Past events


Seminars held in 2019

  1. 08/01/2019, Turgay Caglar (University of Leiden), "The MBH - sigma Relation of LLAMA sample of AGNs"
  2. 10/01/2019, Simona Gallerani (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa), "Physical properties of z~6 quasars"
  3. 15/01/2019, Serena Perrotta (University of California), "ERQs are the BOSS of Red Quasar Samples"
  4. 22/01/2019, Mario Pasquato (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova), "Clustering clusters: unsupervised machine learning on globular cluster structural parameters"
  5. 23/01/2019, Amina Helmi (Groeningen University), "New views on the Galaxy and its satellites from the Gaia space mission"
  6. 24/01/2019, Lorenzo Monaco (Universidad Andres Bello (Chile)), "The quest for the most metal-poor stars in the universe"
  7. 29/01/2019, Raffaele Pascale - Beatrice Terny De Gregory (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "PhD seminars"
  8. 30/01/2019, Benito Marcote (EVN Support Scientist, Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC (JIVE), Netherlands), "Localizing Fast Radio Bursts and unveiling their extreme environments"
  9. 31/01/2019, Martino Marisaldi (Birkeland Centre for Space Science, University of Bergen), "From astrophysics to Earth observation: first science results of the Atmosphere-Space Interaction Monitor (ASIM) mission onboard the International Space Station."
  10. 05/02/2019, Karamveer Kaur (Raman Research Institute), "Stalling of Globular Clusters in Dwarf Galaxies"
  11. 07/02/2019, Gabriella De Lucia (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste), "Models of galaxy formation and evolution: recent progresses and open questions - the view from GAEA"
  12. 12/02/2019, Valentina Vacca (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari), "Observation of a nearby filament of galaxy clusters"
  13. 14/02/2019, Leon Koopmans (University of Groningen), "From the Cosmic Dawn to the Epoch of Reionization: a Radio Quest for Neutral Hydrogen in the Infant Universe"
  14. 19/02/2019, Romana Grossova (Università di Torino), "Radio and X-ray study of giant elliptical galaxy IC4296"
  15. 21/02/2019, Livia Vallini (Leiden University), "Probing the ISM properties of first galaxies through [CII] and CO line emission"
  16. 26/02/2019, Sara Cazzoli (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía), "Optical spectroscopy of type-1 AGN LINERs"
  17. 28/02/2019, Simona Paiano (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova), "An optical view of extragalactic gamma-ray emitters: identification, classification and cosmological distance."
  18. 07/03/2019, Lucía Rodríguez-Muñoz (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova), "Slow quenching in the cores of CLASH+HLS galaxy clusters"
  19. 12/03/2019, Federico Marinacci (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "Advanced ISM models for galaxy formation simulations"
  20. 14/03/2019, Michele Cignoni (Università di Pisa), "Star formation histories of the LEGUS dwarf galaxies"
  21. 19/03/2019, Paola Dominguez-Fernandez (University of Hamburg), "Spectral properties of magnetic fields in galaxy clusters"
  22. 21/03/2019, Giancarlo Ghirlanda (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera), "Re-solving the jet/cocoon riddle of the first gravitational wave with an electromagnetic counterpart"
  23. 26/03/2019, Virginia Cuciti (University of Hamburg), "Searching for USSRHs in low mass merging clusters with LOFAR and the uGMRT"
  24. 28/03/2019, Matteo Viel (SISSA), "Hydrogen as a cosmological probe"
  25. 02/04/2019, Dominique Eckert (University of Geneva), "Galaxy cluster science with the eROSITA all-sky survey"
  26. 04/04/2019, Jacopo Chevallard (IAP Paris), "New insights into extreme star-forming galaxies: testing and calibrating new-generation spectral models for the JWST era"
  27. 09/04/2019, Marcus Brüggen (University of Hamburg), "Survival of Cold Clouds in Hot Gas"
  28. 11/04/2019, Claudia Cicone (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera), "Massive outflows of cold gas and their role in the baryon cycle of galaxies"
  29. 16/04/2019, Laura Salvati (Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale, CNRS), "Constraints on cosmological parameters from tSZ galaxy clusters"
  30. 17/04/2019, Ezequiel J. Marchesini (Univ. La Plata, Argentina & Univ. Torino, Italia), "X-raying the Gamma-ray sky - preliminary results"
  31. 18/04/2019, Andrea Miglio (University of Birmingham), "Asteroseismology as a tool for astrophysics: from to the deep interiors of stars to the evolution of the Milky Way"
  32. 08/05/2019, Roberto Speziali (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma), "LBT - Italia"
  33. 10/05/2019, Andrej Zdziarski (N. Copernicus Center, Warsaw), "Geometry of X-ray sources in accreting black-hole binaries"
  34. 15/05/2019, Debora Sijacki (Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge), "Galaxy formation simulations: "sub-grid" vs. physics"
  35. 21/05/2019, Jens Chluba (Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, University of Manchester, UK), "Future steps in Cosmology with CMB spectral distortions"
  36. 21/05/2019, Yun Chen (National Astronomical Observatories), "Assessing the effect of lens mass model in the cosmological application of galaxy-scale strong gravitational lensing"
  37. 23/05/2019, Luca Izzo (Instituto De Astrofisica De Andalucia), "Phenomenology of the jet cocoon in supernovae associated with GRBs"
  38. 28/05/2019, Bruno Marano (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "Solar Eclipse of May 29 1919. Sun gravity bends the light: Eddington, the "proof" of GR and the myth of a bias. (please note: not a lecture on GR and Gravitational lensing!)"
  39. 30/05/2019, Ranieri Baldi (University of Southampton, UK), "The multi-band properties of low-luminosity radio galaxies in the local Universe"
  40. 04/06/2019, Hui Li (MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research), "Disruption of giant molecular clouds by stellar feedback"
  41. 06/06/2019, Fabio Vito (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), "The X-ray properties of the z>6 QSO population"
  42. 11/06/2019, Benoit Famaey (Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg), "Galactic dynamics with Gaia"
  43. 13/06/2019, Roger Deane (Rhodes University), "Imaging Black Hole Shadows with the Event Horizon Telescope"
  44. 20/06/2019, Andrea Mignone (Università di Torino), "Frontiers of High-Energy Computational Astrophysics: Bridging Gaps between Large and Small Scales"
  45. 25/06/2019, Salvatore Taibi (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias), "Stellar chemo-kinematics of isolated dwarf galaxies"
  46. 27/06/2019, Nate Bastian (Liverpool John Moores University), "The E-MOSAICS Project: Simulating the Formation and Evolution of Galaxies and their Globular Cluster Systems across Cosmic History"
  47. 02/07/2019, Emanuele Spitoni (Aarhus University), "Galactic Archaeology with chemical evolution models"
  48. 04/07/2019, Markus Bottcher (North-West University), "Neutrino production in AGN jets?"
  49. 11/07/2019, Chris Carilli (NRAO), "Part I: New results on Cygnus A. Part II: the Next Generation Very Large Array"
  50. 16/07/2019, Gianluca Castignani (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), "Molecular gas in galaxies in dense Mpc-scale environments through cosmic time: from the filaments to the cluster cores"
  51. 17/07/2019, Todd Gaier (Chief Technologist for JPL's Astronomy and Physics Directorate (USA)), "Physics and Astrophysics at JPL"
  52. 30/07/2019, Ed Moran (Wesleyan University), "AGN unification: the hidden truth"
  53. 05/09/2019, Tony Bird (Univ. of Southampton), "Surveying the transient hard X-ray sky"
  54. 17/09/2019, Matthias Hoeft (Tautenburg Observatory), "Radio shocks and magnetic fields in galaxy clusters"
  55. 24/09/2019, Chris Riseley (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "The Evolution of the Giant Radio Galaxy ESO422–G028"
  56. 26/09/2019, Ricardo Schiavon (Liverpool John Moores University - UK), "The building blocks of the Milky Way halo using APOGEE and Gaia, or "Is the Galaxy a typical galaxy?""
  57. 01/10/2019, Jan-Albert Viljoen (University of Western Cape), "Future constraints on modified gravity from RSD"
  58. 01/10/2019, Xiaoting FU (KAVLI - Peking University), "Low-alpha stars in the Gaia-ESO survey: exotic travellers in our galaxy"
  59. 02/10/2019, PhD student talks, "PhD student talks"
  60. 03/10/2019, Jeff Wagg (SKAO), "The road to the Square Kilometre Array"
  61. 07/10/2019, PhD student talks, "PhD student talks"
  62. 08/10/2019, Luciano Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt), "Autumn Lecture – The First Image of a Black Hole"
  63. 09/10/2019, PhD student talks, "PhD student talks"
  64. 10/10/2019, Pierre Cox (Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris), "NOEMA Redshift Measurements of Bright Herschel Galaxies"
  65. 14/10/2019, Massimo Stiavelli (STSCI), "Cosmology with the James Webb Space Telescope"
  66. 22/10/2019, Giannandrea Inchingolo (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "Self-induced fully kinetic turbulence in collisionless accretion disks"
  67. 30/10/2019, Maurizio Salaris (Liverpool John Moores University - UK), "Chemical tagging, stellar ages of halo field stars and the uncertain role of atomic diffusion"
  68. 31/10/2019, Bia Boccardi (MPIfR), "Testing jet formation in a larger sample of radio galaxies"
  69. 04/11/2019, PhD Seminars, "PhD Seminars"
  70. 05/11/2019, Margherita Talia (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "Illuminating the dark side of cosmic star formation at z > 3"
  71. 07/11/2019, Aayush Saxena (INAF-OAR), "Faint radio galaxies at the highest redshifts"
  72. 12/11/2019, Michele Bellazzini (INAF OAS), "Star formation in the Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream"
  73. 19/11/2019, Laura Bisigello (INAF OAS), "Investigating galaxy evolution with future telescopes: predictions for JWST, Euclid and SPICA"
  74. 21/11/2019, Alessandra Mastrobuono-Battisti (MPIA), "Globular cluster mergers and star formation at the Galactic Centre"
  75. 26/11/2019, Roberto Decarli (INAF OAS), "The baryon cycle in galaxies: New results and open questions"
  76. 28/11/2019, Davide Lena (SRON, Netherlands Institute for Space Research), "Is ionised gas outflowing perpendicularly to radio jets?"
  77. 03/12/2019, Stefano Ettori (INAF OAS), "Helium abundance (and H0) in galaxy clusters"
  78. 10/12/2019, Marcella Brusa (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "First results from eROSITA"
  79. 12/12/2019, Mark Vogelsberger (MIT), "Simulating Galaxy Formation: Illustris, IllustrisTNG and beyond"
  80. 16/12/2019, Xavier Barcons (ESO), "ESO: Enabling European leadership in ground-based astronomy"