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.

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Spring 2020

2020-01-16

2020-01-23 Gabriele Pichierri
MPIA
The onset of instability in resonant chains
2020-01-30 Romain Teyssier
Zurich
Simulating galaxy formation and cosmic magnetism
2020-02-3/4/5

PhD seminars

2020-02-06 Adrian Barker
Leeds
Tidal dissipation in convective stars
2020-02-10/11

Compact Objects for All

2020-02-20 Simona Pirani
Lund
PhD defence
2020-02-27 Martin Rey
Lund
How diverse are dwarf galaxies?
2020-03-05 Justin Read
Surrey
Precision cosmology with dwarf galaxies
2020-03-06

COMPUTE Winter meeting

2020-03-11
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Matthäus Schulik
Lund
Simulations of giant-planet formation
2020-03-12 & 13

Postponed to autumn (1-2 October)

Svenska Rymdforskares Samarbetsgrupp 2020

(registration required)
2020-03-19 Andrew Levan
Radboud University
Made of stars: The origin of heavy elements from neutron star mergers or massive stars
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)
2020-03-26 Janez Kos
University of Ljubljana
Precise spectroscopy of open clusters
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)
2020-04-01
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Chris Reynolds
Cambridge
Particle physics beyond the Standard Model with clusters of galaxies
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)
2020-04-09 No seminar (Good Friday on 04-10)
2020-04-16
2020-04-21
COMPUTE seminar (Tuesday, 14.15-15.00)
Jens Saak
Max-Planck
Sustainable development of research software
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)
2020-04-23
Anne Klitsch
Copenhagen
A molecular view of the cosmic baryon cycle
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)
2020-04-29
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Jens Hoeijmakers
Lund
Heavy metals in the atmospheres of ultra-hot exoplanets
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)
2020-05-04
Compute event (fika to fika)
(POSTPONED!) Machine learning in Radio & Radar
2020-05-06
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Brian Thorsbro
Lund
Clues to galaxy evolution from chemical abundances of stars in the Galactic centre
2020-05-07
2020-05-15 (Friday) Matthäus Schulik
Lund
PhD defence
2020-05-18 to 20

Master thesis presentations
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)

May 18
10:15 - Lucas Hellström
Chaos in Stellar Dynamics - Outcomes of Binary-Single Interactions in Globular Clusters

14:15 - Ivalu Christensen
Accurate Abundances of Giant Stars in the Local Disk

May 19
10:15 - Alvaro Segovia Otero
Analysis of stellar spectra with machine learning

14:15 - Pablo Navarro
Efficient Discovery of Binary Stars

May 20
10:15 - Mateo Prgomet
Do Variations In The Initial Mass Function Affect Galaxy Evolution?

2020-05-27
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Astrid Ordell
Phenomenological constraints in multi-scalar extensions
2020-05-28 No regular astronomy seminar Honorary doctorate lecture by
Mary Higby Schweitzer and Thomas Henning
10.00–12.00, Lundmarksalen
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2020-06-03
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Iryna Kushniruk
The nature of kinematic structures in the Galactic disk
2020-06-04 Bianca Poggianti
Padova
Cosmic Jelly Fish
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