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Space Physics and Astronomy Dr. Darrel Smith, Chair Department of Physics College of Arts & Sciences Temasek Polytechnic Visit September 6, 2013.

year. Astronomy Program (New Program) 1.Starting Fall 2013 2.Combination of Astronomy and Astrophysics 3.Dr. Brian Rachford (Program Chair) Astronomy Program Undergraduate Research Projects 1.Funded Hubble Space Telescope (NASA) Search for super–massive black holes, and galaxy formation/ 2.Observatory, Radio Telescopes, and antenna arrays are already up and running. Physics and Astronomy 1.Prepare students for jobs in industry and labs. 2.Prepare students for graduate school Graduate Records Exams (GREs)/


Dynamic Grid Simulations for Science and Engineering Ed Seidel Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik (Albert Einstein Institute) NCSA, U of Illinois.

developments happening at the same time: very exciting coincidence! Gravitational Waves Astronomy: New Field, Fundamental New Information about the Universe Multi-Teraflop Computation,/Computation Requires Incredible Mix of Varied Technologies and Expertise! Many Scientific/Engineering Components Physics, astrophysics, CFD, engineering,... Many Numerical Algorithm /, launching new jobs, etc) Dynamic use of eg MDS for finding available resources Go! Dynamic Grid Computing Clone job with steered parameter/


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Grid Computing: Concepts, Appplications, and Technologies Ian Foster Mathematics and Computer Science Division Argonne National Laboratory and Department.

Geophysics, earthquake modeling –Fluids, aerodynamic design –Pollutant dispersal scenarios l Astronomy: Digital sky surveys foster@mcs.anl.gov ARGONNE  CHICAGO 7 /state management Notification Compute Resource Data Resource Other Service or Application Job manager Job manager Service naming foster@mcs.anl.gov ARGONNE  CHICAGO 45/grids & domain decomps, visualization and steering, etc. l Custom linking/configuration tools l Developed for astrophysics, but not astrophysics-specific Cactus “flesh” Thorns /


Chapter 3 Light and Telescopes: Extending Our Senses.

, we call them the “Galilean moons.” 3.1 The First Telescopes for Astronomy Galileo went on to discover that Venus went through a complete set of phases/a telescope’s primary lens or mirror is particularly important because the main job of most telescopes is to collect light—to act as a “light/, Notre Dame, Research Corporation, and European institutes. The Astrophysical Institute of the Canary Islands, with European membership, and with additional participation from Mexico and the University of Florida, is/


Opportunities for Talented People with Physics Training David Toback Department of Physics and Astronomy Texas A&M University

in any of the classes Warning: My answers may be more blunt than you wanted… 5 Let’s talk Jobs and Money first After I’ve convinced you not to worry, then we can talk about the fun stuff… 6 /in Undergraduate Research? Physics department has a long history of award winning undergraduate research in many areas: Applied Physics Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology Atomic Physics Condensed Matter Physics Materials Physics Nuclear Physics Particle Physics Quantum Optics String Theory… http://www.physics.tamu/


C.Distefano Catania, 9 th – 11 th January 2006 LNS Gilda applications: NEMO and ANTARES NA4 Generic Application Meeting Carla Distefano for the NEMO Collaboration.

: NEMO and ANTARES NA4 Generic Application Meeting Carla Distefano for the NEMO Collaboration C.Distefano Catania, 9 th – 11 th January 2006 LNS Why neutrino astronomy? The detection of high energy cosmic rays (up to 10 20 eV) are milestones in modern astrophysics but there/script for launching the code Produce the jdl file for a specific run Submit the jdl file using VO GRIDIT (edg-job-submit) edg-job-submit --config CT.conf --config-vo CT-vo.conf -o job_run.name corsika.jdl Running CORSIKA in the GRID: C/


Commentary on Chris Genovese’s “Nonparametric inference and the Dark Energy equation of state” Eric Feigelson (Penn State) SCMA IV.

physics, nuclear astrophysics, concordance models of particle physics & cosmology, etc. Our job as astronomers is to establish the conditions (`parameters’) in which these physical processes are actualized in planets, stars, galaxies and the Universe as/and model selection criteria (chisq? BIC?), there is no debate regarding the astrophysical model involved in binary star orbits (orbits following Newtonian gravity). There are many problems in astronomy where the link to astrophysical models is clear, and/


HST’s Productivity and Impact Jill Lagerstrom Daniel Apai.

.” 95% of the articles come from 12 titles: Advances in Space Research, Astrophysical Journal, Astronomical Journal, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Icarus, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Science, Nature, Astrophysics and Space Sciences, Astrophysical Journal Supplement, Journal of Geophysical Research. Methodology Very thorough job on the refereed. Decent job on the un-refereed. Full Text Search : Eyeball (print journals) Adobe FUSE/


Brian Schmidt The Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics the Australian National University Current Chair of ATNF-TAC.

of Astronomy & Astrophysics the Australian National University Current Chair of ATNF-TAC Understanding the TAC process Every 4 months ATNF calls for proposals for the ATCA, Parkes, Mopra, Tidbinbilla, and VLBI These proposals are compiled, bound, and sent/ telescopes? Is it technically feasible/ appropriate? Are Exposure/arrays/frequencies appropriate and correct? Is Sample Size appropriate? Will the proposers do a good job with the data? Previous observations reduced/published Track record on other work /


CREATING OPPORTUNITIES TRUST AND ENGAGEMENT FOR THE UK WORLDWIDE.

amount of practical experience. English must be excellent. IAESTE IAESTE Job Example in NI: SubjectPhysics, Mathematics, Computer Science (Specialisation – Astronomy/Astrophysics CompanyArmagh Observatory LocationArmagh JobStudent will be assigned to a supervisor who will provide a short research project in 1 of the observatories. Principle research areas: sellae astrophysics, solar physics, solar system astronomy and dynamics. Duration6 weeks RequiredPreference for someone from South Africa if possible/


1 The astronomy in Mexico, South Africa, Chile, Canada and Spain, in comparison with Romania Ovidiu Vaduvescu Conferinta Diasporei - Workshop Astronomie.

About 10 (international and public outreach). National: Cerro Calan (Univ de Chile), founded 1850 (modern 1927). Very good (dry and high 2000-5000m alt) sites! Canada About 10 (including education) and 3 shares overseas. National: Dominion Astrophysical Observatory (DDO), founded/ unfortunately I did not reach Cape Town and SAAO yet. Chile My 2 years work experience there (Institute of Astronomy, Univ. of Antofagasta: postdoc and univ professor) and past job search http://www.ovidiuv.ca/articles/Vega108.pdf/


The National Grid Cyberinfrastructure Open Science Grid and TeraGrid John-Paul “JP” Navarro TeraGrid Area Co-Director for Software Integration Mike Wilde.

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By Ken Journigan Olympic High Astronomy-Renaissance The History of Astronomy The History of Astronomy.

History A very complete story of astronomy is told in its history. The men and women of astronomical history are synonymous /job in Alexandria? 5. What is he most famous for? 6. What is an armillary sphere? 7. What was the Antikythera mechanism? Ptolemy When I trace at my pleasure the windings to and/and if you push me then I push you! Isaac Newton Creator of: Reflecting telescope Reflecting telescope Laws of Motion Laws of Motion Laws of Gravity Laws of Gravity Calculus Calculus Astrophysics Astrophysics/


The National Grid Cyberinfrastructure Open Science Grid and TeraGrid.

(highlighted in lecture 5) –pbs, lsf, sge… Primary means of controlling CPU usage, enforcing allocation policies and scheduling of jobs on the local computing infrastructure Computation on a Clusters Network Switch Pentium III Head Node/Frontend Server Pentium III Worker/VO HEP Physics CMS VO HEP Physics CMS VO HEP Physics CMS VO Astromomy SDSS VO Astronomy SDSS VO Nanotech nanoHub AstroPhysics LIGO VO Astrophysics LIGO VO OSG Resource Providers VO support center RP support center VO support center VO /


The National Grid Cyberinfrastructure Open Science Grid and TeraGrid John-Paul “JP” Navarro TeraGrid Area Co-Director for Software Integration Mike Wilde.

(highlighted in lecture 5) –pbs, lsf, sge… Primary means of controlling CPU usage, enforcing allocation policies and scheduling of jobs on the local computing infrastructure Computation on a Clusters Network Switch Pentium III Head Node/Frontend Server Pentium III Worker/VO HEP Physics CMS VO HEP Physics CMS VO HEP Physics CMS VO Astromomy SDSS VO Astronomy SDSS VO Nanotech nanoHub AstroPhysics LIGO VO Astrophysics LIGO VO OSG Resource Providers VO support center RP support center VO support center VO /


September 29,1999: LCB Workshop Session on Distributed Computing & Regional Centres Harvey Newman (CIT) Third LCB Workshop Distributed Computing and Regional.

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Vijay K. Agarwala Senior Director, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802 USA

energy neutrinos. (Dr. Douglas F. Cowen, Professor of Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics) Center aimed at describing, modeling, and understanding the Earths climate system. (Dr. Michael E. Mann, Associate Professor of Meteorology) A hub to connect experimental and simulation activities through the organization of collaborative projects, short courses and workshops. (Dr. Jorge O. Sofo, Associate Professor of Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics) Participating Research Centers 2-layer ONIOM Method HF/6/


UCR-HS Counselor Workshop Harry W. K. Tom Chair, Physics and Astronomy Dept. UC Riverside December 2, 2009.

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1 NSF Elementary Particle Physics The Present and Future of HEP: The NSF Perspective and Partnerships Presentation at the SLAC Users’ Meeting July 6, 2004.

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March 7, 2006 Seminar in Physics 1 X-Raying the Hot Universe John P. Hughes Rutgers University Astrophysical Studies of Supernova Remnants and Clusters.

, University of Pennsylvania, Univeristy of California, Davis. External Collaborators: Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Pennsylvania State University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, Univeristy of California, Davis. March 7, 2006 Seminar in Physics 3 Job Prospects Recent RU astronomy PhD graduates obtained jobs in industry, teaching colleges, NASA centers, academic post-docs, and research universities http://www.physics.rutgers.edu/ast/group-ast.html American Astronomical/


The Evolution of Cyber Infrastructure for Science and Engineering doesciencegrid.org William E. Johnston

environments –Resource discovery, brokering, job management –Workflow management –Grid management – fault detection and correction –Grid monitoring and information distribution – event publish and subscribe –Security and authorization, Capabilities to support instantiating /being developed in the NSF GriPhyN, DOE PPDG, and EU DataGrid projects for the High Energy Physics, astronomy, and astrophysics communities. The Data Grid services include –uniform and high-speed access in world wide collaborations –data /


Cardiff Feb 16-17 2005 1 Statistical inference for astrophysics A short course for astronomers Cardiff University 16-17 Feb 2005 Graham Woan, University.

astrophysics A short course for astronomers Cardiff University 16-17 Feb 2005 Graham Woan, University of Glasgow Cardiff Feb 16-17 2005 2 Lecture Plan Why statistical astronomy/ by us which is directly applicable to problems of astronomy." Jerzy Neyman, founder of frequentist hypothesis testing. Why statistical astronomy? …and the tools can be clunky: Cardiff Feb 16-17/16-17 2005 76 The Bayesian solution: We’ll go through this carefully. Our job is to determine r g. In Bayesian terms that means we are after p/


The (US) National Grid Cyberinfrastructure Open Science Grid and TeraGrid.

(highlighted in lecture 5)‏ –pbs, lsf, sge… Primary means of controlling CPU usage, enforcing allocation policies and scheduling of jobs on the local computing infrastructure Computation on a Clusters Network Switch Pentium III Head Node/Frontend Server Pentium III Worker/VO HEP Physics CMS VO HEP Physics CMS VO HEP Physics CMS VO Astromomy SDSS VO Astronomy SDSS VO Nanotech nanoHub AstroPhysics LIGO VO Astrophysics LIGO VO OSG Resource Providers VO support center RP support center VO support center VO /


The Texas High Energy Grid (THEGrid) A Proposal to Build a Cooperative Data and Computing Grid for High Energy Physics and Astrophysics in Texas Alan Sill,

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Astrophysics 2020: STScI November 13, 2007 Page 1 Mapping the Structure of All Matter in the Universe Steven M. Kahn Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophsics.

improve the more distant renderings. (If Saul had a telescope in his window, he would have done a somewhat better job.) Astrophysics 2020: STScI November 13, 2007 Page 16 Fortunately, Structure Evolves Rapidly With Time *As we look further out, we look/ of the optical sky date back to the early days of astronomy. *The real challenge is to go faint and wide. To accomplish this in a reasonable period of time requires high étendue. Astrophysics 2020: STScI November 13, 2007 Page 18 Importance of É tendue/


The International Astronomical Union (IAU) recognizes the potential of astronomy to contribute to education and creating a better world. To fulfill this.

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NuPECC Long Range Pan 2010 Nuclear Astrophysics Section Presentation to community Town Meeting Madrid 1 June 2010 Brian Fulton University of York.

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Kirk Borne George Mason University, Fairfax, VA ● Dynamic Events in Massive Data Streams, from Astrophysics to Marketing.

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Astronomy An astronomers salary is $101,826 but I will also have another other job a astronaut which makes $130,257. in my opinion astronomy is the best.

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Dr. Xiao Liu Sessional Lecturer, Research Fellow Centre of SUCCESS Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne, Australia Overview: Cloud Computing and.

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National Grid Cyberinfrastructure Open Science Grid (OSG) and TeraGrid (TG)

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Shawn P. McKee / University of Michigan International ICFA Workshop on HEP Networking, Grid and Digital Divide Issues for Global e-Science May 25, 2005.

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Computing at MAGIC: present and future Javier Rico Institució Catalana de Recerca I Estudis Avançats & Institut de Física d’Altes Energies Barcelona, Spain.

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Australian e-Astronomy US-Australia Workshop on High-Performance Grids and Applications 8-9 June 2004 David Barnes Research Fellow, School of Physics The.

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Vera Lvovna Khokhlova 1927 - 2003. Vera Lvovna Khokhlova Well known and admirable astrophysicist unexpectedly died September 24th, 2003. She was 77.

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