Previous seminars 2017



  • 14-12-2017 ore 11.30 Bradley M. Peterson (Department of Astronomy, The Ohio State University)"The Large Ultraviolet, Optical, Infrared Surveyor (LUVOIR)"

  • 7-12-2017 ore 11.30 Paola Andreani (ESO, Garching)"Extreme excitation in high redshift galaxies: APEX and ALMA observations of the Atomic Carbon (CI) and Carbon monoxide (CO) emission lines"

  • 6-12-2017 ore 11.30 Angela Adamo (Department of Astronomy, Stockholm University) "The nature and nurture of clustered star formation: linking parsec to galactic scale physical processes"


  • 30-11-2017 ore 11.30 Mario Pasquato (INAF Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova) "Black hole hunting with artificial intelligence"

  • 23-11-2017 ore 11.30 Talvikki Hovatta (Università di Turku) "Magnetic fields around relativistic jets"

  • 9-11-2017 ore 11.30 Gavin Dalton (Department of Astrophysics, University of Oxford) "WEAVE"

  • 7-11-2017 ore 10.30 Clémence Fontanive (Institute for Astronomy, The University of Edinburgh) "Brown Dwarf Binary Properties as a Function of Age"

  • 2-11-2017 ore 11.30 Francesca Matteucci (Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Trieste) "Galactic astroarchaeology:chemical abundance and evolution of galaxies"


  • 19-10-2017 ore 11.30 Anna Wolter (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera) "Ultra-luminous X-ray sources in Ring Galaxies"

  • 12-10-2017 ore 11.30 Sebastien Salmon (Università di Liegi) "A new light on the Solar problem"


  • 20-9-2017 ore 11.30 Belén Alcalde Pampliega (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) "Searching for Extremely Red Masive Galaxies in the early Universe: mid-infrared bright sources at z>3"


  • 22-6-2017 ore 11.30 Simone Marchi (NASA Lunar Science Institute, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, CO) "Main Belt Asteroids: A Melting Pot of Early Solar System Relicts"

  • 21-6-2017 ore 11.30 Mattia Negrello (School of Physics and Astronomy, Cardiff University) "Dust-obscured galaxies under the cosmic zoom lens in the Herschel-ATLAS"

  • 15-6-2017 ore 11.30 Randall Wayth (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, Curtin University) "The science and technology of low frequency radio astronomy"

  • 14-6-2017 ore 11.30 Mattia Vaccari (UWC / IDIA (University of the Western Cape and Inter-University Institute for Data Intensive Astronomy)) "The Universe in Full Color : Multi-Wavelength Studies of the Cosmic Star Formation History"

  • 8-6-2017 ore 11.30 Arash Bodaghee (Georgia College & State University (GA)) "The X-Ray Population of the Milky Way as seen by NuSTAR"


  • 25-5-2017 ore 11.30 Martino Marelli e David Salvetti (INAF-IASF Milano) "Exploring the X-ray Transient and variable Sky"

  • 18-5-2017 ore 11.30 Chris Haines (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera) "VIPERS: Following the evolution of the star-forming galaxy population to z~1 with 100,000 spectra"

  • 17-5-2017 ore 15.00 Bo Thide' (Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Ångström Laboratory) "Photonic Angular Momentum Techniques in Radio and Optics Developments for applications in space sciences and wireless communications"

  • 15-5-2017 ore 11.30 Alessandro Patruno (Leiden Observatory) "Do we have new evidence for continuous gravitational waves in pulsars?"

  • 11-5-2017 ore 11.30 Piero Rosati (Dipartimento di Fisica e Scienze della Terra, Università di Ferrara) "Exploring dark matter and early star formation with massive galaxy clusters"

  • 4-5-2017 ore 11.30 Sjoert van Velzen (Center for Astrophysical Sciences, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University) "New ways to study stellar tidal disruption events"


  • 27-4-2017 ore 11.30 Jacopo Fritz (Instituto de Radioastronomia y Astrofisica, UNAM, Campus Morelia) "The dust radiative transfer challenge: Edge-on spiral galaxies and beyond"

  • 20-4-2017 ore 11.30 Lodovico Coccato (ESO, Garching) "The properties of the stellar halos around early-type galaxies"

  • 11-4-2017 ore 15.00 Om Sharan Salafia (Universita' di Milano Bicocca e INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera) "How to optimize the EM follow-up strategy combining GW information and EM counterpart models"

  • 6-4-2017 ore 11.30 John Lattanzio (Monash Centre for Astrophysics School of Physics and Astronomy) "Why I Hate Convection: Overshoot at the bottom of the convective shell during a thermal pulse"


  • 30-3-2017 ore 11.30 Elena Bannikova (Institute of Radio Astronomy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine) "Self-gravitating tori in astrophysical objects"

  • 23-3-2017 ore 11.30 Paolo D'Avanzo (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera) "Short Gamma-Ray Bursts: situation and future perspectives"

  • 2-3-2017 ore 11.30 Andrea Possenti (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari) "The enigma of the Fast Radio Bursts"


  • 23-2-2017 ore 11.30 Marina Rejkuba (ESO, Garching) "A global view of the Milky Way bulge from VVV and GIBS"

  • 16-2-2017 ore 11.30 Adriana Gargiulo (INAF - IASF, Milano) "The crazy side of boring spheroidal galaxies"

  • 10-2-2017 ore 11.30 Paolo Cassata (Instituto de Fisica y Astronomia, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Valparaiso) "Probing the cold gas content of normal star-forming galaxies at high redshift with ALMA"

  • 9-2-2017 ore 11.30 Alejandro Clocchiatti (Instituto de Astrofisica, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Cile) "Continuum Foreground Polarization and Absorption of Na I in Type Ia SNe"


  • 27-1-2017 ore 11.30 Carlo Giocoli (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Università di Bologna) "Cosmological Applications of Gravitational Lensing"

  • 24-1-2017 ore 11.30 Carlos López Sanjuan (Centro de Estudios de Física del Cosmos de Aragón, Spagna) "Probability functions for unbiased statistical estimations in multi-filter surveys : luminosity function and merger fraction"

  • 12-1-2017 ore 11.30 Gayandhi De Silva (AAO and University of Sydney) "The Galah Survey update"

  • 9-1-2017 ore 11.30 Arianna Cortesi (Departamento de Astronomia, Instituto de Astronomia, Geofisica e Ciencias Atmosfericas, Sao Paulo, Brazil) "Recovering the origin of Lenticular Galaxies from stellar kinematics and multi-wavelengths surveys"

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