SSO Internal Seminars - 2019 Programme


Date Time Title Abstract  Speaker Room
18 January 11:00 Anton Pannekoek and the Development of Early 20th Century Astronomy Print Abstract Chaokang Tai (University of Amsterdam & Utrecht University) Dance Room
01 February 11:00 Mars Express: 15 years of hard work and discoveries Print Abstract Dmitriy Titov Einstein
15 February 11:00 PROBA3 Formation flying to implement a coronagraph Print Abstract Joe Zender Einstein
01 March 11:00 CMB Cosmology and the Legacy of Planck Print Abstract Jan Tauber Einstein
15 March 11:00 Moon Rocks: A Geological Approach to Understanding the Moon Print Abstract Francesca McDonald Dance Room
29 March 11:00 Measuring galaxy morphology in large surveys Print Abstract Sandor Kruk Dance Room
17 April 11:00 Applications of numerical radiative transfer in the study of star formation Print Abstract Oliver Lomax Newton 1
03 May 11:00 SOLARSEG: Periodicity and correlation of the EUV irradiance obtained from the 
daily segmentation of EUV images over a 8 year period
Print Abstract Gabriel Giono (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm) Einstein
17 May 11:00 Searching and characterizing exoplanets from Dome C in Antarctica Print Abstract Nicolas Crouzet Dance Room
07 June 11:00 SMILE: radiography of the Earth's magnetic field  Print Abstract Philippe Escoubet Dance Room
21 June 11:00 20 years of success: astrophysics of galaxy clusters with ESA XMM-Newton/RGS Print Abstract Ciro Pinto Einstein
5 July 11:00 TBD Print Abstract Eero Vaher Newton 2
13 September 11:00 The local-scale geology of Mars and the Moon Print Abstract Ottaviano Ruesch Dance Room
27 September 11:00 Signatures of Europa's atmosphere and plumes in Galileo's charged particle data Print Abstract Hans Huybrighs Newton 2
18 October 11:00 TBD Print Abstract Alexandre Meurisse Dance Room
1 November 11:00 TBD Print Abstract TBD Dance Room
15 November 11:00 TBD Print Abstract TBD Dance Room
29 November 11:00 TBD Print Abstract TBD Dance Room
13 December 11:00 TBD Print Abstract TBD Dance Room