Seminars for Astrophysics

Currently showing seminars filtered by seminar category 'Astrophysics' and in Nov 2016

When Location Title Speaker Series
01 Nov 2016
14:15
BIPAC Seminar Room Using the post-Newtonian formalism to understand general relativity and its alternatives on cosmological scalesViraj Sanghai
(Queen Mary UL)
Cosmology
03 Nov 2016
11:30
Bipac Seminar Room, DWB The formation of nuclear star clustersDavid Cole
(Oxford)
Galaxy Evolution Seminars (Thursdays)
08 Nov 2016
14:15
BIPAC Seminar Room Massive gravity and cosmologyShinji Mukohyama
(Kyoto University)
Cosmology
09 Nov 2016
11:00
BIPAC seminar room Gamma-ray Novae: Rare or Nearby?Paul Morris
(University of Oxford)
(SPI-MAX) coffee
10 Nov 2016
11:30
Bipac Seminar Room, DWB HIFI SPECTROSCOPY OF H2O SUBMM LINES IN NUCLEI OF ACTIVELY STAR FORMING GALAXIESLijie Liu
(Oxford)
Galaxy Evolution Seminars (Thursdays)
14 Nov 2016
14:00
Dennis Sciama Lecture Theatre Molecules and Dust in Low-Metallicity StarburstsDr. L. Hunt
(INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri)
Astrophysics Colloquia
15 Nov 2016
14:15
BIPAC Seminar Room Scalar-tensor theories and strong gravityThomas Sotiriou
(University of Nottingham)
Cosmology
21 Nov 2016
14:00
Dennis Sciama Lecture Theatre Black Holes in the GalaxyDr. J. Casares
(IAC, Tenerife, Spain)
Astrophysics Colloquia
22 Nov 2016
14:15
Beecroft Institute Seminar room Large Scale Structure Statistics for Precision CosmologyTobias Baldauf
(University of Cambridge)
Cosmology
23 Nov 2016
11:00
BIPAC seminar room Non-thermal emission from the interaction of AGN jets with starsDr Florencia Vieyro
(University of Barcelona)
(SPI-MAX) coffee
24 Nov 2016
11:30
Bipac Seminar Room, DWB A multi-wavelength view on the history of star formation from z=5 to the present dayCorentin Schreiber
(Leiden)
Galaxy Evolution Seminars (Thursdays)
28 Nov 2016
14:00
Dennis Sciama Lecture Theatre OB Runaway-Stars as Probes of Massive Star FormationDr. M. North
(University of Surrey)
Astrophysics Colloquia
30 Nov 2016
11:00
BIPAC seminar room Pulsation-driven Ejections in Common-Envelope ObjectsMatthew Clayton
(University of Oxford)
(SPI-MAX) coffee