Astrophysics Colloquium History
Date Room Speaker Title
May 09 2017
14:00
Room 135 Stefano Ettori
(Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna)
X-ray, Sunyeav-Zeldovich signal and dark matter in galaxy clusters
May 02 2017
14:00
Room 135 Andrea Contin and Nicolo' Masi
((University of Bologna, Director of Interdipartmental Center for Research on Environmental Sciences) (Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita' di Bologna))
The AMS experiment latest results and interpretation
May 10 2016
14:00
SISSA main building Alessandro Pizzella
(Padua University)
The origin of large-scale counter-rotating stellar disks in galaxies
May 03 2016
14:00
SISSA main building, room 135 Veronique Buat
()
Dust attenuation in the Universe: what do we know about its variation with redshift and from galaxy to galaxy?
Mar 01 2016
14:00
room 135 Alfonso Veropalumbo
(Universita\' di Bologna)
Cosmological constraints from the clustering of galaxy clusters
Nov 26 2015
16:00
135 Simone Aiola
(University of Pittsburgh)
New Probes of Large-scale CMB Anomalies
Nov 20 2015
11:30
Room 128 Julian Borrill
(Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
High Performance Computing for Cosmic Microwave Background Experiments
Sep 30 2015
0:00
library blue meeting room Obi I. Anthony
(SISSA)
Type IIb Supernova 2013df Entering Into An Interaction Phase: A Link between the Progenitor and the Mass Loss
Jul 01 2015
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Yoel Rephaeli
(Tel Aviv University)
Galactic Energetic Particles and Their Radiative Yields in Clusters
Jun 23 2015
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Michal Chodorowski
(Nicolaus Coperincus Astronomical Center, Warsaw,)
Distortions of galaxy clustering in redshift surveys
Jun 10 2015
2:00
big meeting room 7th floor Ekaterina Karukes
(SISSA)
The Variation of Rotation Curve Shapes as a Signature of the Effects of Baryons on Dark Matter Density Profiles
May 20 2015
0:00
big meeting room 7th floor Claudia Mancuso
(SISSA)
The dust mass in z > 6 normal star forming galaxies
May 05 2015
15:00
SISSA, Room 135 Marco Bruni
(Porthsmouth University)
The non-linear post-Friedmann framework and Einstein's signature in large-scale structure
Apr 22 2015
2:00
library blue meeting room Serena Perrotta
(SISSA)
Evidence for feedback in action from the molecular gas content in the z~1.6 outflowing QSO XID2028
Apr 15 2015
2:00
big meeting room 7th floor Jing Tang
(SISSA)
Old supernova dust factory revealed at the Galactic center
Feb 26 2015
15:00
SISSA, Room 128/129 Andrea Lapi
(University of "Tor Vergata" (Rome) - SISSA)
High-z Galaxies at the Interface between Astrophysics and Cosmology
Feb 17 2015
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Anna Bonaldi
(Manchester University)
Cosmology with Planck Sunyaev-Zeldovich cluster counts
Feb 03 2015
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Isabella Prandoni
(Istituto Radioastronomia, Bologna)
Mapping the Universe with the Square Kilometre Array
Dec 09 2014
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Kam Arnold
(UCSD, University of California)
Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization: Measurements with POLARBEAR and Future Scientific Prospects
Dec 02 2014
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Pierstefano Corasaniti
(CNRS & Observatoire de Paris)
Imprints of Dark Energy on the non-Linear Cosmic Structure Formation
Nov 18 2014
16:00
Tba Michele Cappellari
()
Tba
Nov 04 2014
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Franco Vazza
(University of Hamburg)
The magnetism in the cosmic web from simulations and looking towards future observations.
Oct 28 2014
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Nicola Turini
(University of Siena)
Missing Mass searching with the Totem and CMS detectors at LHC
Oct 14 2014
14:00
room 135 Eloisa Menegoni
(Observatoire de Paris)
Constraints on dark energy models with CMB data
May 13 2014
14:00
David Mota
(Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics, Oslo)
tba
Apr 08 2014
14:00
tba Manolis Papastergis
(Kapteyn Institute/University of Groningen)
Galaxy formation and small-scale cosmology with the ALFALFA 21cm survey
Mar 25 2014
14:00
SISSA, Room 005 Francesco Sylos Labini
(Centro Studi e Ricerche Enrico Fermi; Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi CNR)
Violent and mild relaxation of an isolated self-gravitating uniform and spherical cloud of particle
Mar 18 2014
14:00
Olindo Zanotti
(University of Trento)
General relativistic radiation-hydrodynamics of accretion flows
Mar 05 2014
14:00
room 135 Paul Mattew Sutter
(INFN)
Cosmic voids as cosmological laboratories
Feb 25 2014
14:00
room 005 Carlo Burigana
(INAF-IASF Bologna;Dip. di Fisica e Scienze della Terra, Universita` di Ferrara)
Microwave and radio sky: synergies and perspectives
Feb 24 2014
14:00
SISSA, Library Blue meeting room Federico Bianchini
(SISSA)
Feb 18 2014
14:00
room 005 Michela Mapelli
(Padua Observatory)
the sarabande of stars and black holes in dense young star clusters
Feb 11 2014
14:00
SISSA, Room 005 Zhao Gongbo
(ICG, Porthsmouth)
Cosmological Tests of Gravity
Jan 28 2014
14:00
room 005 Francesco Pace
(ICG, Porthsmouth)
Lensing in coupled dark energy models
Jan 14 2014
14:00
room 005 Giulio Fabbian
(SISSA)
Detecting CMB polarization lensing with POLARBEAR
Nov 19 2013
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Aurel Schneider
()
Structure formation and alternative dark matter scenarios
Nov 12 2013
14:00
SISSA, Room 005 Marcella Massardi
(INAF Bologna)
ALMA science: from Cycle 0 results to Cycle 2 preparation.
Oct 23 2013
14:00
SISSA, Room 005 Arianna Di Cintio
(Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
The response of dark matter haloes to baryonic physics: cusps vs cores prediction in real galaxies
Oct 16 2013
14:00
SISSA, Room 135 Giulia Gubitosi
(University "La Sapienza", Rome, & INFN)
Disformal Coupling, CMB Spectral Distortion and Distance Duality Relation
Jun 25 2013
14:00
Room 135 Javier Rodriguez Zaurin
(Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
The importance of warm, AGN-driven outflows in rapidly evolving galaxies in the local universe.
Jun 18 2013
14:00
Room 005 Reinard Beck
(University of Bohn)
Science with the Square Kilometre Array
Jun 12 2013
13:45
Room 135 Mahavir Sharma
()
Outflows from galaxies and AGN
Jun 11 2013
14:00
Room 005 Joao Maguejo
()
Dimensional reduction in the sky?
Jun 04 2013
14:00
Room 005 Paolo Natoli
(Università degli studi di Ferrara)
Cosmology with Planck
May 28 2013
14:00
Room 005 Adriano Fontana
(INAF, Roma)
The earliest CANDELS in the Universe.
May 14 2013
14:00
Room 135 Rosalba Perna
(Chicago University)
Title Gamma-Ray Bursts as Tools for Extragalactic Astrophysics and Cosmology
Apr 30 2013
14:00
SISSA - Room 005 Yannick Mellier
(IAP)
Euclid … digging the dark in the Planck Universe …
Apr 23 2013
14:00
Room 005 Massimo Meneghetti
(INAF, Bologna)
New challenges for lensing by galaxy clusters
Apr 16 2013
14:00
Room 135 Radek Wojtack
(DARK, Copenhagen)
Three selected examples of what we can learn from galaxy kinematics
Apr 09 2013
14:00
Room 005 Roberta Paladini
(Caltech)
HII regions: a window on dust physics. - From dust evolution to Anomalous Microwave Emission
Mar 26 2013
14:00
Room 135 Luigi Piro
(INAF, Rome)
Gamma-Ray Bursts: status and perspecitives
Mar 19 2013
14:00
Room 135 Anna Bonaldi
(Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, University of Manchester)
Planck intermediate results. XII: Diffuse Galactic components in the Gould Belt System
Mar 05 2013
14:00
Room 128 Eiichiro Komatsu
(Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)
The Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) Observations: The Final Results
Feb 27 2013
14:30
SISSA - Aula Magna Frans Prestorius
(Princeton University)
SISSA Colloquium - Black holes: probes of the cosmos and fundamental physics
Feb 13 2013
11:30
Room 005 Richard Davies
(Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics)
Does star formation play a decisive role in feeding AGN?
Feb 05 2013
14:00
Room 005 Gianfranco Gentile
(University of Ghent)
MOND - Modified Newtonian Dynamics: an observational perspective
Jan 29 2013
15:00
Room 005 Andrea Possenti
(Cagliari Observatory)
Detecting gravitational waves from cosmological distances
Jan 15 2013
14:00
Room 005 Ben Granett
(INAF, Brera)
Observing the growth of structure through the Integrated Sachs-Wolfe effect
Jan 09 2013
14:00
Room 135 Franco Vazza
(Hamburg Observatory and INAF-Istituto di Radio Astronomia, Bologna)
Shocks, turbulence and non-thermal phenomena in galaxy clusters: a view from cosmological grid simulation
Nov 27 2012
16:00
Room 005 Dave Clements
(Imperial College)
Herschel, Planck and the High Redshift Universe
Nov 20 2012
14:00
Room 005 Lucio Mayer
(University of Zurich, and ETH Zurich)
The Eris disk galaxy formation simulations: realistic spiral galaxies with pseudobulges and effects of baryons on the dark halo
Nov 06 2012
16:00
Room 005 Carlotta Gruppioni
(INAF, Osservatorio di Bologna)
The Herschel PEP+HerMES Luminosity Function: Probing the evolution of IR galaxies up to z~4
Oct 30 2012
16:00
Room 005 Gigi Guzzo
(INAF, Osservatorio di Brera)
Galaxy clustering: an increasingly stringent probe of cosmology
Oct 23 2012
16:00
Room 005 Alexei D. Beklemishev
(Novosibirsk State University and Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics)
Magnetic mirrors; history, results and fusion prospects
Oct 18 2012
16:00
Room 005 Vitor Cardoso
(CENTRA, IST, Lisbon)
Black holes: alive, kicking and exploding
Oct 09 2012
16:00
Room 005 Pierre Salati
(Laboratoire d'Annecy-le-Vieux de Physique Théorique)
Dark matter Indirect Detection and the Cosmic Ray Anomalies
Oct 02 2012
16:00
Room 005 Levon Pogosian
(Simon Fraser University)
Fables of reconstruction: examining the evidence for dynamical dark energy
Jul 03 2012
16:00
Room 005 Ted Jacobson
(University of Maryland)
Induced aether action from UV Lorentz violations
Jun 26 2012
16:00
Room 005 Fabrizio Tamburini
(University of Padova)
Einstein gets a twist…The orbital angular momentum of light in Astronomy and Astrophysics
May 29 2012
16:00
Room 005 Giulia Gubitosi
(APC Paris)
Testing Lorentz symmetries with CMB polarization data
May 22 2012
16:00
Room 005 Paolo Pani
(CENTRA, Lisbon)
Perturbations of slowly rotating black holes
May 15 2012
16:00
Room 005 Enrico Barausse
(University of Guelph)
The evolution of the spins of massive black holes
May 08 2012
16:00
Room 005 Valerio Faraoni
(Bishop's University)
Cosmological wormholes
Apr 24 2012
16:00
Room 005 Nigel Mitchell
(University of Vienna)
A Multi-Phase Chemodynamic ISM Model in FLASH using Stellar Hydrodynamics
Apr 03 2012
16:00
Room 005 Angela di Virgilio
(INFN PISA)
An Array of Ring Lasers to measure the Frame Dragging of the Earth
Mar 27 2012
16:00
Room 128 Hector De Vega
(LPTHE, Paris VI)
Warm Dark Matter and Galaxy Structure in the Standard model of the Universe
Mar 06 2012
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Ravi Sheth
(ICTP)
Photometric redshift surveys: Drinking tea with a fork?
Feb 28 2012
16:00
SISSA, Room 005 Susana Planelles
(OATS/INAF)
Exploring gravitational feedback processes in a cosmological context
Feb 21 2012
16:00
SISSA room 005 Marcel Clemens
(OAPD)
Some Results from the Herschel Virgo Cluster Survey (HeViCS)
Jan 31 2012
16:00
Room 005 Lorenzo Sironi
(Princeton University)
Particle Acceleration in Relativistic Magnetized Astrophysical Shocks
Jan 10 2012
16:00
Room 005 Pierluigi Belli
(Roma "Tor Vergata")
Signals from the Dark Universe: the annual modulation results by DAMA/LIBRA
Dec 13 2011
16:00
SISSA 005 Jean-Claude Waizmann
(INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna )
How pink are pink elephants? - An application of extreme value statistics to the most massive galaxy clusters at low and high redshift
Dec 01 2011
16:00
SISSA, Room 005 Kostas Kokkotas
(Tuebingen University and University of Thessaloniki)
Neutron Stars: Rotational and Magnetic Field Instabilities
Nov 22 2011
16:00
SISSA, Room 005 Paolo Molaro
(OATS)
The star that should not exist
Nov 08 2011
16:00
SISSA, Room 005 Chris Byrnes
(CERN)
Maximizing the scientific return from cosmic non-Gaussianity
Oct 25 2011
16:00
SISSA, Room 005 Nils Andersson
(University of Southampton)
Neutron stars as cosmic laboratories
Oct 11 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Roberto Maiolino
(INAF-OAR, Rome)
ALMA Prospects
Jun 07 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Sushan Konar
(Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India)
Millisecond Pulsars in Globular Clusters
Apr 26 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Brian Reville
(University of Oxford, UK)
Fermi acceleration at relativistic shocks and its radiative signatures
Apr 12 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Andrew King
(University of Leicester, UK)
Supermassive Black Holes in Galaxy Centres
Mar 22 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Pawel Haensel
(Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw, Poland)
Two solar mass pulsar and hyperons in neutron star cores
Mar 15 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Mattia Negrello
(The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK)
Looking for strongly-lensed galaxies in the sub-mm with the Herschel Space Observatory
Mar 01 2011
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Jarrett Johnson
(Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Munich, Germany)
Black Hole Formation in the Early Universe
Nov 30 2010
16:00
SISSA, room 135 Lara Nava
(SISSA)
Gamma-Ray Bursts as standard candles: is it possible?
Nov 16 2010
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Silke Weinfurtner
(SISSA)
Measurement of stimulated Hawking emission in an analogue system
Nov 09 2010
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Luciano Rezzolla
(Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam, Germany)
Using numerical relativity to explore fundamental physics and astrophysics
Oct 26 2010
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Anna Bonaldi
(INAF, Astronomical Observatory in Padua)
Cosmic Microwave Background and Galactic foreground separation in CMB experiments
Oct 05 2010
16:00
SISSA, room 005 Eugene Churazov
(MPA, Garching Germany)
Non-thermal pressure in early-type galaxies
Jun 29 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room 135 Antony Valentini
(Imperial College, London, UK)
Beyond the Quantum
Jun 22 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room 005 Luca Ciotti
(University of Bologna, Italy)
Clues on the formation of elliptical galaxies from their Scaling Laws
Jun 16 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room 135 Marco Baldi
(Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany)
N-body simulations of structure formation in the presence of dark interactions
Jun 08 2010
16:00
SiSSA, Room TBD Bruce Bassett
(SAAO, Cape Town, South Africa)
Baryon Acoustic Oscillations: review and future prospects
Jun 01 2010
16:00
SiSSA, Room TBD George Ellis
(University of Cape Town, South Africa)
Explaining the apparent acceleration of the universe: Lambda and multiverses, and inhomogeneous alternatives to dark energy
Apr 27 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room D Tess Jaffe
(CESR, Toulouse, France)
Modeling the Galactic Magnetic Field in the Plane
Apr 13 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room D Daniele Malesani
( Dark Cosmology Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark)
Gamma-ray bursts: a sample approach
Mar 23 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room D Patrick Petitjean
(IAP, Paris, France)
Absorption line systems in quasars: from large scales to the ISM of high-z galaxies
Mar 09 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room D Luigi Stella
(INAF-Rome Astronomical Observatory)
An introduction to magnetars and some aspects of their physics
Mar 02 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room D Jens Niemeyer
(University of Goettingen, Germany)
The Evolution of Turbulence in the Intergalactic Medium
Feb 09 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room D Thomas Sotiriou
(DAMTP, Cambridge, UK)
Astrophysical Black Holes as Particle Colliders
Feb 02 2010
16:00
SISSA, Room D Enric Verdaguer
(University of Barcelona, Spain)
Cosmological perturbations in Semiclassical and Stochastic Gravity
Oct 22 2009
16:00
SISSA, Room E Luca Maccione
(Hamburg University)
Facts and perspectives towards understanding high energy cosmic ray propagation, and multidisciplinary applications
Jun 23 2009
16:00
SISSA, Room D Burkhard Zink
(Louisiana State University (US))
Oscillations of relativistic stars and disks
Jun 09 2009
16:00
SISSA, Room D Stephan Rosswog
(Jacobs University Bremen, Germany)
SPH calculations of compact-object binaries
Jun 02 2009
16:00
SISSA, Room D Vladimir Karas
(Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
Relativistic effects in spectra and polarisation from black hole accretion discs
Apr 28 2009
16:00
SISSA, Room D Clive Dickinson
(Jodrell Bank, Manchester, UK)
Foreground cleaning and reconstruction in modern CMB experiments
Mar 24 2009
16:00
SISSA, Room D Sadegh Khochfar
(MPI for Extraterrestrial Physics, Munich, Germany)
The high-z Universe
Mar 10 2009
16:00
SISSA, Room D Alessandro Melchiorri
(Rome, University La Sapienza)
Future measurements of Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies as a test for fundamental physics