STRW local: Regular Colloquia

Colloquia

This week's colloquia are highlighted in red.

LunchDateTimeSpeakerTitleHost
 04/0211:15
Shu-ichiro Inutsuka
(Nagoya University)
Bubble-Filament Paradigm of Star Formation spz
 11/02
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16:00
Robert Brakenridge
(Institute for arctic and alpine research)
Solar system exposure to supernova gamma-ray radiation spz
 18/02
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10:00
Jan Eldridge
(University of Aukland)
Some of the things binary stars do.... SPZ
 04/03
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15:00
Keith Hawkins
(The University of Texas at Austin)
Galactic Archaeology with Gaia and Large Spectroscopic Surveys
 11/03
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11:15
Amirhossein Bagheri
(ETH Zurich)
Dynamical evidence for Phobos and Deimos as remnants of a disrupted common progenitor spz
 18/03
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11:15
Reinhard Genzel
(MPG)
A Forty-Year Journey SPZ
 25/03
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11:15
Martin Hardcastle
(University of Hertfordshire)
The environmental effects of the radio-loud AGN population SPZ
 08/04
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11:15
Katie Auchettl
(Melbourne University)
The imprint of their explosions: Using supernova remnants to understand stellar death spz
 15/04
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11:15
Sohrab Rahvar
(Sharif University)
The astrophysical applications of gravitational microlensing and future prospects zoom
Register 13/05
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11:15
Sergei Kioner
(TU Dresden)
The acceleration of the Solar System from Gaia astrometry
Register 27/05
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11:15
Priyamvada Natarajan
(Yale)
DISENTANGLING NATURE AND NURTURE: TRACING THE ORIGIN OF SEED BLACK HOLES spz
Register 03/06
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11:15
Mirjana Povic
(Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute )
The work done in development of astronomy in Ethiopia and Africa over the last 5 years, the current status, future plans, needs, etc. spz
Register 10/06
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15:00
Duilia de Mello
(Catholic University of America and NASA Goddard)
Deep Images of Mergers (A citizen Science Project) zoom
Register 17/06
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16:00
Sara Ellison
(University of Victoria)
Gas and star formation in the nearby universe with the ALMA-MaNGA QUEnching and STar formation (ALMaQUEST) survey
Register 24/06
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11:15
Harry Cliff
(University of Cambridge)
Exotic particles containing five quarks discovered at the Large Hadron Collider zoom
Register 15/07
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11:15
Arman Shafieloo
(Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute)
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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 Ian Roberts (e-mail )
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