Keele Astrophysics Group

Seminar Programme


The seminars are on Wednesdays at 4.00 p.m. in the Lennard-Jones lecture hall (LJ1.75) and sometimes in the LJ Library (LJ1.25). All welcome.

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2017/18 Programme

  • 11 October 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    TBA


  • 25 October 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    TBA


  • 8 November 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Carlos Contreras
    University of Exeter
    TBA

  • 22 November 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Tamara Rogers
    Newcastle University
    TBA

  • 6 December 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Ilya Mandel
    University of Birmingham
    TBA


  • If you would like to give a talk in our seminar programme, please contact Nick Wright (n.j.wright AT keele.ac.uk).


Past seminars (2016/17)

  • 12 October 2016, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Giovanni Rosotti
    University of Cambridge
    Studying planet formation in the era of ALMA

  • 26 October 2016, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Saida Caballero-Nieves
    Sheffield University
    A Binary View of Massive Stars

  • 9 November 2016, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Jose Groh
    Trinity College Dublin
    The surprising look of massive stars before death

  • 23 November 2016, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Katharine Johnston
    Leeds University
    Accretion disks around massive stars: the revolution with ALMA

  • 7 December 2016, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Chris Copperwheat
    Liverpool John Moores University
    The Large Robotic Telescope: a facility for the new era of time domain astronomy

  • 25 January 2017,11am, room LJ 1.25
    Fabian Schneider
    Oxford University
    Magnetic Massive Stars

  • 1 February 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Dirk Froebrich
    Kent University
    Investigations of Star Formation with the UKIRT Widefield Infrared Survey for H2

  • 15 February 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Bernhard Mueller
    Queen's University Belfast
    Understanding the Explosions of Massive Stars

  • 22 March 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.01
    Valentina Braito
    Brera Observatory
    Mapping AGN winds and circumnuclear absorbers from the smallest to the largest scales

  • 3 May 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    Isabelle Baraffe
    University of Exeter
    A new generation of multi-dimensional stellar structure models

  • 10 May 2017, 4pm, room LJ 1.75
    John Beckman
    IAC Tenerife
    The GHaFaS Fabry-Perot system on the WHT: Radioastronomy at Optical Wavelengths

  • Emily Brunsden
    York University
    Spectroscopic Mode Identification of Gamma Doradus Stars