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Kolloquien und Seminare seit 2012

Daniel Müller (European Space Agency / ESTEC (SCI-S))
Solar Orbiter — Exploring the Sun-Heliosphere Connection
Vincent Martinez (Observatori Astronòmic de la Universitat de València)
Galaxy correlations at the smallest and at the largest scales
Viviane Pierrard (Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy)
The influence of the solar wind on the space environment of the Earth
Alexei Pevtsov (NSO)
How well can we reconstruct past solar magnetic activity
Christoph Kuckein (AIP)
Solar flares: a case study of the 2013 May 17 flare
Nader Haghigipour (IfA - Hawaii)
Modern Simulations of Terrestrial Planet Formation and Origin of Earth's Water
Guillaume Guiglion (AIP)
A lithium journey through the Milky Way
Fatemeh Tabatabaei (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias, Santa Cruz de Tenerife)
Discovery of massive star formation quenching by non-thermal effects in the centre of NGC 1097
Fritz Roepke (HITS, Germany)
Models and simulations for Type Ia supernovae
Justin Read (University of Surrey)
Dark matter heats up in dwarf galaxies
Hakan Önel (AIP)
Solar Orbiter: EPD/EPT and STIX - an introduction
M. Mond (Ben-Gurion University, Israel)
Density vs. tracer statistics in compressible turbulence: phase transition to multifractality
Stephan Geier (Uni Potsdam)
Hot subdwarf stars in the Gaia era
Christoffer Karoff (Aarhus University)
Using Sun-like stars and radio carbon to understand past solar activity
Ben Rendle (University of Birmingham)
Asteroseismology for Galactic Archaeology - from Oscillations to Galactic Structure
Sebastian Lopez (Universidad de Chile)
New insights into the high-redshift circum-galactic medium from gravitational-arc tomography
Alice Quillen (Univeristy of Rochester)
Motions of stars just outside the Solar neighborhood
Michelle Collins (University of Surrey, UK)
Using the faintest galaxies as probes of dark matter and galaxy evolution