IMPRS seminar

IMPRS seminar summer term 2021

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.

1        Current IMPRS seminar  -  summer  term 2020
   Seminarraum 105, Philosophenweg 12 -- currently run as online seminar with ZOOM
Date:    Thursday, 17:15 - 18:45
Tutors:   Henrik Beuther (HB),   Walter Dehnen (WD),  Christian Fendt (CF)
   Please prepare for a strictly <20 min presentation plus 5-10 min discussion  (copy of talk feedback form).
        IMPRS will check for regular attendence
   Seminar schedule:
Speaker Topic
 15/04   Nico Winkel   Calibrating black hole masses and their host galaxy scaling relations with cosmic time   WD
 15/04   Selina Nitschai
  The formation history of omega Centauri   CF
  Daria Mokrytska
  Stellar Rotation through Asteroseismology   HB
 22/04   Eric Rohr
  Jellyfish galaxies as probes of the cosmic gas   WD
 29/04   Kiril Maltsev   Stellar evolution emulators   CF
 06/05   Zhi-Qiu Huang   Very high-energy emissions from GRBs  
 06/05   Dane Späth   Short- and Long-Period Planets around Evolved Stars  
 13/05   no seminar   Ascension day  
 03/06   no seminar    Corpus Christii  
 10/06   Albrecht Kamlah   Dynamical Evolution of star clusters with new stellar evolution of single and binary stars  
 10/06   Brooke Polak
  Modeling the formation and early evolution of star clusters.
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