SCI-S Seminars - 2021 Programme

 

For 2021, the ESAC Seminars and ESTEC Open/Internal Seminars have joined together to form a single virtual SCI-S Seminar series

Thursdays 15:00h (1 hour)[CET/CEST for winter/summer respectively]

 

Please contact the SCI-S Seminar Organising Committee if you plan on giving a seminar.

 

Upcoming seminars

Date

Title

Abstract 

Speaker

Affiliation

Room

Thursday 15:00h

2 September 2021

TBD

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Juliana Vievering Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Maryland, USA Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

23 September 2021

On the puzzle of the origin of lithium rich K giant stars

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Ramiro de la Reza Observatório Nacional - MCTIC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil TBD

Wednesday 15:00h

29 September 2021

CHEOPS and exoplanets

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Didier Queloz Universitè de Genéve / ETH Zürich, Switzerland ESAC D1/D2

Wednesday 15:00h

20 October 2021

TBD

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Jocelyn Bell Burnell University of Oxford, UK TBD

 

PAST seminars

 

Date Title Abstract  Speaker Affiliation Room
Thursday 15:00h

22 July 2021
A multi-tracer view on the assembly of galaxy halos and intra-group light in nearby groups and clusters

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Johanna Hartke European Southern Observatory, Santiago, Chile Virtual Seminar
Thursday 15:00h

8 July 2021
Binaries, galaxies and gravitational waves

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Martyna Chruślińska Radboud University / IMAPP, Nijmegen, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h


1 July 2021

Revealing the Source of Jupiter's X-ray Auroral Flares Print Abstract William Dunn MSSL, University College London, UK Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h


24 June 2021

Space-borne gravitational wave detectors -- an overview Print Abstract Oliver Jennrich ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h


17 June 2021

The Great Dimming of Betelgeuse: was the most famous red supergiant star blinking at us? Print Abstract Miguel Montargès LESIA, Observatoire de Paris - PSL, France Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

10 June 2021

The Importance of being Interpretable

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Michelle Ntampaka Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD, USA Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

3 June 2021

Gas-poor clusters: what kind of beasts are they?

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Stefano Andreon INAF-OA Brera, Milan, Italy Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

27 May 2021

Beyond the fiery donut: the Event Horizon Telescope and black hole "engines"

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Sera Markoff API/GRAPPA, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

20 May 2021

ESASky: a tool for all astronomers Print Abstract Deborah Baines Quasar Science Resources, ESAC, Madrid, Spain Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

6 May 2021

Supercomputer insights into the messy physics of galaxy formation Print Abstract Volker Springel Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

22 April 2021

Near-Earth objects: space exploration and planetary defense Print Abstract Julia de León Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias, La Palma, Spain Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

15 April 2021

Deciphering Mars chronicles by space missions Print Abstract Dmitri Titov ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h


8 April 2021

Exploring the deep and variable X-ray sky with the catalogue from overlapping XMM-Newton observations Print Abstract Iris Traulsen Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics, AIP, Potsdam, Germany Virtual Seminar
Thursday 15:00h

25 March 2021
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter

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Hakan Svedhem ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar
Thursday 15:00h

11 March 2021
Hierarchical models and asteroseismic rotation Print Abstract Oliver Hall ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar
Thursday 15:00h

4 March 2021
Hubble Asteroid Hunter: exploring data archives with citizen science and deep learning Print Abstract Sandor Kruk ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar
Thursday 15:00h

25 February 2021
Probing water-rock-organic chemistry interactions in the early terrestrial planets: why is Oxia Planum the right landing site for ExoMars 2022? Print Abstract Jorge Vago and Elliot Sefton-Nash ESA/ESTEC, Madrid, Spain Virtual Seminar
Thursday 15:00h

4 February 2021
X-ray reverberation mapping accreting black holes Print Abstract William Alston ESA/ESAC, Madrid, Spain Virtual Seminar
Thursday 15:00h

18 February 2021
How to Build a Big Galaxy Print Abstract Adam Muzzin York University, Toronto, Canada Virtual Seminar