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Semináře Astronomického ústavu UK

Semináře se konají pravidelně ve středu od 10:10 v hybridní podobě.

Online, v prostředí Zoom: konference číslo 952 7758 7215, heslo na vyžádání.
Promítání zoomovaných seminářů: posluchárna T1 (V Holešovičkách 2, 18000 Praha).

Studentům jsou rovněž k dispozici záznamy seminářů.

Dotazy: Jaroslav Haas ("haas", server "sirrah.troja.mff.cuni.cz")

Aktuální program ve formátu PDF

20.6.2022  
Mimořádný seminář - pondělí, od 10:30, přednášeno z T1
Brad Barlow (High Point University, North Carolina, USA)
A search for variable hot subdwarf stars and their significance to astrophysics
18.5.2022  
Mimořádně od 12:30, promítání v T1 jako obvykle
Seth Andrew Jacobson (Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA)
An early giant planet instability in Solar System history
11.5.2022  
Seminář se nekoná - Rektorský sportovní den
4.5.2022  
Duncan Forbes (Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Australia)
Ultra-diffuse galaxies: galaxies at the extreme
27.4.2022  
Karina Voggel (University of Strasbourg, France)
Relic nuclear star clusters and their hidden supermassive black holes
20.4.2022  
Eda Gjergo (Wuhan University, China)
The galactic chemical evolution of heavy elements
13.4.2022  
Christian Boily (University of Strasbourg, France)
Star formation in disc galaxies and the trigger of bending modes
6.4.2022  
Ivana Šándorová (Astronomický ústav UK, Praha)
Dvojzákrytové systémy
Jozef Lipták (Astronomický ústav UK, Praha)
Spektroskopický výzkum excentrických zákrytových dvojhviezd
30.3.2022  
Michal Švanda (Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague; Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Ondřejov)
Geomagnetically induced currents: are they a threat for the Czech transmission network?
23.3.2022  
Jakub Podgorný (University of Strasbourg, France; Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague; Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
Reflected X-ray emission from black-hole accretion discs
16.3.2022  
Alexander Krivov (University of Jena, Germany)
Debris disks as components of planetary systems
9.3.2022  
Henri Boffin (European Southern Observatory, Garching, Germany; Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Ondřejov)
A tale of caution: the tails of open clusters are much longer than thought, but more difficult to find
2.3.2022  
Richard Irving Anderson (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland)
Measuring Hubble's constant to 1% using pulsating stars
23.2.2022  
Libor Nouzák (Department of Surface and Plasma Science, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague)
Dust impacts measured by spacecraft in space and simulated in laboratory
16.2.2022  
Rhys Taylor (Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague)
Hunting for dark galaxies in the afterlife
5.1.2022  
Myank Singhal (University of Bristol, UK)
Identifying stars using machine learning with missing and augmented photometry
22.12.2021  
Lukáš Shrbený (Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Ondřejov)
Properties of Alpha Monocerotid meteors from the observation of the 2019 outburst in the Czech Republic
15.12.2021  
Sambaran Banerjee (University of Bonn, Germany)
Binary black hole mergers from young massive clusters, open clusters, and isolated binaries
8.12.2021  
Alicia Moranchel Basurto (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico)
Bilateral structure of the supernova remnant G296.5+10
1.12.2021  
Jiří Grygar (Fyzikální ústav Akademie věd České republiky, Praha)
Žeň objevů 2020
24.11.2021  
Pierre Vernazza (Laboratory of Astrophysics of Marseille, France)
Constraints on the formation and evolution of the largest main belt asteroids
17.11.2021  
Seminář se nekoná - státní svátek
10.11.2021  
Raúl Ortega Chametla (Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague; National Autonomous University of Mexico, Cuernavaca, Mexico)
How the planetary eccentricity influences the pebble isolation mass
3.11.2021  
Richard Wünsch (Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague)
Simulating star formation with the radiation transport code TreeRay
27.10.2021  
Pavel Kroupa (University of Bonn, Germany; Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
The origin of brown dwarfs
20.10.2021  
Jan Kára (Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
Study of the structure of cataclysmic variables
13.10.2021  
Henriette Wirth (Elektronische Fahrwerksysteme GmbH, Gaimersheim, Germany; Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
How many explosions does one need? Quantifying supernovae in globular clusters from iron abundance spreads
6.10.2021  
Miroslav Brož (Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
Early terrestrial planet formation by torque-driven convergent migration of planetary embryos
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