IMPRS seminar

IMPRS seminar winter term 2016/17

The IMPRS seminar provides a central meeting opportunity for all IMPRS fellows in order to exchange ideas and experience from different research areas. 

In the winter term, the IMPRS seminar is held as a "Oberseminar", ie. as literature seminar with presentations of current research highlights and of fundamental papers in the astrophysics literature.
In the summer term, the IMPRS seminar is held as an advanced research seminar ("Fortgeschrittenenseminar") with doctoral candidates presenting their ongoing thesis project.
After the 1st academic year of an IMPRS generation, the IMPRS seminar continues in the 2nd year as a seminar workshop - an external retreat of 3-4 days during which IMPRS fellows present an update of their thesis projects.

        The current IMPRS seminar - winter term 2016/17
Location:    Seminarraum 105, Philosophenweg 12
Date:    Thursday, 17:15 - 18:45
Tutors:    Christian Fendt (CF);  Klaus Meisenheimer (KM); Stefan Wagner (SW)
   Please prepare for a strictly <20 min presentation plus 5-10 min discussion.
        IMPRS will check for regular attendence
   Seminar schedule:
Speaker Topic
 20/10  Christian Fendt  Talk selection and scheduling
 20/10  IMPRS rules and issues: discussion
 03/11   Johanna Coronado  Black Hole Binaries and Gravitational Waves   (Abott+ PRL 116, 061102)  SW
 03/11   Marta Reina Campos  Shaddows of Black Holes   (Broderick+, arXiv:1503.03873)  SW
 10/11   Sarah Leslie  Fast Radio Bursts (arxiv 1604.01799)  SW
 10/11   Theodoros Anagnos  Pulse Broadening Measurements from the Galactic Center Pulsar J1745-2900 (Spitler+ 2014)  SW
 17/11   Manuel Riener  Gamma-ray Flares (HESS collaboration, 2009, A&A 502, 749)  SW
 17/11   Nico Krieger  High-z-quasars (2011, Nature 474, 616)  SW
 24/11   Sarah Jeffreson  Black holes in binary systems (Shakura & Sunyaev, 1973) -  Accretion discs in astrophysics  (Pringle 1981)  CF
 24/11   Fayezeh Shabani  The star formation law in galactic disks - globally and spatially resolved   (Kennicutt 1989, Kennicutt & Evans 2012)  KM
 01/12   Robin Tress  Hydromagnetic flows from accretion discs and the production of radio jets  (Blandford & Payne 1982,  Pudritz+ 2007)  CF
 01/12   Matteo Mazzarini  Theory of brown dwarfs and giant planets (Burrows+ RMP 65, 2001)  CF
 08/12   Sepideh Sadegi  Physics of Neutron stars   (Lattimer & Prakash Science 2004)  CF
 08/12   Jonas Klueter  Tests of General Relativity from Timing the Double Pulsar  (Kramer+ 2006, Science 314)  CF
 15/12   Pooja Surajbali  Gamma-ray bursts  (Meszaros 2006)  CF 
 15/12   Zdenek Prudil  The spectral classes L and T (Kirkpatrick ARAA 2005)  CF
  No seminar  Christmas break
 05/01   Josha van Houdt  Nonthermal radiation processes: Synchrotron and inverse Compton radiation  (Rybicki & Lightman: Radiative Processes)  KM
 05/01   Josefina Michea  The dichotomy between red and blue galaxies: past and present  (Kauffmann+ 2003, Bell+ 2004, Faber+ 2007)  KM
 12/01   Justus Zorn  Fermi-Bubbles  (Su+ 2010)  SW
 12/01   Arianna Musso B.  The Low-luminosity End of the Radius-Luminosity Relationship  for Active Galactic Nuclei (Bentz+ 2013)  SW
 19/01   Ivana Barisic  Measurement of the Rate of nu_e +d ->p+e- interactions produced by 8B Solar neutrinos at the SNO (Ahmad+ 2001)  CF
 19/01   Arianna Picotti  The Chemical Composition of the Sun (Asplund+ 2009)  CF
 26/01   Georg Winner  HE electrons in the ISM (Abdo+ 2009, 2010)  SW
 26/01   Asmita Bhandare  A powerful local shear instability in weakly magn disks (Balbus & Hawley 1991)  CF
 02/02   Simon Sailer  Short GRBs and kilonovae (MN 406, 2650, 2010)  SW
 02/02   Ondrej Jaura  Weak lensing as a tool to constrain Dark Energy  (Bartelmann & Schneider, Phys. Reports 340)  KM
 03/02^   Karan Molaverdikhani  Doppler imaging  (Vogt + 1987, Marsh & Horne 1988)  CF
 03/02^   Armelle Jardin-Blicq  Planck 2013 results: XI. All-sky model of thermal dust emission (Planck collaboration: Abergel et al. 2014)  CF
 03/02^   Miriam Keppler  Galactic Centre: The passage of S2 (ApJ 692, 1075 2009)  SW
 03/02^   Paula Sarkis  Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA): Instrument and Methods  KM
 03/02^   Christian Lenz  Jets from young stars (Mundt & Fried 1983)  CF
 03/02^   Kiyun Yun  Observation of Gravitational Waves from 22-Solar-Mass Binary  KM
 03/02^    Matteo Pais  High-Energy Cosmic Neutrinos Detected by IceCube (Icecube collaboration 2013, Science 342  KM
 09/02    Michael Hanke  Measuring Cosmology with Supernovae (Perlmutter & Schmidt, LN in Phys. 598)  KM
 09/02    Xudong Gao  The Galactic Center  (Genzel+ 2010)  KM
   ^ :  at ARI, Seminar room, 10:00
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