be found here.
Please contact the organizer(s), Gal Sarid (gal.sarid at ucf.edu) or Leos Pohl (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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.
|#240||Apr. 21||Wesley Chambers||Winds measured by the Rover Environmental Monitoring Station (REMS) during the MSL rover’s Bagnold Dunes Campaign|
|#239||Apr. 14||Jennifer Larson||New approaches to inferences for steep-sided domes on Venus|
|#238||Apr. 7||Tomas Kohout (Physics, University of Helsinki)||Asteroid Spectral Imaging Mission (ASPECT) CubeSat|
|#237||Mar. 31||Estela Fernández-Valenzuela (IAC, Spain)||Physical properties of TNOs from photometry|
|Mar. 24||No Meeting||No Meeting – LPSC 2017|
|Mar. 17||No Meeting||Spring Break|
|#236||Mar. 10||Charles Schambeau||Analysis of Hubble Observations of Comet 29P/SW1 and Preparation of a Cycle 25 Hubble Proposal|
|#235||Mar. 3||Phil Metzger||Diviner radiometer measurements of lunar cooling curves|
|#234||Feb. 24||Faculty||Group presentation – Visiting prospective students|
|#233||Feb. 17||Stephanie Jarmak||Atmospheric Signatures of Giant Exoplanet Formation by Pebble Accretion|
|#232||Feb. 10||Humberto Campins||Comet-Asteroid Transition Objects: Two Case Studies|
|#231||Feb. 3||Jullie Brisset||The many mysteries of active asteroids|
|#230||Jan. 27||Josh Colwell||The mass and age of Saturn’s rings|
|#229||Jan. 20||G. Sarid, D. Britt, Z. Landsman||
Overview of NASA’s newly-selected Discovery missions –