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Sep-30Cristobal
Dynamically hot Super-Earths from outer giant planet scattering
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Oct-14Chelsea
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Oct-28HildingCan we understand stars from planet transit observations?
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Nov-04Shantanu Basu*regular off week*
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Nov-11Muan Gong (Princeton)Planetesimal clearing and size-dependent asteroid retention
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Nov-18liang YuVisitor graduate student from MIT
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Nov-25Andrew Shannon (UPenn)Primordial Planetesimals of the Solar SystemColin Goldblatt to follow andrew from 12-1
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Dec-2Henry Ngo (Caltech)ROOM CHANGE: 15th floor seminar room
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Dec-9Sam Hadden (Northwestern)TTVs
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Dec-16
Matthias Gritschneder (Munich)
The formation and fragmentation of filaments
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Jan-13Matt Russo
Protoplanetary Disks as (Possibly) Viscous Disks https://arxiv.org/abs/1701.02352
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Jan-20Mohamad Ali-DibDisk Migration
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Jan-27David Michael Hernandez (MIT)TBC (Invited by Hanno Rein)
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Feb-3Cristobal PetrovichEvection Resonances
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Feb-10Yanqin Wu and Alan JacksonDebris disks
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Feb-17Dan TamayoSecular chaos in the solar system
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Feb-24Lluis Galbany
What's there? Using Integral Field Spectroscopy to study supernovae environments
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Mar-3Group discussionTrappist-1
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Mar-10Hanno Rein
Brainstorming on the usefulness of bit-wise reversible integration schemes
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Apr-14Holiday
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Apr-21Chris Thompson
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April 28Mohamad Ali-DibIntroduction to Astrobiology: point of view of chemists
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Sep-15Olga ZakhozhayThe observational signatures of planet formation
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Sep-29James Wurster (Exeter)
Magnetic outflows during star formation (has to be on the friday not the thursday)
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Oct-12N/A
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Nov-2
Fani Dosopoulou (Northwestern)
Dynamical friction and the evolution of Supermassive Black hole Binaries: the final hundred-parsec problem
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Nov-17
Colin McNally (Queen Mary University of London)
Low mass planet migration in magnetically torqued dead zones – I. Static migration torque
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Dec-7Tyrone Woods
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Jan 19Ernst de MooijA new way to characterise transiting exo-ring systems
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Feb 2Ryan CloutierSLS-PS predictions
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Feb-16Alysa ObertasStability of tightly-packed multi-planet systems
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Mar 2Emily DeibertDetached ultra-short period planets from secular chaos
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