Seminars

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.

Speaker Subject Date
Dr. Nora Lützgendorf & Dr. Sarah Kendrew
ESA - European Space Agency
TBD
26.02.2020
12:00
Dr. Athena Coustenis
Paris Observatory at Meudon, France
The European Space program at the service of searching for habitable worlds in the solar system and beyond
20.12.2019
12:00
Prof. K. Gourgouliatos
University of Patras, Physics Department
Magnetic Field Evolution in Neutron Star Crusts
04.12.2019
12:00
Prof. Loukas Vlahos
Department of Physics, University of Thessaloniki
Magnetic Reconnection in the Solar Corona
03.12.2019
12:00
Prof. Francoise Combes
Observatoire de Paris & Collège de France, France
Molecular tori, black hole fueling and feedback in nearby AGN
13.11.2019
13:00
Dr. Olga V. Khabarova
Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation, Russian Academy of Sciences (IZMIRAN), Moscow, Russia
The dynamical heliospheric current sheet. Waves, ripples, magnetic islands and related effects.
11.11.2019
12:00
Dr. Thomas Bisbas
National Observatory of Athens, IAASARS
Photodissociation and cosmic-ray dominated regions from local infrared dark clouds to distant star-forming galaxies
06.11.2019
12:00
Dr. Steve Schulze
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
The Host Galaxies Properties of the PTF Core-Collapse Supernova Sample
23.10.2019
12:00
Dr. Bruno Altieri
ESAC, Spain
The dark universe in the eyes of Euclid
21.10.2019
12:00
A. Nersesian
National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Revealing the dust heating processes on global and spatial scales
16.10.2019
12:00
Dr. Vana Fragkou
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Galactic Planetary Nebulae especially those in Open Star Clusters
18.09.2019
12:00

 

 
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