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The Theoretical Astrophysics Program is an interdisciplinary program designed to foster scientific and academic links among the Physics, Astronomy, and Planetary Sciences community.
Oct
5
Mon
2020
Oliver Gressel
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am
Oliver Gressel

Oliver Gressel – AIP, Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam

TBA

This semester TAP Colloquia will be hosted online via Zoom at a new time
10:00 am MST / 4:00 pm GMT.
Oct
19
Mon
2020
Jens Jasche
Oct 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am
Jens Jasche

Jens Jasche – Stockholm University

TBA

This semester TAP Colloquia will be hosted online via Zoom at a new time
10:00 am MST / 4:00 pm GMT.
Nov
2
Mon
2020
Debora Sijacki
Nov 2 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am
Debora Sijacki

Debora Sijacki – Cambridge, Institute of Astronomy

TBA

This semester TAP Colloquia will be hosted online via Zoom at a new time
10:00 am MST / 4:00 pm GMT.
Nov
16
Mon
2020
Zoltan Haiman
Nov 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am
Zoltan Haiman

Zoltan Haiman – University of Columbia

TBA

This semester TAP Colloquia will be hosted online via Zoom at a new time
10:00 am MST / 4:00 pm GMT.
Nov
30
Mon
2020
Barbara Ercolano
Nov 30 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am
Barbara Ercolano

Barbara Ercolano – Max Planck Research School on Astrophysics at the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich

TBA

This semester TAP Colloquia will be hosted online via Zoom at a new time
10:00 am MST / 4:00 pm GMT.

News

Latest news from TAP Members

Passing of Adam Showman

We are very sorry to report the passing of a dear friend and colleague, Adam Showman, Astronomy Professor, and TAP Member. He will be missed by many, especially the students and faculty that were fortunate to work with him. Adam was described by many as brilliant,...

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Eduardo Rozo awarded Curie Prize from Galileo Circle

Physics Associate Professor Dr. Eduardo Rozo has been selected to receive this year's Curie award, sponsored by the Galileo Circle of the College of Science. The award recognizes Eduardo as a rising star in his field and notes that his innovative work is not only...

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