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Previous seminars 2018



  • 13-12-2018 ore 11.30 Annalisa De Cia (ESO, Garching) "Metals and dust in the neutral ISM, out to high-z"


  • 29-11-2018 ore 11.30 Ramona Augustin (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille) "Observing the circum-galactic medium in absorption and emission"
  • 15-11-2018 ore 11.30 David Nataf (STScI Baltimore, USA) "Clues to Globular Cluster Formation"


  • 18-10-2018 ore 11.30 Omar G. Benvenuto (Universidad de La Plata, Argentina) "A study of SN 2016gkg"

  • 11-10-2018 ore 11.30 Xiaoting FU (University of Bologna & INAF-OAS) "Lithium: insights (problems) in astrophysics and its Galactic evolution"

  • 4-10-2018 ore 11.30 Zhi-Yu Zhang (University of Edinburgh & ESO) "Top-heavy IMF found in dusty starburst galaxies across cosmic time"


  • 27-9-2018 ore 11.30 Stefano Andreon (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera) "The cosmic epoch dependence of environmental effects on size evolution of red-sequence early-type galaxies"

  • 25-9-2018 ore 11.30 Robert Antonucci (Department of Physics, University of California) "Quasars still defy an explanation"

  • 20-9-2018 ore 11.30 Anna Feltre (CRAL, Observatoire de Lyon) "Modelling optical and UV spectral features: challenges for the high-z Universe"

  • 13-9-2018 ore 11.30 Marco Padovani (INAF Arcetri) "The role of cosmic rays on physical and chemical processes of the interstellar medium"

  • 6-9-2018 ore 11.30 Albino Perego (INFN, Sezione di Milano-Bicocca e Gruppo collegato di Parma) "R-process nucleosynthesis and kilonova emission from binary neutron star mergers"


  • 22-8-2018 ore 11.30 Jian-Min Wang (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) "Broad Line Region in Quasars"

  • 2-8-2018 ore 11.30 Z.Kang (University of Geosciences, Beijing) "Chinese roadmap for Planetary exploration"


  • 19-7-2018 ore 11.30 Marzena Sniegowska (Center for Theoretical Physics, Polish Academy of Science) "The quasar main sequence in the UV"

  • 17-7-2018 ore 11.30 Giuliano Pignata (Universidad Andres Bello, Cile) "Testing Type II supernovae as distance indicators at near-IR wavelengths"

  • 12-7-2018 ore 11.30 Mauro Sciarratta (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, UNIPD) "COSMOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE COLOR-MAGNITUDE DIAGRAMS OF GALAXY CLUSTERS"

  • 5-7-2018 ore 11.30 Alice Zurlo (Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Cile) "Measuring the mass of Proxima Cen from a microlensing event"


  • 22-6-2018 ore 11.30 Iacopo Bartalucci (IRFU, CEA, Université Paris-Saclay) "XMM-Newton and Chandra combined analysis of the most massive galaxy clusters at z~1"

  • 21-6-2018 ore 11.30 Stefano Sandrelli (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera) "La didattica e la divulgazione INAF"

  • 7-6-2018 ore 11.30 Katsuaki Asano (ICRR di Tokyo) "High-energy particle production in relativistic jets from super massive black holes."


  • 31-5-2018 ore 11.30 Cesare Chiosi (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Università di Padova) "The Scale Free Theory of Stellar Convection: a critical review"

  • 24-5-2018 ore 11.30 Elena Valenti (ESO - Garching) "The Milky Way bulge in the surveys era"

  • 17-5-2018 ore 11.30 Carlo Burigana (INAF - IRA, Bologna) "Joint perspectives from future CMB and radio projects: the case of cosmological reionization"

  • 10-5-2018 ore 11.30 Abbas Askar (Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences) "Investigating Black Hole Populations in Globular Clusters with MOCCA Code for Star Cluster Simulations"

  • 3-5-2018 ore 11.30 Alessandra Mastrobuono-Battisti (Max-Planck Instiut fur Astronomie, Heidelberg) "Globular cluster evolution in the Galaxy: inspirals and mergers"


  • 19-4-2018 ore 11.30 Michele Trenti (School of Physics, The University of Melbourne) "Galaxies at cosmic dawn"

  • 17-4-2018 ore 11.00 Amedeo Petrella (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Paodva) "GSUITE (Tutto quello che vorreste sapere)

  • 12-4-2018 ore 11.30 Mattia Libralato (STSCI) "State-of-the-art Hubble Space Telescope PROper MOtion (HSTPROMO) catalog of Galactic globular clusters. New insights and results"


  • 22-3-2018 ore 14.30 Luca Zampieri, Giampiero Naletto, Cesare Barbieri (INAF - - OAPD, UNiversita' di Padova) "Il progetto Aqueye+Iqueye"

  • 21-3-2018 ore 11.30 Paolo Serra (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari) "Neutral hydrogen gas in early-type galaxies: results from the Atlas3D survey"

  • 12-3-2018 ore 15.00 Francois Rigaut, Jon Lawrence, Simon Ellis and Richard McDermid (Australian National University) "MAVIS, Visible MCAO on the VLT"

  • 9-3-2018 ore 15.00 Pavel Jachym (Astronomical Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences) "Molecular gas and star formation in ram pressure stripping tails"

  • 8-3-2018 ore 11.30 Hans-Walter Rix (MPIA Heidelberg) "SDSS V: Pioneering Panoptic Spectroscopy"

  • 1-3-2018 ore 11.30 Riccardo Smareglia (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste) "ICT e Data Management: dai tool collaborativi all'Open Data"


  • 23-2-2018 ore 11.30 Richard Anthony D'Souza (Specola Vaticana) "Unravelling the Andromeda Galaxy's most massive merger"

  • 22-2-2018 ore 11.30 Alexander J. Mustill (Lund Observatory, Department of Astronomy & Theoretical Physics, Lund University) "Dynamics of compact planetary systems"

  • 21-2-2018 ore 14.30 Amata Mercurio (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte) "The CLASH-VLT survey: RXJ2248, the galaxy populations from the core to the outskirts"

  • 15-2-2018 ore 11.30 Maryloli Martinez-Aldama (Instituto de Astrofisíca de Andalucía) "Extreme accretor quasars at high redshift"

  • 1-2-2018 ore 11.30 Fabrizio Bonoli (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Universita' di Bologna) "Is the Guido Horn d’Arturo’s tessellated telescope really the forefather of the modern large multi-mirror telescopes?"



  • 26-1-2018 ore 11.30 Zuhui Fan (Department of Astronomy, School of Physics, Peking University) "Cosmological studies with weak lensing peak statistics"

  • 25-1-2018 ore 11.30 Alan Garcia (Universita' di Padova) "Balmer emission along the 4DE1 main sequence"

  • 18-1-2018 ore 11.30 Andre' Moitinho (Lisbon University) "Enabling a visual based exploration of the Gaia archive and other large data sets"

  • 11-1-2018 ore 11.30 Gianfranco Brunetti (INAF - IRA Bologna) "LOFAR: opening a new observational window at low radio frequencies"

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