SESE Colloquium Series

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Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the Fall 2019 SESE Colloquium Series.

SESE Colloquia take place at 3:30 p.m. in the Marston Exploration Theater on the first floor of ISTB4. They are preceded by a light reception in the ISTB4 lobby at 3:00 p.m.

SESE students interested in having lunch with the speaker may sign up with our Google Docs lunch sign-up sheet. Lunches are 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. in PSF 543.

For more information, please contact Professor Ariel Anbar, colloquium committee chair.

Abstracts for talks are linked from the talk titles and answers to student questions can be found below under Supplementary Materials. Schedules, speakers, and materials from previous semesters' SESE Colloquia are accessible on the archive page here.

DateSpeakerInstitutionHostTalk Title
Aug 28James GahertyColumbia UniversityLooking Down from the Bottom of the Sea: Imaging Mantle Convection and Tectonic-Plate Formation from a New Perspective
Sept 4SESE LeadershipSESE Welcome and Community Conversation
Sept 11Andrew KleshJet Propulsion LaboratoryCraig HardgroveMiniaturizing Exploration: Thinking Small to Investigate the Deep Ocean to Deep Space
Sept 18Hilairy HartnettASU-School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE)Ariel AnbarThe (Bio)Geochemistry of Exoplanets: What Do We Know and What Do We Need to Know?
Sept 25Jennifer HeldmannNASA Ames Research CenterKip Hodges & Melanie BarboniTerrestrial Analog Fieldwork: Overview of Science and Exploration Research to Enable Lunar and Planetary Exploration
Oct 2Rosaly LopesJet Propulsion LaboratoryJim BellGlobal Geology of Titan from Cassini
Oct 9SESE Early CareerTBATBA
Oct 16Moses MilazzoOther Orb, LLC

Hilairy Hartnett & Patrick Young

Pro-Social Behavors are Contagious: Creating Brave Spaces for Bystander Intervention of Bullying and Harassment
Oct 23
Aradhna TripatiUniversity of California Los AngelesAriel AnbarGlacial Climate from Clumped Isotope Thermometry
Oct 30Mélanie BarboniASU-School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE)Discovering Lost Lunar Magmas
Nov 6James StonePrinceton UniversityEvan ScannapiecoUsing Computation top Understand Why Black Holes Shine
Nov 13Jessica WerkUniversity of WashingtonPaul ScowenA Colossal Galaxy Adventure
Nov 20Ennis GeraghtyStillwater Mining CompanyExtracting the Future from Earth's Distant Past: Platinum and Palladium from the Neoarchaean Stillwater Igneous Complex, Montana
Nov 27Thanksgiving
Dec 4Darlene LimNASA Ames Research CenterEverett ShockDesigning and Developing for Human Scientific Exploration of the Moon, Deep Space, and Mars

Supplementary Materials (Fall 2019)

 Colloquium Questions AnsweredAdditional Information
  9/4/19 SESE Leadership Colloquium "Community Conversation" answers to student questions PDF 
  9/25/19 Jennifer Heldmann Colloquium "Terrestrial Analog Fieldwork" answers to student questions PDF
  10/9/19 Chad Ostrander Colloquium "Tracking the Initial Oxygenation of Earth's Oceans" answers to student questions PDF
 
 10/9/19 Duho Kim Colloquium "Correcting for Extinction by Cosmic Dust in Galaxies" answers to student questions PDF
  11/6/19 James Stone Colloquium "Using Computation to Understand Why Black Holes Shine" answers to student questions PDF