Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory

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ROSSI LECTURES


2015

CeccarelliCecilia Ceccarelli
Institut de Planétologie et d’Astrophysique de Grenoble
Our cosmic origins: from the water that we drink to the bricks of life
18-22 Maggio

Slides: Lesson 1: 1, 2 - Lesson 2: 1, 2 - Lesson 3: 1, 2

Video: Lesson 1: 1, 2, 3 - Lesson 2: 1, 2, 3 - Lesson 3: 1, 2, 3

2014

Piero MdauPiero Madau
University of California Observatories, Santa Cruz, USA
The Light and Dark Side of Galaxy Formation
5, 7, 9 Maggio
Slides
Day 1 video: 1/2 - 2/2, Day 2 video: 1/2 - 2/2 - Day 3 video: 1/2 - 2/2

2012
Bruce Draine Bruce T. Draine
Princeton University. USA
Interstellar Dust in and Beyond the Milky Way
Lesson 1 - Lesson 2 - Lesson 3
Video 1 - Video 2 - Video 3

2011
Brian Schmidt Brian Schmidt
Australian National University, Mt. Stromlo AUS
Astrophysics and Cosmology with Supernovae
Lesson 1 - Lesson 2 - Lesson 3

2010
peterson Bradley Peterson
Ohio State University, Columbus USA
Active Galactic Nuclei and Supermassive Black Holes
Lesson 1 - Lesson 2 - Lesson 3

2008
Kennicutt Rob Robert Kennicut
Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge UK
The Laws of Star Formation

2007
M.Longair Malcolm Longair
University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK
A Physical Approach to Large Scale Structure and Galaxy Formation
Lesson 1 - Lesson 2 - Lesson 3

2006
Lada Charles Lada
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge USA
The Modern Problem of Galactic Star Formation
Lesson 1 - Lesson 2 - Lesson 3

2005
Genzel Reinhard Genzel
MPI fuer Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching D
Inward bound: potential, techniques and results of high resolution, optical/infrared astronomy

2003
Castellani Vittorio Castellani
Universita' di Pisa, Pisa I
Stellar Structure and Evolution

2001
Woltjer Lo Woltjer
Observatoire de Haute Provence
Relativistic Particles in the Universe

1999
Shu Frank Shu
University of California, Berkeley USA
The Birth of Sun-like Stars and Planetary Systems

1998
Rees Martin Rees
Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge UK
Dark Ages, Black Holes, and Gamma Ray Bursts