Séminaires Lagrange à venir

Organizers: Silvio S. Cerri, Simone Mastrogiovanni

Propose a seminar: please, fill the online form here.

Instructions for local hosts: Limited financial support for speakers is available through the Seminar budget. This is meant to cover for travel expenses and/or 1-night stay. Please, remember to get in touch with the administrative staff for any travel/stay arrangements, and to open the "ordre de mission" for the spearker's visit at least 3 weeks in advance. If the seminar is going to take place in person at the Mt.Gros site, remember also to book the restaurant for the speaker.

Instructions for speakers: Lagrange Seminars last for 1h total (45min talk + 15min Q&A), and are held in English . Since our Institute has several teams working on a large variety of fields, we recommend to start your talk with a very broad and 'pedagogical' introduction of your research field.

 

Les présentations des séminaires passés sont téléchargeables ci-dessous:
Slides from previous seminars can be downloaded here, see below:

2022-10-04 Florent Renaud Lund Observatory From turbulent teenagehood to quiet retirement: what drives the evolution of galaxies across cosmic time?
2022-09-27 Shigeru Ida Tokyo Institute of Technology Moon formation of rocky/icy planets by a giant impact
2022-09-20 Guillaume Mahler Durham University Strong lensing: Illuminating galaxy clusters and the structures behind them
2022-09-13 Tony Travouillon The Australian National University Ultra-wide field infrared astronomy from Antarctica
2022-07-05 Eli Galanti Weizmann Institute The deep winds of Jupiter and Saturn - As Inferred from Recent Gravity and Magnetic Measurements
2022-06-28 Silvio S. Cerri Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur When astroparticles meet plasma turbulence: micro-physics of cosmic-ray transport in the Galaxy
2022-06-21 Yoann Altmann Heriot-Watt University Expectation-propagation for scalable inference in imaging inverse problems
2022-06-14 Annalisa De Cia University of Geneva A chemical Universe. Gas, metals, and cosmic dust in nearby and distant galaxies
2022-05-31 Charles Bouveyron Université Côte d'Azur Clustering of high-dimensional data and time series, with some applications in Astrophysics
2022-05-24 Peter Allmer Universität Wien A time splitting spectral method for the Klein-Gordon Maxwell system
2022-05-17 Rony Keppens KU Leuven SARIs: a new paradigm for turbulent accretion onto black holes
2022-05-10 Marco Delbo Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur The Minor Planet Physical Properties Catalogue and the big data challenge for planetary science
2022-05-03 Sascha Quanz ETH Zurich The LIFE initiative - atmospheric characterization of terrestrial exoplanets in the mid-infrared with a large space-based nulling interferometer
2022-04-26 Matthew W. Kunz Princeton University Cosmic Magnetism and Plasma Microphysics (or, I get by with help from my little friends)
2022-03-29 Yaël Nazé Université de Liège The mysterious gamma Cas stars
2022-03-22 Vivien Parmentier University of Oxford Exoplanet adventures in the 2020s
2022-03-15 Damien Gratadour Observatoire de Paris Machine Learning for astronomical instrumentation: from a shiny past to a bright future
2022-03-08 Chrysa Avdellidou Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur Impacts on primitive space materials
2022-03-01 Nicolas Cuello Institut de Planétologie et d’Astrophysique de Grenoble Planet formation in multiple star systems
2022-02-01 Tristan Guillot Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur Jupiter’s turbulent atmosphere as revealed by Juno: Deep winds, storms, shallow lightning and mushballs
2022-01-25 Fabian Menezes Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur Radius and Limb Brightening of the Sun Derived from SST and ALMA
2022-01-11 Emanuele Spitoni Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur Galactic archaeology with chemical evolution models
 
 
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