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2019 PMO Colloquium

PMO Colloquium 2019-01 

Observations of Circumgalactic, Inflowing Gas with CWI 

Christopher Martin 

California Institute of Technology 

2019.2.27 

PMO Colloquium 2019-02 

Kelvin-Helmholtz driven loop-top turbulence: a novel ingredient to the standard flare model 

Rony Keppens 

Centre for mathematical Plasma-Astrophysics, Leuven  

2019.4.3 

PMO Colloquium 2019-03 

35次南极科考工作报告 

商朝晖 

国家天文台 

2019.4.18 

PMO Colloquium 2019-04 

Survey Plans for FAST 

李菂 

国家天文台 

2019.5.6 

PMO Colloquium 2019-05 

Physics of Cometary Nuclei – from Giotto to Rosetta 

Horst Uwe Keller  

Institut für Planetenforschung DLR Berlin 

2019.5.28 

PMO Colloquium 2019-06 

平方公里阵列射电望远镜:SKA  

武向平 

国家天文台 

2019.6.10 

PMO Colloquium 2019-07 

Astronomical solutions for paleoclimatestudies. Historical views and new challenges  

Jacques Laskar 

IMCCE at Paris Observatory 

2019.7.11 

PMO Colloquium 2019-08 

Stellar Rejuvenation in Galactic Center and AGNs: Analog of Planet Formation in Gravitational Wave Sources 

林潮 

University of California 

2019.7.3 

PMO Colloquium 2019-09 

How do mergers affect galaxies? 

Eric F. Bell  

University of Michigan  

2019.7.26 

PMO Colloquium 2019-10 

高红移类星体与超大质量黑洞 

吴学兵 

北京大学 

2019.10.17 

PMO Colloquium 2019-11 

Molecules from clouds to disks and planets 

Ewine F. van Dishoeck 

Leiden Observatory, Leiden University 

2019.10.21 

PMO Colloquium 2019-12 

Masers: A Tale with 3 parts 

Simon Ellingsen  

University of Tasmania, Australia 

2019.10.11 

PMO Colloquium 2019-13 

Don't Forget Your Opacity Kit for the Solar Atmosphere 

Prof. Jean-Claude Vial  

法国国家空间中心(荣退) 

2019.11.22 

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