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Infrared Science and Technology Integration Group

IR STIG Seminars

The IR STIG organizes a monthly webinar series, dedicated to all topics in infrared astronomy. Please contact a member of the STIG Leadership Council if you would like to present a seminar or if you have a question about the seminar series. Instructions for joining the seminar can be found below.

Upcoming Seminars

May 1, 2023
Technology Developments for FIR Bolometric Detector Focal Plane Assemblies
Dr. Ari Brown (NASA GSFC)
Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Measurements of Primary Volatiles in Comets: A Unique Window into the Early Solar System
Younas Khan (U. Missouri Saint Louis)

Recent Seminars

April 3, 2023
Extending HgCdTe Spectral Response Beyond 16 Microns
Dr. Craig McMurtry (University of Rochester)
The Assembly and Dispersal of Molecular Clouds with the FEEDBACK Legacy Program
Dr. Lars Bonne (SOFIA/USRA)

March 6, 2023
Kinetic Inductance Detector Arrays at 25 Microns
Dr. Peter Day (JPL)
The Didymos Binary Asteroid System in the Infrared - Observations with JWST and the NASA IRTF
Dr. Cristina Thomas (Northern Arizona University)

February 7, 2023
Dr. Chick Woodward (University of Minnesota)
Dr. Phil Mauskopf (ASU)

December 5, 2022
The Starburst-AGN-Shock Connection in Galaxy Mergers
Dr. Vivian U (UC Irvine)
Re-defining G in ultra-low temperature bolometers with phonon engineering
Dr. Jake Connors (NIST-Boulder)

November 7, 2022
Phosphine in the Atmosphere of Venus - A Sensitive Upper Limit using SOFIA GREAT
Dr. Martin Cordiner (NASA GSFC, Catholic University of America)
AGN Feedback on the Star-Forming ISM in NGC 7469 with JWST
Dr. Thomas Lai (Caltech/IPAC)

October 3, 2022
Far-Infrared Kinetic Inductance Detectors at NIST-Boulder
Dr. Jason Austermann (NIST)
Efficient Star Formation in Dusty Galaxies
Dr. Jed McKinney (UT Austin)
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