Giovedi 21 Novembre 2019, h. 11:30 

 Aula L. Rosino Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia

  Roberto Capuzzo Dolcetta  

 Universita' La Sapienza, Roma





The central region of our Galaxy, as well in other galaxies, is site of peculiar phenomena, in an extreme physical environment. Compact massive objects are there present, either in the form of super dense star clusters (the so called nuclear star clusters) or in the form of massive singularities (super massive black holes). In intermediate mass galaxies they often coexist. In this seminar I give a short review of this topic and present some recent result that refer to an intriguing possibility of growth  of a super massive black hole In a galactic central potential well..




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