I live in Lansing, Michigan, which borders East Lansing (MSU) and is about 1 hour from Ann Arbor (UMich) and 1.5ish hours from Detroit. I’m generally at UMich on Mondays and at MSU Tuesdays-Fridays. Please contact me if you’d like to meet up during one of my trips below or if you’ll be coming through Michigan!
Upcoming trips and events:
Giving a physics seminar at Wayne State University on March 1.
Giving three invited talks at the 17th AAS HEAD meeting, March 17-21 in Monterey, California. One is on spectral-timing methodology, one is on software tools for variability studies, and one is on timing properties of recent black hole transients.
Attending the Compact Objects in Michigan 7 conference at Wayne State University on March 29.
Leading the activity “Make Your Own Pulsar!” at the MSU Science Festival on Saturday April 6.
Attending the JINA-CEE Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics meeting at MSU on May 22-24.
Organizing the Python in Astronomy 2019 workshop in Baltimore, Maryland on July 29 – Aug 2.
Attending and on the SOC for the Future of X-ray Timing conference, marking the retirement of Prof. dr. Michiel van der Klis, in Amsterdam, Netherlands on October 21-25.
You can see slides from some of my previous talks here.