Welcome to the Wikispace for the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics program
Dynamics and Evolution of Earth-like Planets
Jan 20, 2015 - Mar 26, 2015

Coordinators: Eric Ford, Louise Kellogg, Geoff Marcy, Burkhard Militzer
Scientific Advisors: Russell Hemley, Barbara Romanowicz

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This Week's Events


Note: First week and conferences will be different. See each week's schedule on the Talks & Discussions page.

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Typical Week's Events

Monday
  • 2pm New Participant Introductions & Plenary Discussion (SSR = Small Seminar Room, room 1003A)
  • 3:15pm KITP-wide Coffee & Cookies (Commons, informal)
Tuesday
  • noon: Seminars (Auditorium, room 1403)
    • TBD (20 min + questions/interuptions)
    • TBD (20 min + questions/interuptions)
Wednesday
  • 10am Coffee & Discussion of important/clear/recent papers/preprints (Library)
  • 3:15pm KITP-wide Coffee & Cookies (Commons, informal)
  • TBD: Group Dinner
Thursday
  • 10-11 or 11:30am Seminars (Auditorium, room 1403)
    • TBD (20 min + questions/interuptions)
    • TBD (20 min + questions/interuptions)
  • 3:15pm KITP-wide Coffee & Cookies (Commons, informal)
  • 3:30pm Coordinators planning meeting (TBD)
Friday
  • 10am Coffee (Library, informal)
  • 3:15pm KITP-wide Coffee & Cookies (Commons, informal)
Saturday
  • TBD: Optional Excursion

Have a suggestion for an event?

  • Eric Ford has volunteered to be the wikimaster for our program. He can be reached by phone at extension #6368, or in person in office #2325.

Getting started with the wiki?

  • Learning to use this wiki is no harder than learning to use email. Briefly, to edit a page, simply click the Edit tab at the top of the page. To add a page, click on the New Page item at the top left. Every page has a discussion board associated with it. To peruse the comments or to add your thoughts, click the discussion tab on the top of any page.
  • There is practice wikispace where you can try your hand at using the editor without fear of destroying previous handiwork. Here, you will find pages illustrating how to add tables, files, images, mathematical expressions, etc. You will also find a list of all previous KITP wikis from which you may get some idea how others have exploited this platform.