Naomi Pequette

  • Lectures and Posters

    • Presented Jan 2011 at the winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society. This is work based on my NSF-funded REU at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Summer 2010. More information can be found in the research tab at at the website http://astro.wisc.edu/~pequette

    • This research was done Summer 2009 at my NSF funded REU at the Maria Mitchell Observatory (Nantucket, MA). This poster was presented at the Jan 2010 American Astronomical Society meeting as well as the Undergraduate Women in Physics Conference-October 2009.

    • Presented at the Undergraduate Research Conference at the University of Denver Spring 2010. This research was done with Dr. Jennifer Hoffman at the University of Denver.

    • A lecture given to the Denver Astronomical Society Jan 2009. Now that I have learned more from further reading and through an archaeology course, this presentation needs updating (especially Stonehenge, and more detail on Chaco Canyon)!

    • Here is an updated version of the Archaoastornomy powerpoint originally created in 2009. Please also see the notes that coorespond to the presentation. While they were written for me as notes to give the presentation, they expand of the topcs and include an important discussion about how astronomers need to coordinate with antropologists and investigate cultural significance. This is especially important in the case of Stonehenge, since the presented theory has since been disproven. There are also notes about the current theory of Stonehenge at the end of the notes.

    • These notes coorespond to the updated 2011 Archaoastronomy presentation. While they were written for me as notes to give the presentation, they expand of the topcs and include an important discussion about how astronomers need to coordinate with antropologists and investigate cultural significance. This is especially important in the case of Stonehenge, since the presented theory has since been disproven. There are also notes about the current theory of Stonehenge at the end of the notes.

    • This was the public talk I gave at the Maria Mitchell Observatory on M82 and my research on Radio Recombination lines

    • Presented at the 2011 summer meeting of the American Astronomical Society May 24, 2011 in Boston, MA. The poster is about my senior thesis research: Monte Carlo Radiative Transfer Modeling of Epsilon Aurigae. Includes some newer results and analysis than the senior thesis

  • Physics and Astronomy Club/SPS 2010-2011

    • Wings Over the Rockies-Hauntings at the Hangar
    • Physics Night at Elitches 2011
    • Other Events
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