USM Galaxies and Lensing Seminar
For LMU students: This is the 'Gravitational lensing seminar with accompanying colloquium (P6.2.5, P6.2.6)'
Usually every Friday at 10:00 CET (but the seminar timing is subject to change for certain talks - please check the latest emails for the seminar time and Zoom connection details) . Currently, the talks are conducted in hybrid mode --- from the USM seminar room and over Zoom.
- 13th January (10:00) - Talk
Alex Chow (University of Hong Kong)
'Astrophysical Applications of Strong Gravitational Lensing: Estimating Geometric Redshifts & Testing Particle Dark Matter'
- 20th January (10:00) - Talk
David Rufer (USM)
- Agne Semenaite (MPE)
Winter Semester 2022/2023
- 16th December (10:00) - Talk
Martin Kümmel (USM)
- 2nd December (10:00) - Paper review
Leon Ecker (USM)
'Exoplanet surface reconstruction with a solar gravitational lens'
- 25th November (10:00) - Talk
Pierre Burger (University of Bonn)
'KiDS-1000 Cosmology: Constraints from density split statistics'
- 11th November (10:00) - Talk
Yun-Hsin Hsu (USM)
'Cannibalism Caught in the Act -- on the Frequency of Occurrence of Multiple Cores in Brightest Cluster Galaxies'
- 28th October (16:00) - Talk
Sven Heydenreich (University of Bonn)
'Modelling and validation of third-order aperture mass statistics'
- 21st October (10:00) - Talk
Gregor Rihtarsic (University of Ljubljana)
'AGNs and galaxies in galaxy clusters: insights from Magneticum simulations'
- 14th October (10:00) - Talk
Pooranima Subramanian (USM)
'Understanding Galaxy Evolution using Intracluster light by determining age and metallicity of NGC 7647 Through Deep Imaging'
- 7th October (10:00) - Talk
Felix Langgaßner (USM)
'Wendelstein Wide Field Imager - Data reduction'
- 30th September (10:00) - Talk
Alex Barreira (LMU)
'Galaxy bias and its impact in cosmology'