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Seminar List

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna and Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia


 

January 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Jan 9th, h. 14

Michele Cignoni

Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, US

Star formation in the Magellanic Cloud

Tosi

Thursday Jan 16th, h. 14

Miguel Quartin

Univ. Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, Brasil

Measuring sigma_8 with Weak Lensing of Supernovae

 

Baldi

Thursday Jan 23th, h. 9:30

Post-doc presentation day

Friday Jan 24th, h. 9:30

Post-doc presentation day

Thursday Jan 30th, h. 14

Francesco Ferraro

Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Universita` di Bologna

COSMIC-LAB: overview and results

 

February 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Feb 6th, h. 14

Andrea Ferrara

Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa

First stars, first black holes

 

Comastri

Thursday Feb 13th, h. 14

Elisabeth Fernandez

Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Groningen, NL

Observational Clues of Stars at High Redshifts

 

Cappelluti

Thursday Feb 20th, h. 14

Olivier Ilbert

Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille, FR

Photometric redshifts and stellar mass assembly in the COSMOS field

  

Bolzonella/

Cucciati

Thursday Feb 27th, h. 14

Christina Plainaki

INAF-IAPS Roma

Generation of water and oxygen exospheres around Europa and Ganymede through Jovian plasma-moons interactions

  

Maestri

 

March 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, March 6th, h. 14

Livia Vallini

Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa

Far-infrared line emission from high redshift galaxies

 

Vignali

Thursday March 13th, h. 14

CANCELLED


Friday March 21st, h. 14

Massimo Stiavelli

STScI, Baltimore, US

Reionization and first-light studies using space telescopes: an update

 

Tosi

Thursday March 27th, h. 14

Vincenzo Barone

Universita` del Piemonte Orientale

Simmetria e scoperta in fisica teorica

Fusi Pecci

 

April 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Wednesday, April 2nd, h. 14

Mike Koss

ETH, Zurich, CH

Studying Merger Driven Black Hole Growth with Observations of Dual AGN

 

Comastri

Thursday April 10th, h. 14

Emanuele Spitoni

Universita` di Trieste

The Galactic habitable zone of the Milky Way and M31 from chemical evolution models with gas radial flows

 Romano

Thursday April 17th, h. 14

Roberto Decarli

 Max-Planck Institut fuer Astronomie, Heidelberg

What drives the evolution of the cosmic star formation history

 

Cimatti/Vignali

Thursday April 24th, h. 14

Michaela Hirschmann

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste

On the effect of stellar feedback on galaxy formation

 

Cucciati/

Bolzonella

 

May 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, May 8th, h. 14

Elena Valenti

ESO, Garching, DE

The Milky Way bulge

 

Dalessandro

Tuesday May 13th, h. 14

Anthony Gonzalez

University of Florida, US

From Spitzer to MaDCoWS: Galaxy Clusters During the Era of Cluster Formation

 

Fedeli

19-22 May

PhD Lessons

M. Rowan-Robinson, V. Buat, R. Maiolino

The complex physics of dusty star-forming galaxies and AGN

Thursday May 22nd, h. 14

Michael Rowan Robinson

Imperial College, UK

Anomalous submillimetre SEDs from Herschel surveys: gravitational lenses or cold dust?

Pozzi/Gruppioni

Thursday May 29th, h. 14

Simone Recchi

Vienna University, A

On the structure and physical properties of star-forming filaments

  

Romano

 

 

June 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, June 5th, h. 14

Alessandra Contursi

MPE, Garching, DE

Herschel-PACS observations of local luminous infrared galaxies: main results
from the SHINING guaranteed time project

 

Brusa

Thursday June 12th, h. 14

Nikolas Prantzos

IAP, FR

The role of radial migration in the chemical evolution of the Milky Way

 

Boissier

Thursday June 19th, h. 14

Angela Bongiorno  INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma

The role of AGN in galaxy evolution

   Zamorani

July 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, July 17th, h. 14

Felipe Marin

Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, AU

Constraining bias and cosmic growth at z=0.6 with the WiggleZ survey

 

Moresco/Marulli

SUMMER BREAK

August 2014 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Tuesday, Aug. 26th, h. 14

Vicent J. Martinez

Observatori Astronòmic – Universitat de València – ES

The ALHAMBRA survey. First data release and first scientific results

 

A. Cappi


September 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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15th-19th Sept.

Conference

Evolving Galaxies in Evolving Environments

 

October 2014

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Oct. 16th, h 14

Matteo Tomassetti

Argelander Institute fur Astronomie, Bonn, DE

Non-equilibrium H2 chemistry in high-redshift galaxies

 Fraternali

Thursday, Oct. 23rd, h. 14

Stephane de Barros

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna

Dust attenuation toward HII regions in distant star-forming galaxies

  

Vanzella

 


November 2014

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Nov. 6th, h. 14

Julio F. Navarro

University of Victoria, Canada

Dwarf Galaxies as Cosmological Probes

 

Fraternali

Thursday, Nov. 13th, h. 14

Joel Bregman

University of Michigan, US

Missing Baryons in Galaxies  

Fraternali

Thursday, Nov. 20th, h. 14

Christopher G. Few

School of Physics, University of Exeter, UK

Satellite accretion in chemodynamical simulations of Milky Way-like galaxies 

 

Calura/Romano

Thursday, Nov. 27th, h.14

Angela Bragaglia

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna

Star clusters and surveys: high-resolution, multi-object spectroscopy of globular & open clusters in the Milky Way 

  

December 2014 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Dec. 4th, h. 14

Tommaso Treu

UCLA, US

Studying the first galaxies with a magnifying GLASS

 

Nipoti

Thursday, Dec. 11th, h. 14

Stefano Mineo

MPA, Garching, DE

X-ray emission from star-forming galaxies across space and time: from sub-galactic scaling relations to the Epoch of Reionization

  

Cappelluti

Thursday, Dec. 18th, h. 14

Kari Helgason

MPA, Garching, DE

The link between the cosmic near-IR and X-ray backgrounds: Signatures of the first black holes?

Cappelluti

 

Contact information 

Cristian Vignali (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Universita`di Bologna; Email: cristian.vignali at unibo.it)

Donatella Romano (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico, Bologna; Email: donatella.romano at oabo.inaf.it)