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Past Seminar/Colloquium

Sno. Date and Time Topic Speaker Affiliation Download Link to view
1 Exoplanets, Exomoons, and Exocomets: Research Results from UT Arlington, Texas Prof. Manfred Cuntz University of Texas at Arlington
2 Variability of Nearest Star and Aditya-L1 Mission Prof. Dipankar Banerjee Director ARIES
3 Flux ropes in the heliosphere: their evolution and identification Dr. Sanchita Pal George Mason University
4 Present and future role of radio observations in the multi-wavelength studies of solar phenomenon Dr. Rohit Sharma University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Windisch
5 Associated HI 21 cm absorption towards radio AGNs of different accretion modes Dr. Yogesh Chandola Purple Mountain Observatory (PMO), Nanjing, China
6 On the origin of a kiloparsec size superbubble in the JWST images of the "phantom galaxy" NGC628 Divakara Mayya INAOE, Mexico
7 VLBI properties of compact interplanetary scintillators Dr. Sumit Kumar Jaiswal Shanghai Astronomical Observatory
8 Variability in discs around black holes: Broadband variability and QPOs Dr Deepika Bollimpalli Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics
9 Forecasting solar wind speed using CNN based Deep Learning Hemapriya Raju IIT Indore
10 Study of GRBs - on aspects of the multiwavelength emission, environment and host galaxies. Ankur Ghosh ARIES
12 Implications of shock wave in phase transition in neutron stars Shailendra Singh IISER Bhopal
13 Implementation of ARIES-UBAI joint project on variables in star clusters with intro-retrospect of Uzbek Astronomy Prof. Alisher S Hojaev Ulugh Beg Astronomical Institute (UBAI), Uzbek Academy of Sciences, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
14 Unveiling the central engine of Active Galactic Nuclei using variability on diverse timescales Vibhore Negi ARIES
15 Observational and modelling studies on meteorology over the central Himalaya Jaydeep Singh ARIES
16 Investigation of atmospheric Dynamics over central Himalayas using ST Radar and other observations Aditya Jaiswal ARIES
17 Variabilities in Trace Gases and Meteorological Parameters over the Himalayan and Associated Regions Prajjwal S. Rawat ARIES
18 Photometric and spectroscopic analysis of low-mass eclipsing binaries and exoplanet candidates Alaxender Panchal ARIES
19 The Science Programme of the European Space Agency Prof. Markus Kissler-Patig European Space Agency, Spain
20 Jets and outflows properties of extremely Young Stellar Objects Dr. Somnath Dutta Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics Taipei, Taiwan
21 Multi-wavelength spectro-photometric monitoring of episodically accreting young low mass stars Arpan Ghosh ARIES
22 Absolute calibration of the distance scale using classical pulsating stars in the Gaia era Dr. Anupam Bhardwaj INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Napoli, Italy
23 Vision of intelligent observatories, a boon for fast transient follow-up programs: Efforts at South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO), Cape Town SUNIL CHANDRA South African Astronomical Observatory, Cape Town
24 Direct Imaging of exoplanets in the mid-infrared regime Dr. Prashant Pathak University of Liège, Belgium
25 Ultrahigh-Energy Cosmic Rays, Neutrinos, and Gamma-Rays Dr. Saikat Das Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
26 Investigating young radio jets through spatially resolved simulations and observations Dr. Dipanjan Mukherjee IUCAA, Pune
27 Multi-Messenger Output From Magnetically Dominated Blazar Jets Dr. Juan Carlos Institute of Astronomy Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences, Sao Paulo, Brazil
28 Onset of Particle Acceleration during the Prompt Phase in a Gamma-Ray Burst Dr. Shabnam Iyyani IISER-TVM
29 A Look at the Radio-loud/Radio-quiet AGN Divide with Multi-scale Radio Observations Prof. Preeti Kharb NCRA, TIFR, Pune
30 Shocks in radiatively driven time-dependent, relativistic jets around black holes Raj Kishor Joshi ARIES
31 ANDES: The High Resolution Spectrograph for the European Extremely Large Telescope Prof. Alessandro Marconi University of Florence
32 Demystifying large radio halos around galaxies Dr. Amitesh Omar ARIES, Nainital
33 It’s hot, it’s magnetic and it’s dynamic and it matters: the solar atmosphere and solar wind Prof. Durgesh Tripathi IUCAA, Pune
34 Photometric and period analysis of contact binaries Alaxender Panchal ARIES, Nainital
35 Recent advances in coronal physics from low radio frequency observations Divya Oberoi NCRA, Pune
36 Energetic cosmic transients in the context of Gamma Ray Bursts-Supernovae connections Amit Kumar ARIES
37 Gaia 20eae: A recently discovered episodically accreting star Arpan Ghosh ARIES
38 Understanding the nonlinearity and predictability of the solar dynamo Dr. Bidya Binay Karak IIT BHU
39 Modelling the dust size distribution and its catalytic role in interstellar and terrestrial chemistry of trace gases Dr Jayesh Bhatt University College London, UK
40 Star Planet Interactions: From Solar to Exoplanetary Systems Prof. Dibyendu Nandi IISER Kolkata
41 Faint and Fast Transients in the Local Universe Shubham Srivastav Queen's University, Belfast, UK
42 Women in Science: Breaking Barriers Prof. Srubabati Goswami Physical Research Laboratory
43 Spiral Shocks in Accretion Disk with Mass Outflow in Binary: Application to accreting white dwarf MD Ramiz Aktar Department of Astronomy, Xiamen University, China
44 Recent advances in Fast Radio Burst studies from the CHIME/FRB telescope Dr. Shriharsh Tendulkar NCRA, TIFR, Pune
45 Star formation in Young Star Clusters (YSCs) and H II regions Rakesh Pandey ARIES
46 Multiwavelength study of variable stars and star formation in open star clusters Tirthendu Sinha ARIES
47 New Era of Optical Interferometric Observations: Supermassive Black Holes in AGNs Prof. Jian-Min Wang IHEP, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
48 Stellar populations in Globular clusters - understanding of stellar evolutionary stages, stellar physics, and subtle relationship between colors and environments Dr. Rashi Jain University of Strasbourg
49 OJ287: The New Broadband Component and the issue of X-ray spectral changes Pankaj Kushwaha ARIES
50 Properties of high-redshift starburst galaxies and their local analogs contributing to the reionization of our early universe Dr. Abhishek Paswan IIA, Bengaluru