Schedule

2024-1
January 03 ()no seminarEnjoy the first week without a talk!
January 10 ()  
January 17 ()Riccardo Franceschi (MPIA)From small to large grains: protoplanetary disk physics from dust emission
January 24 ()Elisabeth Matthews (MPIA)Direct observations of cold planets & brown dwarfs with JWST
January 31 ()Kamber Schwarz (MPIA)MIRI Reveals the Dynamic Gas Rich Disk Inside the Cavity of SY Cha
February 7a ()Jiaqing Bi (ASIAA & Toronto University)Where 3-dimensional analysis matters: dust distribution in protoplanetary disks under planet-disk interactions
February 7b ()Shota Notsu (Tokyo)ALMA detections of 13C17O and complex organic molecular lines in the disk around FU Ori type protostar V883 Ori
February 14 ()Sami Dib (MPIA)The new IMF
February 21 ()  
February 28 ()Benjamin Setterholm (MPIA)The dynamic inner disk of a planet forming star
March 6 ()  
March 13 ()Kaho Morii (NAOJ)Early Stages of High-Mass Star Formation: Physical Core Properties and Surrounding Gas Kinematics
March 20 ()Sebastian Jorquera (OCA Nice)VLT/MUSE detection of accretion-ejection on the tight stellar companion in HT Lup
March 27 ()no PSF coffee(Easter holidays)
April 3 ()no PSF coffee(Easter holidays)
April 10 ()Naman Bajaj & Chengyan Xie (LPL Arizona); Andrew Sellek (Uni Leiden)The T Cha disk system as seen with JWST
April 17 ()Rajika Kuruwita (HITS)Stellar spinup through binary star formation
April 24 ()Sascha Kempf (Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Uni Boulder)How old are Saturn's rings?
May 1 ()no PSF coffeepublic holiday
May 8 ()Judit Szulágyi (ETH)

Doug Johnstone (NRC Herzberg & University of Victoria)
What do planetary spiral wakes contribute to planet formation?

Sub-millimeter Variability in Protostars
May 15 ()  
May 22 ()no PSF coffee(pentecost holiday)
May 29 ()  
June 5 ()Dhruv Muley (MPIA)Thermal and kinematic signatures of accreting protoplanets
June 12 ()Abubakar Fadul (MPIA)Complex Organic Molecules within the V883 Ori disk
June 19 ()Adrien Houge (University of Exeter)Dust and ice in the V883 Ori outburst source (prelim.)
June 26 ()Antranik Sefilian (Humboldt Fellow, Uni Jena)Planet-induced Stirring of Debris Disks: The Role of Disk Self-gravity
July 3 ()  
July 10 ()Eric Gaidos (University of Hawaii) 
July 17 ()  
July 24 ()  
July 31 ()  
2023-2
August 30 Tim Pearce, JenaDebris Discs as Probes of Planetary Systems
September 06 Tsevi Mazeh, Tel AvivFeatures of Gaia DR3 spectroscopic binaries I. Tidal circularization of main-sequence stars
September 13   
September 20 Heidi KorhonenStellar coronal mass ejections - what are they and why should I care?
September 27 Molly Wells, MPIADynamical Accretion Flows in High Mass Star Forming Clusters
October 04 Lukas Neumann, BonnHCN as a tracer of bulk vs dense gas from Galactic to extragalactic scales with LEGO
October 11 Peter Scicluna, ESOModelling observations of dust without breaking the bank: accelerated inference with misspecified models
October 18   
October 25 ()No PSF coffee...... but PSF retreat
November 01 No PSF CoffeeAll Saints Holiday
November 08 Maria Teresa Valdivia-Mena, MPERivers in the sky: Disrupting Symmetry in Star Formation Through Asymmetric Infall onto Protostars
November 15 Annelotte Derkink, UvAVariability in massive young stellar objects
November 22 Julia Lienert (MPIA)Photoevaporation in protoplanetary disks
November 29 René Heller (MPS Göttingen)Exomoon Detections with the Kepler and PLATO Space Missions
December 06 Alex Ziampras (Queen Mary University London)The role of radiation transport in planet formation: gaps, rings and planet migration
December 13 ()Sarah Betti (STScI Baltimore)CASPAR: Characterizing Accretion across the Brown Dwarf Regime
December 20 ()  

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