Jamie Tayar
Hubble Postdoctoral Fellow
Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawai'i
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Talks I've Given

Below are some links to recordings of talks I've given in the past, but I'd love to give a (virtual?) colloquium or seminar at your intitution. I often talk about "Asteroseismic Tests of Stellar Models" for broader audiences, but am happy to talk more about stellar physics or rotation if that would be of interest. Please reach out, and don't let the time difference scare you, my schedule is quite flexible these days.

MOBSTER-1 Virtual Conference: The Evolution of Intermediate Mass Stars July 14, 2020

KITP Conference: Planet-Star Connections in the Era of TESS and Gaia: Current Limitations on Stellar Mass Estimates from Models May 22, 2019

KITP Better Stars, Better Planets: Exploiting the Stellar-Exoplanetary Synergy: The Evolution of Stellar Rotation May 09, 2019

Hubble Fellows Symposium 2019: Core and Surface Rotation Rates of Evolved Intermediate Mass Stars March 25, 2019

Kepler & K2 Science Conference IV: Core and Surface Rotation Rates of Evolved Intermediate Mass Stars June 19, 2017

OSU Astronomy Coffee Brief: Mixing Length vs. Metallicity, Tayar et al. (2017) April 4 2017

OSU Astronomy Coffee Brief: Rapid Rotation of Low-Mass Red Giants, Tayar et al. (2015) May 12, 2015

OSU Astronomy Coffee Brief: Angular Momentum Transport, Tayar & Pinsonneault (2013) June 10, 2013

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