Chalk Talks

About four times a year we hold Chalk Talks for the Friends of the KITP. These special events are preceded by a light meal and refreshments and then move into our intimate Auditorium where you will hear from a leading scientist about their research. The hallmark of these talks is informality, with questions encouraged during the talk, and, of course after as well. Please join the Friends so that you can enjoy these special events.

Chalk Talks Archive (Past Events)

Speaker Event Date Event Title Talks
Evan Scannapieco July 6, 2016 Why Aren’t the Biggest Galaxies Forming Stars?
Eleni Katifori March 9, 2016 Detangling the vascular web: Loops, hierarchies, and the quest for Nature’s design principles
Anushya Chandran, Perimeter Institute December 1, 2015 Getting Stuck: Shaking Up Statistical Physics
Ted Jacobson, University of Maryland May 20, 2015 A Century of Black Holes: Enigmas, Insights and Paradoxes
Eric Agol, University of Washington March 18, 2015 Exoplanet Dynamics: What We Know from Kepler
Anthony Starace, University of Nebraska, Lincoln September 10, 2014 Atto-Physics: Observing Matter on its Natural Timescale