TAP talks returned to campus during the Fall 2021 semester. This series featured four talks at an earlier time (1030 UTC), and hosted in a hybrid format allowing more attendees to join the discussion. A new spring schedule will be available in the near future. In the meantime, all talks can be found on the TAP YouTube Channel.

Fall 2021 TAP Colloquia:

Nicolas Garavito-Camargo, Flatiron, CCA

Implications of the ongoing interaction between the Milky Way and the Large Magellanic Cloud for CDM paradigm

Jimmy Juno, University of Iowa

A Deep Dive into the Distribution Function: Leveraging Phase Space to Understand Weakly Collisional (Plasma) Systems

Xiangcheng Ma, University of Arizona

How do supermassive black holes in the early Universe get there?

Darin Ragozzine, BYU

Measuring the Shapes of Outer Solar System Small Bodies