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Seminars archive

Past seminars

tir 07 sep
11:00-12:30 | 1525-626 and Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Andrew Cassidy, Center for Interstellar Catalysis, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Denmark Title: Spontaneous electric fields in thin films of molecular solids
tir 01 jun
13:30-15:00 | Zoom
InterCat Seminar
Speaker: Els Peeters, The University of Western Ontario, Canada Title: The photochemical evolution of PAHs in space
tir 04 maj
11:00-12:30 | Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Stefan T. Bromley, Departament de Ciencia de Materials i Química Física & Institut de Química Teorica i Computational (IQTCUB) Title: “Nanoscale Silicate Stardust: Astrochemical Relevance and Observational Signatures”
tir 06 apr
11:00-12:30 | Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Jose Angel Martin-Gago Title: Unveiling the Nature of the carbonaceous species formed in the circumstellar environments of evolved stars by vacuum technology
tir 02 mar
11:00-12:30 | Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Mie Andersen Title: ” Microkinetic and Thermodynamic Modeling in Heterogeneous Catalysis with Machine Learning Input”.
tir 02 feb
11:00-12:30 | Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Cornelia Jäger Title: "Interstellar dust grains and anaolgs from the Laboratory: Structural characteristics and their importance for Astrochemistry"
tir 12 jan
11:00-12:30 | Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Melissa McClure Title: "Measuring the chemical evolution of ices from molecular clouds to protoplanetary disks"
tir 01 dec
11:00-12:30 | 1525-626 and online
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Sergio Ioppolo - Title: "Prestellar Formation of Glycine via Dark Chemistry"
tir 03 nov
11:00-12:30 | Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speakers: Frederik Doktor Skødt Simonsen (IFA, Aarhus University) and Zeyuan Tang (IFA, Aarhus University)
tir 06 okt
11:00-12:30 | Zoom
InterCat seminar
Speaker: Prof. Alec Wodtke, Göttingen Univ. and Max Planck Inst. Biophys. Chem. Title: Experiments on vibrational energy pooling and transport in condensed phases using a mid-IR superconducting nanowire single photon detector