The Astronomy Group seminars are usually organised every second week during the academic semester.
|Time:||Wednesday afternoons from 16:00-17:00.|
|Location:||Media Room (E39; go up one floor from the Hicks building
main entrance on Hounsfield Road,|
enter the Physics and Astronomy department double doors, and turn left almost at the end of
the main corridor into a side corridor [after the lift]; E39 is on your left after the next set of double doors).
|Contact:||Thijs Kouwenhoven, T.Kouwenhoven@sheffield.ac.uk|
Autumn semester 2003/2004
- Wednesday 27 August 2003 EXTRA SEMINAR!!
Dr. Rosa González Delgado (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, Spain)
Stellar Populations in Low Luminosity Active Galactic Nuclei
- Tuesday 2 September 2003 EXTRA SEMINAR!!
Dr. David Buckley (Southern African Large Telescope, South Africa)
Pass the SALT please
- Wednesday 8 October 2003
Dr. Paul Crowther (Sheffield)
Massive Stars from Cradle to Grave
- Wednesday 22 October 2003
Prof. Michael Merrifield (Nottingham)
First Results from the Planetary Nebula Spectrograph: Huge Data Sets and Horrifying Science
- Friday 24 October 2003 at 11:30am!! EXTRA SEMINAR!!
Dr. Arunav Kundu (Michigan State Univ., USA)
Probing early type galaxies with globular clusters
- Wednesday 12 November 2003
Dr. Ignas Snellen (Royal Observatory Edinburgh)
Lifecycles of radio-loud AGN
- Wednesday 19 November 2003
- Wednesday 3 December 2003
Dr. Ulrich Kolb (Open University)
Compact binary populations
- Wednesday 17 December 2003
Dr. Ian Bonnell (St. Andrews)
The formation of stellar clusters and the IMF
- Wednesday 14 January 2004
Dr. Don Pollacco (Queen's University Belfast)
Time domain astrophysics with the WASP cameras
- Friday 16 January 2004 EXTRA SEMINAR!!
Dr. Reynier Peletier (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
Why are galaxies active?
- Thursday 22 January 2004 NOTE CHANGE OF DAY!!
Dr. Richard de Grijs (Sheffield)
Star Formation in Extreme Conditions