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Scientific Program

O programa científico e social será distribuído pelos dois dias de realização do ENAA 2015 de acordo com a seguinte tabela. Cada apresentação oral terá a duração de  10+5 minutos. Cada apresentação de poster (pop-ups) terá a duração de 2+1 minutos.

The scientific program will cover the two days of the ENAA 2015 according to the following table. The time allocated for each talk is 10+5 minutes. The time allocated for each poster pop-up presentation is 2+1 minutes.



Time Thursday, July 23 Friday, July 24
8:45 - 9:00   Registration    
9:00 - 9:15   Opening session    
    A: Galaxies at high redshift   E: Instrumentation
9:15 - 9:30   José Afonso   Rui Curado da Silva
9:30 - 9:45   David Sobral   Paulo Andrade
9:45 - 10:00   Sérgio Santos   Joana Ascenso
10:00 - 10:15   Hugo Messias   Manuel Silva
10:15 - 10:30   Silvio Lorenzoni   José Ribeiro
10:30 - 11:00   Coffee break   Coffee break
    B: Gravitation and fund. phys.   F: Galaxies
11:00 - 11:15   José Sande Lemos   João Calhau
11:15 - 11:30   Paulo Luz   João Ferreira
11:30 - 11:45   Pedro Aniceto   Jean Michel Gomes
11:45 - 12:00   Filipe Monteiro   Joana Oliveira
12:00 - 12:15   Gonçalo Quinta   Ciro Pappalardo
12:15 - 12:30   José Pedro Mimoso   Hugo Martins
12:30 - 14:00   Lunch break   Lunch break
    C: Cosmology   G: Solar system
14:00 - 14:15   Carlos Martins   Alexandre Correia
14:15 - 14:30   Miguel Ferreira   Ana Afonso
14:30 - 14:45   Ana Catarina Leite   Dário Passos
        H: Local universe & Cosmic rays
14:45 - 15:00   Morgan Le Delliou   Nathan Roche
15:00 - 15:15   João Morais   Tom Scott
15:15 - 15:30   Nelson Nunes   Iris Breda
15:30 - 15:45   Bruno Barros   João Espadanal
15:45 - 16:15   Coffee break   Coffee break
    D: Education and outreach    
16:15 - 16:30   Fernando Buitrago   Poster session
16:30 - 16:45   Cátia Cardoso   Poster session
16:45 - 17:15   Poster pop-ups   Poster session
17:15 - 18:00   Poster session    
18:00 - 19:00   Public lecture (1)   General assembly of SPA
20:30 - 23:00   Social dinner (2)    


(1) Public talk: "World War I, Revolution, and General Relativity, 1914-1924" by Prof. Alexei Kojevnikov (University of British Columbia, Canada).

(2) Social dinner at restaurant ZamBeZe, near metro station Rossio, in Lisbon. 




Comunicações orais



SpeakersTitles SpeakersTitles
A. Afonso Saving mankind by looking for wandering stars   S. Lorenzoni Lyman-break galaxies in the Epoch of Reionization
J. Afonso Towards the first generation of Radio Powerful AGN in the Universe   P. Luz Static Electrically Charged Star Shells: Normal and Tension Shells
P. Andrade Correcting cross-coupling and aliasing effects in the estimation of atmospheric turbulence parameters from Shack-Hartmann wavefront data   C. Martins Fundamental cosmology in the ESPRESSO and Euclid era
P. Aniceto Thin shell collapse and Cosmic Censorship with charged black holes in string theory   H. Martins The role of the environment in the star formation of galaxies in 3 X-RAY clusters at z=0.86 in the COSMOS field
J. Ascenso PSF reconstruction for enhanced data processing tools   H. Messias The Universe through lenses
B. Barros 3-form inflation in a 5D braneworld   J. P. Mimoso Generalized energy conditions in Extended Gravity re-examined: the modified Gauss-Bonnet theory case study
I. Breda A spatially resolved exploration of the nature and assembly history of pseudo-bulges in the CALIFA galaxy survey   F. Monteiro Shapiro delay in d -> infinity Dimensions
F. Buitrago Scientific volunteering in East Africa: Opportunities in Astronomy   J. Morais Dark Radiation in f(R)-gravity: the portrait of scalar perturbations
J. Calhau The growth of typical star-forming galaxies and their super massive black holes across cosmic time   N. Nunes Cosmology of the de Sitter Horndeski models
C. Cardoso Rosetta: Mission Accomplished   J. Oliveira Comparing the hot- and cold-dust contribution in galaxies and its evolution in the last 10 Gyr
A. Correia Spin-orbit coupling and chaotic rotation for the small moons of Pluto   C. Pappalardo Physical properties of a population of low Far Infrared luminosity galaxies at z < 1
R. Curado da Silva XIPE: the X-ray imaging polarimetry explorer   D. Passos Magnetic forcing of large scale flows in stellar convection zones
J. Espadanal Cosmic Rays Anisotropies and Point Sources at Pierre Auger Observatory   G. Quinta Vacuum polarization around Lifshitz black holes
J. Ferreira Width Distributions from Panchromatic Broadband Photometry from z=0.1 to z=5   J. Ribeiro Spectrography using Small Telescopes: A recent contributor to stellar astrophysics
M. Ferreira Consistency tests of the stability of fundamental couplings   N. Roche MUSE 3D Spectroscopy and Kinematics of the Interacting Radio Galaxy PKS 1934-63
J. M. Gomes Extended nebular emission and gas excitation mechanisms in early-type galaxies from the CALIFA galaxy survey   S. Santos Lyman-alpha emitters at the peak of the star-formation history: implications for the luminosity function across cosmic time
M. Le Delliou Method of detection of Dark Energy-Dark Matter interaction in Non-virialised clusters   T. Scott Evolution of late-type galaxies in Abell 1367: Cold gas
A. C. Leite Optimization of ESPRESSO Fundamental Physics Tests   M. Silva PSF reconstruction for the MUSE-GalacsiGLAO mode in Python
J. Sande Lemos Sharp bounds on the radius of relativistic charged spheres: Guilfoyle's stars saturate the Buchdahl-Andreasson bound   D. Sobral Discovery of PopIII stellar populations in bright galaxies at z~7: paving the way for JWST








A. Afonso The little or no evolution of structure in Milky-Way-like galaxies up to z=2.23
A. Afonso The perks of being a local galaxy
A. Afonso Standing on the shoulders of giants
H. Messias Identifying and characterizing the dusty AGN population with JWST
M. Minamitsuji Cosmological dynamics in the theory with field derivative coupling to the double-dual Riemann tensor
D. Sobral What happens to galaxies when galaxy clusters merge? The Role of Cosmic Tsunamis