Planetary Science Directorate

SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE, BOULDER OFFICE

Upcoming SwRI Boulder Colloquia

Colloquia are normally on Tuesdays at 11:00 am in the 4th-floor conference room, except as indicated below in bold text.
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For questions or suggestions for speakers, please contact the SwRI colloquium organizers:
Raluca Rufu, 303-226-0879 or raluca(at)boulder.swri.edu
Julien Salmon, 720-208-7203 or julien(at)boulder.swri.edu
Kelsi Singer, 303-226-5910 or ksinger(at)boulder.swri.edu
Sierra Ferguson, sierra.ferguson(at)swri.org
Rogerio Deienno, rogerio.deienno(at)swri.org
Sam Van Kooten, 303-226-5909 or svankooten(at)boulder.swri.edu

To be added to the SwRI Boulder Colloquia email list, please contact Kelsi Singer, ksinger(at)boulder.swri.edu

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Tue Mar 5, 2024
In CR4+ webex
11:00 am Michael Chaffin University of Colorado Sweating the Small Stuff: Photochemical Hydrogen Loss from Venus and the Fate of an Earth-like Water Inventory
This will be a hybrid colloquium - dial in will be sent out closer to the event to the colloquium e-mail list
Thu Mar 14, 202411:00 am Kathy Reeves Harvard CfA TBD
Tue Mar 19, 2024
In CR4+ webex
11:00 am Robert Citron University of California, Davis Effects of Large Impacts on Early Planetary Evolution
Tue Mar 26, 2024
In CR4+ webex
11:00 am Ariel Cukierman Caltech SPHEREx: An All-Sky Spectral Survey
Thu Apr 4, 202411:00 am Martin Van Kranendonk Curtin University (Australia) TBD
Tue Apr 9, 202411:00 am Rachel Slank LPI TBD
Abstract: TBD
Thu Apr 11, 202411:00 am Ren Ikeya Kobe University (Japan) TBD
Tue Apr 16, 2024
In CR4+ webex
11:00 am Sean Raymond Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux TBD
Mon Apr 22, 2024
In CR4+ webex
11:00 am John O’Meara Keck TBD
Tue Apr 23, 2024
In CR4+ webex
11:00 am Adolfo Carvalho California Institute of Technology Planet-forming environments in protoplanetary disks
Tue Apr 30, 202411:00 am Andy López-Oquendo Northern Arizona University TBD
Thu Aug 22, 202411:00 am Barbara Thompson NASA Goddard Next generation communication challenges