Planetary Science Journal Club seminar series is back on!
Meetings are conducted on Fridays at 11:30 – 12:30 in Zoom (see email for connection details) and Room 433 of the PS building (building 121).
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), Autumn Shackelford (A.Shackelford at knights.ucf.edu) or Theodora Karalidi (tkaralidi at 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.
|#377||4/22||Karl Slumba &
|Ammonium salts are a reservoir of nitrogen on a cometary nucleus and possibly on some asteroids &|
|#375||4/8||Peter Braunschweig||Detectability of CFCs as technosignatures|
|#374||4/1||Autumn Shackelford &
|Carbon on Mercury (p1 & p2) &|
|#372||3/18||Brittany Harvison &
|Life detection, exoplanets, and the Copernican principle &|
|#370||3/4||everyone interested||LPSC Practice Talks|
|#369||2/25||Kerri Donaldson Hanna||Analyses of lunar samples returned by Chang’E 5 mission (p1 and p2)|
|#368||2/18||Genevieve Markees||An exomoon survey of 70 cool giant exoplanets and the new candidate Kepler-1708 b-i|
|#367||2/11||Anish Roshi||Arecibo-Green Bank-LOFAR Carbon Radio Recombination Line observations toward cold HI Clouds|
|#366||2/4||Christina Moraitis||The Art of Combining Light with OPA- the Original PolyOculus Array|
|#364||1/21||Dale Cruikshank||Ices, Organics, and Cryovolcanism in the Outer Solar System|
|#363||1/14||everyone||JWST and other news|