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The last day at Valparaiso

I think it had everything: – waking up early to go to the bank, – then go to the university and finalize some aspects of my talk (as a final contribution), – go for lunch with the whole group, – return to the university, – to say goodbye to people, – do the presentation, – […]

A short talk for IFA-UV Monday meetings

Every Monday the IFA-UV organizes a meeting that starts with a short (or longer) presentation of 20 mins. The whole process requires the active participation by the students to present the speaker, control, the discussion, while there is also a feedback given by the audience to the speaker. This is a great opportunity for the […]

An IFA-UV seminar talk

Yesterday, I had finally the opportunity to give a seminar talk at the Instituto de Física y Astronomía de la Universidad de Valparaíso, where I am currently based (and only for about a month more …) “What have we learned from observations of B[e] Supergiants ?” Abstract: B[e] Supergiants are a rare phase among the […]