Solar System Seminars

The Solar System Science seminar (also known as IMPRS S3 seminar)

The S3 seminar is the weekly IMPRS doctoral seminar, open to the campus audience. Once a month, the seminar time slot is preceeded by a closed student meeting, and it is sometimes followed by a colloquium talk by an external speaker. Attendance is mandatory for IMPRS students. Every IMPRS doctoral candidate is expected to give one seminar talk per year, normally followed by a meeting with the Thesis Advisory Committee (three talks and TAC meetings in total during the course of the PhD studies). The seminar is co-organised by the IMPRS seminar group. Details for participants (students and advisors) are available in the corresponding Stud.IP course.

UniVZ entry: Solar System Seminar in summer semester 2018
UniVZ entry: Solar System Seminar in winter semester 2017/18

Other seminars and colloquia

Regular attendance of further seminars and colloquia offered by the Faculty of Physics, the Institute of Astrophysics, and the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research is also highly recommended (see info boxes to the right).

Solar System Science seminar: Schedule

IMPRS S3 seminar talks in summer semester 2019

S3 Seminar: Flows around active regions (Paul-Louis Poulier)

Jul 3, 2019 14:00 - 14:30
MPS, Room: Auditorium

S3 Seminar: Radiative MHD Simulations of Starspots (Mayukh Panja)

Jun 26, 2019 14:00 - 14:30
MPS, Room: Auditorium

S3 Seminar: Science Preparation for SO/PHI (Philipp Löschl)

Apr 24, 2019 14:00 - 14:30
MPS, Room: Auditorium

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