SFIR: Star Formation/ISM Rendezvous

When: Wednesdays
Time: 11am-12pm  
Where: Remote for Spring 2021
Organizers:  Philip Mocz <pmocz[at]astro.princeton.edu>; Lachlan Lancaster <lachlanl[at]princeton.edu>; Eve Ostriker <eco[at]astro.princeton.edu>
Peyton night image from Lewis Library

SFIR (pronounced “sapphire”) is the Star Formation/ISM Rendezvous, a seminar covering research on all aspects of star formation and the interstellar medium in both the Milky Way and external galaxies.  SFIR is open to all interested members of the Princeton+IAS astrophysics community, as well as visitors from other departments.    

Members of the department (students, postdocs, and faculty) and visitors present research talks, at varying levels of formality, allowing for extensive discussion.   Contributions may also include journal-club style presentations and other updates and discussions.

SFIR Spring 2021 Speaker Schedule
Date Speaker Talk
2/3/21 Rebecca Levy
University of Maryland
Probing Feedback from Super Star Clusters in the Central Starburst of NGC253 
2/10/21 Sam Geen
University of Amsterdam
How Winds and Radiation Shape Star Formation
2/17/21 Grace Olivier
Ohio State University
Evolution of Stellar Feedback in H II Regions
2/24/21 Robin Tress
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg
Giant Molecular Clouds in Simulated Galaxies
3/3/21 No lecture  
3/10/21 Tim-Eric Rathjen
Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching
Multi-phase ISM Structure, Stellar Clustering, and Outflows with Supernoavae, Stellar Winds, Radiation, and Cosmic Rays​
3/17/21 Antoine Marchal
University of Toronto, Canadian Institute for Astrophysics
TBA
3/24/21 Jenny Kim
University of Heidelberg
TBA
3/31/21 Catherine Zucker
Harvard University, Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
TBA
4/7/21 No lecture TBA
4/14/21 Jaime Pineda
Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching

TBA

4/21/21 Enrico Di Teodoro
Johns Hopkins University
TBA
4/28/21 Jonathan Henshaw
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg
TBA