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The 2016 Massive Stars meeting in New Zealand

The Massive Stars meeting of 2016 takes place in Auckland, in New Zealand. I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to present two works, one poster and one talk during the splinter session on X-rays from massive stars. I have been working hard to finish them, producing the final results almost a day […]

The B[e] stars conference in Prague

During the last week I was traveling from Ondrejov forth and back to the “The B[e] Phenomenon: Forty Years of Studies”, in Prague (27 June – 1 July 2016). It was a nice conference with many interesting talks, and fruitful discussions. Most importantly, I met some old friends and made new ones! I was fortunate […]

Poster presentation at RAS meeting in UK

The very short and compact meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society “Bridging the gap: from massive stars to supernovae” was held in Kavli Royal Society Centre of Chicheley Hall, in the English countryside of Buckinghamshire (June 1-2). Even though it lasted two days only, a number of excellent talks was delivered discussing the connection or […]

June conferences: Physics of Evolved Stars and 12th Hellenic Astronomical Conference

June 2015 has been quite busy as I participated in two conferences: The Physics of Evolved Stars (Nice, France; June 8-12, 2015) – poster contribution Title: “Disk tracing for B[e] supergiants in the Magellanic Clouds” Abstract: “The B[e] supergiants are an important short-lived transition phase in the life of massive stars, in which enhanced mass-loss […]