Eventi passati

29/11/2018

Seminari tenuti nel 2018

  1. 11/01/2018, Francesco Tombesi (Università di Roma Tor Vergata), "The multi-faceted view of supermassive black hole feedback"
  2. 18/01/2018, Elena Mason (INAF - Osservatorio di Trieste), "Why are novae important - the prequel: panchromatic high resolution spectroscopy of bright novae"
  3. 25/01/2018, Paolo Padovani (European Southern Observatory), "The birth of (non-stellar) neutrino Astronomy"
  4. 08/02/2018, Rodrigo Ibata (Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg), "Preparing for the Great Dig in the Sky (with apologies to Pink Floyd)"
  5. 15/02/2018, Ilaria Pascucci (University of Arizona), "Scaling Laws in Disks and Exoplanets: Testing Planet Formation Theories"
  6. 22/02/2018, Heino Falcke (Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands), "Imaging Black Holes now and in the future"
  7. 22/02/2018, Heino Falcke (Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands), "Imaging Black Holes now and in the future"
  8. 01/03/2018, Gianni Bernardi (INAF - Istituto di Radioastronomia), "21-cm (observational) cosmology"
  9. 06/03/2018, Simona Vegetti (MPA, Garching), "Constraining the free-streaming properties of dark matter from strong gravitational lensing"
  10. 15/03/2018, Elena Valenti (European Southern Observatory), "The Milky Way bulge in the Surveys era"
  11. 22/03/2018, Lodovico Coccato (European Southern Observatory), "Kinematically distinct stellar components in galaxies"
  12. 28/03/2018, Joe Silk (Oxford & JHU), "EASTER LECTURE: The limits of Cosmology"
  13. 12/04/2018, Anna Feltre (CRAL, Observatoire de Lyon), "Modelling optical and UV spectral features of different ionizing sources: current challenges in understanding the high-z Universe"
  14. 19/04/2018, Alex Saro (INAF - Osservatorio di Trieste), "The South Pole Telescope (SPT) cluster survey and its cosmological implications"
  15. 03/05/2018, Laura Inno (MPIA Heidelberg, Germany), "Dissecting the young Galaxy via NIR spectroscopy of Cepheids"
  16. 10/05/2018, Vernesa Smol?ic (Zagreb University), "Black hole mass growth across cosmic time: Insights from radio surveys"
  17. 17/05/2018, Giacomo Beccari (European Southern Observatory), "The complex stellar population in the Orion Nebula Cluster with OmegaCAM"
  18. 31/05/2018, Andrei Mesinger (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa), "Cosmic dawn and reionization: preparing for the 21-cm revolution"
  19. 07/06/2018, Giovanni Losurdo (INFN - Pisa), "GRAVITATIONAL WAVE OBSERVATIONS: ACHIEVEMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES"
  20. 12/06/2018, Vincenzo Mainieri (European Southern Observatory), "A close look at AGN feedback"
  21. 21/06/2018, Alessandro Papitto ((INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma)), "Transitional millisecond pulsars"
  22. 28/06/2018, Filippo D’Ammando (INAF - Istituto di Radioastronomia), "10 years in space: highlights of Fermi-LAT science"
  23. 12/07/2018, Jeremy Mould (Swinburne University, CAS, Australia), "The Taipan Survey"
  24. 04/09/2018, Matteo Bianconi (University of Birmingham), "Strong-lensing of Gravitational Waves by Galaxy Clusters: Deep and rapid observations of galaxy clusters within the sky localisation of GW170814"
  25. 20/09/2018, Elena Pian and Eliana Palazzi (INAF OAS Bologna), "ENGRAVE - the ESO follow-up program of gravitational waves sources revealed by LIGO-Virgo"
  26. 02/10/2018, Nazzareno (Reno) Mandolesi (INAF-OAS and University of Ferrara), "The Planck Legacy and beyond"
  27. 08/10/2018, Jorge Enrique Garcia Farieta - Alessandro Ignesti, "PhD Seminars"
  28. 09/10/2018, Nicola Locatelli - Matteo Braglia, "PhD Seminars"
  29. 11/10/2018, Adam Amara (ETH-Zurich), "Forward Modelling the Universe"
  30. 15/10/2018, Marco Padovani (INAF - Oaaservatorio Astronomico di Arcetri), "The role of cosmic rays on physical and chemical processes of the interstellar medium"
  31. 16/10/2018, Carlo Cannarozzo - Francesco Salvestrini - Giovanni Sabatini, "Phd Seminars"
  32. 17/10/2018, Marco Malaspina (INAF OAS Bologna), "Il nuovo sito web INAF OAS"
  33. 18/10/2018, Sera Markoff (University of Amsterdam), "And then there was light: what makes astrophysical jets radiative?"
  34. 23/10/2018, Kamlesh Rajpurohit (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "Radio observations of cosmic shocks from low to high frequency"
  35. 25/10/2018, Stefano Andreon (INAF - OABrera), "What is the role of the environment in shaping early-type galaxy sizes? Did it changed in the last 10 Gyr?"
  36. 30/10/2018, Fabian Walter (Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomy), "Evolution of Gas Content Through Cosmic History"
  37. 31/10/2018, Eva Schinnerer (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy), "Star formation and Galactic environment"
  38. 06/11/2018, Silvia Raso, "PhD seminars"
  39. 07/11/2018, Roberto Decarli (INAF - OAS), "Good Practice in Science Talks"
  40. 13/11/2018, Francesca Loi (DIFA Univ. di Bologna), "Predictions on the study of cosmic magnetism with the SKA"
  41. 15/11/2018, Marco Padovani (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Arcetri), "The role of cosmic rays on physical and chemical processes of the interstellar medium"
  42. 20/11/2018, Cecilia Bacchini - Matilde Mingozzi, "PhD seminars"
  43. 22/11/2018, Antonella Vallenari (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova), "The WEAVE surveys: status and project update"
  44. 27/11/2018, Riccardo Nanni - Ilaria Ruffa, "PhD seminars"
  45. 29/11/2018, Elisa Costantini (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research), "Exploring the realm of an active galactic nucleus through high resolution X-ray spectroscopy"
  46. 06/12/2018, Norbert Werner (Eötvös Loránd University), "Hot Atmospheres and AGN Feedback in Early Type Galaxies"
  47. 11/12/2018, Claudio Gheller (ETHZ-Centro Svizzero di Calolo Scientifico), "New challenges in computational cosmology: hybrid architectures and AI algorithms"
  48. 13/12/2018, Anaëlle Maury (AIM/CEA-Saclay), "Characterizing the formation mechanisms of protostellar disks: observations and models"
  49. 19/12/2018, Guenther Hasinger (European Space Agency), "Christmas Lecture - Exploring the Universe: Synergies in the ESA Science Programme"