The astro seminar is a platform for all researchers in Astrophysics, i.e. grad students, PHD students, instructors, postdocs, professors [did I forget anybody?], to present their work or (as in a journal club) a paper they find interesting.
The seminar starts at 12.00.
Time slots are 30 minutes for the talk, plus 15 minutes for questions and discussion.
Please send me the title of your talk, together with a useful reference (if applicable) at least 8 days ahead of your talk, so I can properly announce it.
|Thu 22-Sep-2005||Eugene Milone
The usefulness of the IRWG passband system
|Thu 29-Sep-2005||Jeroen Stil|
Ex libris Willem de Sitter
|Thu 06-Oct-2005||Jean-Pierre De Villiers
Relativistic Alfvén waves
|Thu 13-Oct-2005||Nicole Wityk
3-D simulations of magnetized super bubbles
|Thu 20-Oct-2005||Christy Bredeson
|Thu 27-Oct-2005||David Hobill
Gravitational nano-lensing in compact binary systems
|Thu 03-Nov-2005||Jan Staff
|Thu 17-Nov-2005||Phil Langill
Gravity Probe B? What happened to Gravity Probe A?
|Thu 24-Nov-2005||Brian Niebergall
3-Dimensional Simulations of the Reorganization of a Quark Star's Magnetic Field as Induced by the Meissner Effect (An Application to AXPs and SGRs)
|Thu 01-Dec-2005||Nicole Kaiser
Matched Filter Processing for Asteroid Detection, and Applications to Kuiper Belt Objects
|Thu 08-Dec-2005||Denis Leahy
Pulse shape models for millisecond pulsars
|Thu 15-Dec-2005||Jean-Pierre De Villiers
Cooperstock and Tie: General Relativity resolves galactic rotation without exotic dark matter
Last updated 24-Nov-2005 by Wolfgang Dobler
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