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Seminars of the Astronomical Institute of Charles University

Regular seminars are held on Wednesdays at 10:10 AM in lecture theater T1 in the tallest building of the Troja campus (V Holesovickach 2, 180 00 Praha). Seminars are open for general public, everyone is heartily invited!

Inquiries about the seminars: Jaroslav Haas ("haas", server ""), Attila Meszaros ("meszaros", server "")

Current programme in the PDF format

Jan 8, 2020  
Jaroslav Urbar (Ustav fyziky atmosfery Akademie ved Ceske republiky, Praha)
Prilezitosti (nejen) v projektech Planetary Defence programu Space Safety Evropske kosmicke agentury
Dec 18, 2019  
Jiri Grygar (Fyzikalni ustav Akademie ved Ceske republiky, Praha)
Zen objevu 2018
Dec 11, 2019  
Petr Harmanec (Astronomicky ustav UK, Praha)
Zavod o dobyti Mesice 1957-1970
Dec 4, 2019  
Anna Lisa Varri (University of Edinburgh, UK)
The new phase space complexity of old globular clusters
Nov 27, 2019  
Frantisek Dinnbier (University of Cologne, Germany)
Tidal tails of open star clusters as probes to early gas expulsion: predictions for Gaia
Nov 20, 2019  
Martin Solc (Astronomicky ustav UK, Praha)
Johannes Kepler a jeho 3. zakon (1619)
Nov 13, 2019  
Robin Eappen (Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
FatController: an application of CLMASS package to XMM Cluster Survey
Nov 6, 2019  
Josef Hanus, Miroslav Broz, Pavel Sevecek (Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
Do we have another dwarf planet in the main belt?
Oct 30, 2019  
Nadia Blagorodnova (Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Observational study of common-envelope transients: the final stellar dance
Oct 23, 2019  
Jan Pflamm-Altenburg (University of Bonn, Germany)
Regularisation of few-body dynamics
Oct 16, 2019  
Marie Karjalainen (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, Tenerife, Spain)
A planet search among Kepler giant stars
Oct 9, 2019  
Petr Kubanek (Large Binocular Telescope Observatory, Arizona, USA)
Astronomy and software engineering
Oct 2, 2019  
Pavel Kroupa (University of Bonn, Germany; Astronomical Institute of Charles University, Prague)
The systematically varying stellar initial mass function and some implications thereof
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