IPAC organizes and hosts a number of meetings and conferences.
IPAC hosts seminars every Wednesday from 12-1pm in IPAC's Large Conference Room (102) except where noted. Directions can be found on the visitor information page. Pizza and soda are available for purchase at a modest fee. Some weeks, the Time Domain Forum talk (which is not a lunch talk) is held on Thursday afternoons at 2:30 pm.
To receive seminar notification emails, you may sign up here. If you are interested in presenting a talk or seminar, please contact Peter Capak (Extragalactic), or Stephen Kane (Galactic/Solar System/Exoplanets). To present at the Time Domain Forum, contact Luisa Rebull.
Here is a partial list of astronomy-related talks in Pasadena:
- Caltech Astronomy Tea Talk (Mondays, 4pm)
- Caltech DPS Division Seminar (Mondays, 4pm)
- IR/sub-mm/mm Sack lunch series (Tuesdays, 12:15pm)
- Carnegie Colloquia series (Tuesdays, 4pm)
- Caltech Astronomy Colloquia (Wednesdays, 4pm)
- Caltech Physics Research Conference (Thursdays, 4pm)
- Carnegie Lunch Talk Series (Fridays, 12:15pm)
Special Note: For more astronomy related talks around Pasadena, check the following list maintained by IPAC scientist Solange Ramirez.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
"Analyzing PACS Spectral Data Cubes with the new and improved HIPE 9 Spectrum Explorer" The release of HIPE 9 includes a new and improved version of the Spectrum Explorer, which is a key display component of HIPE. This tool has the capability of displaying, plotting and analyzing spectral cubes of the type produced by all PACS spectroscopic observations. Instructions and further information on how to join the Webinar see: https://nhscsci.ipac.caltech.edu/sc/index.php/Pacs/Webinars "Drop-ins" are welcome anytime during the webinar, however, registration at the NHSC help desk http://nhsc.ipac.caltech.edu/helpdesk/ will help us to better prepare the webinar to benefit your needs. When you submit a ticket, select the department “DP Webinar /On-line Workshop Registration (Summer 2012)”. Please forward this mail to your postdocs and students, as we are always open to more participants to the webinar