Seminars in Astronomy and Space Physics
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Plasma environment of an intermediately active comet: Evolution and dynamics observed by ESA's Rosetta spacecraft at 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
The subject of this thesis is the evolution and dynamics of the plasma environment of a moderately active comet before, during and after its closest approach to the Sun.
Disputation: Electron energization in near-Earth space: Studies of kinetic scales using multi-spacecraft data
Observations and measurements of the highly dynamic chromosphere
Disputation: Ion dynamics and structure of collisionless shocks in space
This thesis addresses the physics of collisionless shocks using spacecraft observations of the Earth's bow shock, particularly understanding the ion dynamics and shock structure for different shock conditions.
Celsius-Linnaeus lecturers and symposium
On Thursday February 7 the doors will once again open for the traditional Celsius and Linnaeus lecturers. This year we proudly presents the following leading scientists; Professor Martin Blunt and Director Linda Birnbaum.
The lecturers will be followed by a symposium "Environment, Climate Change and Human Health"
Docent lecture: Astronomy, astrophysics and fundamental physics
The Department of Physics and Astronomy hereby invite all interested to a docent (associate professorship) lecture in subject astronomy with specialisation in astrophysics.