STRW local: Lunch talks

Lunch Talks

DateDurationNameTitleRoom
2022-12-16
Friday
30 minZiggy Pleunis
University of Toronto
Uncovering the diversity of fast radio burstsTBC
2022-12-14
Wednesday
30 minEduardo Balbinot
Leiden Observatory
Stellar streams and their progenitorsHL 414
2022-12-05
Monday
30 minSebastian Pineda
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, CU Boulder
(!! Room Huygens 207) Brown Dwarfs as Accessible Magnetic Analogs of Gas Giant PlanetsHL 207
2022-12-02
Friday
30 minBalpreet Kaur
National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Molecular gas in HI-absorption-selected galaxies at z~2HL414
2022-11-30
Wednesday
30 minDmitrij Titov
ESA
Venus: an exoplanet next doorHL 414
2022-11-23
Wednesday
30 minDanielle Futselaar
Illustrating the UniverseHL 414
2022-11-16
Wednesday
30 minJasleen Matharu
Cosmic Dawn Center in Copenhagen
(!! Room Huygens 226) Revealing how Star Formation and Quenching proceed in High Redshift Galaxies with Spatially Resolved Space-based Slitless SpectroscopyHuygens 226
2022-11-10
Thursday
30 minMatt Wilkinson
University of Western Australia
[Note: Starts at 12:45!] Are galaxy morphologies and kinematics reliable in the current generation of cosmological simulations?HL 414
2022-11-09
Wednesday
30 minAleksey Generozov
Formation and evolution of the young stars in the Galactic CenterHL 414
2022-11-08
Tuesday
30 minKaty Proctor
University of Western Australia
[Note: Starts at 12:45!] Intra-halo light as a probe of galaxy assemblyHL 414
2022-11-02
Wednesday
30 minPiyush Sharda
Leiden Observatory
Using metals to trace multi-scale structure formation in galaxiesHL 414
2022-10-28
Friday
30 mins minLisa Lehmann
New method to rapidly diagnose the large-scale stellar magnetic fieldTBC
2022-10-12
Wednesday
30 minVenkatessh Ramakrishnan
Roadmap to a compendium of black hole imagesHL 414
2022-09-28
Wednesday
30 mins minMolly Wolfson
UC Santa Barbara
Constraining the mean free path of ionizing photons at z > 5 from the Lyman-alpha forest flux auto-correlation functionHL414
2022-09-20
Tuesday
30 minMatteo Guainazz
ESTEC
Dirty Dancing: piercing the dusty environment of merging supermassive black holesGorlaeus DM115
2022-09-08
Thursday
25 minShane Hengst
University of Southern Queensland (UniSQ)
Debris Discs: a key component of planetary evolutionSnellius 403
2022-09-01
Thursday
25 minJesse van de Sande
University of Sydney
Dissecting the anatomy of the Milky Way through a chemo-dynamic analysis of its siblingsHL204
2022-08-02
Tuesday
25 minOliver Hahn
University of Vienna
[Note: Start at 12:30!] Cosmology at the Interface of Numerical and Analytical Techniques204
2022-07-21
Thursday
25 minFederico Stasyszyn
Córdoba (Argentina)
Advances MHD in the SWIFT codeSitterzaal
2022-07-20
Wednesday
25 minAugustín Rost
Córdoba (Argentina)
Gas shocks around cosmological filamentsSitterzaal
2022-07-07
Thursday
30 minTimmy Delage
MPIA Heidelberg
Dead zone evolution: Toward a full coupling of gas and dust evolution with MRI calculationsHL204

Unless announced otherwise, the lunch talks start at 12:50 sharp. The approximate duration of the lunch talk is given above, and additional time will be given for questions and discussion following the presentation. Please make sure that you take ample time to pick up your lunch beforehand.

Information for Speakers and Hosts: Talks are limited to 25 minutes, with 5 additional minutes for questions. Hosts are responsible for bringing the speaker to the correct room in ample time to set up laptops etc., and for ensuring the speaker also has time for lunch.


For questions and/or suggestions concerning the lunch talks, please contact Haoyang Ye () or Caitlin Doughty ().