Colloquia

Pirin Erdogdu (UCL, London)
The 2MASS Redshift Survey: Reconstructed Density and Velocity Fields and the Local Group Dipole
Luigi Guzzo (INAF-OAB, Italy)
Understanding Cosmic Acceleration with Galaxy Redshift Surveys
Javiera Guedes (ETH Zürich)
The Eris Simulation: Forming Realistic Milky Way-like Galaxies Through Cosmological Simulations
Jason Nordhaus (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Recent Advances in Core-Collapse Supernova Theory
Wolfgang Steffen (Instituto de Astronomica, UNAM, Ensenada, Mexico)
Astrophysical simulations with interactive computergraphi
Marcus Gellert (AIP)
Magnetic instabilities and liuid metal laboratory experiments
Romauld Tylenda (N. Copernicus Astronomical Center, Torun, Poland)
V1309 Scorpii: a Rosetta stone in the field of red novae and contact binarie
Sadegh Khochfar (MPE)
The formation of massive galaxies through cosmic time
Juan Carlos Munoz-Cuartas (AIP)
Properties of the distribution of dark matter
Stefano Ansoldi (Udine University)
A statistical approach to the determination of model parameters in astrophysics: The case of active galactic nuclei synchrotron-self compton models
Tanya Urrutia (AIP)
Feedback in action in luminous, young, dust-reddened QSOs
Andreas Faltenbacher (Cape Town)
Anisotropy in the matter distribution at very large scales
Sladjana Nikolic (MPIA Heidelberg)
Supernova in 3D: VIMOS IFU observations of SN 1006
Michael Kramer (MPIfR Bonn)
Fundamental physics with radio astronomy
Hans-Erich Froehlich (AIP)
Bayesian photometric spot modeling - experiences and first results
Benedetta Ciardi (MPA Garching)
Cosmic reionization: theoretical modelling and challenging observations
Elmo Tempel (Tartu Observatory, Estonia)
Orientation of galaxies in filaments: 3D photometrical modelling of galaxies and filamentary structure in the SDSS
Hongqi Zhang (Beijing, China)
Helicity from Solar Observations
Günther Rüdiger / Manfred Küker (AIP)
The Cross Helicity at the Solar Surface by Simulations and Observations
Timur Doumler (AIP)
Constrained Local Universe simulations from galaxy peculiar velocities
Abhijit Bendre (AIP)
Simulations of supernova-driven galactic turbulence
Eberhard Wiehr (Göttingen)
Line Profiles of Ionized and Neutral Helium in Solar Prominences
James W. Beletic (TELEDYNE Imaging Sensors, USA)
The Fantastical Discoveries of Astronomy made possible by the Wonderful Properties of II-VI Materials
Jaime Forero-Romero (Berkeley)
New topics in high-z galaxy formation
Antonela Monachesi (University of Michigan)
Resolving stellar populations of nearby galaxies: The SFH of M32 and the color profile of M81's stellar halo
Arianna DiCintio
The density profile of subhaloes in the CLUES simulation: implication for the MIlky Way's dwarf spheroidals
Jo Bovy (IAS, Princeton)
Precision measurements of the Milky Way's disk structure and dynamics
Sourav Mitra (Hasih-Chandra Research Institute Allahabad, India)
Reionization constraints using principal component analysis
Alberto Sesana (AEI Potsdam)
Massive Black Hole Binaries: formation, dynamics and gravitational waves
Joel Johansson (Stockholm University)
Supernovae cosmology: level up or game over?
Alexander Kashlinsky (Goddard Space Flight Center)
Cosmic Infrared Background and new cosmological populations
10 Years of PMAS
barbecue thereafter
Andrea Maccio (MPIA)
MaGICC: Making Galaxies in a Cosmological Context
Johann Wempe Award 2012 for Prof. Dr. Thomas R. Ayres
from the Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy of the University of Colorado, Boulder, U.S.A. for his contributions to ultraviolet stellar spectroscopy and his detection of COmospheres.
Peter Creasey (AIP)
Supernova feedback at high resolution
Barry Rothberg (AIP)
The Janus Effect: How Multiple Stellar Populations Affect the Observed Dynamics of Major Mergers
Sergei Shandarin (Univ Kansas)
Tessellation Approaches to Analysis of Cosmic Web.
Gwangson Choe (Kyung Hee University, Yongin, Korea)
Energetics and Dynamics of Large Scale Solar Eruptions
Science Advisory Board 2012
Oct 25, 2012: from 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM
Science Advisory Board 2012
Oct 26, 2012: from 08:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Bettina Posselt (Penn State University)
Not yet retired - X-ray emission of the old radio pulsar PSR J0108-1431
Holger Israel (AIfA Bonn)
Cosmology with Weak Lensing Clusters: The 400d Survey and Beyond
First Colloquium Potsdam - Berlin
We are happy to announce the first Berlin-Potsdam-Kolloquium in 2013 which will take place at Potsdam University, Komplex II Campus Golm, House 14, Room 0.45.
Adi Nusser (Technion)
Probing fundamental cosmological physics with large scale motions of galaxies
Anatoly Klypin (NMSU)
Nature of dwarf spheroidal galaxies
Daniel Angerhausen (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY)
Exoplanet Atmospheres before JWST - Occultation spectrophotometry with current groud, space and airborne based platforms
Sunghye Baek (Pisa)
Identifying AGN-powered Lyman Alpha Emitters
Veronica Biffi (Triest, Italy)
Synthetic X-ray observations of simulated galaxy clusters
Sydney Barnes (AIP)
Aspects of the Rotation of Cool Stars
Roberto Mendez (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii, Honolulu)
Extragalactic planetary nebulae as kinematic tracers and distance indicators
Mariya Lyubenova (MPIA Heidelberg)
The complex nature of Nuclear Star Clusters in early-type galaxies
Alexander Kashlinsky (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Looking at Infrared Background Anisotropies with Euclid - LIBRAE and first stars
Adriane Liermann (MPIfR)
Stellar spectroscopy - mass loss and evolution of high-mass stars
Benjamin Moster (MPA Garching)
Constraints on galaxy formation from connecting galaxies and dark matter haloes
Federico Spada (AIP)
Magnetic activity and fundamental parameters of solar-like stars
Isha Pahwa (University of Dehli)
Inflation in Higher Dimensional Gauss-Bonnet Cosmology
Elmo Tempel (Tartu)
Detecting filamentary pattern in the Universe: a catalogue of filaments
Dmitry Klochkov (IAAT Tuebingen)
Probing the configuration of the emitting region in accreting magnetized neutron stars
Simon White (MPA Garching)
Cosmological results from the Planck satellite
Julio F. Navarro (University of Victoria)
"Dwarf Galaxies as Cosmological Probes"
Tanya Urrutia (AIP)
Quasar Outflows in Luminous, Dust-Reddened Quasars
Elena Turitsyna (University of Aston)
Fibre Bragg gratings, applications in astrophysics
Alexander Wiegand (Albert-Einstein-Institut)
Minkowski functionals of the SDSS Luminous red galaxies
Gabriele Cescutti (AIP)
The First Stars: chemical signatures in the Milky Way
Nelson Padilla (Pontificia Univ. Cat. de Chile, Santiago)
Effects of stochasticity of acquisition of angular momentum in the evolution of galaxies.
Nikolaos Fanidakis (MPA Heidelberg)
The halo environment of AGN: predictions from semi-analytics
Nicolas Tejos (Durham University, England)
On the connection between the IGM and galaxies at z<1
Joseph F. Hennawi (Max-Planck-Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg)
Probing the Circumgalactic Medium in Absorption and Emission
Isabel Suarez (AIP)
Searching for the missing baryons in the Warm-Hot Intergalagtic Medium
Joseph Caruana (AIP)
The search for the most distant galaxies in the Universe
Davor Krajnovic (AIP)
ATLAS3D Project: what shapes early-type galaxies?
Sam Barden (National Solar Observatory, USA)
Polarimetric Spectroscopic Imager (PSI) - a new approach to observing the heavens
Aaron Geller (Northwestern University, USA)
The Dynamical Environments of Open Star Clusters
Till Sawala (Durham University, England)
Structure formation: not just dark matter
Gilles Rasigade
Silicon Photonics: 40Gbit/s integrated optical modulator
Rainer Arlt (AIP)
Sunspot observations from the past: treasures for the science of today
Stuart Barnes
The search for extrasolar planets using high resolution echelle spectroscopy.
Alexei Moiseev (Special Astrophysical Observatory, N. Arkhyz, Russia)
Scanning Fabry-Perot interferometer at the SAO RAS 6-m telescope: current state and results