AstroCoffee

The AstroCoffee is a meeting of people from several groups belonging to the Institute for Theoretical Physics (ITP) at Goethe University and the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS). The areas of research include compact stars and physics of dense matter, astroparticle physics, quantum gravity, and cosmology. The seminars are usually held in room 100 at FIAS, but sometimes also at ITP. Not surprisingly, coffee is served before the seminar.

DateTimeNameTitleLocationSlides
20.12.2022 🎄14:00François Larrouturou (DESY, Hambourg)Recent developments in Post-Newtonian waveformsFIAS 100 and ZoomComing soon
14.12.2022 (note day)16:00 (note time)Nicolas Aimar (Observatoiore de Paris, Meudon)TBDPhys. 02.116 (Hilbertraum) and ZoomComing soon
6.12.202214:00Ernazar Abdikamalov (Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan)Supernovae and gravitational wavesFIAS 100 and Zoom
29.11.202214:00Debarati Chatterjee (Inter-University Center for A&A, Pune)Constraining neutron star composition with multi-disciplinary physicsFIAS 100 and ZoomSlides
22.11.202214:00Matteo Bugli (Commissariat à l’énergie atomique, Saclay)Multi-messenger emission from magnetised core-collapse supernovaeFIAS 100 and ZoomSlides
15.11.202214:00Deepika Bollimpalli (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching)Variability in discs around black holes: Broadband variability and QPOsSeminar RecordingSlides
08.11.202214:00Philipp Schicho (Goethe Universität, Frankfurt)EFT framework for cosmological phase transition thermodynamicsFIAS 100 and ZoomSlides
01.11.202214:00Irina Dvorkin (Sorbonne Université, Paris)Stochastic gravitational-wave backgrounds: sources and detectionSeminar recordingSlides
25.10.202214:00Ming-Zhe Han (Purple Mountain Observatory, Nanjing)Finding the quark matter inside massive neutron starsSeminar recordingSlides
18.10.202214:00Steven Harris (University of Washington, Seattle)The role of scalar particles in neutron star mergersRecorded SeminarSlides
02.08.202214:00Michael CoughlinA technical ecosystem to enable multi-messenger astrophysicsRecorded SeminarSlides
25.07.2022
14:00
Alexander Heger
The First Stars – Massive and Supermassive
FIAS 100

Slides
21.07.202214:00
Vasilis Oikonomou
 Neutron Stars at Astrophysics Cosmology and Particle Physics Crossroads: Trends and Perspectives in the 2nd Millenium 20-30’s
FIAS 100
Slides
12.07.2022
14:00
Bernhard Mueller
Explosions of Massive Stars – Exploring the Extremes
Recorded SeminarSlides
05.07.2022
14:00
Yue Tsunetoe
Investigation of the Jet-Disk Structure in M87 through Linear and Circular Polarization Images
Recorded SeminarSlides
14.06.2022
14:00

Manel Perucho
Numerical simulations of relativistic jetsRecorded SeminarSlides
07.06.2022
14:00
Clara Dehman
A new three-dimensional code for magnetic field evolution of neutron stars
Recorded TalkSlides
17.05.2022
14:00
Theo Ferraz Motta
Dark Matter in Neutron Stars; Neutron Decay and Dark Matter Capture
Recorded SeminarSlides
19.04.2022
14:00
Brian Batell
Portals to the Dark Sector
Recorded SeminarSlides
12.04.2022
14:00
Yong-Jia Huang
 Merger and post-merger of binary neutron stars with a quark-hadron crossover equation of state
Recorded SeminarSlides
05.04.2022
16:00
Thomas Celora
Formulating bulk viscosity for neutron star simulations.
Recorded SeminarSlides
15.03.2022
14:00Om Sharan SalafiaMulti-messenger constraints on the binary neutron star merger population from observations of associated relativistic jetsRecorded SeminarSlides
08.03.2022
14:00
Gernot Heissel
The dark mas signature in the orbit of S2
Recorded SeminarSlides
15.02.202214:00
Paz Beniamini
Clues from the temporal spectral and polarization properties of FRBs regarding the emission mechanism
Recorded SeminarSlides
01.02.202216:00
Héctor Olivares
A new first-order formulation of the Einstein equations exploiting analogies with electrodynamics
Recorded SeminarSlides
25.01.2022
14:00
Annie Davis
Direct detection of dark energy: The XENON1T
Recorded MeetingSlides
11.01.2022
14:00
Luca Del Zanna
Non-ideal effects in relativistic plasmas: the fast reconnection and mean-field dynamo mechanisms
Recorded MeetingSlides

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