Centre for Extragalactic Astronomy

Wednesday Colloquium Archive

26th Sep 2020Lucia Fonseca de la bella

University of ManchesterThe journey of Limber and the SkyPy project
3rd Jun 2020James Bullock

UC IrvineDid Outflows and Feedback Shape the Stellar Halo and Thick Disk of the Milky Way?
27th May 2020Matt Hilton

University of KwaZulu-NatalGalaxy clusters in the time of big surveys
20th May 2020Evan Schneider

PrincetonThe Origin of Multiphase Galaxy Outflows
13th May 2020Adam Riess

JHU/STScIThe Present Expansion rate of the Universe, Evidence of New Physics?
6th May 2020Katelin Schutz

MITMaking dark matter out of light: the cosmology of freeze-in
26th Feb 2020Isobel Hook
Lancaster UniversityCosmology with supernovae: past, present and future
19th Feb 2020Huub Rottgering
Leiden ObservatoryLOFAR Surveys: a new window on the Universe
12th Feb 2020Erminia Calabrese
University of CardiffCosmology and Astrophysics from the Cosmic Microwave Background: present and future results from the Atacama Desert
5th Feb 2020Natasha Maddox
LMU, MunichThe MeerKAT MIGHTEE survey: AGN, star formation, and neutral gas in the SKA era
29th Jan 2020Justin ReadUniversity of SurreyDark Matter Heats Up in Dwarf Galaxies
22nd Jan 2020Rick Edelson
University of MarylandIntensive Accretion Disk Reverberation Mapping of Active Galactic Nuclei
15th Jan 2020Carole MundellUniversity of BathBig bangs and black holes - frontiers of space science in a real-time world
11th Dec 2019James AllisonOxfordThe First Large Absorption Survey in HI: Solving the evolutionary history of cold gas since z = 1
20th Nov 2019Jorge Peñarrubia
University of EdinburghDark microhaloes in the Milky Way
13th Nov 2019Andrey Kravtsov
University of ChicagoHow galaxies form stars
6th Nov 2019Eugene Lim
King's College LondonChallenging Inflation
30th Oct 2019Vid Iršič
IoA, CambridgeSmall scale structure of the IGM: A Dark Matter Tale
23rd Oct 2019Jason Sanders
IoA, CambridgeOur multi-dimensional, time-evolving Galaxy
16th Oct 2019Debora Sijacki
IoA, CambridgeSupermassive black holes in all their guises
8th Oct 2019Andrés Piatti
Universidad Nacional de CordobaKinematics features of the Milky Way globular clusters
19th Jun 2019Florian Beutler
PortsmouthExpanding the BAO science case
12th Jun 2019Sylvain Veilleux
University of MarylandGalactic Winds and the Circumgalactic Medium
5th Jun 2019Jaime E. Forero-Romero
Los Andes UniversityCosmology and galaxy formation with the cosmic web
29th May 2019Bozena Czerny
Center for Theoretical Physics, Polish Academy of SciencesQuasars as the dark energy probes
22nd May 2019Myrto SymeonidisUCLFar-infrared emission from AGN and why this changes things
15th May 2019Marta Reina-Campos
University of HeidelbergFormation and evolution of stellar clusters in a cosmological context: the E-MOSAICS simulations
8th May 2019Weiguang Cui
The Royal Observatory, EdinburghThe Three Hundred project: a large catalogue of theoretically modelled galaxy clusters
6th Mar 2019Valentina D'Odorico
Istituto Nazionale di AstrofisicaThe role of the intergalactic medium in the baryon cycle
27th Feb 2019Harry Desmond
University of OxfordFifth force searches in galaxies
13th Feb 2019Vernesa Smolcic
University of ZagrebBlack hole mass growth across cosmic time: Insights from radio surveys
7th Feb 2019Torsten Enßlin
MPA GarchingInformation field theory - turning data into images
30th Jan 2019Daniele Vigano
University of the Balearic IslandsHow Giant Magnets Shine
9th Jan 2019Louise HowesLund UniversityAn introduction to 4MOST - the 4m Multi-Object Spectroscopic Telescope
5th Dec 2018Wyn EvansIoA, CambridgeThe Dark Matter Hurricane, the Gentle Giant and the Gaia Sausage
28th Nov 2018Eva-Maria MuellerUniversity of PortsmouthOptimal redshift weighting for large scale structure analysis and the eBOSS survey
21st Nov 2018Luigi GuzzoUniversity of MilanMeasuring large-scale structure in the Universe using galaxies

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