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

INTRODUCTION SEMINAR on  ***MONDAY OCTOBER 9***   (see schedule below) 

Information for the Winter semester 2017/2018

Welcome to the homepage of the Seminar on Astronomy and Astrophysics (astro830), a four credit point elective course in the Master of Astrophysics programme 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 talk with their supervisor prior to giving it.

Time and Place
Mondays, 14.00 (sharp!) ---> 15.30, Lecture Hall 0.012, AIfA.

The AstroSem introductory session will be on Monday the 9th of October 2017 at 14.00. The final AstroSem will be (TBD). 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 this seminar course, the allowed registration and de-registeration deadlines occur very early in the semester (registration 31/10/2017; de-registration 07/11/2017). Please be careful and do not miss them.

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

Time table

Contact person for scheduling talks: Abel Schootemeijer

DateSpeakerTitle / LinkSupervisorDates not available 
Scheduled presentations:
20.11.17D. SharmaA Search for Warm/Hot Gas Filaments Between Pairs of SDSS Luminous Red GalaxiesK. Basun/a
20.11.17J. KramerMolecular and atomic gas along and across the main sequence of star-forming galaxiesB. Magnellin/a
04.12.17R. PintoX-Ray Morphological Analysis of the Planck ESZ ClustersT. Reiprichn/a 
04.12.17A. ManoharNuclear obscuration in active galactiv nucleiE. Vardoulakin/a
11.12.17Z. ModakTHINGS: The H I Nearby Galaxy SurveyS. Muehlen/a
15.01.18V. SchuyThe New Galaxy Evolution Paradigm Revealed by the Herschel SurveysC. Porcianin/a
 Available papers:
xx.yy.17Student AOn the far-infrared metallicity diagnostics: applications to high-redshift galaxiesE. VardoulakiOctober: 23, 30; December: 11
xx.yy.17Student BIntensity mapping of [C II] emission from early galaxiesF. BertoldiMonth: Day, .. 
xx.yy.17Student CThe Initial Masses of the Red Supergiant Progenitors to Type-II SupernovaeT. TaurisOctober: 23, 30, December: 11
xx.yy.17Student DThe role of neutron star mergers in the chemical evolution of the Galactic haloC. AbateNovember: 20, January: 8
xx.yy.17Student EThe Two Molecular Clouds in RCW 38: Evidence for the Formation of the Youngest Super Star Cluster in the Milky Way Triggered by Cloud-Cloud CollisionR. Mauers-berger
xx.yy.17Student FThe molecular gas mass of M 33M. AlbrechtOctober: 23, 30 
xx.yy.17Student GMass distribution in the core of MACS J1206: robust modeling from an exceptionally large sample of central multiple imagesP. Schneider-
xx.yy.17Student HFirst results from the IllustrisTNG simulations: radio haloes and magnetic fieldsE. Romano-Diaz-
xx.yy.17Student INo hot and luminous progenitor for Tycho's supernovaN. LangerOctober: 23, 30, November: 20, December: 11