Lund Observatory

department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics

Seminars at Lund Observatory

Astronomy seminars are given in English. They are open to all, but aimed at an audience with basic knowledge in astrophysics. Unless otherwise noted, seminars take place on Thursdays 14:15 in Lundmarksalen.

Autumnn 2019

2019-09-05 Diane Feuillet
Lund
Variations in the Metallicity-Age relation of the Milky Way Disk
2019-09-12 Irene Tamborra
Copenhagen
Neutrino astrophysics
2019-09-25
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Giorgi Kokaia
Lund
2019-09-26 Apostolos Christou
Armagh
The Martian Trojan asteroids: a natural experiment in asteroid evolution
2019-10-03 Daniel Faria
Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI
Space Security - Space as a Limited Natural Resource
2019-10-10 LISA meeting week (speaker TBA)
2019-10-17 Jennifer Johnson
Ohio State University
2019-10-24 No talk (Astronomdagarna)
2019-10-30
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15

2019-10-31 Eric Emsellem
ESO
2019-11-07
Astrid Lamberts
Nice
Progenitors of gravitational waves, near and far
2019-11-14 Alessandra Mastrobuono-Battisti
MPIA
2019-11-20
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15

2019-11-21 James Owen
Imperial College London
The origin and evolution of close-in exoplanets
2019-11-28
2019-12-05 Simon Albrecht
Aarhus University
2019-12-12

2019-12-19
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15

Spring 2019

2019-01-17
Docent lecture
Paul McMillan
Lund
The observational evidence for the existence of supermassive black holes
2019-01-24 Thomas Ronnet
Lund
Do analogues to the Galilean moons naturally form around Giant Planets?
2019-01-31 Daohai Li
Lund
Fly-by encounters between two solar systems
2019-02-4/5/6

PhD seminars

2019-02-11/12

ELTs for All

2019-02-21 (Jane) Lixin Dai
Copenhagen
Lessons on Super-Eddington Accretion Learnt from Tidal Disruption Events
2019-02-28 Lucio Mayer
Zurich
Massive black hole binaries
2019-03-07 Romain Teyssier
Zurich
(CANCELLED) Galaxy formation to the next level: modelling magnetic and radiation fields
2019-03-08

COMPUTE Winter meeting

2019-03-13
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Joel Oredsson
2019-03-21 Astrid Lamberts
Nice
Postponed until Autumn, 2019
2019-03-28 Elena Rossi
Leiden
Exploring the Galaxy exploiting compact objects with Gaia and LISA
2019-04-04 Mark Pearce
KTH
X-ray polarimetry - PoGO+ and beyond
2019-04-11 Angela Adamo
Stockholm
Clustered star formation from redshift 3 to 0; linking parsec to galactic scale physical processes
2019-04-17
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Christine Rasmussen
Diffraction with Pythia 8
2019-04-25 Thomas Tauris
Aarhus
Gravitational waves, X-ray binaries and supernovae - a new era of multidisciplinary research
2019-05-02 Sebastian Lorek
Lund
Simulating the formation and evolution of comets and planetesimals
2019-05-09 Manuel Guedel
Vienna
Setting the stage: Key constraints from star formation and stellar evolution on planetary habitable conditions
2019-05-15
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Nils Hermansson Truedsson
Low energy precision tests of the Standard Model
2019-05-16 Ulisse Munari
Padua
Explosive phenomena in symbiotic binaries
2019-05-20 to 22

Master thesis presentations

May 20
09:15 - Lorena Acuna
11:00 - Rebecca Forsberg
13:30 - Johan Appelgren

May 21
09:15 - Timmy Ejdetjärn
11:00 - Brad Bowers

May 22
09:15 - Loke Ohlin
11:00 - Samhitha Vadlamani
13:30 - Emil Zadera

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