Fridays 4.00 pm (unless stated otherwise) / 3.30 pm from 23 March onwards
Venue: Physics-Chemistry Lecture Theatre
Science Building (North Campus)

All welcome

Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this seminar programme but please contact
Peter van der Burgt for confirmation of details.

2017 - 2018

Friday 2 February
Dr. Rachael Ainsworth
Jodrell Bank Observatory
"Low Mass Young Stars at Metre Wavelengths"

Friday 16 February
Dr. Daniel Whiter
University of Southampton
"Aurora: The Dynamic Optical Signature of Space Weather"

Friday 23 February --- 3:30 pm
Prof. Fernando Comeron
ESO Representative in Chile
"ESO Facilities: Status and Perspectives"

Friday 9 March
Mark Deegan
Maynooth University
"Development of Planar Antennas and Lenses for W Band Frequencies"

Friday 16 March
Dr. Lee Walsh
Tyndall National Institute
"Beyond Silicon: 2D and Layered Materials for Future Electronics"

Friday 23 March
Joe Brennan
Maynooth University
"Towards Integrated Pixel Modelling"

Friday 6 April
Aisling Murphy
Maynooth University
"Investigating a Young Stellar Jet with 2nd Generation Instruments of the VLT"

Friday 20 April
Eimante Kalinauskaite
Maynooth University
"Electromagnetic and Quasi-optical Analysis of Cavity Coupled Bolometers for Millimeter Wave and Far-Infrared Receivers"

Friday 27 April
Dr. Orlagh Creevey
Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, Nice, France
"Using an old nearby star to constrain our understanding of the Milky Way"

Friday 4 May
Eoin Cahill
Maynooth University
"Spectro-Astrometry as a Exoplanet Detection Technique: the Test Case of T Cha"

Friday 11 May
Sharon Rourke
Maynooth University
"Gravity Waves and Ripples near the Mesopause above Davis Station, Antarctica during the Period 1999-2013"