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Sharing research at UDP

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As a research group, we seek instances for enabling scientific discussion through sharing our projects.

At the beginning of each term, students are encouraged to share the results of their research projects with the group via presentations. This is important for acquiring soft skills, such as presenting and disseminating results. This also offers an opportunity for sharing our research interests in general, so other members can also present their ideas and seek collaborations within the Astronomy Nucleus.

On Monday 19th August 2019, we enjoyed an afternoon with talks, coffee and cake, and exchanged interesting ideas spanning from learning about planet formation to the properties of the early Universe.

Prof. Lucas Cieza and director of PhD programe at UDP explaining us what can we see when we have incredible high-resolution ALMA images of protoplanetary disks

 

PhD student Dejene Zwedie presenting the results of his research project under the supervision of Profs. Manuel Aravena and Roberto Assef in characterising the evolution of massive galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

 

 

PhD student Kriti Gupta Kamal presenting her research project under supervision of Prof. Claudio Ricci about studying obscure AGN in the Local Universe

 

 

 

Prof. Jose Luis Prieto explaining the different supernovae detected by ASSA-SN