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Date Title   Speaker Affiliation Series Room
Thu 15:00
16 Dec 2021
New light on the stellar and nebular chemical abundances of high-redshift galaxies Print Abstract Ricardo Amorín Universidad de La Serena, Chile Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
14 Dec 2021
Dune migration on Mars Sarah Boazman ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Tue 09:45
07 Dec 2021
The James Webb Space Telescope: the adventure is about to begin! Giovanna Giardino ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
02 Dec 2021
The physical properties, acceleration mechanism and impact of AGN outflows from low to high redshift Print Abstract Giovanni Cresci INAF Arcetri, Italy Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
30 Nov 2021
Gateways to seeing things we cannot see Anna Hoetjes ESA Art-Space Exchange Breakfast ESTEC
Tue 09:45
23 Nov 2021
Exploring the high-redshift PBH-LCDM Universe Guenter Hasinger ESA-ESAC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
18 Nov 2021
Planets in External Galaxies Print Abstract Rosanne Di Stefano Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory / Harvard University, USA Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
16 Nov 2021
X-ray emission in intermediate-mass T-Tauri stars Maria Alejandra Diaz ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
04 Nov 2021
The characterization of NuSTAR scattered light for galaxy cluster observations Print Abstract Ayşegül Tümer University of Utah, USA Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
02 Nov 2021
Martian Valley Networks Sharon Diamant Leiden University Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
28 Oct 2021
An ALMA view of galaxies in the Epoch of Reionization Print Abstract Renske Smit Liverpool John Moores University, UK Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
26 Oct 2021
1) Detecting Europa's water plumes is harder than previously thought 2) Protons in the innermost coma of comet 67P/Churymov-Gerasimenko observed by Rosetta Rowan Dayton-Oxland, Lucie Scharré Leiden University Breakfast ESTEC
Wed 15:00
20 Oct 2021
Women in Astrophysics Print Abstract Jocelyn Bell Burnell University of Oxford, UK Faculty ESAC
D1/D2
Tue 09:45
19 Oct 2021
My Ø-scillation Experiments in Zero Gravity (and what they have to do with exoplanets) Maximilian Günther ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
14 Oct 2021
Tales of stars and tidal tails: A story from our neighborhood seen by Gaia Print Abstract Tereza Jerabkova ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
12 Oct 2021
The evolution of our understanding of Mars Eleni Bohacek ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
07 Oct 2021
Exocomets and the gaseous component around main-sequence stars Print Abstract Isabel Rebollido Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD, USA Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
05 Oct 2021
Soundings rockets to develop new instruments: the example of the FOXSI sounding rocket Sophie Musset ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Wed 15:00
29 Sep 2021
CHEOPS and exoplanets Print Abstract Didier Queloz ETH Zürich, Switzerland Faculty ESAC
D1/D2
Tue 09:45
28 Sep 2021
A Research Fellow's journey through the Universe (and ESA) Sandor Kruk ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
23 Sep 2021
On the puzzle of the origin of lithium rich K giant stars Print Abstract Ramiro de la Reza Observatório Nacional - MCTIC, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Faculty ESAC
D1/D2
Tue 09:45
21 Sep 2021
Gaia and dust flux at L2: measurements and impact simulations Marie Liis Aru ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
16 Sep 2021
Focus on the Extremes: Harnessing the Power of Hard X-ray Focusing Optics to Probe Events Ranging from Solar Microflares to Stellar Superflares Print Abstract Juliana Vievering Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Maryland, USA Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
14 Sep 2021
A 76 day orbital period eclipsing binary detected with ASTEP South from Antarctica Nicolas Crouzet ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Tue 09:45
07 Sep 2021
What to do with the JUICE teams during the long cruise phase? Olivier Witasse ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
22 Jul 2021
A multi-tracer view on the assembly of galaxy halos and intra-group light in nearby groups and clusters Print Abstract Johanna Hartke European Southern Observatory, Santiago, Chile Faculty Virtual Only
Thu 15:00
08 Jul 2021
Binaries, galaxies and gravitational waves Print Abstract Martyna Chruślińska Radboud University / IMAPP, Nijmegen, The Netherlands Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
06 Jul 2021
1) Star formation loud and quiet in the Magellanic Cloud 2) Re-evaluation of Solar Variations in Apollo 15 XRFS Data Stella Tsillia, Kas Veken Leiden University Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
01 Jul 2021
Revealing the Source of Jupiter's X-ray Auroral Flares Print Abstract William Dunn MSSL, University College London, UK Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
29 Jun 2021
1) Detecting and Measuring Galactic Bars with Deep Learning 2) Atmospheric characterisation of transiting hot Jupiters Gunnlaugur Helgi Stefánsson, Hritam Chakraborty Leiden University Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
24 Jun 2021
Space-borne gravitational wave detectors -- an overview Print Abstract Oliver Jennrich ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
22 Jun 2021
Numerical Weather Prediction and Data Assimilation (according to an ex-astrophysicist) Oliver Lomax ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
17 Jun 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 Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
15 Jun 2021
X-raying the winds of massive stars using X-ray binaries Victoria Grinberg ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
10 Jun 2021
The Importance of being Interpretable Print Abstract Michelle Ntampaka Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD, USA Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
08 Jun 2021
Asteroidal YORP Effect Marie-Liis Aru ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
03 Jun 2021
Gas-poor clusters: what kind of beasts are they? Print Abstract Stefano Andreon INAF-OA Brera, Milan, Italy Faculty Virtual Only
Wed 17:00
02 Jun 2021
Diagnostic of the Past History of the Milky Way with Gaia Teresa Antoja ICC, Universitat de Barcelona ESA@STScI STScI
Tue 09:45
01 Jun 2021
Using Martian valley networks to understand the ancient environment and topography of Mars Rickbir Bahia ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
27 May 2021
Beyond the fiery donut: the Event Horizon Telescope and black hole "engines" Print Abstract Sera Markoff API/GRAPPA, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Faculty Virtual Only
Thu 15:00
20 May 2021
ESASky: a tool for all astronomers Print Abstract Deborah Baines Quasar Science Resources, ESAC, Madrid, Spain Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
18 May 2021
CHEOPS Education and Outreach Activities (YGT summary) Oriel Marshall ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Tue 09:45
11 May 2021
The main principles of extra-atmospheric space law Sarah Joiret ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
06 May 2021
Supercomputer insights into the messy physics of galaxy formation Print Abstract Volker Springel Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
04 May 2021
May the brick be with you - Why building a space station is like playing with Lego Christoph Ruge University of Stuttgart Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
22 Apr 2021
Near-Earth objects: space exploration and planetary defense Print Abstract Julia de León Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias, La Palma, Spain Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
20 Apr 2021
Martian Mutual Radio Occultation Jacob Parrott ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
15 Apr 2021
Deciphering Mars chronicles by space missions Print Abstract Dmitri Titov ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
13 Apr 2021
Science communication and education in the time of COVID-19 Sandor Kruk ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
08 Apr 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 Faculty Virtual Only
Tue 09:45
06 Apr 2021
The measurement of Newton’s constant (from Westphal et al. 2020) Oliver Jennrich ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Tue 09:45
30 Mar 2021
News about the origin of the martian moons (from Bagheri et al. 2021) Olivier Witasse ESA-ESTEC Breakfast ESTEC
Thu 15:00
25 Mar 2021
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter Print Abstract Hakan Svedhem ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Faculty Virtual Only


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