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时间 Time  报告人 Speaker 报告题目 Topic 地点 Place

2024.06.14

Boyang Liu

JWST detection of a supernova associated with GRB 221009A without an r-process          

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.06.14

Kaushik Chatterjee

Stellar Black Holes Can “Stretch” Supermassive Black Hole Accretion Disks         

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.06.14

Helong Guo

New method for estimating molecular cloud distances based on Gaia, 2MASS, and the TRILEGAL galaxy model         

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.06.14

Baokun Sun

[X/Fe] Marks the Spot: Mapping Chemical Azimuthal Variations in the Galactic Disk with APOGEE         

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.06.07

Xiaotong Chen

SRG/eROSITA 3D mapping of the ISM using X-ray absorption spectroscopy        

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2024.06.07

Chenxi Shang

Tidal Disruption Event Demographics with the Zwicky Transient Facility: Volumetric Rates, Luminosity Function, and Implications for the Local Black Hole Mass Function         

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.06.07

Zheng Yu

(Re)mind the gap: a hiatus in star formation history unveiled by APOGEE DR17        

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2024.05.31

Yicheng Jin

A freely precessing magnetar following a X-ray outburst      

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2024.05.31

Yanchi Chen

The Population II Extragalactic Distance Scale: A TRGB Distance to the Fornax Cluster with JWST        

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2024.05.24

Xu Zhang

The Galactic Bulge exploration I.     

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2024.05.24

Yuze Zhao

The structure of galactic disks: Studying late-type spiral galaxies using SDSS      

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2024.05.24

Geeta Rangwal

A dynamically young and perturbed Milky Way disk    

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2024.05.17

Bo Wu

The X-ray Properties of the Energetic Pulsar PSR J1838-0655    

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2024.05.17

Yifei Yang

Disentangling the association of PAH molecules with star formation: Insights from JWST and UVIT    

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2024.05.17

Lunwei Zhang

The Zwicky Transient Facility Bright Transient Survey. III. BTSbot: Automated Identi cation and Follow-up of Bright Transients with Deep Learning    

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2024.05.10

Shuang Lin

Observational properties of extreme supernovae   

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2024.05.10

Bing Yan

The distribution of dust in edge-on galaxies: I. The global structure   

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2024.05.10

Jinghua Zhang

Reconstructing Intrinsic Stellar Noise with Stellar Chromospheric Activity   

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2024.04.26

Chenxi Shang

Fermi and eROSITA Bubbles as Persistent Structures of The Milky Way Galaxy  

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2024.04.26

Runnan  Jiang

Discovery of the Longest-Period Classical Cepheid in the Milky Way   

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2024.04.26

Yuxi Bao

Identification of Carbon Stars from LAMOST DR7   

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2024.04.26

Yuanpei Yang

Stellar Flares by Real-Color Survey   

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2024.04.19

Jiayu Qi

The Physical Thickness of Stellar Disks to z~2  

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2024.04.19

Yuhao Liu

Aperture photometry on asteroid trails: detection of the fastest rotating near-Earth object

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.04.19

Yuan Fang

Transient Classifiers for Fink Benchmarks for LSST

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2024.04.12

Xian Xu

Disk formation versus disk accretion—what powers tidal disruption events?

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2024.04.12

Xingzhu Zou

Probing the Galactic Halo with RR Lyrae Stars. I. The Catalog

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2024.04.12

Yehao Cheng

A lanthanide-rich kilonova in the aftermath of a long gamma-ray burst

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2024.04.12

Edoardo Lagioia

Differential reddening in 48 Globular Clusters: An end to the quest for the intracluster medium

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.29

Yule Wang

Feature Selection Strategies for Classifying High Dimensional Astronomical Data Sets

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2024.03.29

Yu Pan

Blending of Cepheids in M33

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2024.03.29

Xinlei Chen

JWST Directly Images Giant Planet Candidates Around Two Metal-polluted White Dwarf Stars

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2024.03.29

Helong Guo

A survey for variable young stars with small telescopes: IX - Evolution of Spot Properties on YSOs in IC 5070

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.22

Yanan Cao

Revisiting the Cygnus OB associations

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2024.03.22

Guangya Zeng

Multi-wavelength detection of an ongoing FUOr-type outburst on a low-mass YSO

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2024.03.22

Baokun Sun

Stellar Loci. VII. Photometric Metallicities of 5 Million FGK Stars Based on GALEX GR6+7 AIS and Gaia EDR3

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2024.03.22

Xin Chang

The 72-h WEBT microvariability observation of blazar S5 0716+714 in 2009

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2024.03.15

Jianhui Lian

How to read and present a paper?

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2024.03.15

Yuxi Bao

Micro-arcsecond Astrometry Technology: Detector and Field Distortion Calibration

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.15

Huajian Yu

A Real-time Automatic Validation System for Optical Transients Detected by GWAC

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.15

Lunwei Zhang 

Classification of Variable Stars Light Curves Using Long Short Term Memory Network

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.15

Tao Wang 

Probing the inner Galactic Halo with blue horizontal branch stars: Gaia DR3 based catalogue with atmospheric and stellar parameters

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.08

Zheng Yu

Parameters of 220 million stars from Gaia BP/RP spectra

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.08

Yuhao Liu

Atmospheric entry and fragmentation of small asteroid 2024 BX1: Bolide trajectory, orbit, dynamics, light curve, and spectrum

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.03.08

Kaushik Chatterjee

Model Based Observational Study of Black Holes

SWIFAR Building 2111

2024.01.12

Yicheng Jin

Quasi-periodic sub-pulse structure as a unifying feature for radio-emitting neutron stars

SWIFAR Building 2106

2024.01.05

Zexu Qiao

Astrophysical Distance Scale VII: A Self-Consistent, Multi-Wavelength Calibration of the Slopes and Relative Zero Points for the Run of Luminosity with Color of Stars Defining the Tip of the Red Giant Branch

SWIFAR Building 2106

2024.01.05

Boyang Liu

A Survey of Spider binary

SWIFAR Building 2106

2024.01.05

Helong Guo

The Gaia alerted fading of the FUor-type star Gaia21elv

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.29

Qinhao Shao

Could very low-metallicity stars with rotation-dominated orbits have been shepherded by the bar?

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.29

Ziqi Gao

A Geometric Calibration of the Tip of the Red Giant Branch in the Milky Way using Gaia DR3

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.15

Xiaotong Chen

Insights into star formation and dispersal from the synchronization of stellar clocks

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.15

Baokun Sun

Mining S-PLUS for Metal-Poor Stars in the Milky Way

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.15

Zhijia Tian

Distance measurements (for H0) in Astronomy

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.08

Xu Zhang

Study of the Blazhko type RRc stars in the Stripe 82 region using SDSS and ZTF

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.08

Brajesh Kumar

New regimes in the observation of core-collapse supernovae

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.01

Yuze Zhao

Gradients of Metallicity and Age of Stars in the Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies KKS 3 and ESO 269-66

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.12.01

Tao Wang

Discovery of A New Blue Large-Amplitude Pulsator in the SkyMapper DR2: SMSS J184506.82-300804.7

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.11.24

Yehao Cheng

Minutes-duration optical flares with supernova luminosities

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.11.24

Bin Yan

Spectral Retrieval with JWST Photometric data: a Case Study for HIP 65426 b

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.11.24

Geeta Rangwal

Streams, Substructures, and the Early History of the Milky Way

SWIFAR Building 2106

2023.11.10

Edoardo Lagioia

Identifying the possible ex-situ origin of the globular clusters of the Milky Way: a kinematic study

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