PTYS/LPL Colloquium Archive
Colloquia are held in Kuiper 308 or 312, beginning at 3:45 p.m.
Refreshments at 3:30 p.m. in the Kuiper Atrium.
For full event details, click the title link. If a recording of the lecture is available, a link to view the lecture will be present. Lecture recordings are made available only with permission of the speaker.
OSIRIS-REx Encounters Bennu: Initial Assessment from the Approach Phase
Let’s Make a Ribonucleotide: RNA World as the First Molecular ‘Ecosystem’
Martian Meteorites: Windows into the Martian Interior and Volcanism
The Formation and Evolution of Ceres' Occator Crater and its Bright Faculae
Near-Earth Objects as Applied Planetary Science
The Seismometer to Investigate Ice and Ocean Structure
Robots Under the Ice, and One Day, In Space?
Fire and Water in the Early Solar System: Tales of Volcanism and Sources of Water on Planetesimals
Before and After Solar System Formation: Insights from Micrometeorites
Unravelling the Origin and Evolution of Magmatic Lunar Volatiles
Atmospheres and Climates of Rocky Exoplanets: What Earth Teaches Us About Them, and What They Can Teach Us About Earth
Laboratory Astrophysics: Isotopic and Structural Analysis of Presolar SiC
The Formation Environment of the Solar System: A Perspective from Short-Lived Radionuclides
Alteration History of Mars and Implications for Water Reservoirs
Physical Properties of the Trans-Neptunian Objects
Kronoseismology: Probing Saturn’s Interior Via Its Rings
Earth's Earliest Evolution: Fire From Above, Fire From Below
Craters and Cryovolcanoes – Comparisons Across the Outer Solar System
Observing Extreme Atmospheric Escape at Mars with MAVEN
Planetesimal Collisions in the Early Solar System: What Can Meteorites Tell Us?
From Pebbles to Planets
Gravity Science at Jupiter: Initial Results from Juno (Plus a Teaser from Cassini)
The Climate of Early Mars: New Investigations into a Long-standing Problem
Large Scale Morphological Changes in the Hapi Region on Comet 67P/C-G
Probing Planets from Orbit: Lessons from Mars, Opportunities for Earth
Why are Small Planets so Diverse?
The Late Lunar Dynamo
Astrobiological Studies of Planetary Bodies via Molecular Spectroscopy
Exoplanet Demographics versus Host Star Mass: Clues to Formation from Direct Imaging
SOLAR TOMOGRAPHY: Reconstructing the 3D Reality Encrypted in 2D Data
MHD Turbulence and Particle Acceleration
Addressing the Turbulent Heating Problem with a Novel Diagnostic Method
Exospheric Science & High-Throughput Interference Spectroscopy
Hydrogen Atoms in the Heliosphere: The Interplanetary UV Glow
Volatile Transport in the Pluto-Charon System
Unusual Dynamics In Earth’s Co-Orbital Resonance and In Our Science Classrooms
Geochemistry of Martian Basalts with Constraints on Magma Genesis
Galactic Planetary Science
Dreaming of Atmospheres
Astrodynamics: A Contributor to Planetary Science
Moon-Magnetosphere Interactions at Jupiter and Saturn
In the Eye of the Storm: Inner Coma Studies of Three Jupiter Family Comets
Asteroid Science in a CubeSat: A Milligravity Centrifuge and Meteor Monitor
Living with a Comet: Rosetta at 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
Exploring Solar System History through Isotopic Analysis of Meteorites
Exploring Near-Earth Space Dynamics Using Optical Measurements: Role of Transient Fast Plasma Transport
Tidal Evolution of the Moon from a High-Obliquity High-Angular-Momentum Earth
Towards a Global Evolutionary Picture of Protoplanetary Disks
Playing with Fire: Thermal Escape from Hot Extrasolar Planets
Planetary Interiors Studied with Ab Initio Simulations
Pluto - The Pugnacious Planet
A Fundamental Physical Process in Collisionless Heliospheric Plasmas: Interaction Between Whistler-mode Waves and Electrons
Mercury’s Complex Exosphere: What Have We Learned From MESSENGER?
Time-dependent Global MHD Studies of the Solar Wind Interaction with Mars
New Perspectives Big and Small of the Kuiper Belt
New Insights on Particle Acceleration during Magnetic Reconnection in the Universe
Cooking with an Incomplete Recipe – Computational Methods in Solar Physics
Solar Flares: Explosive Plasma Physics!
Revealing the History of Volcanism and Climate on Mars Using Radar