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Past Seminar/Colloquium

Sno. Date and Time Topic Speaker Affiliation Download Link to view
51 Gaia 20eae: A newly discovered episodically accreting young star Arpan Ghosh ARIES
52 Selected research highlights from the IISER Mohali Central Atmospheric Chemistry Facility Prof. Vinayak Sinha IISER Mohali
53 Photometric, polarimetric, and spectroscopic studies of the luminous, slow-decaying Type Ib SN 2012au Dr. Shashi B. Pandey ARIES
54 Photometric, kinematic, and variability study in the Galactic open clusters Mr. Jayanand Maurya ARIES
55 Accretion System around Black Holes Mr. Prasoon Kumar Doon University, Dehradun
56 Exploration of Near Earth Space : Emerging Perspective Dr. Tarun Kumar Pant Space Physics Laboratory, VSSC
57 Star formation in young star clusters and H II regions Rakesh Pandey ARIES
58 Daksha: Finding High Energy Emissions from Gravitational Wave sources Dr. Varun Bhalerao IIT Bombay
59 Gravito-magnetic effects to power ULXs and blazars Prof. Banibrata Mukhopadhyay IISC, Bengalore
60 How transverse MHD wave-driven turbulence influences the density filling factor in the solar corona? Dr. Samrat Sen ARIES, Nainital
61 Study of the stellar relics and their origin in the MW halo Avrajit Bandyopadhyay ARIES, Nainital
62 Our coolest and youngest neighbors: What do we know about them? Dr. Jessy Jose IISER, Tirupati
63 UVIT/AstroSat study of three old open clusters: M 67, King 2 and NGC 188 Sindhu Pandey ARIES, Nainital
64 Partial eruption of a bifurcated solar filament structure Dr. Aabha Monga NA
65 Photometric and Kinematic Study of the Open Clusters SAI 44 and SAI 45 Jayanand Maurya ARIES
66 Indian Planetary and Space Missions Dr. Anil Bhardwaj Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad
67 Radio galaxies after the active phase Dr. Veeresh Singh Physical research Laboratory (PRL), India
68 Unraveling the interplay of physical processes in AGN jets using numerical simulations Dr. Bhargav Vaidya Indian Institute of Technology Indore
69 Solar MHD Waves and Oscillations - Where are we? Prof. Robertus Erdelyi School of Mathematics and Statistics, Solar Physics and Space Plasma Research Centre, University of Sheffield
70 First high resolution results from EUI: campfires and beyond Dr. David Berghmans Royal Observatory of Belgium
71 Three-dimensional MHD simulation of the wave/turbulence-driven solar wind Munehito Shoda National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
72 Characterizing the behavior of type II supernova SN 2013he using photometric and spectroscopic techniques Darshana Mehta Indian Institute of Science and Technology, Trivandrum, India
73 Studying cyclotron lines in HMXBs using Astrosat-LAXPC Varun Bahal ARIES
74 Insights from studying 3D evolution of CMEs in the inner and outer corona and imprint of source regions Satabdwa Majumdar Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore
75 Why Circumplanetary Disks are Important for Planet- and Moon-formation? Prof. Judit Szulagyi ETH, Zurich
76 Probing 3D Kinematics of CMEs using multi-viewpoint observations Harshita Gandhi NA
77 Planet formation in stellar clusters Thomas Haworth Queen Mary University of London
78 Solar Eruptive flares and coronal mass ejections: initiation and propagation characteristics. Dr. Syed Ibrahim ARIES
79 Investigating the relationship between EUV waves, CMEs and Type II Radio Bursts Dr. Aarti Fulara ARIES
80 Broad-band timing and spectral analysis of AGN from NuSTAR observations Dr. Priyanka Rani IUCAA, Pune
81 Early phases in massive star-forming regions Prof. Sarita Vig IIST
82 Radiative feedback in massive star forming regions Neelam Panwar ARIES, Nainital
83 TESS observations of TX Col: Rapidly varying accretion flow Nikita Rawat ARIES
84 Simulations of radiation-driven winds from Keplerian discs Dr. Indranil Chattopadhyay ARIES
85 PHOTOMETRIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF FOUR CONTACT BINARIES Alaxender Panchal ARIES
86 Photometric, kinematic, and variability study in the Galactic open clusters Jayanand ARIES
87 Two-Temperature Solution and Spectral Analysis of Flows around Compact Objects Shilpa ARIES
88 Afterglow Emission and Multimessenger Components in Gamma Ray Bursts Dr. Jagdish C. Joshi Nanjing University China
89 How Fast are Gamma-Ray Bursts? Vikas Chand School of Astronomy and Space Sciences at Nanjing University, China
90 Identification and Characterization of Young Stars in Star Forming Regions Piyali Saha ARIES
91 Probing the physical state of the IGM: Tool of cosmology Ms. Priyanka Jalan ARIES
92 Study of the massive O- and WR- stars and their associated winds Bharti Arora ARIES
93 Star formation in young star clusters and H II regions. Rakesh Pandey ARIES
94 Solar eruptive flares and associated coronal mass ejections: initiation and propagation characteristics Syed Ibrahim ARIES
95 A comprehensive study of broad absorption line quasars Sapna Mishra ARIES
96 Exploring the properties of supernovae and other transients Raya Dastidar ARIES
97 New thoughts on the prompt emission of Gamma-ray bursts Asaf Peer Bar Ilan University
98 The Study of Astrophysical Magnetized Flows Kuldeep Singh ARIES
99 Multi-wavelength Variability and QPOs in Blazars Alok C. Gupta ARIES
100 Recent advancements in theoretical modelling of reionization Tirthankar Roy Choudhury NCRA, Pune