The Department of Astronomy at the University of Illinois hosts a weekly colloquium during the academic year for invited speakers to discuss current research topics in astronomy and astrophysics. Colloquia are normally on Tuesday afternoons at 3:45 pm in 134 Astronomy Building, with coffee and cookies served in Astronomy 222 at 3:30pm.
- Astronomy Special Seminar - " Voyages through the Solar System"
Neil Mottinger, JPL
- Astronomy Colloquium - " Measuring masses of black holes in early-type galaxies using ALMA"
Dr. Aaron Barth, Professor, UC, Irvine
- Special Colloquium - "Magnetic Fields in PDRs - Zeeman Effect Measurements and Their Implications"
Tom Troland, University of Kentucky