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We are pleased to announce that PMA now has a fully-staffed Caltech Postdoc Association (CPA) representation, with Evert van Nieuwenburg as the CPA Rep Lead and representing Physics, Polona Durcik & Aristotelis Panagiotopoulos representing Mathematics, and Fabien Defrance representing Astronomy. Please join us in thanking them for their service in connecting postdocs across the division, and reach out to them with any postdoc-related questions or concerns. 



Jessie Christiansen was featured on NPR's Morning Edition, Young Astronomer Uses Artificial Intelligence To Discover 2 Exoplanets
Interested in Math and Economics? Check out this profile of economics grad student Hamed Hamze, who uses math to study how people make decisions.

Special Seminar in CMS: Imaging a Black Hole with the Event Horizon Telescope

Katie Bouman, CMS
Friday, April 12, 2019
12:00 PM
Annenberg 105

Visual Culture Program
An interdisciplinary panel will discuss "Natural Features: Artists, Architects and Scientists Imagine Space."
Friday, April 19, noon, Avery Dining Hall

Von Kármán Lecture
A three-scientist panel will present “The Future is Cloudy: NASA’s Look at Clouds and Climate.” The event is free; no tickets or reservations are required.
Friday, April 19,
7 p.m., Ramo Auditorium
Ripples from Colliding Black Holes, by Vijay Varma has been published in Caltech Letters. Check it out here
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