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Astronomy Seminars

Our seminars are an opportunity to discuss the latest developments in broad range of astronomical research areas with specialists in their fields. They are open all staff and students in the department, and final year undergraduates doing astronomy projects, are particularly welcome to attend. You may also be interested in other seminars in the Department of Physics.

Astronomy seminars are normally held at 14:00 on Wednesdays, usually in room PS1.28 of the Physical Sciences building, but please refer to the table below for any changes to these details. The seminars are preceded by an informal lunch with the speaker, to which all members of the Astronomy group are welcome.

For further details, or if you are interested in giving a seminar at Warwick, please contact Nicola Gentile Fusillo or Tom Louden.

Information for visiting seminar speakers

2018/2019 astronomy seminar series

Date

Speaker

Title

Location

5 Sep 2018

Rosemary Mardling Relaxation of resonant two-planet systems and their TTVs PS1.28

26 Sep 2018

Fabio Antonini Nuclear clusters and (supermassive) black holes PS0.17

3 Oct 2018

Meghan Gray
Witnessing cluster assembly and galaxy preprocessing beyond the viral radius PS1.28

10 Oct 2018

Warwick Astro
New group members welcome/ Jamboree PS1.28

17 Oct 2018

Tim Harries Gaps, rings and spirals: Imaging and modelling of structures in protoplanetary discs PS1.28

24 Oct 2018

Maria Monguio Montells
Galactic plane surveys: IPHAS, UVEX and SCIP PS1.28

31 Oct 2018

Jorick Vink The heaviest stars and black holes in the Universe PS1.28

7 Nov 2018

Patricia Schady

Inferring the progenitor mass of explosive transients through their environment

PS1.28

14 Nov 2018

Pierre Bergeron
White Dwarfs in Gaia: a Personal Venture PS1.28

21 Nov 2018

Romain Tartese
Origin(s) of water in inner Solar System rocky bodies PS1.28

28 Nov 2018

Ken Rice
RESCHEDULED
PS1.28

5 Dec 2018

Sarah Casewell
Irradiated brown dwarfs
PS1.28

9 Jan 2019

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PS1.28

16 Jan 2019

Klass Wiersema (Warwick)
Polarimetry as a tool to understand extreme transients PS1.28

23 Jan 2019



PS1.28

30 Jan 2019

Tim Harries TBC PS1.28

6 Feb 2019

Paul Chote/James Blake (Warwick) TBC PS1.28

27 Feb 2019

Benjamin Drummond TBC PS1.28

6 Mar 2019



PS1.28

13 Mar 2019

Matthew Kenworthy TBC
PS1.28

20 Mar 2019

Catherine Walsh TBC
PS1.28

24 Apr 2019



PS1.28

1 May 2019

Steven Parsons
TBC PS1.28

8 May2019

Kamen Todorov
TBC PS1.28

15 May 2019

Rene Breton
TBC
PS1.28