Friday, 26 September 2014 from to (Europe/Madrid)
at UV Parque Cientifico ( IATA - Salon, planta 2a )
Preliminary agenda
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  • Friday, 26 September 2014
    • 09:00 - 14:00 Astronomy workshop
      • 09:10 Why are GRBs so interesting? 40'
        Speaker: Javier Gorosabel (IAA-CSIC e Ikerbasque-EHU-UPV)
      • 09:50 Revealing the neighbourhood of supermassive black holes with mm-VLBI 40'
        Speaker: Antxón Alberdi (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA)-CSIC)
      • 10:30 Evidence of waves in relativistic AGN jets 40'
        Speaker: Manel Perucho (Universidad de Valencia)
      • 11:10 Coffee Break 20'
      • 11:30 The atmospheres of the red supergiant stars explored with IR interferometry 40'
        Speaker: Belén Arroyo-Torres (Universidad de Valencia)
      • 12:10 The intriguing life of massive stars seen through IR interferometry 40'
        Speaker: Joel Sánchez (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía-CSIC)
      • 12:50 Severe limits on the nature of type Ia supernovae imposed by radio observations of SN2014J 40'
        Speaker: Miguel Angel Perez-Torres (IAA-CSIC, CEFCA, Universidad de Zaragoza)
      • 13:30 ALMA observations of SN1987A: first evidence of co-located dust and CO formation in supernovae 30'
        Speaker: Jon Marcaide (Universidad de Valencia)