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Seminar List

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


 

January 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Jan. 15th, h. 14



Thursday, Jan. 22nd, h. 14

Francesco Costagliola

 Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, Granada (Spain)Onsala Space Observatory (Sweden)

Compact Obscured Nuclei in the ALMA era    Comastri

Wednesday, Jan. 28th, h. 14

Andreas Schulze

Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, The University of Tokyo, JP

The cosmic growth of the active black hole population out to z=2

 

Zamorani

February 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Feb. 5th, all day

Post-doc day(1)

DIFA/OABo/IRA/IASF

titles and abstracts

 

Friday, Feb. 6th, half day

 Post-doc day(2)

DIFA/OABo/IRA/IASF


Thursday, Feb. 12th, h. 14:00

Michele Bellazzini  INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna The SECCO survey: searching for very dark galaxies within Ultra Compact HVCs  

Thursday, Feb. 19th, h. 14:00

Elisabeta Lusso  Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri

The first ultraviolet quasar stacked spectrum at z~2.4 from WFC3

  Vignali

Thursday, Feb. 26th, h. 14:00

Francesco Haardt Università dell’Insubria

 The cosmic ionising background: from the reionisation era to present days

  Comastri

 

March 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, March 5th, h. 14:00

 Monica Orienti  INAF-IRA, Bologna  Relativistic jets and the radio/gamma-ray connection    Vignali

Thursday, March 12th, h. 14:00

 Donatella Romano  INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna  Galactic evolution of r-process elements: the role of compact binary mergers  

Thursday, March 19th, h. 14:00

NO SEMINAR

(Astro Frontiere in Rome)


Tuesday, March 24th, h 14:00

Cecilia Mateu

Instituto de Astronomıa, UNAM, Ensenada, Mexico

Preparing for Gaia: a new method to detect tidal streams and the Galactic Disk Warp

  Clementini

April 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Wednesday, April 1st, h. 14

Mark Sargent

Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Sussex, UK

Starbursts, normal galaxies and the molecular gas history of the Universe

 

Brusa

Wednesday, April 8th, h. 14

Lia Sartori

ETH, Zurich, CH

Can we see the AGN? The rapid cycle of BH accretion phases

 

Comastri

Thursday, April 16th, h. 14

 Filippo D’Ammando  INAF-IRA/DIFA  The third Fermi LAT AGN catalogue and beyond    Vignali

Thursday, April 23rd, h. 14

Adriana Gargiulo

DIFA/INAF OABo

A short (and not complete) journey in the early-type galaxy’s realm

     

Bolzonella

Thursday, April 30rd, h. 14

 Tom Broadhurst  University of the Basque Country  The First Cosmological Simulations of Coherent Bosonic Dark Matter for the “Post-WIMP Era”  Moscardini/Rosati

 

May 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, May 7th, h. 14

 Elisabetta Caffau  GEPI, Observatoire de Paris, F  CEMP stars: the most pristine objects?    Mucciarelli

Thursday, May 14th, h. 14

Giovanni Zamorani

 INAF – Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna  Evidence for Mature Bulges and an Inside-out Quenching Phase in Star-forming Galaxies at z~2.2  

Thursday, May 21st, h. 14

 NO SEMINAR (overlapping LIX congresso SAIt)

Thursday, May 28th, h. 14

 Paola Marigo  Università di Padova Travelling across the structure of a TP-AGB star: from the deep interior to the circumstellar envelope  Romano

June 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, June 4th, h. 14

 Nick Devereux  Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, US Giant Broad Line Regions in Dwarf Seyfert Galaxies Comastri

Tuesday, June 9th, h. 14

Damiano Caprioli

Princeton University, US New Insights on the Origin of Cosmic Rays   Ciotti

Thursday, June 11th, h. 14

Marco Ajello 

 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University,  US  The Fermi-LAT view of the Extragalactic Sky    Cappelluti

Thursday, June 18th, h. 14

 Elena Pancino  INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna  Gaia and crowded fields  

Thursday, June 25th, h. 14

 Brian Lemaux  LAM Marseille, FR  The Nature of Nurture in the Early Universe: An Initial Exploration into High-Density Environments at z>2     Zucca/Cucciati

 

July 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, July 2nd, h. 14

 Helena Dominguez Sanchez  Universidad Complutense Madrid, E  Living la vida loca: how to assemble a massive dead galaxy by z=1.0-1.5   Romano

 

September 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, September 3rd, h. 14

 Riccardo Claudi  INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova  Extrasolar Planets, Harps-N and GAPS    Bragaglia

Thursday, September 10th, h. 14

Fiorenzo Vincenzo

 Università di Trieste  Chemical evolution of galaxies: from nitrogen, up to europium    Romano

Thursday, September 17th, h. 14

 Leslie Hunt  INAF, Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri  The co-evolution of metallicity and star-formation rate in star-forming
galaxies to redshift 3.5
 Gilli

Thursday, September 24th, h. 14

Gisella Clementini INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna   Gaia and the variable stars  

 

October 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Oct. 1st, h. 17
(Aula della Specola, Via Zamboni 33)

 Roberto Battiston  Italian Space Agency; University and INFN-TIFPA Trento  What next in fundamental and particle physics in space   Fusi Pecci

Thursday, Oct. 8th, h. 14

Elio Antonello  INAF – Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera  Astronomia, Paleoclimatologia ed Evoluzione Umana  

 Notes

Comastri

Thursday, Oct. 15th, h. 14

 Mara Salvato  MPE, Garching, DE  AGN studies in the era of all-sky surveys (or so…)   Brusa

Thursday, Oct. 22nd, h. 15
(Aula della Specola, Via Zamboni 33)

 Piero Madau  University of Zurich, CH; University of California, Santa Cruz, US  The Dark and Light Side of Galaxy Formation    Comastri

Monday-Friday, 26th-30th

(Aula della Specola, Via Zamboni 33)

F. Calura,

R. Gilli,

E. Vanzella,

M. Volonteri

  

to download the lessons, click on the name of the author in the file with the program

 Vignali

Thursday, Oct. 29th, h. 14

(Aula della Specola, Via Zamboni 33)

 Marta Volonteri  IAP, Paris, FR  Growing black holes in growing galaxies    Vignali

November 2015

 

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Nov. 5th, h. 14

Andrea Bulgarelli  INAF-IASF, Bologna The Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) and the ASTRI mini-array of telescope precursors   Vignali

Thursday, Nov. 12th, h. 14

Sebastian Kamann Institut für Astrophysik, Universität Göttingen, DE  Massive multiplex MUSE spectroscopy in globular clusters   Lanzoni

Tuesday, Nov. 17th, h. 14

Young-Wook Lee Center for Galaxy Evolution Research & Department of Astronomy Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea The origin of the Oosterhoff dichotomy and the double red clump in the halo and bulge of the Milky Way
  Ferraro

Thursday, Nov. 19th, h. 14

Matteo Guainazzi   Astro-H ESA Science Operation Center; Astro-H JAXA Operation Office  Probing the gas structure around Active Galactic Nuclei: the NuSTAR results and the ASTRO-H perspectives
   Vignali/

Grandi/Comastri

PhD seminars (XXVII-XXVIII cycles) 

Date

Seminar

 (1) Nov. 24th,

(2) Nov. 26th

(3) Dec. 1st

(4) Dec. 9th

h. 14-15:30

Sala seminari

 Seminari finali dottorandi (cicli XXVII-XXVIII)
(1) S. Marchesi/N. Tessore(2) E. Lapenna/L.Posti(3) R. Lico/A. Romeo(4) E. Di Teodoro/G. Pezzulli

 

December 2015

Date

Speaker

Institute

Title

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Thursday, Dec. 3rd, h. 14

Chiaki Kobayashi Centre for Astrophysics Research, University of Hertfordshire, UK  Chemodynamical simulations of galaxies from Milky Way to early-type galaxies
Romano

Thursday, Dec. 10th, h. 14

Corrado Boeche Astronomisches Rechen-Institut, Zentrum für Astronomie der Universität Heidelberg, DE  SP_Ace: a new code to estimate stellar parameters and chemical abundances
  Romano

Wednesday, Dec. 16th, h. 14

 Rodrigo Ibata  Observatoire de Strasbourg, FR  Why is the Palomar 5 stellar stream still intact after all these years? Fraternali

Thursday, Dec. 17th, h. 14

 Elena M. Rossi  Leiden University, NL  Hypervelocity stars: a new tool to constrain the Galaxy in the Gaia era   Brusa

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)