Space and Cosmic Ray Physics Seminars for Spring 2016

Room CSS 2400 at 4:30 pm, Tea and Snacks 4:15-4:30 pm

Space and Cosmic Ray Physics Seminars for Spring 2016
CSS Room 2400 at 4:30 pm, Tea and Snacks 4:15-4:30 pm

DATE SPEAKER INSTITUTION TOPIC (click link for abstract)
25 Jan   No Seminar  
01 Feb Vladimir Ptuskin IZMIRAN, Russia Where Are Cosmic Ray Pevatrons?
08 Feb Ryun-Young Kwon George Mason University and The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory The role of solar supernova-shaped shock waves in longitudinal properties of widespread solar energetic particle events
15 Feb Presidents' Day No Seminar No Seminar
22 Feb      
29 Feb Joel C. Rynes Assistant Director, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, Department of Homeland Security Advancing Technological Capabilities to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism
07 Mar Abaz Kryemadhi Messiah College Study of Silicon Photomultipliers coupled to LYSO crystals as a compact photon detector
14 Mar Spring Break No Seminar No Seminar
21 Mar Ulrich Kolberg
Steffen Krakau
  "On the beam induced quasi-instability transformation of the damped aperiodic mode in the IGM" "Plasma effects on extragalactic ultra-high energy cosmic ray hadron beams in cosmic voids"
28 Mar James Drake University of Maryland A Heliosphere with Jets
04 Apr      
11 Apr Terri Brandt NASA GSFC Galactic Cosmic Rays: From Earth to Sources
18 Apr      
25 Apr Jason Link NASA GSFC & CRESST/USRA Current and Future Measurements of Ultra-Heavy Galactic Cosmic Rays.
02 May Alexa J. Halford NASA GSFC and Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Dartmouth College The Little Mission that could: BARREL observations of a solar storm
09 May      

Sponsored by: Department of Physics and the Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland
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