Date Talk Speaker Institute
04.04.2019 Impact of high-order tidal terms on binary neutron-star waveforms Dr. Francisco Jimenez Forteza Instituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Univeristá la Sapienzaa
11.04.2019 Sirens to tune the universe Dr. Archisman Ghosh Nikhef
18.04.2019 Where the wild things are: The host environments of extreme cosmic explosions Dr. Daniel Perley Astrophysics Reseacrh Institute, Liverpool John Moores University
25.04.2019 Multi-messenger astronomy: an X-ray perspective Dr. Philip Evans University of Leicester
02.05.2019 Imaging the Supermassive Black Hole in M87 with the Event Horizon Telescope J. Anton Zensus Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn
09.05.2019 IceCube's view on core collapse supernovae Prof. Lutz Köpke Institut für Physik, Universität Mainz
16.05.2019 Strong Cosmic Censorship in charged black-hole spacetimes Kyriakos Destounis CENTRA, Portugal
23.05.2019 SKA Cosmology in 2019 Dr. Ian Harrison University of Manchester
06.06.2019 Stellar Evolution and the Wolf Rayet Stars Megha Dave S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India
06.06.2019 The search for UV and gamma-ray transient counterparts to gravitational wave events Aaron Tohuvavohu Pennsylvania State University
13.06.2019 Echoes from Quantum Black Holes Qingwen Wang Perimeter Institute
20.06.2019 Cutting the keys to the universe: modelling gravitational waves from black hole mergers Prof. Mark Hannam Cardiff University
27.06.2019 Searching for New Particles with Black Holes and Gravitational Waves Masha Baryakhtar New York University
04.07.2019 Observing gravitational waves with gamma-ray bursts Dr. Andrew Williamson University of Portsmouth
18.07.2019 Ultra-relativistic outflows in the neutron star X-ray binary Sco X-1 Dr. Sara Motta University of Oxford
25.07.2019 Fast Radio Bursts and Radio Signatures of Compact Mergers Kelly Gourdji Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy, Netherlands