SAC Seminar - Thomas Tauris: Aspects of Close Binary stellar evolution - from Massive Black Holes to Planets

2018.01.05 | Louise Børsen-Koch

Date Wed 10 Jan
Time 15:15 16:00
Location 1525-323

Stellar physics has many applications and here I present a number of examples related to formation of planets, supernovae, X-ray binaries as well as continuous and transient gravitational wave sources.
I discuss a mixture of topics from Kippenhahn diagrams to the merger-rate density of binary neutron stars and black holes in the local Universe.

I will be moving to Aarhus University this summer and with this talk I hope to stimulate ideas for future collaborations.

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