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2020-05-22, 14:30: Dr. L. Podio (INAF)

Dr. Linda Podio INAF, Italy The chemical content of planet-forming discs: Towards a comparison with the Outer Solar System objects and exoplanets Abstract: How have planets formed in the Solar System? And what chemical composition they inherited from… Read More

2020-05-19, 15:00: Prof. H. Arce (Yale University)

Prof. Héctor Arce Yale University, USA Feedback from young stars and its impact over a wide rage of scales – from molecular clouds to protoplanetary disks. Abstract: Star formation is a multi-scale process. Star-forming clouds in our galaxy… Read More

2020-05-12, 15:00: Dr. P. Pinilla (MPIA)

Dr. Paola Pinilla MPIA, Germany Mdust-Mstar & Rdust-Mstar Relations in Protoplanetary Disks: Models vs. Observations Abstract: Demographic surveys of protoplanetary disks, in particular with ALMA, have provided access to a large range of disk dust masses and radii… Read More

2020-04-29, 14:30: Dr. L. Podio (INAF)

Dr. Linda Podio INAF, Italy The chemical content of planet-forming disks: Towards a comparison with the Outer Solar System Objects and exoplanets Abstract: How have planets formed in the Solar System? And what chemical composition they inherited from… Read More

2020-03-25, 14:00: Alison B Lowndes (NVIDIA)

Alison B Lowndes Artificial Intelligence DevRel, NVIDIA Fuelling the Artificial Intelligence Revolution with Gaming Abstract: Artificial Intelligence is impacting all areas of society, from healthcare and transportation to smart cities and energy. AI won’t be an industry, it will be… Read More

2020-03-18, 15:00: Dr. A. Scholz (University of St. Andrews)

Dr. Aleks Scholz University of St. Andrews, UK The Formation of Hostile Worlds Abstract : In this talk I will discuss the formation and early evolution of brown dwarfs and their planetary systems. Brown dwarfs are very low… Read More

2020-01-23, 14:00: Dr. C. Nixon (NASA)

Dr. Conor Nixon NASA, USA Titan: the moon with an atmosphere Abstract : Titan is the largest moon of Saturn, and second largest moon in the solar system after Jupiter’s Ganymede. Titan however is unique, being the only… Read More

2020-01-22, 16:00: Dr. P. Klaassen (Royal Observatory Edinburgh)

Dr. Pamela Klaassen Royal Observatory Edinburgh, UK Carina’s Pillars of Destruction, the view from ALMA and Beyond Abstract : Massive stars cause strong feedback onto their natal environment, and shape its future ability to make further stars. They… Read More

2020-01-29, 15:30: Dr. D. Weigt (University of Southampton)

Mr. Dale Weigt University of Southampton, UK Remote X-ray telescopic observations of Jupiter in concert with Juno data Abstract : Juno’s arrival at Jupiter back in 2016 has a provided a unique opportunity to study the jovian X-rays… Read More

2020-01-29, 15:00: Mr. J. Waters (University of Southampton)

Mr. James Waters University of Southampton, UK Multi-decadal observations of auroral kilometric radiation with the Wind spacecraft and its variability during substorms Abstract : Auroral Kilometric Radiation (AKR) is circularly-polarised radio emission that originates from particle acceleration regions… Read More