Seminars

We hold, in a semi regular basis, weekly seminars every Wednesday at 1:00pm. The format of the meetings, which typically take place in the 2nd floor seminar room of the Physics Bldg, is rather informal and it ranges from open discussions to presentations by members of the group or visitors. If you are interested to lead one of these meetings or give a seminar with your recent results, or you would simply like to visit us, please contact Prof. Vasiliki Pavlidou.

Past Seminars

[ ] - Prof. Nektarios Vlahakis - "Cosmic jets: their dynamics and the role of the magnetic field"
[ ] - Prof. Rashid Sunyaev - "Two ways to detect very hot plasma in the clusters of galaxies"
[ ] - Dr. Jason Spyromilio - "Infrared spectroscopy of Supernovae"
[ ] - Prof. Asaf Pe'er - "Relativistic Jets formation: theory and numerical models"
[ ] - Prof. Asaf Pe'er - "Gamma‐ray bursts: breakthroughs and challenges"
[ ] - Dr. Alkistis Pourtsidou - "Cosmology with the world’s leading dark energy experiments"
[ ] - Dr. Hans Zinnecker - "Airborne Infrared Astronomy with SOFIA"
[ ] - Dr. Torsten Ensslin - "Information field theory: turning data into images"
[ ] - Dr. John Antoniadis - "Type Ia Supernovae from non-accreting stars"
[ ] - Dr. Konstantinos Kalapotharakos - "A Pulsar Story"
[ ] - Dr. Jean-Luc Starck - "Compressed Sensing: from Cosmology to Magnetic Resonance Imaging"
[ ] - Prof. Manos Chatzopoulos - "The Dawn of the Era of High-Cadence and Big-Data Transient Astrophysics"
[ ] - Prof. Telemachos Ch. Mouschovias - "Some Myths and Reality on Magnetic Fields and Star Formation"
[ ] - Dr. Kalliopi Petraki - "Dark matter: canonical paradigms and beyond"
[ ] - Dr. Kalliopi Petraki - "Bound states in dark matter phenomenology"
[ ] - Prof. Dimitrios Giannios - "The journey of relativistic astrophysical jets"
[ ] - Prof. Georgios Magdis - "Galaxy Evolution; From Cosmic Dawn to Cosmic Dusk"
[ ] - Prof. Michael Kramer - "Testing general relativity with radio astronomy"
[ ] - Dr. Evanthia Hatziminaoglou - "On the multiplicity of optically bright quasars with the ALMA Compact Array"
[ ] - Dr. W. von Klitzing - "Matterwave Interferometry meets Astronomy"
[ ] - Dr. Stavros Akras - "The golden era of machine learning and big data in astrophysics"
[ ] - Dr. Gulab Dewangan - "Multi-wavelength observations with AstroSat"
[ ] - Mr. Michael Kottas - "Polarimetric LiDAR for desert dust characterization"
[ ] - Dr. David Elbaz - "Are galaxies self-centered or social beings"
[ ] - Prof. Andreas Zezas - "The hard X-ray view of galaxies"
[ ] - Prof. Nick Kylafis - "Pulsars and Magnetars: facts and possible fiction"
[ ] - Dr. Ioanna Leonidaki - "Probing the properties of extragalactic Supernova Remnants"
[ ] - Dr. Stephen Williams - "Travels With Steve"
[ ] - Prof. Stephen Potter - "Observing optical polarimetric variability from BLAZARS to CVs"
[ ] - Dr. Fabrizio Nicastro - "All the X-ray Colors of the Milky Way Baryons"