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.

Fall 2016

2016-09-01

Dimitri Veras
University of Warwick
The growing field of post-main-sequence exoplanetary science, including the record-breaker WD 1145+017 system
2016-09-08

Louise Howes
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
Metal-poor stars in the Galactic bulge - the oldest in the Milky Way?
2016-09-14
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Lennart Lindegren
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
The first release of astrometric and photometric data from ESA's Gaia mission
2016-09-15

Ivan Marti-Vidal
Chalmers
An ALMA-VLBI study of PKS1830-211: AGN variability at submm wavelengths and tomography of molecular clouds at half the age of the Universe
2016-09-29

Justin Read
University of Surrey
Near Field Cosmology
2016-10-06

Jason Sanders
IoA, University of Cambridge
Revealing the dark-matter halo mass spectrum of the Milky Way
2016-10-13

Shigeru Ida
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Planet Formation and Volatile Delivery to Terrestrial Planets
2016-10-20

Jacob Walcher
AIP, Potsdam
On the enrichment histories of galaxies
2016-10-27

Bo Reipurth
University of Hawaii
The Dynamical Evolution of Newborn Triple Systems
2016-11-02
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Hugo Serodio
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
The flavor puzzle and symmetries: tips for a successful marriage
2016-11-03

Richard Parker
Liverpool John Moores University
The importance of binaries: their effects on star cluster evolution and planet formation
2016-11-10

Fan Liu
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
Chemical signatures of planet formation in field and open cluster stars
2016-11-17

Andrew Levan
University of Warwick
Short gamma-ray bursts, kilonovae and gravitational waves
2016-11-24
Dissertation, 09:00
Daniel Carrera
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
Formation and early evolution of planetary systems
2016-11-25
Friday, 10:30
Sean Raymond
Laboratoire dÂ’Astrophysique de Bordeaux
Dynamical mysteries of the Solar System
2016-11-30
ATP talk, Wednesday 15:15
Johan Nilsson
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
Using "Deep Learning" to analyse interactions between donor and recipient DNA that determine early and late heart transplant failure
2016-12-08

Guido Moyano
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
N-body simulations of stellar clusters
2016-12-13
Tuesday 14:15
Kees Dullemond
Heidelberg University
Interpreting the structures in protoplanetary disks
2016-12-20
Tuesday 14:15
Tobias K. Fritz
University of Virginia
Constraining halo and satellite properties with proper motions

Spring 2016

2016-01-21

Aurelien Crida
Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur
How moons form from rings
2016-01-29

EXOCOMPUTE


Compute meeting
2016-02-01/02

Surveys for All

2016-02-04

Ross Church
Lund Observatory
Docent lecture
Modelling core-collapse supernovae on a computer
2016-02-11

Luca Casagrande
ANU, Mount Stromlo
Lights and colors: exploring the Milky Way with space and ground based photometry
2016-02-18

John Conway
Onsala Space Observatory
The new radio sky: astronomy driven by ICT revolution
2016-02-25

Edita Stonkute
Lund Observatory
Binaries and large spectroscopic surveys
2016-03-02
ATP talk - Wednesday 15:15
Piero Ranalli
Dept of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
Gaia and exoplanets
2016-03-10
Kälen seminar
Eva Grebel
ARI, Heidelberg
Dwarf Galaxies: Fossils of Galaxy Evolution
2016-03-17

Chris Tout
IoA, Cambridge
The Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae
2016-03-31

Oscar Agertz
University of Surrey
The peak and edge of galaxy formation
2016-04-06
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Caterina Doglioni
Dept of Physics
Searches for dark matter mediators with DARKJETS, or: how to make the most of LHC data
2016-04-07

Boris Gaensicke
University of Warwick
Evolved planetary systems around white dwarfs
2016-04-14

Steve Smartt
Queens Univ., Belfast
Superluminous supernovae -- cosmic origins and evolution
2016-04-21
Andromedasalen
Ralph Schoenrich
University of Oxford
Exploring structure and dynamics of the Milky Way in the Gaia era
2016-04-27
Licenciate thesis defence
Wednesday 10:30
Alexey Bobrick
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund
Mass transfer in eccentric compact binaries
2016-04-28

Tim Morris
Durham University
Demonstrating Wide-field Adaptive Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes
2016-05-04
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15
Victor Olariu
Dept of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
Computational models for cell reprogramming
2016-05-12

Diederik Kruijssen
ARI/ZAH Heidelberg
The multi-scale nature of galactic star formation across cosmic time
2016-05-19

Willy Kley
Universität Tubingen
The evolution of circumbinary disks and embedded planets
2016-05-24

Crafoord Prize lectures in Lund

2016-05-27
Masters seminar
Friday at 13:15
Brian Thorsbro
Lund Observatory
The near-infrared as a spectral hunting ground
2016-05-27
Masters seminar
Friday at 14:15
Espen Brun
Lund Observatory
Tidal streams as a probe of the Milky Way assembly history
2016-05-27
Masters seminar
Friday at 16:15
Edvin Zigmanovic
Lund Observatory
Mass models and the spiral arms of the Milky Way
2016-06-1
Masters seminar
Wednesday at 13:15
Petter Thoren
Lund Observatory
Development and Testing of LOVES
2016-06-2

Clare Worley
IoA, Cambridge
The Gaia-ESO Exploration of the Milky Way
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