Rebecca Levy, University of Arizona
Feeding and Feedback: How to Make a Starburst and What that Means for the Host Galaxy
The cycle of star formation governs the evolution of galaxies. In some local galaxies, the star formation rate in their centers are much higher than other normally star-forming galaxies and may be more similar to galaxies at earlier cosmic times. I present observational results from two archetypal nearby starburst...
Dimitri Veras, University of Warwick
Transformative advances in post-main-sequence planetary system science
Connecting planetary systems at different stages of stellar evolution helps us understand their formation, evolution, and fate, and provides us with exclusive and crucial insights about their dynamics and chemistry. Post-main-sequence white dwarf and giant branch stars host planetary systems which include a variety of observed...
Prof. Kerstin Kunze, Universidad Salamanca
Primordial Magnetic fields & 21-cm Astronomy
Prof. Jerry Orosz, San Diego State University
Fast Computation of Eclipse and Transit Profiles for Spherical Bodies
The eminent astronomy Henry Norris Russell asserted "...there are ways of approach to unknown territory which lead surprisingly far, and
repay their followers richly. There is probably no better example of this than eclipses of heavenly bodies." Indeed, the study of eclipsing binary stars touches many branches of astronomy...
Dr. Luke Chamandy, NISER Bhubaneswar
Dr. Sriya Acharya, Hamburger Sternwarte
Coupling between the dynamics and emission signatures of AGN jets
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Dr. Ricard Aguilar Miret, Hamburger Sternwarte
Dr. Diego Calderón, Hamburger Sternwarte
Evan O’Connor, Stockholm University
Modelling the death of massive stars
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