Previous seminars 2019



  • 27-6-2019 ore 11.30 Alessia Longobardi (LAM - Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille) "A Multi-wavelength view of the Virgo intra-cluster component"

  • 25-6-2019 ore 11.30 Matteo Pinamonti (INAF - Osservatorio di Torino) "The discovery of super-Earth GJ 685 b and the population for M-dwarf exoplanets"

  • 20-6-2019 ore 11.30 Aris Amvrosiadis (University of Cardiff) "The nature of the strongly lensed SMG J091043.0-000322"

  • 12-6-2019 ore 11.30 Elisa Prandini (INAF - OAPD) "CatNET: probing cosmic accelerators with a telescope network"

  • 10-6-2019 ore 11.30 Boquan Erwin Chen (University of Sydney) "Discovery of nine new stellar groups in the Orion complex: Towards a robust unsupervised approach"

  • 7-6-2019 ore 15.00 Bill Harris(MCMaster University) "Making Massive Star Clusters"

  • 4-6-2019 ore 15.00 Pierre Baudoz (Paris Diderot University) "Preparing the future of exoplanet direct imaging"


  • 30-5-2019 ore 15.00 Giorgio Lanzuisi (INAF - OSS. Bologna) "Obscured AGN at high redshift: the role of the host galaxy"

  • 29-5-2019 ore 15.00 Daisuke Taniguchi (The University of Tokyo) "NIR Spectroscopy of Red Supergiants at around the Galactic Bar-End Region"

  • 23-5-2019 ore 11.30 Alessandro Alberto Trani (University of Tokyo) "Scatterings on a sphere - On the S-star cluster and black hole mergers in galactic nuclei"

  • 16-5-2019 ore 11.30 Francesca Annibali (INAF - OAS, Bologna) "The quest for observational evidence of the hierarchical formation process at the smallest galaxy scales."

  • 15-5-2019 ore 11.30 Elke Roediger (Milne Centre for Astrophysics, School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Hull) "Host galaxies of merging compact objects"

  • 13-5-2019 ore 16.30 Andreas Jechow (Berlin Institute for Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB)) "Ecological light pollution - an interdisciplinary research field for astronomers, biologists and society"

  • 9-5-2019 ore 11.30 Celeste Artale (University of Innsbruck) "Host galaxies of merging compact objects"

  • 2-5-2019 ore 11.30 George Angelou (MPA, Munich) "Stellar parameters in an instant with machine learning"


  • 26-4-2019 ore 11.30 Gabriele Pezzulli (ETH, Zurigo) "Constraining feedback models with Giant Ly-alpha nebulae at z~3"

  • 11-4-2019 ore 11.30 Eric Feigelson (Penn State, Univ.) "MYStIX: A new look at clustered star formation"

  • 5-4-2019 ore 11.30 Federico Bianchini (School of Physics, University of Melbourne) "Distortions in the cosmic microwave background"


  • 21-3-2019 ore 11.30 Viola Allevato (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa) "Clustering properties of X-ray AGN in the Chandra COSMOS Legacy survey"

  • 6-3-2019 ore 11.30 Enrichetta Iodice (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte) "The Deep (photometric and spectroscopic) Surveys of the Fornax Cluster"

  • 4-3-2019 ore 11.30 Annagrazia Puglisi (CEA, Saclay) "Compact galaxies hidden within the z=1.3 main sequence as revealed by ALMA"


  • 28-2-2019 ore 11.30 Enrico Congiu (Las Campanas Observatory - Carnegie Institute for Science) "Physics at high angular resolution with PHANGS"

  • 22-2-2019 ore 11.30 Lauren Schatz (The University of Arizona, College of Optical Sciences) "Optimization of a Pyramid Wavefront Sensor for Extreme Adaptive Optics"

  • 21-2-2019 ore 11.30 Eugenio Bottacini (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Univ. PD) "A X-ray All-Sky Survey: Extragalactic and Galactic Source Populations"

  • 14-2-2019 ore 11.30 Matteo Bianconi (School of Physics and Astronomy University of Birmingham) "LoCuSS: Galaxy properties in and around massive clusters at z=0.2"

  • 7-2-2019 ore 11.30 Mario Spera (Università PD - Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia Northwestern University - Department of Physics and Astronomy Chicago) "HOMERICS - The history of merging compact-object binaries"



  • 31-1-2019 ore 11.30 Sebastian E. Lauro (Università di Roma 3) "Radar evidence of subglacial liquid water on Mars"

  • 25-1-2019 ore 11.30 Da Zhang (Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) "Ultraviolet Imager with Wide-Field & Deep for Astronomical observation and Study"

  • 24-1-2019 ore 11.30 Julian Merten (INAF - OAS, Bologna) "Cosmological applications of machine learning"

  • 21-1-2019 ore 11.30 Sirio Blli (Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching) "The Formation of Quiescent Galaxies"

  • 17-1-2019 ore 11.30 Chiara Spinello (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte) "The stellar mass function is not universal"

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