Institute of Astronomy

Upcoming Astronomy Talks

Institute of Astronomy Seminars take place each Wednesday in the Sackler Lecture Theatre and are preceeded by a bread and cheese lunch in the Hoyle Foyer at 12:30. IoA Colloquia take place each Thursday during Full Term in the Sackler Lecture Theatre and are preceded by tea at 15:30 and followed by a wine reception in the Hoyle Foyer. Joint Colloquia with the Cavendish Astrophysics group are on a Tuesday or Thursday.

Talks Archive

The Institute keeps an archive of previous talks at the IoA.


Additional Talks Information

Next Wednesday Seminars

Wednesday 25 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Paula Jofre
Phylogenetics and the chemical evolution of the Galaxy
Time: 13:15-13:45
Venue: Sackler Lecture Theatre, IoA  [details]
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Michael Parker
Rapidly Variable Relativistic Outflows from AGN
Time: 13:45-14:15
Venue: Sackler Lecture Theatre, IoA  [details]

Next Colloquia

Thursday 19 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Jason Hessels (Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy and University of Amsterdam)
The repeating fast radio burst FRB 121102: a long time ago in a galaxy far-far away
Thursday 26 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Eline Tolstoy (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute)
Galactic Palaeontology

Next External Talks

Monday 23 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Daniela Saadeh (UCL)
How isotropic is the Universe?
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Sara Motta (University of Oxford)
Quasi-periodic oscillations in black-hole binaries

Upcoming Institute of Astronomy Talks

Thursday 19 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Jason Hessels (Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy and University of Amsterdam)
The repeating fast radio burst FRB 121102: a long time ago in a galaxy far-far away
Friday 20 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Renske Smit (Cavendish)
A Muse Analysis of a Brightly Lensed Galaxy at z~5
Wednesday 25 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Paula Jofre
Phylogenetics and the chemical evolution of the Galaxy
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Michael Parker
Rapidly Variable Relativistic Outflows from AGN
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Eric Lopez (Edinburgh)
Title to be confirmed
Thursday 26 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Eline Tolstoy (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute)
Galactic Palaeontology
Friday 27 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Ricardo Amorin (Cavendish)
Young dwarf galaxies at z~3 (Title TBC)
Wednesday 01 February 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Ian Parry
Title to be confirmed
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Siddharth Gandhi
Title to be confirmed
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Martin Ferus (Prague)
Consequences of Heavy Bombardment Periods on Chemistry of the Early Earth
See all Institute of Astronomy talks

Upcoming External Talks

Monday 23 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Daniela Saadeh (UCL)
How isotropic is the Universe?
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Sara Motta (University of Oxford)
Quasi-periodic oscillations in black-hole binaries
Wednesday 25 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Fay Dowker (Imperial)
The causal set approach to the problem of quantum gravity: Kinematics, Dynamics and Phenomenology
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Eric Lopez (Edinburgh)
Title to be confirmed
Monday 30 January 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Andrew Pontzen (UCL)
Insights into non-linear structure evolution from controlled linear initial conditions
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Colin McNally (Queen Mary)
Title to be confirmed
Wednesday 01 February 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Veronica Sanz (University of Sussex)
Title to be confirmed
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Martin Ferus (Prague)
Consequences of Heavy Bombardment Periods on Chemistry of the Early Earth
Friday 03 February 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Professor Masahiro Hotta
Gravitational Memory Charges of Supertranslation and Superrotation on Rindler Horizon
Series: DAMTP Friday GR Seminar
Time: 13:00-14:00
Venue: Pavilion B Potter Room (B1.19)  [details]
Monday 06 February 2017
Institute of Astronomy Seminars logo
Benjamin Racine (UiO Oslo)
B modes: component separation using Gibbs sampling in the context of the SPIDER experiment
See all External talks