Math & Computational Methods Coffee Co-Working Session

4421 Sterling Hall
@ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Anyone is welcome to join (undergrads, grads, post-docs, scientists, faculty, staff, etc.). We start with introductions and share what we are each going to work on during that hour.

Math & Computational Methods Coffee Co-Working Session

4421 Sterling Hall
@ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Anyone is welcome to join (undergrads, grads, post-docs, scientists, faculty, staff, etc.). We start with introductions and share what we are each going to work on during that hour.

Ethnic Minority Lunch

4530 Sterling Hall
@ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Social lunch time for postdocs, undergrads, and grads who identify as ethnic minorities in the department. Contact Jennifer Stafford (jstafford2@wisc.edu) or Teddy Peña (theodore.pena@wisc.edu) with questions.

Yinhao Wu Talk

4530 Sterling Hall
@ 12:00 pm

Title: Combining numerical simulations and observations to study MHD disk winds and disk substructures Abstract: Recent observations suggest that protoplanetary disks are not as turbulent as previously predicted by theoretical models. To explain angular momentum …

Math & Computational Methods Coffee Co-Working Session

4421 Sterling Hall
@ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Anyone is welcome to join (undergrads, grads, post-docs, scientists, faculty, staff, etc.). We start with introductions and share what we are each going to work on during that hour.

Math & Computational Methods Coffee Co-Working Session

4421 Sterling Hall
@ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Anyone is welcome to join (undergrads, grads, post-docs, scientists, faculty, staff, etc.). We start with introductions and share what we are each going to work on during that hour.

IRAM Seminar: Tien-Hao Hsieh

@ 9:00 am

PRODIGE – Envelope to Disk with NOEMA: A streamer feeding the SVS13A protobinary and the complexity of the COM emission Seminar by Tien-Hao Hsieh (MPE), 13 May 2024, 16h CEST (14h UT) We conducted NOEMA …

Math & Computational Methods Coffee Co-Working Session

4421 Sterling Hall
@ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Anyone is welcome to join (undergrads, grads, post-docs, scientists, faculty, staff, etc.). We start with introductions and share what we are each going to work on during that hour.