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Talks, Workshops, & Colloquia

University Observatory Munich Colloquium
Schedule for Winter Term 2023 / 2024

Colloquia are held on Wednesdays at 11:00,
unless announced otherwise.

MIAPP poster
See also:
Date Speaker Institute Title Host
13 Sept 2023 Prof. Alex Refregier ETH Zurich Cosmology with forward modelling Daniel Grün
11 Oct 2023 Dr. Nikhel Gupta CSIRO, Western Australia Novel Computer Vision Applications for Big Data in Astronomy Joe Mohr
18 Oct 2023 Prof. Surajit Paul Manipal Center for Natural Sciences, India Understanding and predicting thermal and non-thermal features of low-mass galaxy clusters Joe Mohr
25 Oct 2023 Prof. Roberto Trotta Imperial College, UK Machine learning you can trust for cosmology and astrophysics Kevin Heng
8 Nov 2023 Dr. Patricio Gallardo KICP U Chicago Towards the next generation of cosmic microwave background experiments and sub-millimeter observatories Sebastian Bocquet
15 Nov 2023 Prof. Daniel Zucker Macquarie Uni (Australia) From Little Things Big Things Grow: Tracing the Milky Way's Assembly History Rhea Remus
22 Nov 2023 Prof. Anja von der Linden Stony Brook University Cosmology with Galaxy Clusters Joe Mohr
29 Nov 2023 Dr. Dietrich Baade ESO A shoebox-sized simulator of the ancient Cosmos: The Antikythera Mechanism from Greek antiquity Joe Mohr
13 Dec 2023 Prof. Ingo Waldmann University College London (UCL) Applications of Bayesian Inference to Exoplanetary Atmospheres Kevin Heng
20 Dec 2023 Dr. Sean McMahon University of Edinburgh, UK Amibiguity in the Search for Biosignatures: the Signal and the Baseline Kevin Heng
10 Jan 2024 USM members LMU USM General Assembly Daniel Gruen
17 Jan 2024 Prof. Volker Springel MPA The Millenium TNG Simulations: Interfacing galaxy formation with precision cosmology Kevin Heng
24 Jan 2024 Dr. Matthias Klein LMU Cosmological Studies of X-ray and SZE-selected and MCMF-confirmed Galaxy Clusters Joe Mohr
31 Jan 2024 Dr. Christophe Pichon IAP, France Order out of chaos: the emergence of thin galactic discs Nicola Malavasi
7 Feb 2024 Prof. Cora Uhlemann Uni Bielefeld Probing cosmic large-scale structure beyond the average Jochen Weller
14 Feb 2024 Prof. Richard Teague MIT Witnessing the assembly of planetary systems Daniel Gruen
28 Feb 2024 Prof. Shany Danieli IAS, Princeton Astrophysical puzzles from studies of low-mass galaxies Daniel Gruen

Preview for Summer Term 2024

Date Speaker Institute Title Host
17 Apr 2024 Dr. Henrique Rubira TUM The effective field theory of LSS and what it can teach us from beyond-LCDM Cosmology Joe Mohr
24 Apr 2024 Prof. Til Birnstiel LMU Early Build-Up of Ringed Planet-Forming Disks Joe Mohr
8 May 2024 Dr. Shahab Joudaki Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, Uni Portsmouth (UK) The development of the Euclid likelihood for multi-probe cosmological analyses: performance, validation, and final forecasted constraints in light of the instrumental and astrophysical systematic uncertainties Luca Tortorelli
15 May 2024 Dr. Anna Porredon Uni Bochum Cosmology from galaxy clustering and weak lensing Sebastian Bocquet
22 May 2024 Currently Open
29 May 2024 Prof. Gigi Guzzo Uni Milan Cosmology with the large-scale structure of the Universe in the Euclid era Jochen Weller
5 June 2024 Dr. Shubham Srivastav Queen's University Belfast The faint and fast transient sky Daniel Gruen / Julian Sommer
12 June 2024 Prof. Konstantin Batygin Catech Towards a Unified Theory of Planet Formation Kevin Heng
26 June 2024 Currently Open
3 July 2024 Prof. Paul Tackley ETH Zurich Conditions for Emergence of Plate Tectonics on Earth (and Rocky Exoplanets?) Meng Tian
10 July 2024 Prof. James Owen Imperial College London TBD Leonardos Gkouvelis
17 July 2024 Prof. Caroline Dorn ETH Zurich Water deep in the interiors of Super-Earths and Mini-Neptunes Louise Nielsen

Suggestions for speakers should be sent to the colloquium organizer Prof. Joseph Mohr.

Schedules for previous semesters: Summer term 2023.

Letzte Änderung 13. Februar 2024 06:56 durch Webmaster (webmaster@usm.uni-muenchen.de)