Galaxy Evolution home
Cavendish Astrophysics
Cavendish Laboratory

People and Facilities

Science Programme
Regulating the ISM and star formation
Cosmological evolution of star-forming galaxies
The origin and evolution of radio sources
Radio sources and their environments
Micro quasars


Local Information

Site maintained by:
Paul Alexander

Cavendish Astrophysics

Galaxy Evolution

Regular Local Meetings

Galaxy evolution group meetings

Tuesday 2.00 -4.00, weekly throughout the year, room 710.
These occur (almost every) week throughout the year and are a main focus of the galaxy evolution group.  Room 710 can be found in the Link building between the Rutherford and the Bragg.  Each week various topics, both scientific and administrative are discussed.  You should make every effort to attend.  Occassionally the focus of the meetings will be specifically aimed at a sub-group of people and in this case the weekly email reminder will make this clear.

AP Seminar

Tuesday 4.30 - 6.00 during term.  These are also very important and should be attended.  Final year students contribute to this series.

AP short talks

Wednesday 11.00 - 11.30, Ryle Seminar Room, during term.  These are extremely useful and tell you what everyone else in the group is working on.  Students will be expcted to contribute to this series when requested.

Cambridge Astrophysical Coloquia

Thursday 4.30 - 6.00 during term, Hoyle Building at the IoA.
Often extremely relevant seminars.  You should attend if the seminar in any way relates to your work.

External Conferences

The following conferences are of particular interest to the group.  Where known those people from the group attending, or planning to go are noted. 

University of Cambridge    Last modified: 20/1/2002