Lectures & Events

Planetary Origins and Frontiers of Exploration
Weizmann Institute of Science, May 27-June 3, 2012.

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Previous Events

Lecture

Monday
December 2, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Eli Tziperman
heat balance of tidally melting Europa's ice shell

Lecture

Monday
November 25, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Eli Tziperman
heat balance of tidally melting Europa's ice shell

Lecture

Monday
November 18, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Avi Barliya
crustal magnetic field of the Moon

Lecture

Monday
November 11, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Nataly Ozak
Paleopressure of Mars’ atmosphere from small ancient craters

Lecture

Monday
October 28, 2013
12:00
Room 122 Sussman
Planetary Journal Club
Eran Ofek and Oded Aharonson
Disintegrating Exoplanet

Lecture

Wednesday
July 17, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Minerva Center event
Omer Markovitch
Compositional Lipid Assemblies as Evolving Protocells

Visit to institute

Wednesday
April 17, 2013
10:00
Distal Terrains on Asteroid 4 Vesta Resulting from the Rheasilvia Impact

Lecture

Tuesday
March 12, 2013
12:00
Feinberg Graduate School, Rm A
Planetary Journal Club
David Polishook
asteroid pairs

Lecture

Tuesday
March 5, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Aviv Ofir
Transiting Exoplanets

Lecture

Tuesday
February 26, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Yonatan Winetraub
Plans for the first Israeli mission to the Moon

Lecture

Tuesday
February 19, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Ilan Manulis
Doomsday Asteroids and Mass Extinctions

Lecture

Tuesday
February 12, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal club
Oded Aharonson
geophysics of the Moon, crustal density and intrusions

Lecture

Tuesday
February 5, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Robert Citron
Constraints on the formation of the Martian crustal dichotomy from remnant crustal magnetism

Lecture

Tuesday
January 29, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Oded Aharonson
Mercury's polar volatiles

Lecture

Tuesday
January 8, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Eran Ofek
A single sub-kilometre Kuiper belt object from a stellar occultation in archival data

Lecture

Tuesday
January 1, 2013
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Leon Ofman
Space weather and interactions with Earth's climate

Lecture

Tuesday
December 11, 2012
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Oded Aharonson
How was the moon made?

Lecture

Tuesday
November 13, 2012
12:00
Magaritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Idan Peled
Geomorphic features on Mars indicating liquid water flow on the surface

Lecture

Tuesday
June 5, 2012
11:00
M. Magaritz Seminar Room
Departmental Seminar
Daniel Stolper
The kinetics of the ordering of 13C-18O bonds in calcites and apatites

Lecture

Friday
June 1, 2012
10:45
The David Lopatie Conference Center
special Seminar
Daniel Stolper
Growth of E. coli at nanomolar concentrations of oxygen

Lecture

Thursday
May 31, 2012
09:00
The David Lopatie Conference Center
Departmental Seminar
Adam Showman
Atmospheres of extrasolar planets

Disscussion

Monday
February 27, 2012
11:30
Magaritz Seminar Room, Sussman
Planetary Journal Club
Eran Ofek, WIS
The compilation of results from Kepler

discussion

Monday
February 20, 2012
11:30
Magaritz Seminar Room, Sussman
Planetary Journal Club
Yohai Kaspi, WIS
Titan's Atmospheric Dynamics

Departmental seminar: Lecture

Sunday
February 19, 2012
11:00
Magaritz Seminar Room, Sussman
Departmental Seminar
Dr. Paul Hayne, California Institute of Technology
Seasonal Carbon Dioxide Snowfall on Mars

discussion

Monday
February 13, 2012
11:30
Magaritz Seminar Room, Sussman
Planetary Journal Club
Dr. Paul Hayne, California Institute of Technology
The story of water and other volatiles in the cold traps on the Moon

discussion

Monday
February 6, 2012
11:30
M. Magritz Seminar Room
Planetary Journal Club
Nataly Ozak
The paleoclimates of Earth and Mars