STRW local: Colloquia

Colloquia

This week's colloquia are highlighted in red.

LunchDateTimeSpeakerTitleHost
 07/02
11:00
Christopher Hayward
(Flatiron Institute)
Starbursts, outflows, and the emergence of disk galaxies Schaye
 21/0211:00
Samaya Nissanke
(University of Amsterdam)
Follow the chirp: Seeing and listening to the violent Universe with compact object mergers Rossi
 14/03
11:00
Nick Stone
(Columbia University)
The Chaotic Origins of LIGO's Binary Black Holes Rossi
 18/03
Monday
15:30
Brett McGuire
(National Radio Astronomy Observatory)
Lifting the Veil on Aromatic Chemistry: Complex Carbon Across the Stellar Lifecycle Hogerheijde
 19/03
Tuesday
15:30
Ciro Pinto
(ESA)
The growth and aftermath of supermassive black holes Hoekstra
 25/03
Monday
15:30
Serena Viti
(University College London)
Characterising the dense gas in galaxies Hogerheijde
 27/03
Wednesday
15:30
Yamila Miguel
(Leiden Observatory)
A Synergy between Solar System and Exoplanets
 28/0315:30
Melissa McClure
(University of Amsterdam)
Tracing the building blocks of life from "star stuff" to terrestrial planets Hogerheijde
 01/04
Monday
15:30
Laura Kreidberg
(Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
Exoplanet Atmosphere Characterization, Present and Future Hoekstra
 03/04
Wednesday
15:30
Jes Jørgensen
(University of Copenhagen)
Exploring the Complex Chemistry of Young Solar Systems Hogerheijde
 08/04
Monday
10:00
Ana Bonaca
(Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
Decoding the Milky Way Galaxy Hoekstra
 10/04
Wednesday
15:45
Paola Pinilla
(University of Arizona)
The Cradle of Planets: From Cosmic Dust to Planetesimals
 11/04
11:00
Michele Bannister
(Belfast University)
First arrival from afar: insight from interstellar planetesimal 1I/`Oumuamua into the past and present of planetary systems Portegies Zwart
 12/04
Friday
 
Remo Tilanus
(Leiden Observatory & Radboud University)
SPECIAL COLLOQUIUM: The First Results of the Event Horizon Telescope Hogerheijde
 25/0411:00
Marieke van den Brink
(Radboud University)
The Inclusive University Snik
 29/04
Monday
15:30
Jan Cami
(University of Western Ontario)
Exposing the Physics and Chemistry of large organic molecules in space Kuijken
 02/05
11:00
Monika Moscibrodzka
(Radboud University)
Towards Understanding Black Hole Accretion and Jet Launching Tilanus
 06/05
Monday
15:30
Jens Kauffmann
(MIT Haystack Observatory)
The Molecular Cosmos as seen from the Milky Way Hogerheijde
 08/05
Wednesday
15:30
Els Peeters
(University of Western Ontario)
The photochemical evolution of the interstellar PAH family Hogerheijde
 09/0511:00
Sherry Suyu
(MPA Garching)
Cosmology with Gravitational Lens Time Delays Hoekstra
 16/05
11:00
Hilke Schlichting
(UCLA)
Atmospheric accretion and loss during planet formation spz
 23/05
11:00
Tetsuya Tokano
(University of Cologne)
Cassini mission and the seas on Titan spz
 06/0611:00
Christoph Mordasini
(University of Bern)
The impact of disk properties on the properties of emerging planetary systems spz
 13/06
11:00
Douglas Boubert
(University of Oxford)
Hypervelocity discoveries with Gaia DR2 Brown
 20/06
11:00
Shrinivas Kulkarni
(CalTech)
The Restless Universe: From PTF to ZTF tbd
 11/0712:30
Tessel Linders
(FWN BB)
Information meeting New Campus Building
Register 26/09
de sitter
11:00
Jihad Touma
(American University Beirut)
tbd spz
Register 31/10
tbd
11:00
Elisa Chisari
(Oxford University)
Astrophysics meets cosmology: challenges and opportunities tbd
Register 14/11
de sitter
11:00
Marta Volonteri
(Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
Massive black holes in the cosmos spz
Register 28/11
tbd
00:00
Rony Keppens
(KU Leuven)
PROMINENT: unraveling the secrets ofsolar prominences and coronal rain showers spz
Register 12/1211:00
Enrico Barausse
(SISSA, Italy)
TBA Rossi

Colloquia take place in the de Sitter room on the ground floor of the Oort Building, Niels Bohrweg 2, Leiden, and start at 11:00 sharp. Coffee and tea are served at 10:45. After the colloquium, a simple lunch is provided. Registration is required to join the lunch.


For questions and/or suggestions concerning the colloquium series, please contact Michiel Hogerheijde (e-mail ) and Simon Portegies Zwart (e-mail )
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