Presentations

Presentations by Manly Astrophysicists (reverse chronological order).

 

 

 

19. "Hot stars and scintillators: a new result from ATESE" (20170510) SPIMAX, Oxford (MAW, 10.6 MB)

18. "Hydrogen snow clouds and the B[e] phenomenon" (20160627) B[e] Conference, Prague (MAW, 1.1 MB)

17. "Astrophysical aspects of solid H2" (20160218) Thunch Talk, Princeton (MAW, 1.1 MB)

16. "Cosmic Snow Clouds" (20160209) Dynamics and Accretion at the Galactic Centre, Aspen (MAW, 0.6 MB)

15. "Cosmic-ray powered FIR from H2 snowflakes" (20150701) EWASS 2015, Tenerife (MAW, 0.7 MB)

14. "Extinction by H2 particulates" (20140724) Astron. Soc. Aus. Annual Meeting, Macquarie Uni. (AVT, 0.8 MB)

13. "A cometary interpretation of G2" (20140701) EWASS 2014, Geneva (MAW, 4.3 MB)

12. "Solid H2: Interstellar Dust" (20140115) NRAO "Tuna Lunch", Charlottesville (MAW, 1.0 MB)

11. "Sgr A* eats G2: implications for scintillations" (20131104) Ger de Bruyn Festschrift, Groningen (MAW, 1.7 MB)

10. "Solid H2: Interstellar Dust" (20130717) "Dusty Visions", Stuttgart (MAW, 1.2 MB)

9. "Solid H2: Interstellar Dust" (20130411) Astrophysics Seminar, Swinburne Uni. (MAW, 3.1 MB)

8. "From snowflakes to planets" (20121211) 2nd Australian Exoplanet Workshop, Mt. Stromlo (MAW, 1.8 MB)

7. "Supernovae: H2 snowflake factories" (20121105) conf. "Dust in core-collapse supernovae", Ascona (MAW, 2.2 MB)

6. "Interstellar Scintillation: turbulence under the microscope" (20120430) Turbulence workshop, Monash (MAW, 1.4 MB)

5. "Fun with Cyclic Spectroscopy" (20120206) At "Orange" pulsar meeting, Melbourne Uni (MAW, 2.3 MB)

4. "Microscopy of the ISM" (20110922) IAUS 285 "New horizons in time-domain astronomy", Oxford (MAW, 3.7 MB)

3. "Interstellar Dust: Solid H2?" (20110603) A "Feast of Facts" talk, at Mount Stromlo (MAW, 2.8 MB)

2. "Holographic Timing" (20100630) International Pulsar Timing Array workshop, Lorentz Centre, Leiden (MAW, 2.7 MB)

1. "Astronomy 2009" (20090416) Manly Probus group, general astronomy talk (MAW, 5.4 MB)

 

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