AstroSem

Modules: astro830
Main organizers: Prof.  Dr. Frank Bertoldi , Prof. Dr. Peter Schneider and Maude Charmetant
Main contact for scheduling talks: Maude Charmetant


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*** First session on December 12th at 14:00 AIfA lecture hall ***


Information for the Winter semester 22


Welcome to the homepage of the Seminar on Astronomy and Astrophysics (astro830), a four-credits point elective course in the Master of Astrophysics program at the  Argelander Institute for Astronomy, at the  University of Bonn . Students give a talk and answer relevant questions afterwards, based on a recently published research paper, as suggested by the supervisors. Students should discuss the topic, the content and the presentation of their supervisor prior to giving it.

If you are having trouble finding a topic this semester please email Maude Charmetant before the registration deadline to help you resolve this. 

Time and Place
Mondays, 14.00 ---> 15.30, COVID 19 : Lecture Hall 0.012, AIfA.

The AstroSem introductory session will be on Monday the 10th of October 2022 at 14.00. The talks cannot be scheduled before the de-registration date (19.11.2022). The latest date available for scheduling a talk this semester is 30.01.2023. Please note: exceptionally want to stay at a different time and / or place, please check the timetable below!

Students:   read your guide
Supervisors   read your guide

Very important : Registration happend on the e-Campus webpage.

Very important : for this seminar course, the allowed  registration  and  de-registration  deadlines occur very early in the semester (registration  12.11.2022; de-registration 19.11.2022). Please be careful and do not miss them.

Very important: Every student should read the guidelines (see above). Email requests will not be answered if the answers are already given in the AstroSem pages.

Time table

 Contact person for scheduling talks:  Maude Charmetant

Student SupervisorTalk dateArticleUnavailability 
Dr. Mauersberger, Rainer
A Galactic-scale gas wave in the solar neighbourhood  21.11

Jakob Dietl
 
Migkas, Konstantinos Nikolaos, Dr.  19.12.22Quasar cosmology: dark energy evolution and spatial curvature
Ayesha Din
Migkas, Konstantinos Nikolaos, Dr.  12.12.22
Dynamical state of galaxy clusters evaluated from X-ray images
Romano-Diaz, Emilio, Dr. Morphologies of Galaxies at z ≃ 9 – 17 Uncovered by JWST/NIRCam Imaging:
Cosmic Size Evolution and an Identification of an Extremely Compact Bright Galaxy at z ∼ 12
Romano-Diaz, Emilio, Dr. Two Remarkably Luminous Galaxy Candidates at z ≈ 11 − 13 Revealed by JWST
Lina Gerlach Schootemeijer, Abel, Dr. 19.12.22Classical OBe Stars as Post-supernova Runaways: Confirming Binary Origins
Rishi Kumar Senthil Kumar  Banerjee, Sambaran, Dr. 09.01.23 Symmetry Breaking in Dynamical Encounters in the Disks of Active Galactic Nuclei 
Banerjee, Sambaran, Dr.  Filling the black hole mass gap: Avoiding pair instability in massive stars through addition of nonnuclear energy
Reiprich, Thomas, Prof. Dr. The gravitational field of X-COP galaxy clusters
Zahra Azadi Eggemeier, Alexander, Dr. 12.12.22The Aemulus Project VI: Emulation of beyond-standard galaxy clustering statistics to improve
cosmological constraints
Pacaud, Florian, Dr. Simulation view of galaxy clusters with low X-ray surface brightness
 Pacaud, Florian, Dr. Galaxy cluster aperture masses are more robust to baryonic effects than 3D halo masses  
Porciani, Cristiano, Prof. Dr. Predicted future fate of COSMOS galaxy protoclusters over 11 Gyr with constrained simulations
Porciani, Cristiano, Prof. Dr. Widespread, strong outflows in XQR-30 quasars at the Reionisation epoch