STRW local: Colloquia

Colloquia

This week's colloquia are highlighted in red.

LunchDateTimeSpeakerTitleHost
 03/02
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11:15
Brian Hare
(Kapteijn instituut)
LIFT: Lightning corona Imaging From a radio Telescope jcal/spz
 03/03
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11:15
Peter H Johansson
(Helsinki University)
Simulating black hole dynamics and gravitational wave emission in galaxy formation simulations spz
 10/0316:15
Claudia Maraston
(Portsmouth)
Evolutionary population synthesis models SPZ
 17/0316:15
Michael Wise
(SRON)
Space, the final frontier spz
 24/0316:15
Michael Lewis
(British Museum)
The Significance of Halley's Comet in the Bayeux Tapestry
 31/0316:15
Lisa Kaltenegger
(Carl Sagan Institute at Cornell University)
How to uncover the Mysteries of Rocky Exoplanets spz
 07/0416:15
Heather Cegla
(Warwich University)
Harnessing the power of stars to unveil planets and our place in the cosmos spz
 14/04
16:15
Shin'ichiro Ando
(UvA (GRAPPA))
Formation and evolution of dark matter substructure: Semi-analytical approach spz/jcal
 28/0416:15
Georges Meynet
(Geneva Observatory)
Stars at the Extreme: First Stars, Spinstars and Supermassive Stars spz/jcal
 12/0516:15
Ryan Wittingslow
(RUG)
A Conceptual Analysis of Artefact Function spz/jcal
 19/0516:15
Heino Falcke
(RU)
Studying nearby supermassive black holes at the event horizon scale spz
 02/0616:15
Jacques Kluska
(University of Leuven)
Disks around evolved binaries: do they form second-generation planets? SPZ
 09/0616:15
Sarah White
(Rhodes University)
New insights into active galaxies, via their radio emission Koen
 16/06
de sitter
16:15
Masaru Shibata
(Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics)
Neutron-star mergers, nucleosynthesis, and electromagnetic counterparts spz
 23/0616:15
Marijke Haverkorn
(Radboud)
The Magnetic Field of the Milky Way spz
 30/06
16:15
Mario van den Ancker
(ESO)
Disk Evolution around Young Intermediate Mass Stars SPZ

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 talks that start at 11:15, tea and coffee will be served before, and a simple lunch after the colloquium. For talks that start at 13:15, a simple lunch will be served before the colloquium (no tea or coffee afterwards).


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