AstroSem

Module: astro830
Main Organizers: Prof. N. Langer and Prof. T. Tauris 
Main Contact for scheduling talks: Abel Schootemeijer

Information for the summer semester 2017

Welcome to the homepage of the Seminar on Astronomy and Astrophysics (astro830), a four credit point elective seminar in the Master of Astrophysics programme at the Argelander Institute for Astronomy, part of the University of Bonn. Students give a talk and answer relevant questions both live and afterward by email. Talk topics are based on published papers, as suggested by the supervisors, and students should discuss their topic, and the content of their talk, with their supervisor prior to giving it.

Time and Place
Mondays, 14.00 (sharp!) --->15.30, Room 0.008, AIfA.

The AstroSem introductory session will be on 24th April 2017 at 14.00. The final Astrosem will be July 17th. Please note: exceptionally seminars will be held at a different time and/or place, please check the timetable below!

Students:  read your guide
Supervisors  read your guide

Very important: for the seminars, the allowed registration and de-registeration limits are the same (30/04/2017) and occur very early in the semester. Please be carefull and do not miss them

Very important: Every participant should read the rules first. The email requests will not be replied if the answers are already given in the astrosem page.

Time table

Contact person for scheduling talks: Abel Schootemeijer

DateSpeakerTitle / LinkSupervisorDates not available 
xx.yy.17Student APolarimetric evidence of a white dwarf pulsar in the binary system AR ScorpiiT. TaurisMay: 22, June: 19, 26
xx.yy.17Student BWitnessing the Growth of the Nearest Galaxy Cluster: Thermodynamics of the Virgo Cluster OutskirtsK. BasuJuly: 3, 17
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Student CLow Frequency Radio Constraints on the Synchrotron Cosmic WebK. BasuJuly: 3, 17
xx.yy.17Student DDense gas in the Galactic central molecular zone is warm and heated by turbulenceR. MauersbergerApril: 24, May: 15
xx.yy.17Student EThe Remarkable Similarity of Massive Galaxy Clusters From z~0 to z~1.9F. Pacaud
xx.yy.17Student FShock breakout in Type Ibc supernovae and application to GRB 060218//SN 2006ajN. LangerMay: 22, July: 3 
xx.yy.17Student GAspherical Supernova Shock Breakout and the Observations of Supernova 2008DN. LangerMay: 22, July: 3
xx.yy.17Student HDiscovery of a spiral-host episodic radio galaxyJ. Kerp
xx.yy.17Student IThe Discovery and Origin of A Very-High Velocity Cloud Toward M33J. Kerp
xx.yy.17Student JThe XMM Cluster Outskirts Project (X-COP): Physical conditions of Abell 2142 up to the virial radiusT. ReiprichMay: 15, July: 10, 17
xx.yy.17Student KMerging binary black holes formed through chemically homogeneous evolution in short-period stellar binariesC. AbateMay: 22, July: 10
xx.yy.17Student LExtreme isolation of WN3/O3 stars and implications for their evolutionary origin as the elusive stripped binariesL. GrassitelliMay: 15, June: 12, 19, 26 
xx.yy.17Student MUnderstanding the Scatter in the Spatially-resolved Star Formation Main Sequence of Local Massive Spiral GalaxiesP. KroupaMay: 8, 15, 22, June: 19, July: 3, 10
xx.yy.17Student NSHARP - II. Mass structure in strong lenses is not necessarily dark matter substructure: A flux ratio anomaly from an edge-on discP. Schneider-
xx.yy.17Student ODetection of lensing substructure using ALMA observations of the dusty galaxy SDP.81P. Schneider-
xx.yy.17Student PThe global history of reionizationC. PorcianiMay: 8, 15, July: 17
xx.yy.17Student QNo evidence for extensions to the standard cosmological modelC. PorcianiMay: 8, 15, July: 17