Detailed Conference Program

(Time zone: Europe/Berlin, CEST/UTC+2)

Monday, 12. September 2022

11:00-13:00 AstroFrauenNetzwerk Get-together (SFG 1030 / virtual AFN)

14:00-18:00 Splinter Session

JungeAG - Junge AG - Young AG (SFG 1010 / virtual JAG)

14:00  Markus Hundertmark:
Introduction to the aims of the Junge AG

14:20  Nikolas Schmelz:
Introducing OHB NextGen

14:40  Lukas Weghs:
An Exploration of Machine Learning Algorithms for Photometric Detection of Exomoons

15:00  Serina T. Latzko:
Investigating the [CII] deficit in M82 with FIFI-LS on SOFIA

15:20  Coffee Break

15:50  Cormac Larkin:
M5 – Mars Magnetospheric Multipoint Measurement Mission: A multi-spacecraft plasma physics mission to Mars

16:10  Gustavo Medina:
Probing the Galactic outer halo using kinematics and stellar abundances of distant RR Lyrae

16:30  Elias Ehl:
Searching for Cooling Neutron Stars in Data of the X-ray Observatory SRG/eROSITA

16:50  M. Pashapourahmadabadi:
One- and two-point source statistics from the Lofar Two-metre Sky Survey (LoTSS)

17:10  Amy Joyce:
Changing velocity of X-ray corona of Active Galactic Nucleus NGC 1365

18:00-20:00 Award Ceremony for the Caroline Herschel Medal followed by Reception (Haus der Wissenschaft)

Tuesday, 13. September 2022

09:00-10:30 Award Ceremony and Schwarzschild Lecture (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

09:00  Opening

09:45  Karl Schwarzschild Lecture - Hans-Thomas Janka:
Core-Collapse Supernovae: From Neutrino-driven Explosion Models to Observations

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:30 Plenary Talks (Awardees) (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

11:00  Ludwig Biermann Award Talk - Thomas Siegert:
Positron annihilation as an astrophysical messenger

11:30  Astrophysical Software Award Talk - Tommaso Grassi:
KROME - an Open-Source Code to Model Thermochemistry

12:00  PhD Prize Talk - Arshia Jacob:
Small Molecules, Big Impact: Investigating hydrides in the interstellar medium

12:30-12:45 Conference Photo

12:45-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-16:30 Splinter Sessions (in parallel)

RadioSky - The Southern Radio-Sky: Results & Opportunites (SFG 1030 / virtual RadioSky)

14:00  Günther Hasinger:
Deutsches Zentrum für Astrophysik (DZA)

15:00  Veena Vadamattom Shaji:
The SEDIGISM survey: Understanding the Molecular Skeleton of the Milky Way with APEX

15:21  Petra Benke:
TeV detected AGN jets in the TANAMI program

15:42  Florian Rösch:
The Impact of Southern-Hemisphere Radio Blazar Observations on Neutrino Astronomy

16:03  Ferdinand Jünemann:
A new S-Band Foreground Survey with the SKA-MPG Demonstrator Dish

eROSITA - eROSITA Science (SFG 0140 / virtual eROSITA)

14:00  Frank Haberl:
X-ray binaries in the eROSITA all-sky surveys

14:20  Aafia Zainab Ansar :
Follow-up of new eROSITA discovered Galactic binary with NuSTAR

14:32  Jan Kurpas:
The search for X-ray dim isolated neutron stars in the eROSITA All-Sky Survey

14:44  Ole König:
X-ray Detection of a Nova in the Fireball Phase

14:56  Schwope:
Cataclysmic Variables in eROSITA surveys

15:08  Katja Poppenhaeger:
Prospects for exoplanet research with X-ray observations

15:20  Sebastian Freund:
The stellar content of the first eROSITA all-sky survey

15:32  P.C. Schneider:
How eROSITA discovers new members of star forming regions

15:44  Enza Magaudda:
A first eROSITA view of stellar coronae across the HR diagram

15:56  Federico Zangrandi:
Population Study of SNRs in the Large Magellanic Cloud

16:08  Martin Mayer:
Characterizing thermal and nonthermal X-ray emission in the Vela supernova remnant with SRG/eROSITA

16:20  Xueying Zheng:
Broad band maps of eROSITA and their comparison with the ROSAT survey

Exoplanets - (Exo)Planet Diversity, Formation, and Evolution (PFE-SPP 1992 joint meeting) (SFG 1010 / virtual Exo)

14:00  Tim D. Pearce:
Debris Discs as Probes of Planetary Systems

14:30  Ema Valente:
Excitation of the obliquity of Earth-like planets via tidal forcing

14:45  Steven Rendon Restrepo:
The impact of self-gravity smoothing length on dust dust-laden vortices simulations

15:00  Gayathri Viswanath:
Imaging pursuit of an elusive planet, epsilon Indi Ab, in the near to mid-infrared

15:15  Dominik Hezel:
Data Science in Cosmochemistry: Using all data for original research with an example from chondrule-matrix complementarity

15:30  Break

16:00  Anne-Sophie Libert:
Dynamical constraints on tightly packed planetary systems

16:15  Henrik Knierim:
Constraining the Origin of Giant Exoplanets via Elemental Abundance Measurements

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

17:00-19:00 AG Mitgliederversammlung (Keksdose)

Wednesday, 14. September 2022

09:00-10:30 Plenary Talks (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

09:00  Caroline Herschel Lecture - Eva Grebel:
Caroline Herschel, the hunt for faint features, and galactic archaeology

10:00  Alfred Krabbe:
SOFIA’s legacy and future stratospheric FIR platforms

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:30 Plenary Talks (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

11:00  Roger Deane:
A MeerKAT Science Overview

11:30  Anna Watts:
NICER and its view of neutron stars

12:00  Mara Salvato:
eROSITA insights on the hot and energetic Universe

12:30-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-15:45 Splinter Sessions (in parallel)

eROSITA - eROSITA Science (SFG 0140 / virtual eROSITA)

14:00  Nicola Locatelli:
The Milky Way hot circumgalactic medium as seen by eROSITA

14:12  Johannes Buchner:
Active Galactic Nuclei studies with eROSITA

14:32  Zhu Liu:
Tidal Disruption Events detected by eROSITA

14:44  Iuliia Grotova:
An ultra-soft nuclear transient in a FRII radio galaxy discovered with eROSITA

14:56  Steven Hämmerich:
The eROSITA blazar sky

15:08  Tanya Urrutia:
Searching for Luminous Obscured Quasars with eROSITA

15:20  Comparat:
The cosmic web of X-ray AGN

RadioSky - The Southern Radio-Sky: Results & Opportunites (SFG 1030 / virtual RadioSky)

14:00  Arshia Maria Jacob:
Molecular absorption spectroscopy in the Southern Galactic plane: Synergies between FIR and radio wavelengths

14:21  Enrique Macias:
ALMA: science and capabilities

14:42  Jinglan Zheng:
SKA synergies: LoTSS DR2 cosmology results

15:03  Dr Gulay Gurkan:
On the pathway to the SKA: Exciting science with the deep and wide-field ASKAP survey of the GAMA23 field

15:24  Mario Santos:
MeerKLASS, the MeerKAT Large Area Synoptic Survey

Outreach - Public Outreach in der Astronomie (SFG 1020 / virtual Outreach)

14:00  Begrüßung und Vorstellungsrunde

14:20  Tim Florian Horn:
Das zentrale Projekt UniverseOnTour im Wissenschaftsjahr 2023

14:40  Diskussion und Vorstellung von Skizzen zum Wissenschaftsjahr 2023 "Unser Universum"

15:25  Björn Voss:
Preparing for the 100th anniversary of the planetariums

15:45-16:15 Coffee Break

Diversity - Diversity and Inclusion in Astronomy and Astrophysics (SFG 1020 / virtual Diversity)

16:00  Jake Noel-Storr:
Astronomy for Equity and Inclusion: Globally to Locally

16:20  Rolf Danner :
Supporting the whole self of sexual-orientation and gender minorities

16:40  K. Azalee Bostroem:
Evidence-Based Hiring Practices that Promote Excellence and Diversity

17:00  Erdal Tekin:
Social Background as diversity dimension in German education system

17:20  Frossie Economou:
Science platforms as a tool for democratizing data access

17:40  Leonard Burtscher:
Astronomy and the climate crisis

16:15-18:00 Splinter Sessions (in parallel)

RadioSky - The Southern Radio-Sky: Results & Opportunites (SFG 1030 / virtual RadioSky)

16:15  Benjamin L. Schmitt:
The Next Generation Cosmic Microwave Background Experiment – CMB-S4

16:36  Ancor Damas Segovia:
Imaging science with the MPIfR MeerKAT Galactic​ Plane Survey (MMGPS)

16:57  Fabian Jankowski:
Implications from the first MeerTRAP Fast Radio Burst sample discovered with the MeerKAT telescope

17:18  Shalini Sengupta:
Science results : MPIfR-MeerKAT Galactic Plane Survey (MMGPS) for Pulsars at L-Band.

17:39  Kristof Rozgonyi:
Asynchronous on-the-fly (OTF) mosaic imaging with MeerKAT

eROSITA - eROSITA Science (SFG 0140 / virtual eROSITA)

16:15  Michael Yeung:
The Soft X-Ray Foreground as Revealed by Sight Lines to the Darkest X-Ray Shadows

16:27  A. Veronica:
The eROSITA view of the Abell 3391/95 field: Cluster Outskirts and Filaments

16:39  Ang Liu:
Studying galaxy clusters with eROSITA

16:59  I-Non Chiu:
Cosmological Constraints from Galaxy Clusters and Groups in the eROSITA Final Equatorial Depth Survey

17:11  Matthias Klein:
Enabling the first eROSITA based cluster cosmology through systematic analysis of optical imaging surveys

17:23  R. Seppi:
Detecting clusters of galaxies and active galactic nuclei in an eROSITA all-sky survey digital twin

17:35  Thomas Reiprich:
Nearby galaxy clusters and warm-hot gas filaments as seen by the eROSITA All-Sky Survey

19:00-21:00 Conference Dinner

Thursday, 15. September 2022

09:00-10:30 Plenary Talks (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

09:00  TMHo:
The contribution of the Hayabusa missions to our understanding of asteroids

09:30  Else Starkenburg:
A GAIA view on the early Milky Way

10:00  Jürgen Knödlseder:
The carbon footprint of astronomical research infrastructures

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:30 Plenary Talks (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

11:00  Roelof de Jong:
4MOST and its science

11:30  Franz Kirsten:
Fast Radio Bursts

12:00  Mark McCaughrean:
The James Webb Space Telescope: from first light to new planets

12:30-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-15:45 Splinter Sessions (in parallel)

Compact - Compact Objects in Astrophysics (SFG 1020 / virtual Compact)

14:00  Florian Peißker:
Observation of dust-enshrouded objects; Star formation close to a supermassive black hole?

14:37  Antonia Drescher:
Infrared Interferometry of the Galactic Center Black Hole

14:54  S. Elaheh Hosseini:
A new dense association of stars at the Galactic Center

15:11  Sebastiano D. von Fellenberg:
Young Stars in the Galactic Center

15:28  Artur Avakyan:
Two new catalogs of low-mass and high-mass XRBs in the Galaxy

ATNG - Meeting of the Astronomical Telescope Network Germany (SFG 1010 / virtual ATNG)

HotStars - Hot stars in the Gaia era (SFG 1030 / virtual HotStars)

14:05  Koushik Sen:
Nuclear-timescale reverse Algol evolution and hydrogen-rich Wolf-Rayet stars from very massive binaries

14:25  Christoph Schürmann:
Population synthesis of massive stars with compact companions in the SMC

14:45  Lukas Stock:
Stellar multiplicity studies of B stars using multiple observation methods and radial velocity analysis

15:05  Marie Scheffen:
Radial velocity variability of red giants and blue horizontal branch stars

15:25  Ramon Jaeger:
Eclipse timing variation of hot subdwarf binaries

EScience - EScience, Machine Learning and Virtual Observatory (SFG 1040 / virtual eScience)

14:00  Harry Enke:
Scientific Data Infrastructures - PUNCH4NFDI

15:05  Nikos Gianniotis:
Probabilistic Cross-Correlation for Delay Estimation

15:25  Ole Streicher:
Debian Astro: The first years

14:00-15:45 Treffen des Bildungsausschusses (SFG 0140)

15:45-16:15 Coffee Break

16:15-18:00 Splinter Sessions (in parallel)

Education - Astronomy and Education (SFG 0140 / virtual Edu)

16:15  Frederik Nehm:
BEHIND THE STARS: Teaching basic astronomy using historical instruments in an interactive app

16:35  Susanne Hüttemeister:
ESERO – Activities of the European Space Education Resource Office in Germany

16:55  Cormac Larkin:
Studying Astronomy and Physics Students’ Beliefs about Physics and Learning Physics Using PBI: A Design-based Implementation Research Study

17:15  Annette Ladstätter-Weissenmayer:
Teaching Astrophysics and Space Science

17:35  Wolfgang Vieser:
Astronomy Learning in Out-of-School Locations

HotStars - Hot stars in the Gaia era (SFG 1030 / virtual HotStars)

16:15  Fabian Mattig:
Radial velocity study of hot subdwarf stars from SDSS

16:35  Harry Dawson:
A volume-complete sample of hot subluminous stars out to 500 pc using Gaia

16:55  Sebastian Weich:
Kinematic analysis of faint blue stars in the MMT HVS survey

17:15  Henry Willems:
Hunting for the progenitors of helium white dwarfs

17:35  Max Pritzkuleit:
HE 1518-0948 a potential supernova-ejected runaway

Compact - Compact Objects in Astrophysics (SFG 1020 / virtual Compact)

16:15  Volker Perlick, Claus Lämmerzahl:
Simulation of the general-relativistic light deflection with a plastic lens

16:18  H. Stiele:
Studying quasi-periodic oscillations during state transition

16:35  Patrick Günther:
Improved numerical scheme for solving shock acceleration in jets using stochastic differential equations

16:52  Sayantani Lahiri:
Spin fluid supported stationary torus around Schwarzschild black hole

17:09  José Luis Blázquez-Salcedo:
Perturbations of scalar-Gauss-Bonnet black holes

17:26  Hyat:
Echoes from Black Holes and Wormholes

17:43  C. Pfeifer:
Black Holes in teleparallel gravity

EScience - EScience, Machine Learning and Virtual Observatory (SFG 1040 / virtual eScience)

16:15  Coleman Kilby:
Extracting information on exoplanets from transit spectroscopy utilizing deep learning

16:20  Kirill Makan:
Continuous development and maintenance of the Daiquiri framework

16:45  Anastasia Galkin:
Building a DevOp environment - behind the scenes of a Daiquiri powered archives

17:10  Michael Johnson:
Exploring the Provenance of Astronomical Workflows

17:35  Markus Demleitner:
A New Registry API for pyVO

20:00-21:30 Public Lecture (Übersee-Museum Bremen)

20:00  Mark McCaughrean:
Das James Webb Weltraum Teleskop: Vom ersten Blick bis zu neuen Planeten

Friday, 16. September 2022

09:00-10:30 Plenary Talks (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

09:00  Veronika Schaffenroth:
The impact of TESS on our understanding of compact binary stars

09:30  Anna Franckowiak:
Multi-Messenger Astronomy with Gamma Rays and Neutrinos

10:00  Hardi Peter:
Solar Orbiter and other missions exploring the Sun

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:30 Plenary Talks (Keksdose / virtual plenum)

11:00  Richard L. Kremer:
Kepler & Olbers

11:30  Charlotte Bewick:
Satellites and Space Debris Impact on the Night Sky

12:00  Summary and Good-bye

12:30-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-15:45 Splinter Sessions (in parallel)

Compact - Compact Objects in Astrophysics (SFG 1020 / virtual Compact)

14:00  Konstantinos Kokkotas:
Neutron Star Physics based on pre- and post-merger observations

14:37  Fech Scen Khoo:
Almost matter-independent universal relations for the quasinormal modes of neutron stars in R^2 theory

14:54  Malte Heinlein:
Neutrinos from Proto-Neutron-Stars and the Nuclear Equation of State

15:11  Huanchen Hu:
Taking gravity tests with the Double Pulsar to the next level

15:28  Bilel Ben-Salem:
Propagation time delay and frame dragging effects of lightlike geodesics in the timing of a pulsar orbiting SgrA*

HotStars - Hot stars in the Gaia era (SFG 1030 / virtual HotStars)

14:00  Roel Lefever:
The Why and How of Improvements on Wolf-Rayet Star Atmospheres.

14:20  Matheus Bernini Peron:
Spectroscopic Evidence for Weaker Clumping and X-ray Emission Cool B-Supergiants

14:40  Cormac Larkin:
Fundamental stellar parameters for 222 B-type stars for the X-shooter Spectral Library

15:00  Semih Filiz:
Spectral analysis of hot DA- and DAO-type white dwarfs

15:20  Ayesha Arshad Arain:
A peek into the Hot subdwarfs through the lens of the SEDs

14:00-17:00 Lehrerweiterbildung (SFG 1040)

15:45-16:15 Coffee Break

16:15-18:00 Splinter Sessions (in parallel)

Compact - Compact Objects in Astrophysics (SFG 1020 / virtual Compact)

16:15  Michael F. Wondrak:
EHT Black Hole Observations Constraining Models of Gravity

16:52  Volker Perlick:
Influence of a plasma on gravitational lensing in stationary axisymmetric spacetimes

17:09  Jan-Menno Memmen:
Spinning light source orbiting a compact Schwarzschild objec

17:26  Jan Hackstein:
Gravitational field recovery via inter-satellite redshift measurements

17:43  Gh. Saleh:
Mathematical and physical proof of the time of beginning and end of the universe, from Big Bang to Big Bang