ESAC Seminars - 2014 Programme

Date Title Abstract  Speaker Affiliation Room

Thursday, 10:30h 18 December 2014

SPECIAL SEMINAR: El secreto de nuestra estirpe (in spanish)

Print Abstract Ignacio Martínez Mendizábal Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain D1/D2

Wednesday, 10:30h 26 November 2014

10 years of Titan's atmosphere and surface observation with Cassini: past, ongoing and future work with the VIMS instrument Print Abstract Sebastien Rodriguez CEA-Saclay, France B3

Thursday, 10:30h 20 November 2014

The Spanish Virtual Observatory. Ten years and counting Print Abstract Enrique Solano Centro de Astrobiología, INTA-CSIC, Madrid, Spain B5

Tuesday, 10:30h 18 November 2014

Neutron star atmosphere models enriched with heavy metal nuclear burning ashes Print Abstract Joonas Nättilä Tuorla Observatory, University of Turku, Finland B3

Thursday, 10:30h 13 November 2014

First detection of gamma-rays from Type Ia supernova (SN2014J) with INTEGRAL Print Abstract Eugene Churazov Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany B3

Thursday, 14:30h 23 October 2014

A Sensitive Search for Lithium in L Subdwarfs Print Abstract Adam Burgasser University of California San Diego, USA B3

Thursday, 10:30h 16 October 2014

The structure of molecular clouds and their influence on star formation Print Abstract Marco Lombardi Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy B3

Wednesday, 14:00h 24 September 2014

Venus Express aerobreaking results Print Abstract Håkan Svedhem ESA/ESTEC, The Netherlands B5

Thursday, 10:30h 18 September 2014

Gran Telescopio Canarias: Past, Present and Future Print Abstract David García-Álvarez GRANTECAN, IAC, Tenerife, Spain B3

Thursday, 10:30h 7 August 2014

Orion revisited Print Abstract Joao Alves Institut für Astronomie, University of Vienna, Austria B3

Monday, 10:30h 14 Jul 2014

Stars of an uncertain age. The problem of determining stellar ages Print Abstract David Soderblom Space Telescope Science Institute / Johns Hopkins Center for Astrophysical Sciences, USA< B3

Thursday, 10:30h
12 Jun 2014

Latest news from the SOFIA observatory and the GREAT instrument Print Abstract Christophe Risacher Max-Planck Institut fuer Radioastronomie, Bonn, Germany B3

Thursday, 10:30h
5 June 2014

Euclid: ESA's next dedicated cosmology mission Print Abstract Rene Laureijs ESTEC-ESA, The Netherlands B3

Thursday, 10:30h
28 May 2014

Lessons learned from SDSS and how they apply to LSST Print Abstract Robert Lupton Robert Lupton B3

Tuesday, 10:30h
27 May 2014

LSST: Science cases, the Archive and the link to Gaia Print Abstract Mario Juric LSST Corporation, USA B3

Wednesday, 10:30h
22 May 2014

Calibrating and using a Gravitational Observatory in space. The science of LISA and LISA Pathfinder Print Abstract Michele Armano ESAC-ESA, Spain B3

Thursday, 10:30h
24 April 2014

Unraveling the evolution of infall, accretion and outflows in protostars: The Herschel Orion Protostar Survey Print Abstract Manoj Puravankara Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India B3

Thursday, 10:30h
12 March 2014

Near-Space high-altitude balloons: the alternative for space tourism and science Print Abstract Jose Mariano Lopez Urdiales Zero2Infinity, Barcelona, Spain D1/D2

Thursday, 10:30h
27 February 2014

The future of UV astronomy and the WSO-UV project Print Abstract Ana Inés Gómez de Castro Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain B3

Tuesday, 10:30h
25 February 2014

NuSTAR's view of accreting Galactic binaries Print Abstract Felix Fürst Caltech, Pasadena CA, USA B3

Thursday, 10:30h
6 February 2014

Exoplanet science with astrometry from ground and space Print Abstract Johannes Sahlmann ESA/ESAC, Madrid, Spain B3

Thursday, 10:30h
23 January 2014

Dead discs and unstable accretion bursts: magnetospheric accretion at low luminosities Print Abstract Caroline D'Angelo University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands B3

Thursday, 10:30h
16 January 2014

Black holes and neutron stars in X-ray binaries: towards a global accretion states scheme Print Abstract Teo Muñoz-Darias University of Oxford, UK B3