Seminars 2017-2018

The seminars are informal talks, from colleagues, collaborators or invited researchers from around the UK and the rest of the world. Each talk typically lasts 1 hour including questions. If the talk sounds interesting please come along.

Seminars are held on Wednesdays at 3.00pm, in Lecture Theatre A of the Department of Physics and Astronomy (unless otherwise stated).

Seminars are organised by Andrew Blain, Giovanni Dipierro and Cassandra Hall.


Autumn Term (2017)              

Sep 20

Disruption Events from Supermassive Black Hole Binaries

Eric Coughlin  (UC Berkeley)
Sep 27 If Black Holes are Simple, why are Quasars so Complicated?

Martin Elvis (CfA Harvard)

Oct 4
Peter Hobson (Brunel)
Oct 11
John Illee (Cambridge)
Oct 18
James Wurster (Exeter)
Oct 25
Clare Burrage (Nottingham)
Nov 1 No Seminar - Staff Meeting
Nov 8
Dan Perley (LJMU)
Nov 15
Philip Hall (Armagh)
Nov 22
Fred Moselmans (Diamond)
Nov 29 Adam Burgasser (UC Berkeley, visting Exeter)

Dec 6

Ilaria Pasucci (U Arizona, visiting Heidelberg)
Dec 13

James Aird (Leicester)

Spring Term (2018)               

Jan 10
Clement Baruteau (Toulouse)
Jan 17
Martin Bourne (Cambridge)
Jan 24
Sera Markoff (Amsterdam)
Jan 31 No Seminar - Staff Meeting
Feb 7
Kristen Coppin (Herts)
Feb 14
Roman Rafikov (Cambridge)
Feb 21
Manda Banerji (Cambridge)
Feb 28
Ravit Helled (Zurich)
Mar 7
Jim Geach (Herts)
Mar 14
Justin Read (Surrey)
Mar 21
Brad Gibson (Hull)
Mar 28 Colin McNally (QMUL)
Summer Term (2018)
May 2
Elme Breedt (Cambridge)
May 9
Inga Kamp (Groningen)
May 16
Ben Stappers (Manchester)
May 23
Leonardo Testi (ESO)
May 30
Steven Serjeant (Open Univ)
Jun 6
Jun 13 David Lumb (ex ESA)

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