STRW local: Colloquia

Colloquia

This week's colloquia are highlighted in red.

LunchDateTimeSpeakerTitleHost
 06/02
13:15
Stefanie Walch-Gasner
(Uni Koeln)
Molecular cloud formation and dispersal by stellar feedback Hogerheijde/Hacar
 17/02
Monday
13:15
Leonardo Testi
(ESO)
Protoplanetary disks and the dawn of planets Huub
 27/02
13:15
Francois Forget
(Institut Pierre Simon Laplace Université Paris)
Building virtual planets with Global Climate Models: a scientific endeavour Yamila
 05/03
13:15
Richard Anderson
(ESO Garching)
Putting Hubble Constant Measurements to the Test using High-precision Observations of classical Cepheids Henk
 12/03
13:15
Nadieh Bremer
(Visual Cinnamon)
Visualizing Connections Snik
Register 23/0413:15
Johan Samsing
(Niels Bohr Institute)
something on triples and black holes. spz
Register 07/0513:15
Stephen Justham
(Anton Pannekoek Instituut)
The evolution of contact and common-envelope binaries spz
Register 14/0513:15
Guide De Marci
(ESA)
New light on star formation in the Local Group spz
Register 28/0511:15
Christian Knigge
(Southampton University)
Accretion Disk Winds in Compact Binaries and Active Galactic Nuclei tbd
Register 18/0611:15
Michael Hilker
(ESO Garching)
On the ultra-compact dwarf galaxy-nuclear star cluster connection tbd
Register 15/1013:15
Jo van den brand
(NikHef)
Gravitational wave results from LIGO and Virgo tbd
Register 29/1011:15
Dimitri Veras
(warwick Uiversity)
Transformative advances in post-main-sequence planetary system science spz
Register 19/1111:15
Peter Jonker
(astron)
tbd spz
Register 03/1211:15
Andrew Pontzen
(University College London)
tbd Schaye

Colloquia take place in the de Sitter room on the ground floor of the Oort Building, Niels Bohrweg 2, Leiden, and start at 13:15 sharp. For the talks that start at 11:15 tea and coffee will be served before and a simple lunch after the colloquium. For those talks that start at 13:15 a simple lunch will be served before the colloquium (no thee and coffee afterwards).


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