Kalender

Mai 2019
Mo Di Mi Do Fr Sa So
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6 7
Exocometary Science

von 10:30 bis 11:30 Uhr

8 9
Superfluid Dark Matter (Part 1)

von 11:00 bis 12:00 Uhr

10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20
"Meet the speaker''

von 16:00 bis 17:00 Uhr

Optimized quantum photonics

von 17:15 bis 18:30 Uhr

21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31

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Regelmäßige Seminare

Montat 15:30 (wöchentlich)    
Institute Seminar

MPA Hörsaal   

Dienstag 11:00 (wöchentlich)
Cosmology/Group Meeting     
MPA Hörsaal    

Mittwoch 11:00 (wöchentlich)
SESTAS (Seminar on Stellar Astrophysics)     
MPA Raum 005   

Mittwoch 11:00 (wöchentlich)
Galaxy group meeting (internal)    
MPA Raum 006

Donnerstag 15:15 (wöchentlich)    
Munich Joint Astronomy Colloquium
ESO Hörsaal   

Freitag 11:00 (wöchentlich)    
Accretion and High Energy Astrophysics   
MPA Hörsaal    

Letzter Freitag im Monat 14:00 (monatlich)
Bayes Forum
MPA Hörsaal

Monday  15:30 (weekly)    
Institute Seminar

MPA Lecture Hall    

Tuesday  11:00 (weekly)
Cosmology/Group Meeting     
MPA Lecture Hall    

Wednesday  11:00 (weekly)
SESTAS (Seminar on Stellar Astrophysics)     
MPA Room 005   

Wednesday  11:00 (weekly)
Galaxy group meeting (internal)    
MPA Room 006

Thursday  15:15 (weekly)    
Munich Joint Astronomy Colloquium
ESO Lecture Hall    

Friday  11:00 (weekly)    
Accretion and High Energy Astrophysics   
MPA Lecture Hall    

Last Friday of the month 14:00 (monthly)
Bayes Forum
MPA New Lecture Hall

Seminare und Vorlesungen

Seminare und Vorlesungen

Institute Seminar

Münchener Physik Kolloquium

11681 1511775490

"Meet the speaker''

We invite you to a student-only discussion-round with the speaker before his Munich Physics Colloquium talk. Be curious and feel free to ask any question. [mehr]

Münchener Physik Kolloquium

ESO Lunch Talk

10850 1503052315

AGN demography with JWST and ALMA

[mehr]

MPP Colloquium

ESO Special Talk

Stellar Coffee and Planetary Tea

Bayes Forum - Talk

14661 1531234713

Bayesian population studies of short gamma-ray bursts

Inferring the number, rate and intrinsic properties of short gamma-ray bursts has been a long studied problem in the field. As it is closely related to the number of GW events expected for neutron star mergers, the topic has begun to be discussed int he literature again. However, the utilized techniques for GRBs still rely on improper statistical modeling V/Vmax estimators and in many cases, methods made for humor alone. I will discuss the use of Bayesian hierarchical models to infer population and object level parameters of inhomogeneous-Poisson process distributed populations. Techniques to handle high-dimensional selections effects will be introduced. The methodology will then be applied to sGRB population data with the aim of understand how many of these objects there are, where they are in the Universe and what are their properties under given modeling assumptions. The methodology is general, thus extensions to other populations can be made easily. [mehr]

 
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