Michał Pawlak will talk about combining ASAS-SN with APOGEE.
Michał Pawlak is representing us at the IAU General Assembly in Vienna.
Michał Pawlak is now at Cool Stars 20 conference at CfA (Boston), where he gave a table talk poster.
Very pleased to announce that our research on binary stars and transients was awarded ERC Starting grant with project Cat-In-hAT: Catastrophic Interactions of Binary Stars and the Associated Transients.
Starting in Fall, we will be looking for postdocs and PhD student in the general areas of computational astrophysics, numerical modeling, (magneto)hydrodynamics, radiation transport etc. Stay tuned for more information.
Tomás Müller from University of Southampton gave a talk on “Type Ia Supernova Cosmology: infrared light as a new window” during our regular science coffee time slot.
Attending conference Shocking Supernovae: surrounding interactions and unusual events at Stockholm with Petr Kurfürst.
To celebrate Gaia DR2 (where Michał Pawlak played a role as a member of Gaia team), we made special science coffee with a Gaia cake (Galactic plane and LMC & SMC – apricots, dark matter substructure – baked-in cherries).
Spending this week at EWASS 2018 in Liverpool listening to talks on supernovae, hypernovae, GRB, and novae. EWASS is followed by weekend workshop on recurrent novae.
Michał Pawlak participated at La Silla Paranal Users Workshop at ESO Garching.