Fakultät für Physik und Astronomie

Heidelberg Joint Astronomical Colloquium

The Heidelberg Joint Astronomical Colloquium this 2022/23 winter semester takes place on Tuesdays at 16:00 at the main lecture theatre of the Physikalisches Institut, Philosophenweg 12. Anybody unable to attend the colloquium in person is invited to participate remotely using Zoom through the link: https://zoom.us/j/94202622849?pwd=dGlPQXBiUytzY1M2UE5oUDRhbzNOZz09 (Meeting ID: 942 0262 2849 Passcode: 792771). The colloquium is organised jointly by the Center for Astronomy at Heidelberg University (ZAH), the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (MPIA), the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics (MPIK), and the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS). For further information please contact Richard Tuffs (Richard.Tuffs@mpi-hd.mpg.de) or Ralf Klessen (klessen@uni-heidelberg.de).
Website: https://www.physik.uni-heidelberg.de/hephysto/index.php?s=event&id=1#start
Usual location: Physikalisches Institut, Philosophenweg 12, Main Lecture Theatre
Contact: Ralf Klessen, Richard Tuffs

Recent Talks:

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The Galactic Center: Infrared studies of a unique astrophysical target
Dr Rainer Schoedel
14 Jun 2022, 16:00

Characterising the atmospheres of transiting exoplanets
Dr Thomas Evans
21 Jun 2022, 16:00

Turbulent Beginnings: A Predictive Theory of Star Formation in the Interstellar Medium
Prof Blakesley Burkhart
28 Jun 2022, 16:00

A cloud-scale view on the star formation process in nearby galaxies
Dr Eva Schinnerer
5 Jul 2022, 16:00

The new era of stellar physics
Dr Matteo Cantiello
12 Jul 2022, 16:00

Imaging Supermassive Black Holes with the Event Horizon Telescope
Dr Shep Doeleman
19 Jul 2022, 16:00

The origin and evolution of close-in exoplanets
Dr James Owen
26 Jul 2022, 16:00

Testing theories of regulated star formation in clumpy, gas-rich disk galaxies
Professor Deanne Fisher
18 Oct 2022, 16:00

The Sun as a Variable Star
Professor Sarbani Basu
25 Oct 2022, 16:00

How the Sun and its siblings were born as a family but drifted apart
Professor Simon Portegies Zwart
8 Nov 2022, 16:00

Molecular Astrophysics at the Cryogenic Storage Ring
Dr Holger Kreckel
15 Nov 2022, 16:00

Our X-ray view of the Milky Way center, its outflow, and the circumgalactic medium
Dr Gabriele Ponti
22 Nov 2022, 16:00

The connection(s) between galaxies and their gaseous halos
Dr Dylan Nelson
29 Nov 2022, 16:00

Exploring the Diversity of Exoplanet Atmospheres
Dr Hannah Wakeford
13 Dec 2022, 16:00

How heavy is the most massive star?
Professor Jorick Vink
10 Jan 2023, 16:00

Measuring Hubble's Constant to 1 percent using Pulsating Stars
Dr. Richard Anderson
17 Jan 2023, 16:00

Early galaxies and black holes: the first six months from the JWST NIRSpec GTO programme
Professor Roberto Maiolino
31 Jan 2023, 16:00

Untangling Galaxy Evolution in the New Spectroscopic Era
Professor Allison Strom
7 Feb 2023, 16:00

to be arranged
Professor Lisa Kewley
14 Feb 2023, 16:00
Prof. Philipp Huke (Hochschule Emden/Leer)
Anyons hiding in gauge theory in two, three, and four dimensions
Nikita Nekrasov