Conferences and talks

Talks

The Seminars and Colloquia that will take place soon and the previous presentations can be found in IAC Talks.

Seminar Committee Members: Michael Beasley, Adriana de Lorenzo-Cáceres, Hans Deeg, José Eduardo Méndez Delgado, Francesca Pinna, Maitane Urrutia Aparicio

Comments and Suggestions: seminarios [at] iac.es (seminarios [AT] iac.es)

  • Is the riddle of the astronomical Li origin solved?

    Lithium is a key element which plays an important role in astronomy as well as everyday human life. Nevertheless it is probably the only element whose astronomical origin is still a mystery. A fraction of about 30% of what is measured today was made in the first 3 minutes of the Universe and about 10% is made by spallation reactions of cosmic rays

    Dr.
    Paolo Molaro

    Aula

    31 Jan 2023 - 12:30 Europe/London
    Upcoming
  • What do the neighbors look like? A comparative look at the Milky Way and Andromeda dwarf galaxies

    Dwarf galaxies are powerful tools of near-field cosmology and galactic archaeology: their numbers, distribution, and star formation can be linked to both the tenets of LCDM (the missing satellite "problem," their (an)isotropic distribution, their dark matter content) and to the build up of their hosts and their environment (accretion, quenching)

    Aula

    14 Feb 2023 - 12:30 Europe/London
    Upcoming
  • A new framework for investigating the evolution of Early Type Galaxies

    I present a detailed analysis of the scaling relations of ETGs and suggest a way to predict the evolution of the distributions of galaxies in these planes. This new approach is able to account of several features observed in the FP projections and of the tilt of the Fundamental Plane.

    Prof.
    Mauro D'Onofrio

    Aula

    23 Feb 2023 - 10:30 Europe/London
    Upcoming
  • Preparing for MAAT@GTC: pipeline development for the new OSIRIS+ detector

    MAAT is a mirror-slicer integral field unit that will be installed in OSIRIS in 2024, breathing new life into the GTC's work horse instrument. As well as the opportunity to perform spatially-resolved spectroscopy over a field of 10"x7", MAAT will also offer increased signal-to-noise and resolution for point sources with respect to the standard long

    David
    Jones

    Aula

    28 Feb 2023 - 12:30 Europe/London
    Upcoming
  • TBD
    Dr.
    Rita Tojeiro

    Aula

    23 Mar 2023 - 10:30 Europe/London
    Upcoming