Monthly Research colloquia of ASI

The Monthly Research Colloquia of ASI (MoRe-ASI) are a series of informal and short scientific talks held monthly on line by the Italian Space Agency (ASI). Each month one speaker presents latest interests and findings in one of the following thematic areas related to the study of the Universe:

- Space Astrophysics and High Energy Astrophysics

- Solar System Sciences

- Cosmology

- Exoplanetary Sciences

- Life Sciences

This series provides an opportunity to get updated with the science and progress going on in the international scientific community. Among the speakers, postdocs and young researchers are also given the opportunity to present their own research and get feedback about their ongoing projects. The seminars aim also to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration across teams and within the scientific communities at large.

The MoRe-ASI colloquia are given remotely. The duration of each talk is about 45 min. A Q&A session of max 30 min is also foreseen.

 

The next webinar will take place in autumn 2024.

Related information will be provided on this webpage soon.  

 

 

Webpage background image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/ASI/INAF/JIRAM

Abstract and videos from past seminars
MoRe-ASI Scientific Organizing Committee
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