Institut für Astronomie & Astrophysik

Astrophysikalisches Seminar / Kolloquium

Wintersemester 2017/18

Montags
17.15
Auf der Morgenstelle, Raum D4 A19
16.10.17  
23.10.17  

30.10.17

 
06.11.17  
13.11.17 Joris Vos, University of Valparaiso, Chile
Using hot-subdwarf binaries to constrain binary interaction theory (Abstract)
20.11.17 Philipp Podsiadlowski, University of Oxford
The Formation of Massive Black-Hole and Neutron-Star Binaries:
Understanding the Advanced LIGO Detections
(Abstract)

27.11.17

Shingo Hirano, University of Texas, Austin
Supersonic gas streams enhance the formation of massive black holes in the early universe (Abstract)
       

04.12.17

Pablo Benitez Llambay, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen
Planet perturbations in protoplanetary disks (Abstract)
11.12.17 Felix Fürst, ESA-ESAC
Fantastic Pulsars and how to find them (on the elusive species of ultra-luminous X-ray pulsars)

18.12.17

Andreas Bauswein, HITS-Heidelberg
Neutron star mergers

08.01.18

Phil Uttley, University of Amsterdam
Getting close to black holes with X-ray spectral-timing
15.01.18 Andreas Schreiber, Max-Planck Institute for Astronomie, Heidelberg
The 'Missing Link' in Planet Formation Theory and Why the size distribution of Asteroids and Kuiper Belt objects is so similar (Abstract)
22.01.18 Rolf Kuiper, IAAT, Emmy Noether Group leader
The Multi-Physics Feedback of Massive Stars (Abstract)
29.01.18 Gaitee Hussain, ESO Garching
Stellar magnetic activity & the environment of the youngest exoplanets (Abstract)
05.02.18  

Vorschau: Sommersemester 2018