Event Category: MondaySeminar

Natalya Porayko Chair: Ann Kathrin Baczko Measuring RM variations with LOFAR: ISM vs ionosphere Magnetic fields play a crucial role in the magneto-hydrodynamic (MHD) heating of the interstellar medium (ISM) and the density fragmentation of cold molecular clouds, thus regulating the process of star formation. They are also known to be important in particle ray acceleration, […]

Anisotropy of the X-ray galaxy cluster luminosity-temperature relation The ionic [CII] fine structure line at 158 micron is the brightest emission line in the spectrum of star-forming galaxies and as a result a reliable star formation tracer. It is an excellent target for unresolved spectral line intensity mapping observations at redshifts 5 to 9, providing an […]

The ionic [CII] fine structure line at 158 micron is the brightest emission line in the spectrum of star-forming galaxies and as a result a reliable star formation tracer. It is an excellent target for unresolved spectral line intensity mapping observations at redshifts 5 to 9, providing an integral, unbiased tomographic view of the star formation […]

“A 3-mm line survey targeting the central molecular zones of M82 and IC342.” The central molecular zones (CMZs) of two nearby galaxies M82 and IC342 are among the most prominent extragalactic molecular lighthouses in the northern hemisphere. While M82 is a late type starburst galaxy (SB), IC342 is a spiral galaxy similar to the Milky Way […]

“A 3-mm line survey targeting the central molecular zones of M82 and IC342.” The central molecular zones (CMZs) of two nearby galaxies M82 and IC342 are among the most prominent extragalactic molecular lighthouses in the northern hemisphere. While M82 is a late type starburst galaxy (SB), IC342 is a spiral galaxy similar to the Milky Way […]

Victoria Yankelevich: Cosmology with the Euclid galaxy bispectrum The last decades witnessed huge progress in understanding the large-scale structure of the Universe. While homogeneous and isotropic on the largest scales, the matter and galaxy distributions display complex patterns on smaller scales where we observe elongated filaments, compact clusters and volume-filling underdense regions. These features are not […]

“Searching for Pulsars with Effelsberg” Pulsars are fundamental tools for astronomy and physics. Every single new pulsar has the potential to provide an outstanding laboratory for a wide variety of physics, ranging from a better understanding of the stellar evolution to testing theories of gravity and placing limits on the equation-of-state. Although more than 2500 pulsars […]