IMPRS seminar

IMPRS seminar summer term 2020

This is the webpage for the ongoing IMPRS seminar. For past seminars please check the seminar archive below.


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 literature seminar ("Oberseminar") with presentations about of current research highlights and/or fundamental papers in the astrophysics literature.
In the summer term, the IMPRS seminar is held as an advanced research seminar ("Fortgeschrittenenseminar") with the IMPRS fellows presenting their 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 the IMPRS fellows present an update of their thesis project.

Visitors are welcome! The seminar is open for non-IMPRS students.

        Current IMPRS seminar  -  summer  term 2020
 Location:
   Seminarraum 105, Philosophenweg 12 -- currently run as online seminar with ZOOM
Date:    Thursday, 17:15 - 18:45
Tutors:    Henrik Beuther (HB) ;   Christian Fendt (CF)
   Please prepare for a strictly <20 min presentation plus 5-10 min discussion.
        IMPRS will check for regular attendence
   Seminar schedule:
Date
Speaker Topic
Tutor
 23/04   Erica Hopkins   Finding a needle in a haystack: the search for gravitational lenses   CF
 23/04   Li-Hsin Chen
  Interpreting The Abundance Patterns Of ?Metal-poor Stars With A SLOTH   HB
 30/04
  Emily Hunt
  Searching for new open clusters in the Milky Way with Gaia   CF
 30/04
  Toni Peter
  Faster radiative transfer with transport sweeps   HB
 07/05   Fabian Scheuermann
  Effects of Supernova Remnant Contamination on the Planetary Nebula Luminosity Function   HB
 14/05   Laura Olivera-Nieto
  Very-High-Energy mission from the Jets of the Microquasar SS 433   CF
 14/05   Diego Sotillo Ramos
  Numerical models of Milky Way-like galaxies in the full cosmological context   HB
 28/05   Hitesh Lala   Milky Way archaeology using Type-II Cepheids   CF
 28/05   Jonas Syed   HI emission and self absorption studies towards the inner Galactic plane   HB
 04/06   Ekaterina Semenova   3D NLTE radiative transfer and its applications to the study of Galactic populations   CF
 04/06   Jaeyeon Kim   On the duration of the embedded phase of star formation   HB
 18/06   Yu Fung Wong   Thermodynamics of the interstellar medium under a radiation field   CF
 18/06   Nicolas Kurtovic   Substructures in disks around Very Low Mass Stars   HB
 25/06   Simon Steinmassl   The periastron passage of Eta Carinae in very high energies   CF
 25/06   Raul Dominguez
  Embedded star clusters under the effect of expanding modelled clouds   HB
 02/07   Loke Loennblad Ohlin
  Modelling star formation and cloud evolution under feedback   CF
 02/07
  Riccardo Franceschi   Disk mass constrains from dust lines   HB
 09/07   Kristoffer Nielsen
  Resolving the asteroseismic mass discrepancy for metal-poor RGB stars   CF
 09/07
  Da Eun Kang   Emission-line diagnostics of young star clusters using Invertible Neural Network   HB
 16/07   Timmy Delage   Disk sub-structures from the variation of disk ionisation   CF
 16/07   Siddhant Deshmukh   Solar Photospheric Silicon Abundance with CO5BOLD   HB
 23/07   Nils Schween   Particle acceleration at supernova remnant shocks   CF
 23/07   Sofia Rojas
  Galaxies and Quasars at the Epoch of Reionization   HB
 30/07   Javier Morán Fraile   Mergers of compact stars using 3D-MHD simulations   CF
 30/07
  Matthew Gent   SAPP: Stellar Abundances and atmospheric Parameters Pipeline   HB
 06/08   Gidi Yoffe   Protoplanetary Disk Observations the with the VLT: MATISSE and VISIR   CF
 06/08   Robert Latka   Stellar-mass dependent disk evolution: explaining disk masses and sizes   HB
 06/08  Ilin Lazar   Molecular gas in the central 1kpc of the nearby galaxy NGC6946: Insights from a multi-transitions study   CF
 
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