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Kolloquien und Seminare seit 2012

Romauld Tylenda (N. Copernicus Astronomical Center, Torun, Poland)
V1309 Scorpii: a Rosetta stone in the field of red novae and contact binarie
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
Marcus Gellert (AIP)
Magnetic instabilities and liuid metal laboratory experiments
James W. Beletic (TELEDYNE Imaging Sensors, USA)
The Fantastical Discoveries of Astronomy made possible by the Wonderful Properties of II-VI Materials
Wolfgang Steffen (Instituto de Astronomica, UNAM, Ensenada, Mexico)
Astrophysical simulations with interactive computergraphi
Jaime Forero-Romero (Berkeley)
New topics in high-z galaxy formation
Jason Nordhaus (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Recent Advances in Core-Collapse Supernova Theory
Eberhard Wiehr (Göttingen)
Line Profiles of Ionized and Neutral Helium in Solar Prominences
Javiera Guedes (ETH Zürich)
The Eris Simulation: Forming Realistic Milky Way-like Galaxies Through Cosmological Simulations
Abhijit Bendre (AIP)
Simulations of supernova-driven galactic turbulence
Günther Rüdiger / Manfred Küker (AIP)
The Cross Helicity at the Solar Surface by Simulations and Observations
Elmo Tempel (Tartu Observatory, Estonia)
Orientation of galaxies in filaments: 3D photometrical modelling of galaxies and filamentary structure in the SDSS
Enn Saar (Tartu Observatory, Estonia)
Shadows of Baryonic Oscillations
Hongqi Zhang (Beijing, China)
Helicity from Solar Observations
Luigi Guzzo (INAF-OAB, Italy)
Understanding Cosmic Acceleration with Galaxy Redshift Surveys
Sladjana Nikolic (MPIA Heidelberg)
Supernova in 3D: VIMOS IFU observations of SN 1006
Michael Kramer (MPIfR Bonn)
Fundamental physics with radio astronomy
Pirin Erdogdu (UCL, London)
The 2MASS Redshift Survey: Reconstructed Density and Velocity Fields and the Local Group Dipole
Tanya Urrutia (AIP)
Feedback in action in luminous, young, dust-reddened QSOs

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