PSF Coffee MPIA    PSF Group

Hello and welcome to MPIA's Planet and Star Formation Coffee!

PSF Coffee is held every wednesday at 14:00 in MPIA's lecture hall!

For volunteering for slots, please contact Aida Ahmadi (ahmadi), Hendrik Linz (linz), or Markus Feldt (feldt)!


* PSF Coffee is started by an informal part. Short contributions (<= 3 slides) are allowed during this part. Such short contributions may be pre-announced or spontaneous.
* There are up to 2 slots for talks available per instance.
* Talks should not exceed ~15 minutes leaving ample time for discussion.
* Talks should focus on a single result or work in progress and not contain too many slides.
* Discussion, also during talks, is strongly encouraged!
* Total time is about 60 minutes!
* PSF Coffee never gets fully canceled, but in case of no announced talks, there will be no coffee provided...
* If you drink coffee or eat cookies and are not a PhD student or visitor, a small contribution to the PSF Snacks Trust Fund is kindly requested.

Upcoming events:

July 2017

5 July
Slot 1: Stefano Facchini, MPE - "The interplay between gas and dust in protoplanetary disks"
Slot 2:

11 July 14:00
Slot 1: Yancy Shirley, University of Arizona - "Complex Organic Molecules in Prestellar Cores"
Slot 2:

12 July 14:00
Slot 1: Alex Lazarian, University of Wisconsin-Madison - "About some principle aspects of astrophysical MHD Turbulence"
Slot 2: Siyao Xu, Peking University - "MHD turbulence applications in astrophysics"

19 July
Slot 1: Siyi Feng, MPE - "Deuteration in the earliest phase of high-mass star formation "
Slot 2:

26 July
Slot 1: Mike Butler, MPIA - "TBD"
Slot 2: Chris Ormel, University of Amsterdam - "Formation pathways to exoplanet systems like TRAPPIST-1"

August 2017

2 August
Slot 1:
Slot 2:

9 August
Slot 1: Megan Bedell, University of Chicago - "TBD"
Slot 2: Richard Teague, University of Michigan - "TBD"

16 August
Slot 1:
Slot 2:

23 August
Slot 1: Gesa H.-M. Bertrang, Universidad de Chile - "HD169142 in the eyes of ZIMPOL"
Slot 2:


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