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18 Aug 2011
Timothy C. Beers
Michigan State University and JINA

Carbon-Enhanced Metal-Poor (CEMP) Stars in the Halo System of the Galaxy and their Link with High Redshift Damped Lyman Alpha Systems

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25 Aug 2011


1 Sep 2011
Lars Buchhave
University of Copenhagen

Transiting Exoplanets and the Kepler Mission

Abstract


7 Sep 2011

NOTE DAY:
Wednesday 14.15

Adriaan Ludl
Lund University

Master's thesis seminar:
Gaia Astrometry & Gravitational Deflection of Light in the Solar System

Abstract


8 Sep 2011
Clare Dobbs
Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics

The evolution of the ISM, and formation of GMCs, in spiral galaxies

Abstract


15 Sep 2011
Greg Ruchti
Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics

Origins of the Thick Disk of the Galaxy as Traced by Metal-Poor Stars Selected from RAVE

Abstract


22 Sep 2011
Eric Gaidos
University of Hawaii at Manoa

On the nature of the small planets around the coolest Kepler stars

Abstract


29 Sep 2011
No Seminar
"Astronomdagarna" in Gothenburg

6 Oct 2011
Blair Conn
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg

New insights into the Monoceros Overdensity and the outer Milky Way Disk

Abstract


13 Oct 2011
Johan Fynbo
DARK Cosmology Centre, Copenhagen

Galaxy counterparts of high-metallicity Damped Lyman-alpha Absorbers

Abstract


20 Oct 2011
Alessandro Morbidelli
Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur, Nice

The Grand Tack Scenario: Reconstructing the migration history of Jupiter and Saturn in the disk of gas

Abstract


25 Oct 2011

NOTE TIME:
10.15

Rikard Heimsten
Lund University

PhD defense:

Study of Large Deformable Mirror Concept


27 Oct 2011
Mark Gieles
IoA, Cambridge

The long-term evolution of globular clusters

Abstract


3 Nov 2011
Yoshiyuki Yamada
Kyoto University

Nano-JASMINE data analysis and future space astrometry in Japan

Abstract


10 Nov 2011
Elena Rossi
Leiden Observatory

Hyper-Velocity Stars

Abstract


17 Nov 2011

NOTE TIME:
10.30

Ian Bonnell
The University of Saint Andrews

Star formation and feedback in spiral galaxies

Abstract


24 Nov 2011

1 Dec 2011
Wouter Vlemmings
Onsala Space Observatory

The path towards a planetary nebula: magnetic fields vs. binaries?

Abstract


8 Dec 2011
Matthias Meier
Lund University

Tracing Collisions: How meteorites help us understand the formation of the Moon, the dynamics of asteroid families and the evolution of life

Abstract


15 Dec 2011
Johan Kärnfelt
Gothenburg University

Knut Lundmark and the Galaxy Quest

Abstract


11 Jan 2012

NOTE DAY:
Wednesday 10.30

Docent lecture:

David Hobbs
Lund Observatory

Using type 1a supernovae as cosmological probes

Abstract


12 Jan 2012
Giovanni Carraro
ESO, Chile

The old super metal-rich open cluster NGC 6791

Abstract


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