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See wiki.hacdc.org/index.php/Area_science_event_info for the "instruction manual" for this list. May 2018 18 - 9AM-5:30PM - Smithsonian - Plants in the Past: Fossils and the Future (registration - www.eventbrite.com/e/plants-in-the-past-fossils-and-the-future-smithsonian-botanical-symposium-tickets-42879985190) noon - UMdBS - CBMG 1PM - UMdCS - Can G-rich DNA segments fold only into G-quadruplexes? 2PM - UMdCSS - PhD Defense: Learning Explainable Facial Features from Noisy Unconstrained Visual Data 3:30PM - SCBI - Trends in the birds of Bogota, Colombia: 26 years of Christmas bird counts 4PM - UMdPS - Influence of the initial state on the evolution of quantum spin chains 19 - 1:30PM - NCAS - Public Perception of Science: Lessons From a Dead Sheep 20 - 9PM - UMd. Obs. - Preparing for the WFIRST Microlensing Mission: Galactic Bulge Stellar Populations 21 - 11AM - IBBR - Structural biology with x-ray lasers noon - NOAA - Ocean Acidification in Alaska: Ecosystems and Economies Neural network retrievals of Karenia brevis harmful algal blooms in the West Florida Shelf 4PM - UMdPS - Causality and energy conditions in QFT 23 - 10:30AM - NOAA - Applications of Conditional Nonlinear Optimal Perturbation to the Predictability Studies noon - NOAA - Saildrones in the Bering Sea: Using unmanned surface vehicles to examine relationships between northern fur seals and their prey 1PM - UMdPS - Model-Independent Constraints on R(J/Psi) 6PM - Big Cats on the Prowl: Studying the Hunt to Save the King (registration - www.eventbrite.com/e/big-cats-on-the-prowl-studying-the-hunt-to-save-the-king-tickets-45765255110) 8PM - NASM - The Hubble Space Telescope: Opening Cosmic Doors for JWST (ticket required) 24 - 6:30PM - CI NLS - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger: How High Pressure and Supercomputers Will Shape Materials of the Future (registration recommended) 7PM - BUGSS - Science Slam (registration) 25 - 3:30PM - SCBI - The Conservation Commons Working Land and Seascapes Action Area: Current research and future plans 29 - noon - NOAA - The emerging role of the land surface in weather and climate prediction 4PM - UMdPS 6:30PM - UMdSoT - I'm supposed to do what with my password? Computer security advice and what to do about it (registration) 31 - noon - NOAA - Pushing the Boundaries: Technology-Driven Exploration of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary 2PM - NOAA - Assessing the Relationship Between Geomorphology and Deep-Sea coral Community on the West Florida Escarpment 7:30PM - ASG June 1 - noon - UMdEgS - Of Course I'm Wrong, but by How Much? 7PM - UMdP - Physics is Phun: Full Spectrum 2 - 7PM - UMdP - Physics is Phun: Full Spectrum 5 - noon - NOAA - Marine Ecological Climate Services: User-Driven Forecasts of Life in the Ocean 8PM - STScI - Star Formation in Orion 9PM - UMd. Obs. - Mapping the Federation 7 - 11AM - UMdCSS - Device-independent self-testing 7:30PM - TBC - Application of Theory: Toward Resolving Degrees of Unresolved Emotional Attachment (registration) 9 - 7:30PM - NCA - Science Fair Winners 10 - 7PM - NoVAC - The Chandler Wobble and the critical role that the latitude observatory in Gaithersburg played in monitoring this motion 12 - 6:30PM - CI CSE - Probing the Universe with Gravitational Waves (registration required) 7:30PM - HacDC - monthly meeting 13 - 1PM - APS - Dynamics of The Supercontinent Rodinia 8PM - NASM - Dreaming Big... Innovations in Space (ticket required) 15 - 8PM - PSW - Lectures on Cassini 19 - 2PM - NOAA - Cooperative Institutes and Grantees 20 - noon - NOAA - Seasonal and Short-term Prediction of K. brevis Harmful Algal Bloom Outbreaks on the West Florida Shelf 8PM - NASM - The Historical Quest to See to the End of the Universe... Or Its Beginning (ticket required) 9PM - UMd. Obs. - Where in History is the Orion Nebula? 21 - 7PM - HAL - Tips on Observing Mars During the 2018 Opposition 28 - 7:30PM - ASG - James Webb Space Telescope Update July 3 - 8PM - STScI - The Milky Way's Bulge: From a Hypothesized Blob to a Remarkably Detailed Picture 5 - 9PM - UMd. Obs. - Pulsar Timing Arrays: Using the Galaxy to detect Gravitational Waves 20 - 9PM - UMd. Obs. - Balloon Astronomy August 5 - 9PM - UMd. Obs. - Magnetic fields in the Milky Way 7 - 8PM - STScI - Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: The Fate of Stars like the Sun 20 - 9PM - UMd. Obs. - Cool Science from Near the Sun