Seminari

L’Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo G.S. Vaiana organizza presso la propria sede una serie di seminari su tematiche di ricerca astrofisica e loro prospettive.

 

Di norma i seminari si svolgeranno con cadenza bi-mensile nell’aula dell’Osservatorio in Piazza del Parlamento 1.

Chi volesse proporre un seminario può contattare gli organizzatori dei seminari, Sara Bonito e Ignazio Pillitteri ().

L’elenco dei seminari passati è disponibile a questo link

 

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Seminario: Víctor Almendros Abad (CENTRA, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa; European Southern Observatory), ore 15 15:00
Seminario: Víctor Almendros Abad (CENTRA, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa; European Southern Observatory), ore 15
Giu 6@15:00–16:30
Speaker: Víctor Almendros Abad (CENTRA, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa; European Southern Observatory) Title: Milky Way’s young substellar population indirizzo google meet: https://meet.google.com/sxz-cctp-tsc Abstract: Young clusters and star forming regions are home to a large number of substellar objects with masses below the hydrogen-burning limit at ~0.075 MSun. Most of our knowledge about their populations comes from nearby regions
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Seminario: Julien Gressot (Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland) 15:00
Seminario: Julien Gressot (Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland)
Giu 9@15:00–16:30
SPEAKER: Julien Gressot, Doctorant FNS – Histoire des techniques et de l’innovation, Institut d’histoire AFFILIATION: Université de Neuchâtel (Switzerland) TITLE: The Photographic Zenith tube (PZT) of the Neuchâtel Observatory: Achievement of time determination or failure of innovation? ABSTRACT: Throughout its existence, the Neuchâtel Observatory has sought to be at the forefront of astronomical time determination. In the mid-20th century, a
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Seminario: Quentin Changeat (UCL) ore 15 15:00
Seminario: Quentin Changeat (UCL) ore 15
Giu 21@15:00–16:30
Speaker: Quentin Changeat (UCL) Title: Atmospheric retrievals in the era of next generation telescopes. Abstract: With the recent launch of the NASA/ESA/CSA-JWST telescope and the upcoming ESA-Ariel, we are now entering a new era of exoplanet characterisation. These next-generation telescopes will revolutionise our understanding of exoplanet atmospheres, but the analysis of their observations will be very challenging. In this presentation, state-of-the-art
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