DTU A&A Seminar Series

Every month we have a seminar at DTU - Space as part of the Astronomy & Atmospheric Physics (A&A) group. The seminar is a 45-minute talk plus a 15-minute Q&A session and will be accompanied by cake for those attending in-person.

The audience spans a range of astronomers, physicists, and space engineers so the talks are will cover a fairly thorough introduction to the topic from one of the leading experts in the field. We plan to have the seminar series in person COVID permitting, otherwise, we will host the seminars online.

For details of upcoming and previous seminars see below.

Questions related to the Seminar Series may be sent to: AA_seminars[at]space.dtu.dk

History

Date Speaker Title
February Chris Harrison A multi-faceted perspective of how supermassive black holes influence galaxy evolution
March Matt Nicholl Tidal disruptions of stars by supermassive black holes
May N. F. Schreiber Star-Forming Galaxies at Cosmic Noon
June Shude Mao Exosolar Planets with Gravitational Microlensing
September Laura Kreidberg Planets are Places: Exoplanet Atmosphere Characterisation in the JWST Era
October Stephen Wilkins Exploring the Earliest Phase of Galaxy Evolution
November Julie Wardlow Understanding the environments of extreme dusty star-forming galaxies in the distant Universe