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Lunchtime Talks

Tuesday, 1-2 pm, room 222, Physics & Astronomy, North Haugh

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2022

14 Jun 2022 Becky Smethurst (University of Oxford)
7 Jun 2022 Pavel Kroupa (University of Bonn)
The first star clusters and the formation of super massive black holes therein
17 May 2022 2nd year PhD talks
10 May 2022 2nd year PhD talks
3 May 2022 2nd year PhD talks
26 Apr 2022 Chris Duckworth (Soton)
Spinning galaxies and the future of the NHS
12 Apr 2022 Guido Roberts-Borsani (UCLA)
Age-dating Galaxies in the Epoch of Reionization
5 Apr 2022 Can Cui (University of Cambridge)
Turbulence in outer protoplanetary disks
29 Mar 2022 John Weaver (Niels Bohr Institute)
What can quasar variability teach us about the physics of accretion discs?
22 Mar 2022 Juan Climent (University of Valencia)
Exploring the lowest mass objects at the highest angular resolution: low-mass stars, ultracool dwarfs and exoplanets
15 Mar 2022 Nicholas Boardman (University of St Andrews)
How well do local relations predict gas-phase metallicity gradients? Results from MaNGA
8 Mar 2022 Simon Daley-Yates (University of St Andrews)
Stellar Prominences and the Mass-Loss of Cool Stars
1 Mar 2022 Laura Flagg (Cornell University)
The Dispersal of Gas in Circumstellar Disks Based on Observations of H2 in the FUV
15 Feb 2022 1st year PhD talks
8 Feb 2022 1st year PhD talks
1 Feb 2022 Astro-Jamboree
25 Jan 2022 Felix Priestly (University of Cardiff)
What can molecular lines tell us about star formation?

 

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North Haugh
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