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Speaker: Dr. Megan Ansdell (Berkeley)

Megan Ansdell is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California at Berkeley, where she uses observations from millimeter to ultraviolet wavelengths to study exoplanets and planet formation. Her research includes: conducting large-scale ALMA surveys of protoplanetary disk populations to quantify disk evolution; using unusual transient events in Kepler/K2 light curves to study circumstellar environments around young stars; and applying machine learning to exoplanet transit classification

Talk title: Things that go dip in the night: understanding planet formation from Kepler/K2 transient events

Office: G6, 018

Host: Daniel Angerhausen, Yann Alibert


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Mon, Oct 29, 2018
14.15–15:30: Seminar Talk G6 -108
15.30–16.00: Kevin Heng
16.00–17.00: Marko Sestovic G6 202 or coffee room
Tue, Oct 30, 2018
10.00–11.00: Christoph Mordasini G6 101
11.00–12.00: Maria Drozdovskaya G6 206
13.00–14.00: Niels Ligterink G6 018
14.15–15:30: AI meetup G6 -108
15.30–16.00: AI meetup G6 -108

Dinner plans: TBD