|Prof. Isabel Pérez (Universidad de Granada, Spain)||CAVITY project first results: Unveiling the formation and evolution of galaxies in cosmological voids||03.05.2023 12:00|
|Dr. Theodoros Papanikolaou (NOA/Greece)||Gravitational wave signatures associated to primordial black holes.||29.03.2023 12:00|
|Jorge Garcia Rojas (Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands, University of La Laguna, Spain)||Planetary nebulae with high abundance discrepancy factors through the eyes of a MUSE||22.02.2023 12:00|
|Denise Rocha Gonçalves (Valongo Observatory, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)||The chemical evolution of nearby dwarf galaxies given by strong emission-line populations||21.02.2023 12:00|
|Dr. Lydia Makrygianni (Tel Aviv University, Israel)||AT 2021loi: A Bowen Fluorescence Flare with a Re-brightening Episode, Occurring in a Previously-Known AGN||15.02.2023 12:00|
|Alex Sicilia (SISSA, Italy)||The Black Hole Mass Function: From Stellar to Supermassive||08.02.2023 12:00|
|Prof. M. Petropoulou (NKUA)||Hadronic radiation models for AGN jets in the multi-messenger era||01.02.2023 12:00|
|Prof. D. Psaltis (Georgia Institute of Technology)||Physics We Learned with the Event Horizon Telescope||31.01.2023 12:00|
|Dr Nikolaos Karnesis (Aristotle U., Thessaloniki)||The era of Gravitational Waves Astronomy; Extracting the full science potential from the data||18.01.2023 12:00|
|Dr. J. Antoniadis (FORTH/Crete)||Searching for the background hum of the Universe with Pulsar Timing Arrays||07.12.2022 12:00|
|Dr. Manos Zapartas (IAASARS/NOA)||Core-collapse supernovae explosions from massive single and binary stars||30.11.2022 12:00|
|Prof. Randa Asa'd (American University of Sharjah/UAE)||Metallicity and Abundances of Galaxies||23.11.2022 12:00|
|Prof. Stavros Katsanevas (European Gravitational Observatory)||Gravitational Waves, The recent past, the present and the near future||26.10.2022 12:00|
|Prof. D. Nanopoulos (Texas A&M Uni, USA)||Cosmology and phenomenology of superstring derived non-scale flipped SU(5)||05.10.2022 12:00|
The seminars of the Institute of Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing (IAASARS) are held on a weekly basis in the “Emilios Charlaftis” room. Note * indicates seminars to be held in the dome room of the Newall Telescope. Researchers who intend to visit Athens and wish to give a seminar to the Institute members can contact Α. Georgakakis or E. Koulouridis. Seminars are given in English.
Room availability here.