Institutos Universitarios

IPARCOS seminars

 

2020:

 Announc. Date/Time Place Title

Speaker / Institution

Link

30 January   11:00h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Public Surveys and New instrumentation for Calar Alto Observatory

Jesús Aceituno
(Director del Observatorio de Calar Alto)

Link

29 January   15:30h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Sparse component separation in astrophysics, with a particular focus on the case of Planck

Jerôme Bobin
(Saclay)

Link

15 January   14:30h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Física y Matemáticas: los eternos primos

Miguel Ángel Sanchís Lozano
(Universidad de Valencia-IFIC)

Link

10 January   11:00h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Determination of fundamental stellar parameters from stellar evolutionary models in the Gaia era

Carlos del Burgo
(Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica, México)

 

2019:

 Announc. Date/Time Place Title

Speaker / Institution

Link

12 December  13:00h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

The Dawn of Neutrino Astronomy: High-energy Neutrinos from AGN

Sara Buson (University of Würzburg)

Link

5 December  13:00h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Unidentified gamma-ray sources as targets for indirect dark matter detection with Fermi-LAT

Javier Coronado-Blázquez

(IFT-CSIC, UAM)

Link

4 December  14:00h

Aula M1

Aprendizaje Automático: Pasado, Presente y Futuro

Pedro Larrañaga, Premio Nacional de Informática

(Computational Intelligence Group - UPM)
Link

3 December  15:30h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Stellar structures s tracers of galaxy evolution

Jairo Mendez-Abreu 

(Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias)

Link

3 December  11:30h

Seminario_FT      3th floor

Towards a global analysis of the Standard Model Effective Field Theory

Juan Rojo  

(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Link

22 November  12:00h

Seminario_FT      3th floor

Latest results of ALICE at the LHC

Alice Ohlson

(Univ. de Lund, Suecia)

Link 21 November  13:00h Seminario_FTA 
4th floor

Stellar Tidal Streams outside the Local Group

David Martínez-Delgado
(Astronomisches Rechen-Institut
(ARI), University of Heidelberg, Alemania)
Link

14 November  10:30h

Seminario_FT      3th floor

How to use low-mass stars to test theories of gravity

Aneta Wojnar

(Universidad Federal de Espíritu Santo)

Link

13 November  14:30h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Dark Particle Interpretation of the Neutron Lifetime Anomaly

Benjamin Grinstein  

(U. California San Diego)

Link

4 November  15:00h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Gravitational waves: A new window to observe the Universe

(Ciclo de seminarios De Madrid al Cosmos, organizado conjuntamente entre miembros de IPARCOS del Departamento de Física Teórica y el grupo de gravitación del IEM-CSIC)

Sachiko Kuroyanagi 
(Universidad de Nagoya)
Link

24 October,  13:00h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

The origin of Brown Dwarfs

Alejandro Santamaría Miranda

(ESO)

Link

23 October,  15:30h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Dynamical friction in systems affected by several perturbers

José Arturo Trelles Hernández 

(IA-UNAM)

Link

7 October,
15:00h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Galaxy evolution and cosmology using gamma rays observed with Fermi-LAT 

(Ciclo de seminarios De Madrid al Cosmos, organizado conjuntamente entre miembros de IPARCOS del Departamento de Física Teórica y el grupo de gravitación del IEM-CSIC)

Alberto Domínguez

(UCM)

Link 25 September, 15:30h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Anomaly detection methods for astronomical images

Berta Margalef

(Observatorie de Paris)

Link 17 September, 16:30h Seminario_FT
2nd floor
Some problems in the foundations of QFT

Jason Pye

(U. Waterloo, Canada)

Link 8 July, 12:30h

Seminario_FTA,
planta baja

Exploring the Early Universe with the Largest Emission-Line Surveys

David Sobral

(Lancaster University, UK)

Link  4 July, 15:00h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Analogue Hawking radiation?

Matt Visser

(Victoria University of Wellington)

Link 27 June, 15:00h

Seminario_FTA,
planta baja

Optical spectroscopy of nearby AGN-LINERs

Dra. Sara Cazzoli y Laura Hermosa-Muñoz

(Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, IAA-CSIC)

Link 20 June, 15:00h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Recent constraints on fifth-force effects from astrophysics

Ippocratis D. Saltas  

(Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences)

Link 19 June, 14:30h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Are we overlooking Lepton Flavour Universal New Physics in b -> s ll?

Pere Masjuan

(IFAE-UAB)

Link 05 June, 15:30h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

How feedback from massive stars shapes the hierarchical star cluster assembly in globally collapsing molecular clouds

Alejandro González Samaniego

(Instituto de Radioastronomía y Astrofísica, Michoacán, México)

Link 30 May, 14:30h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

Light- and strange- quark mass dependence of the (770) meson revisited

Raquel Molina

(UCM)

Link 30 May, 12:00h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Alejandro S. Borlaff 

(European Space Astronomy Center)

Link 28 May, 14:30h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

SMEFT: theory and applications at LHC

Raquel Gómez Ambrosio

(Durham U.)

Link 23 May, 14:30h

Seminario_FT
2nd floor

The ideal Hydrodynamic Limit and its extensions

Giorgio Torrieri

(Univ. Estadual de Campinas, Brasil)

Link 22 May, 16:30h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Neutrinos: The invisible piece of physics started to shine

Enrique Huesca

(National Institute for Subatomic Physics - The Netherlands)

Link 22 May, 14:30h

Seminario_FT         2nd floor

Triangle singularities: a new tool for progress in Hadron Physics

Eulogio Oset
Link 21 May, 12:00h

Seminario_FTA
4th floor

Probing fundamental physics and cosmology using Gamma ray observations

Hassan Abdalla

(North-West University, South Africa)

Link 16 May, 14:30h

Seminario_FT         2nd floor

Non-local effects and Anomalies in B physics

Javier Virto

(Technische Universität München)

Link 14 May, 12:00h

Seminario_EMFTEL 3rd floor - 218

Machine Learning the gamma sky: from dwarfs spheroidals to point-like sources

Bryan Zaldívar, Instituto de Física Teórica (UAM-CSIC)
Link 9 May, 15:00h

Seminario_FT         2nd floor 

Asymptotically Safe Gravity: from astrophysics to cosmology

(Ciclo de seminarios De Madrid al Cosmos, organizado conjuntamente entre miembros de IPARCOS del Departamento de Física Teórica y el grupo de gravitación del IEM-CSIC)

Alessia Platania

(U. Heidelberg - ITP)

Link 29 April 15:30h Seminario_FAMN    3rd floor Monte Carlo event generators for neutrino-nucleus scattering in the few-GeV region

Kajectan Niewczas 

(Ghent University / University of Wroclaw – NuWro collaboration)

Link  Postponed Seminario_FTA,
4th floor
A new measurement of the Hubble constant and matter content of the Universe using extragalactic background light gamma-ray attenuation (see 2019arXiv190312097D)

Alberto Domínguez

(EMFTEL-UCM)

Link 5 April 15:30h Seminario_FTA,
4th floor
European Southern Observatory: construyendo y operando los más potentes observatorios astronómicos en tierra

Xavier Barcons.  

Director General de la ESO

Link

12 March 15:30h

Seminario_FTA,
4th floor
Evidence for cosmological gas accretion in local galaxies

Jorge Sánchez Almeida

Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC)

Link

27 Feb. 15:30h

Seminario_FTA,
4th floor

Direct measurement of stellar angular diameters by the VERITAS Cherenkov Telescopes

Tarek Hassan

DESY, VERITAS – Helmholtz Association

 

Seminarios de miembros de IPARCOS en el ciclo "Hablemos de Física"

 

 Announc. Date/Time Place Title

Speaker / Institution

Link

15 marzo 2019

14:00 

Aula Magna Un primer viaje hacia la naturaleza cuántica del espacio-tiempo

Mercedes Martín Benito

Departamento de Física Teórica (UCM)

Link

04 octubre 2018

13:30

Aula Magna

Toda la luz del Universo

Alberto Domínguez

Depto. de Estructura de la Materia, Física Térmica y Electrónica (UCM)

 


Otros Seminarios:

 

* Seminarios y Conferencias Facultad C.C. Físicas

 

* Seminars organized by the differente research groups:

Seminarios de Astrofísica:

 

Seminarios de Física Teorica

 

- Seminarios de FAMN

 Seminario  

Deep learning as a tool for scientific data analysis: Introduction and hands-on session

Daniel Nieto (GAE-UCM)

Date: 17/05/2018
      15:00 - 16:00: Introduction session
      16:00 - 17:00: Hands-on session

Location: Room 19, second floor

RSVP here (for a headcount): https://goo.gl/forms/YkvoLrmBjRKnM2qo1

Abstract: It's been a while since we have had computers learn  fromsci  entific datasets to help squeezing the most out of our experimentsand astrophysical observatories. Nowadays, the "deep learning"revolution that is uplifting artificial intelligence to its next level is also permeating into the analysis of data from instruments as different as the LHC and LIGO, thus having an impact on fields from cosmology to particle physics. In this seminar we intend to a) present a brief introduction to deep learning for non-experts and give a quick overview on how various experiments and observatories are already exploiting this machine learning technique, and b) walk the attendants through a tutorial where they will learn the basics of how to build a simple deep-learning model and how to train it on their own laptops.

Note: For the hands-on session we will be using the TensorFlow machin elearning framework. Please bring your own laptop loaded with a working installation of TensorFlow if you plan to participate in this activity.

The installation of TensorFlow is quite simple. A summarized set of instructions can be found here (recommended): 
http://www.gae.ucm.es/~nieto/tmp/tensorflow_install.txt

The official instructions can be accessed here: 
https://www.tensorflow.org/install/

 

24 de octubre de 2017 - SEMINARIO Departamento de Física Atómica, Molecular y Nuclear, FAMN, Físicas, UCM

Título:  "Physical properties of Gamma-Ray Blazars"

Conferenciante: Vaidehi S. Paliya, Clemson University, SC, USA

Hora: 15:00 h
Lugar: Seminario del dpto. FAMN: 3ª Pl, 218.A de la Facultad de Físicas, UCM