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Kolloquien und Seminare seit 2012

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
Philipp Gast (AIP)
Pre-stellar core formation in supernova remnant-cloud interactions
Jakob Nordin (HU, Berlin)
Using Type Ia supernovae from the Zwicky Transient Facility to constrain structure growth
Florian Niederhofer (AIP)
The Magellanic Clouds - Discovering our Neighbours
Shaun Cole (ICC, Durham, UK)
The DESI Bright Galaxy Survey
Shu Yuan (Yunnan Observatories, Kunming, China)
Polarimetry on the New Vacuum Solar Telescope and polarization simulation for future large telescopes
John Monnier (University of Michigan)
Imaging the Surfaces of Stars
Rahul Kannan (Einstein Fellow, Harvard)
Arepo-RT : Radiation hydrodynamics on a moving mesh
Reinhard Genzel (MPE)
The formation and evolution of star forming galactic disks
Diego Bossini (Padova Observatory, INAF)
Asteroseismology of Red Giant Stars: a Tool for Determining Stellar Properties
Sean Matt (Exeter)
Developing a Standard Model for the Rotation and Magnetic Activity of Sun-Like Stars
Wolf-Rainer Hamann
Massive stars, winds, feedback, gravitational wave progenitors
Eduard Muslimov (Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille)
Optical design challenges: from mass-production of optical devices to high-precision instruments for scientific research
Who does what
Pratika Dayal (Groningen, The Netherlands)
The first billion years of galaxy formation
Ann Mao (MPIfR, Germany)
Detecting magnetic fields in distant galaxies with broadband radio polarimetry