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Seminars during 2014
Number of records: 20
The Large IFU Survey of Galaxies from CAHA
José Manuel Vílchez Medina (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, IAA-CSIC)
21 November 2014
Bulge Growth and Quenching since z = 2.5 in CANDELS/3D-HST
Philipp Lang (MPIE/Munich)
19 November 2014
Cosmology with a Non-minimal Coupling
Jorge Páramos (FCUP)
4 November 2014
Nuno C. Santos (IA-CAUP)
29 October 2014
The bulk composition of giant exoplanets
Mathieu J. M. Havel (CAUP)
9 September 2014
Developments and science with High-Contrast Imaging instruments
Carlos M. Correia (CAUP)
3 September 2014
Fundamental Cosmology with the E-ELT and ALMA
Carlos J. A. P. Martins (CAUP)
11 July 2014
Ground-based follow-up of Kepler extrasolar planet candidates
Jorge Lillo Box (Centro de Astrobiología (CSIC-INTA))
2 July 2014
Improvements on analytic modelling of stellar spots
Marco Montalto (CAUP)
4 June 2014
Into space
Thais Russomano (King's College London)
19 May 2014
Old Open Clusters in the Solar Neighbourhood
Stefan Schmeja (Zentrum für Astronomie der Universität Heidelberg)
8 May 2014
Minor Bodies Science with the J-PAS/J-PLUS photometric surveys
Jorge M. Carvano (Observatorio Nacional, Rio de Janeiro)
15 April 2014
A Pathway to Earth-like Worlds: Overcoming Astrophysical Noise due to Convection
Heather M. Cegla (Astrophysics Research Center, Queens University Belfast)
19 March 2014
Exploring the Galactic discs with the Gaia-ESO Survey
Alejandra Recio-Blanco (Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur)
26 February 2014
The AMBRE Project
Patrick de Laverny (Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur)
25 February 2014
Exotic singularities in cosmology and varying constants
Mariusz Dabrowski (Institute of Physics, University of Szczecin)
4 February 2014
Analysis of ESPRESSO quasar spectra
Guido Cupani (Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste)
29 January 2014

Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences

Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences (IA) is a new but long anticipated research infrastructure with a national dimension. It embodies a bold but feasible vision for the development of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Sciences in Portugal, taking full advantage and fully realizing the potential created by the national membership of the European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Southern Observatory (ESO). IA resulted from the merging the two most prominent research units in the field in Portugal: the Centre for Astrophysics of the University of Porto (CAUP) and the Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Lisbon (CAAUL). It currently hosts more than two-thirds of all active researchers working in Space Sciences in Portugal, and is responsible for an even greater fraction of the national productivity in international ISI journals in the area of Space Sciences. This is the scientific area with the highest relative impact factor (1.65 times above the international average) and the field with the highest average number of citations per article for Portugal.

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