SCI-S Seminars - 2022 Programme

 

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

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

 

If you have any question please contact the SCI-S Seminar Organising Committee.

 

Upcoming seminars

Date

Title

Abstract 

Speaker

Affiliation

Room

Thursday 15:00h

7 Jul 2022

Creating a large interacting galaxy dataset with the ESA Hubble Archive, galaxy zoo labels and deep learning

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David O'Ryan University of Lancaster, UK Virtual Seminar 

 

PAST seminars

Date

Title

Abstract 

Speaker

Affiliation

Room

Thursday 15:00h

30 Jun 2022

Measuring and interpreting bidirectional reflectance distribution functions for the lunar regolith

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 Rowan Curtis Oxford University, UK B5/ESAC Hybrid Seminar 

Thursday 17:00h

23 Jun 2022

Zooming in on Bright Exoplanetary Systems with CHEOPS

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Monika Lendl University of Geneva, Switzerland ESA/STScI Distinguished Seminar 

Tuesday 10:30h

21 Jun 2022

How to find isolated black holes with Gaia?

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Łukasz Wyrzykowski Astronomical Observatory, University of Warsaw, Poland B5/ESAC Hybrid Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

16 June 2022

Obscured Star Formation at z~7 Observed with the REBELS ALMA Large Program

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Hanae Inami Hiroshima Astrophysical Science Centre, Japan Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

2 June 2022

Imaging the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Centre with the EHT

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José Luis Gómez Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía-CSIC, Granada, Spain Virtual Seminar

Thursday 15:00h

26 May 2022

Distributed peer review enhanced with machine learning

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Wolfgang Kerzendorf Michigan State University, USA B5/ESAC Hybrid  Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

19 May 2022

Spectroscopy and solar-stellar activity   monitoring with the robotic 1.2m telescope TIGRE in Guanajuato

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Klaus-Peter Schröder Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

12 May 2022

A new vision of the Martian atmosphere and climate thanks to Mars Express and the Trace Gas Orbiter

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Franck Montmessin LATMOS/IPSL, Guyancourt, France Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

28 April 2022

TESS's Jovian Legacy

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Chelsea X. Huang University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

21 April 2022

Early Galaxy Formation and its Large-Scale Effects

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Pratika Dayal Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

7 April 2022

Habitable Worlds(?) and Stellar Flares

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Maximilian Günther ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

24 March 2022

Planets are Places: Characterization of Other Worlds in the 2020s and Beyond

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Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Insitute for Astronomy, Atmospheric Physics of Exoplanets (APEx) Department, Heidelberg, Germany Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

17 March 2022

Modelling of Jovian low frequency radio source occultations and application to the scientific segmentation of the JUICE mission

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Baptiste Cecconi LESIA, Observatoire de Paris, Meudon, France Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

10 March 2022

Prospects in Solar Physics for the Next Decade: a Multi-messenger Era Print Abstract Valentín Martínez Pillet National Solar Observatory, Boulder, CO, USA Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

3 March 2022

The Global Dynamical Atlas of the Milky Way mergers: Processing the ESA/Gaia dataset using state-of-the-art algorithms Print Abstract Khyati Malhan Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg, Germany Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

24 February 2022

Prospects for polarimetry, exozodiacal, and debris disk observations with the Roman Space Telescope Coronagraph Instrument

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John Debes Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD, USA Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

17 February 2022

LAMOST meets Gaia: the Galactic Open Clusters

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Xiaoting Fu Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, Beijing, China Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

10 February 2022

Tidal deformation and tidal decay of WASP-103b

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Susana Barros Universidade do Porto, Portugal Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

3 February 2022

Flares and Prebiotic Chemistry for Rocky Planets orbiting Ultracool Stars

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Paul Rimmer University of Cambridge, UK Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

27 January 2022

Revealing the Star Formation History of the Solar Neighborhood: Supernova-Driven Star Formation on the Surface of the Local Bubble

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Catherine Zucker Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD, USA Virtual Seminar 

Thursday 15:00h

20 January 2022

Deciphering the formation of nuclear star clusters

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Katja Fahrion ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Virtual Seminar


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