are politely invited to give a seminar at ING. Talks usually take place in
the sea level office in the afternoon and last for about 30 minutes plus
time for questions afterwards. Astronomers from ING and other institutions
on site are invited to assist. Please contact Danny Lennon(email@example.com) and visit this URL: http://www.ing.iac.es/Astronomy/science/seminars.html,
for more details. These were the seminars given in the last 18 months:
Sep 18. Simon Jeffery (Armagh Obs.), “The results of binary white dwarf
Oct 29. Michael Pohlen (IAC), “The nature of stellar disk truncations
Nov 7. Mario Melita (Queen Mary, London), “The dynamical structure
of the Kuiper Belt”.
Nov 21. Jorick Vink (Imperial College), “The winds from the most luminous
Nov 27. Hugo Schwarz (CTIO-NOAO), “The SOAR telescope”.
Dec 10. Juan Cortina (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona), “The MAGIC
Dec 17. Xuefei Gong (Nanjing, China), “The SOAR telescope”.
Jan 13. Ivo Saviane (ESO Chile), “The luminosity-metallicity relation
of dwarf irregular galaxies”.
Jan 27. John Taylor (Keele), “Eclipsing binaries in open clusters”.
Jan 31. Birgitta Nordstrom (Lund, Sweden & Copenhagen, Denmark),
“Nucleosynthesis in the Early Galaxy”.
Feb 18. Paul Harding (Case Western Reserve, USA), “Star Streams in
the Milky Way: Fragments of its History”.
Feb 27. Laura Colombon (ING), “Kinematics perturbations and low activity
Feb 28. Sebastián Sánchez (Potsdam), “Integral field
spectroscopy at the AIP”.
Mar 12. Sebastian Els (ING), “Planet formation: a new way to observe
Mar 18. Gijs Nelemans (IoA-Cambridge), “Observing double white dwarfs:
test for common envelope theory, type Ia supernova progenitor models and
gravitational wave noise predictions”.
Mar 25. Eran Ofek (Tel Aviv University), “Measuring the time delay
of the lensed quasar HE1104–180”.
Apr 21. Daniela Lazzaro (Observatorio de Rio de Janeiro), “Spectroscopic
observations of asteroids: the S3OS2 and Vestoids Project”.
Apr 24. Ilona Söchting (ING), “Environment of Quasars”.
May 7. Giangiacomo Gandolfi (CNR, Roma, Italy), “Short GRBs: an unsolved
May 8. Olga Kuhn (JAC, Hawaii), “Probing the faint end of the z>3
quasar luminosity function”.
May 15. Gloria Andreuzzi (Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma), “VLT-FORS1
observations of NGC 6397: Evidence for Mass Segregation”.
Jun 5. Humberto Campins (University of Central Florida), “Comets and
Origin of Earth’s Water”.
Jul 2. Simone Marchi (University of Padova, Italy), “Spectroscopic
Investigations of Near-Earth Objects”.
Nov 26. Silva Järvinen (NOT), “Photometric Study of Young Active