Date Talk Speaker Institute
10.10.2019 Primordial Black Holes as Dark Matter Dr. Cristiano Germani Institut de Ciències del Cosmos, Universitat de Barcelona
28.10.2019 Data Science Challenges in Time Domain Astronomy: Building Methods, Tools and Communities Dr. Daniela Huppenkothen University of Washington
07.11.2019 Advances in Modeling Gravitational Waves from Compact Binary Coalescences Dr. Michael Pürrer AEI Golm
14.11.2019 Theoretical modeling of binary neutron star mergers; Recent progress and future prospect Dr. Kenta Kiuchi AEI Golm
21.11.2019 New observatories: might they sharpen (or resolve) the Fermi paradox? Dr. Stephen Webb University of Portsmouth
05.12.2019 Brain studies and aspects of consciousness Prof. Sergio Frasca Sapienza University, Rome
12.12.2019 Testing GR with GWs Prof. Vitor Cardoso Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
09.01.2020 Frontiers in Gravitational Theory and Cosmology Dr. Anna Ijjas AEI Hannover
21.01.2020 Are all black hole simulations created equal? David Yeeles Cardiff University, School of Physics and Astronomy
23.01.2020 Searching for light dark matter in strong gravity environments Dr. Katy Clough University of Oxford
30.01.2020 What happened 13,8 billion years ago? Prof. Dr. Paul Steinhardt Princeton University, Department of Physics
11.02.2020 Quantum gravity in the sky? Prof. Abhay Ashtekar Pennsylvania State University, Institute for Gravitation & the Cosmos and Physics Department
20.02.2020 Are all black hole simulations created equal? David Yeeles Cardiff University
27.02.2020 The first image of a black hole Prof. Dr. Luciano Rezzolla Institute for Theoretical Physics, Frankfurt University
12.03.2020 Probing the environment of high-z quasars using the proximity effect in projected quasar pairs Priyanka Jalan Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences, India