Seminars

The Institute organizes weekly seminars on a semi-regular basis. Researchers who plan to visit Athens and wish to present their results to the members of the Institute are encouraged to contact A. Georgakakis or G. Mountrichas. The talks are in english and take place at the "Emilios Harlaftis" seminar room of the IAASARS building in Penteli. The * following the date indicates a seminar held in the Newall dome.

The availability of the seminar room can be viewed here. Reservations can be made by contacting K. Varsou.

Speaker Subject Date
Dr. Georgios Vasilopoulos
Yale, USA
ULX pulsars revisited: the curious case of NGC300 ULX1
08.01.2019
12:00
Dr. Anezina Solomonidou
ESA-ESAC, Spain
The icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn: The lesson learnt from Cassini and the preparation of ESA¢s JUICE mission
20.12.2018
12:45
Dr. Elias Koulouridis
CEA Saclay, France
Active galactic nuclei and clusters of galaxies: evolution, interactions, cosmological applications
20.12.2018
12:00
Dr. Filippos Koliopanos
Research Institute in Astrophysics and Planetology, IRAP, France
The broad and ubiquitous ~1 keV emission line complex in the spectra of X-ray binaries
19.12.2018
12:00
Dr. Eleni Vardoulaki
Argelander-Institut fuer Astronomie, University of Bonn, Germany
The importance of radio observations in understanding galaxy formation and evolution, and why AGN are special
14.12.2018
12:00
Dr. Sofia Lianou
CEA-Saclay, France
(Dwarf) galaxy evolution: clues from the local Universe
13.12.2018
12:00
Dr. Alexandra Tsekeri
NOA, Greece
Aerosol Remote Sensing: Challenges and prospects
12.12.2018
12:00
Dr. Marina Vika
NOA-IAASARS, Greece
Structure and morphology of galaxies in the nearby Universe
11.12.2018
14:00
Dr. Antonis Gkikas
National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Implementation of Earth Observations for monitoring dust aerosols from regional to global scales
07.12.2018
12:45
Dr. Panagiotis Elias
National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Synergy of ground deformation and other observations to study geophysical processes, contributing to related hazards assessment
07.12.2018
12:00
Dr. Alexios Liakos
National Observatory of Athens, Greece
A journey from the dark labs to the Moon and the Stars
06.12.2018
12:45
Dr. Odysseas Dionatos
Institut fuer Astrophysik, Universitaet Wien, Austria
The role of feedback processes in regulating the star formation
06.12.2018
12:00
Dr. George Mountrichas
National Observatory of Athens, Greece
The environment of AGN and their interplay with their host galaxies.
05.12.2018
12:45
Dr. Danae Polychroni
Universidad de Atacama, Chile
A tale of Two Clouds: Cores and Filaments in Orion & W3
05.12.2018
12:00
Dr. Ioannis Papoutsis
National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Big Earth Observation data for Disaster Risk Reduction
28.11.2018
12:00
Dr. Sotirios A. Mallios
A study of the contribution of thunderstorms to the Global Electric Circuit using a time-dependent numerical model and a fractal model
14.11.2018
12:00
Lukasz Wyrzykowski
Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory, Poland
Probing the population of Galactic and extragalactic black holes with Gaia
07.11.2018
12:00
Emmanuel Saridakis
National Technical University of Athens & Baylor University, USA
Theoretical and observational confrontation of cosmology and gravity, and the new era of multi-messenger astronomy
30.10.2018
13:00
Dr. Emmanouil Angelakis
Max-Planck-Institut fur Radioastronomie, Germany
Conditions and processes of relativistic plasma outflows through multi-band all-Stokes parameters monitoring
23.10.2018
12:00
Dr. Hanae Inami
Centre de Recherche Astrophysique de Lyon, France
The AKARI 2.5-5um Spectra of Local Luminous Infrared Galaxies
22.10.2018
12:00
Dr. Evangelia Ntormousi
Foundation for Science and Technology, Greece
Non-ideal MHD simulations of molecular clouds: filament and core formation
03.10.2018
13:00
Dr. Konstantina Boutsia
Carnegie Institution for Science, USA
The contribution of faint AGN to reionization
17.09.2018
12:00
Ass. Prof. Elias Chatzitheodoridis
Earth Sciences Department, School of Mining & Metallurgical Engineering, NTUA, Greece
Habitable environments on Mars: evidence from Martian meteorites
05.09.2018
11:30

 

 
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