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Previous seminars: 2016-2020

 

HT2020  VT2020  HT2019  VT2019  HT2018  VT2018  HT2017  VT2017  HT2016  VT2016 

 

FALL 2020



2020-09-03    
Brian Metzger, Columbia University    
Shocking New Insights into Classical Novae

2020-09-10 (POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING)    
Alyson Brooks, Rutgers    
Small Statistics No More: a suite of simulated dwarf galaxies to interpret observations

2020-09-17    
Leonardi Testi, ESO    
Protoplanetary disks and the dawn of planets

2020-09-24    
Caty Pilachowski, Indiana University    
Early Results from the Blanco DECam Bulge Survey

2020-09-25
Brian Thorsbro, Lund    
PhD defence: Clues to Galaxy Evolution from Spectroscopic Observations of Galactic Center Stars

2020-10-14
Katrin Ros, Lund    
From icy dust and vapour towards planets

2020-10-15    
Jo Barstow, UCL    
Modelling transit spectra for cloudy exo Jupiters

2020-10-22    
Monika Lendl, Geneva    
First results from the Characterizing Exoplanet Satellite (CHEOPS)

2020-10-29    
Michela Mapelli, INAF, Padova    
The mass spectrum of black holes in isolation and in star clusters

2020-11-05    
Ricardo Schiavon, Liverpool John Moores University    
The galaxy within the Galaxy - Evidence from APOGEE for the presence of a major building block of the Milky Way halo buried in the bulge

2020-11-06
Iryna Kushniruk, Lund    
PhD defence: The nature of kinematic structures in the Galactic disc

2020-11-12 (POSTPONED TO SPRING)
Richard Monier, Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris    

2020-11-19  (POSTPONED TO SPRING)
Nadine Neumayer
MPIA    POSTPONED TO SPRING
The formation of supermassive black holes - clues from nuclear star clusters

2020-12-03
13:30    Master thesis presentation by John Wimarsson
Stars Eating Planets
Talk delivered on Zoom (details sent over email)

2020-12-04
13:00    Giorgi Kokaia
Lund    PhD defence

2020-12-10
(POSTPONED TO SPRING)
Joe Liske
Hamburg    POSTPONED TO SPRING
 


SPRING 2020



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)

2020-04-21
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)

2020-05-06
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15    Brian Thorsbro
Lund    Clues to galaxy evolution from chemical abundances of stars in the Galactic centre

2020-05-15 (Friday)    Matthäus Schulik
Lund    PhD defence
 
2020-05-18 10:15 - Lucas Hellström
Chaos in Stellar Dynamics - Outcomes of Binary-Single Interactions in Globular Clusters
Master thesis presentations

2020-05-18 14:15 - Ivalu Christensen
Accurate Abundances of Giant Stars in the Local Disk
Master thesis presentations

2020-05-19 10:15 - Alvaro Segovia Otero
Analysis of stellar spectra with machine learning
Master thesis presentations

2020-05-19 14:15 - Pablo Navarro
Efficient Discovery of Binary Stars
Master thesis presentations

2020-05-20 10:15 - Mateo Prgomet
Do Variations In The Initial Mass Function Affect Galaxy Evolution?
Master thesis presentations

2020-05-27
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15    Astrid Ordell
Phenomenological constraints in multi-scalar extensions

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


FALL 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    Dynamics of Exoplanet Systems

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    Antoine Petit
The architecture and stability of planetary systems

2019-10-17    Jennifer Johnson
Ohio State University    Chemical Cartography of the Milky Way

2019-10-21, 10:30
Note unusual time and day    Doug Lin
UC, Santa Cruz    Stellar rejuvenation and gravitational waves in AGN disks:Analog of planetary systems around massive black holes

2019-10-30
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15    Simona Pirani
Lund    Unveiling the early history of the solar system

2019-10-31    Eric Emsellem
ESO    Early-type galaxies: climbing to the top of the mass ladder

2019-11-07
Astrid Lamberts
Nice    Progenitors of gravitational waves, near and far

2019-11-14    Alessandra Mastrobuono-Battisti
MPIA    Merging globular clusters in an evolving galaxy

2019-11-20
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15    Korinna Zapp

2019-11-21    James Owen
Imperial College London    The origin and evolution of close-in exoplanets

2019-11-27
Wednesday 15:15    Khyati Malhan
Stockholm    Probing dark matter with globular cluster streams

2019-12-05    Simon Albrecht
Aarhus University    

2019-12-18
ATP talk Wednesday 15:15    Adriaan Merlevede


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


FALL 2018


2018-09-06
Licenciate thesis defence
Thursday 09:00    Noemi Schaffer
Lund    Dust dynamics in protoplanetary disks
2018-09-20    Steven Longmore
Liverpool John Moores University    Star formation in the Galactic Centre

2018-09-21
COMPUTE talk
Friday 10:30    Steven Longmore
Liverpool John Moores University    Using machine learning to identify animals from drones

2018-09-27    Jeremy Fensch
European Southern Observatory    Gas fraction of galaxies and impact of mergers across cosmic times

2018-10-03
ATP talk
Wednesday 15:15    Oscar Agertz
Lund    The edge of galaxy formation

2018-10-04    Katarina Kraljic
Edinburgh    Galaxy evolution in the metric of the cosmic web

2018-10-11    Giovanna Tinetti
University College London    A chemical survey of planets in our galaxy

2018-10-18    Melvyn B. Davies
Lund    The Astrophysics of Stellar Clusters

2018-10-25    Chris Belczynski
Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warzaw    Gravitational-wave Astrophysics: BH-BH/NS-NS mergers with LIGO/Virgo

2018-10-31
ATP talk
Wednesday 15:15    Victor Olariu
Lund    Multi-scale dynamical modelling of early T-cell precursor commitment

2018-11-01    Andrew Cameron
University of St Andrews    Why doomed hot Jupiters are most easily found when young.

2018-11-08    Ravit Helled
University of Zurich    Understanding Jupiter, the Solar System's Gas Giant

2018-11-15, 13:30    Brian Thorsbro
Lund    Licenciate thesis defence

2018-11-21
ATP talk
Wednesday 15:15    Stefan Prestel
Lund    Precision calculations in HEP event generators

2018-11-29    Gregor Traven
Lund    Binary stars in the era of data-driven astronomy

2018-12-06    Benjamin Ragan-Kelley
Simula    Jupyter: facilitating interactive, open, and reproducible science


SPRING 2018


2018-01-18/19
PhD seminars

2018-01-25    Mirek Giersz
Warsaw    Black holes in stellar clusters

2018-02-01    Jayne Birkby
Amsterdam    New frontiers in exoplanet characterisation

2018-02-05/06
The Dynamical Universe for ALL

2018-02-08    Beibei Liu
Amsterdam/Lund    Understanding the formation and evolution of super-Earth planets

2018-02-15    Ariel Goobar
Stockholm    Cosmic transparency and the dimming of standard candles

2018-02-22    Marie Martig
Liverpool John Moores University    The structure of galactic thick disks

2018-02-28
ATP talk

Wed. 15:15    Johanna Larsson
Uppsala    How does the culture of physics affect physics teacher education?

2018-03-02
COMPUTE Winter meeting

2018-03-08    Fabio Antonini
University of Surrey    Nuclear clusters and (supermassive) black holes

2018-03-14
ATP talk
Wed. 15:15    Johan Thoren
Lund    Colors in QCD

2018-03-15    Hiranya Peiris
Stockholm    Towards fundamental physics from cosmological surveys

2018-03-21
Wed. 14:15    Gillian Nave
NIST, MD, USA    Spectra of Th/Ar and U/Ne hollow cathode lamps for spectrograph calibration

2018-03-22
PhD defence, 09:00    Asli Pehlivan Rhodin
Lund     Experimental and computational atomic spectroscopy for astrophysics

2018-03-26
COMPUTE seminar Mon. 14:15    Martin Turbet
Paris    Exploring the diversity of planetary atmospheres with Global Climate Models 

2018-04-04
Wed. 14:15    Ivan Minchev
AIP, Potsdam    Semi-empirical estimation of stellar birth radii and the time evolution of the Milky way ISM abundance gradients

2018-04-05
Licenciate defence, Thursday 10:00    Iryna Kushniruk
Lund    Searching for kinematic structures in the Solar neighbourhood

2018-04-11
ATP talk
Wed. 15:15    Holly Capelo
Fluid instability in the particle stream of a dilute-gas flow: experiments in connection with planetesimal formation

2018-04-12
Bayes Day meeting

2018-04-19
Nik Piskunov
Uppsala     How to get a transmission spectrum of an exoplanet from observations?

2018-04-26
Lennart Lindegren
Lund    Gaia DR2

2018-05-02
Wed. 10:30    Christine Borgman
UCLA     The durability and fragility of knowledge infrastructures: lessons learned from astronomy

2018-05-08
COMPUTE seminar Tue 10:30    Alice Quillen
Rochester       Astro-viscoelastodynamics or Soft Astronomy: Tidal encounters, tidal evolution and spin dynamics

2018-05-16
ATP talk
Wed. 15:15    Najmeh Abiri
Lund    "Nothing" better exists with deep learning

2018-05-17
Kallen symposium: Exoplanets towards the future

2018-05-21
Master seminar
Mon. 09:15    Erik Dahlof
Lund    

2018-05-21
Master seminar
Mon. 11:15    Linn Eriksson
Lund    

2018-05-21
Master seminar
Mon. 14:15    Maria Lomaeva
Lund    

2018-05-22
Master seminar
Tue. 13:15    Sofia Savvidou
Lund    

2018-05-22
Master seminar
Tue. 15:15    Eric Andersson
Lund    

2018-05-24
Dave Armstrong
Warwick
Circumbinary planets: detection and populations

2018-06-14
Jon Holtzman
New Mexico State University
Chemical Cartography of the Milky Way Disk with SDSS/APOGEE
 


FALL 2017


2017-08-24
Master thesis seminar,
Thursday 10:30    Daniel Mikkola
Dept. of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund    Radial migration of stars, measured in N-body simulations

 

2017-09-07/07
The science of Gaia and future challenges

2017-09-07
Florent Renaud
Dept. of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund    Star clusters in evolving galaxies 

2017-09-11
Fran Bartolic
Dynamics of circumbinary planets and the role of mean-motion resonances

2017-09-13
ATP talk
Wednesday 15:15    Carl Troein
Dept. of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund    System biology in soil: Modelling degradation of soil organic matter by a mycorrhizal fungus

2017-09-28
Ylva Götbeg
Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy, University of Amsterdam    Binary evolution

2017-10-03
Tuesday
14:15    Andrea Ghez
UCLA    Our Galactic center: A unique laboratory for the physics and astrophysics of black holes 

2017-10-04
ATP talk
Wednesday 15:15    Asli Pehlivan Rhodin
Dept. of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund    Laboratory and theoretical atomic spectroscopy for stellar applications

2017-10-12
Chris Conselice
University of Nottingham    A new measurement of galaxy assembly through major and minor mergers 

2017-10-19
Joe Lyman
University of Warwick    The dawn of multi-messenger gravitational-wave astrophysics 

2017-10-26
Ragnhild Lunnan
Stockholm University    New puzzles in transient astrophysics: superluminous supernovae and calcium-rich gap transients

2017-11-02
Anish Amarsi
MPIA, Heidelberg    Towards accurate determinations of metal abundances in late-type stars 

2017-11-08
ATP talk
Wednesday 15:15    Jonas Wessen
Dept. of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund    Left-right-colour-family unification and possible low-energy consequences

2017-11-09
Chris Wegg
MPA, Garching    The bulge, bar, and inner Milky Way 

2017-11-16
Silvia Toonen
University of Amsterdam    The evolution of triple-star systems 

2017-11-21
Tuesday 14:15    Alessandro Romeo
Chalmers, Gothenburg    State-of-the-art diagnostics for detecting gravitational instabilities in galaxy discs 

2017-11-23
David Tsang
Southampton    Resonant shattering flares as counterparts to gravitational-wave chirps

2017-11-30
Martin Hewitson
AEI, Hannover    Space-based GW Astronomy: the path to LISA 


SPRING 2017


2017-01-10
Rydberg talk
Tuesday, 15:15
Rydbergsalen    Subir Sarkar
University of Oxford    Is there evidence for cosmic acceleration?

2017-01-24
Rydberg talk
Tuesday, 15:15
Rydbergsalen    Ariel Goobar
Stockholm University    Physics breakthroughs through observations of the transient sky

2017-02-02
Mark Wyatt
IoA, Cambridge    Gas in debris disks

2017-02-06/07
The Gaseous Universe for All

2017-02-16
Time: 13:30    Ilya Mandel
University of Birmingham    Gravitational wave astrophysics

2017- 03-09
Abbas Askar
Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw    Black hole mergers within stellar clusters

2017- 03-16
Else Starkenburg
AIP, Potsdam    Galactic archaeology to its limits

2017-03-23
Diane Feuillet
MPIA, Heidelberg    Local Stellar Age - Abundance Trends of Individual Elementals with APOGEE

2017- 03-30
Nadine Neumayer
MPIA, Heidelberg    The build-up of galactic nuclei: how do black holes get there?

2017-04-03/05
Big Questions in Astrophysics - KAW jubilee meeting

2017- 04-11
Tuesday    Janet Drew
University of Hertfordshire    Early-type stars across the Galactic Plane from the EGAPS surveys

2017-04-18
Rydberg talk
Tuesday, 15:15
coffee at 15:00
Rydbergsalen    Leif Lönblad
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
Lund University    

2017- 04-20
Alexander Krivov
Friedrich Schiller University, Jena    Debris disks as components and tracers of planetary systems


2017-04-26
ATP talk
Wednesday 15:15    Ruth Pöttgen
Department of Physics, Lund University    Looking at the invisible — Searching for Dark Matter Production at the LHC

2017- 05-09
Rydberg talk
Tuesday, 15:15
Rydbergsalen    Oscar Agertz
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
Lund University    Galaxy formation in a dark matter dominated Universe

2017-05-11
Karsten Dominik
University of Amsterdam    

2017-05-12
Dissertation
Friday 09:00    Karl Wahlberg Jansson
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
Lund University    Formation of pebble-pile planetesimals and the interior structure of comets

2017-05-15/17
Impacts in Planetary Systems

2017- 05-18
Phil Armitage
University of Colorado, Boulder    Stellar tidal disruptions as signposts of black hole binaries

2017-05-25
Master seminar week

2017- 05-29
Monday 14:15    Thiebaut Schirmer
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund University
    
2017- 06-01
Kaitlin Kratter
University of Arizona    


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
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    
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     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 
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    
Formation and early evolution of planetary systems

2016-11-25
Friday, 10:30
Sean Raymond
Laboratoire d’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 
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     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
Källen 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