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Titel: Highlights of Spanish Astrophysics III

ISBN: 1402013884
EAN: 9781402013881
Proceedings of the fifth Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Astronomical Society (SEA), held in Toledo, Spain, September 9-13, 2002.
2003. Auflage.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Nicolas Cardiel, Jesus Gallego, Jaime Zamorano
Springer Netherlands

30. September 2003 - gebunden - 544 Seiten


This volume contains the Proceedings of the Fifth Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Astronomical Society (Sociedad Espanola de Astronomfa, SEA). The meeting was held at the Universidad de Castilla La Mancha in Toledo, from September 9 to 13, 2002. The event brought together 219 participants who pre­ sented their latest results in many different subjects. In comparison with the previous scientific meetings of the Society, the numbers of oral talks and poster contributions (122 and 64, respectively) are rapidly increasing, confirming that the SEA conferences are becoming a point of reference to assess the interests and achievements of astrophysical research in Spain. During the meeting, the SEA made public the granting of the Prize to the Best Spanish Ph. D. Thesis in As­ tronomy and Astrophysics for the period 2000-2001 ex aequo to Dr. A. Zurita and Dr. E. Villaver. This is the second time that the SEA is awarding this prize, which aim is to encourage young spanish astrophysicists to pursue a high level scientific career. The Society is indebted to the Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, and, in particular, to the San Pedro Martir staff, for its hospitality. It is also indebted to the Local Organizing Committee for its dedication and the good atmosphere that prevailed at any moment, and to the Scientific Organizing Committee for its excel­ lent work.


Astronomical Highlights of the SEA decade (Invited Review).- Galaxies and Cosmology.- The Intergalactic Medium Observed in Ly? Absorption.- Simulations of precessing jets.- The case for a universal density profile in clusters of galaxies.- AXIS: An XMM-Newton International Survey.- Dispersion in modeled abundances.- Comparing SFR indicators from multiwavelength data in galaxies at intermediate redshifts.- The CYDER survey and the X-ray faint Universe.- Clusters of Galaxies in X-rays: Dark Matter.- Last results in the GRB field.- Is the IMF varying among ellipticals?.- Lens Effect and CMB Anisotropies: Deviations from Gaussianity.- Type and environmnet dependent luminosity function of galaxies.- Cosmology with Galaxy Clusters through the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect.- The UV opacity of high-redshift galaxies.- SN-Ia and the formation history of early-type galaxies.- Major improvements to estimate luminosity functions using maximum likelihood methods.- Chemical Evolution of CNO Abundances.- Structure formation in the Universe: Weak lensing magnification in the SDSS.- The galaxy cluster RBS380: X-ray and optical analysis.- Optical Continuum Sources in Gravitationally Lensed Quasars.- Line-strength gradients and stellar populations in the bulges of spiral galaxies.- The Extended Structure of Phoenix Dwarf Galaxy.- Spectroscopy of Luminous Blue Compact Galaxies at intermediate z.- Molecular gas in the intergalactic medium of Stephan's Quintet.- The Structure of Dark-Matter Halos: Origin and Evolution.- X-ray spectral properties of XMM-Newton AXIS serendipitous sources.- Weighting the mass of NGC 253: Mid and far infrared spatial distribution.- How to determine the star formation histories in spiral disks.- Nature of emission line galaxies on a survey on the 8200Å atmospheric window.- Fractal universe versus Cosmological principle: Incompatibility or synthesis?.- IR observation of objects at moderate to high redshift through gravitational lenses.- Influence of internal energy on the stability of relativistic flows.- Where are the High Velocity Clouds?.- Lens Effect and CMB Anisotropies: Simulations.- Elliptical galaxies at low z from self-consistent hydrodynamical simulations.- A New spectral stellar library for population synthesis.- HI Content, 3D Structure and Dynamics of the Virgo Cluster Region.- Search for dark matter with the ANIS Experiment.- The Role of Collapse and Merger Events in Elliptical Formation.- Microlensing and extinction in the lens system QSO 0957+561.- Gravitational Microlensing: Current Issues.- Evolution of the space density of quasars from z = 2 to z = 4.- Galaxies and Star Formation.- The properties of the ionized interstellar medium in spiral galaxies.- Corrugations: Spatial and Kinetic Structures.- A photometric study of circumnuclear star forming rings: Broad band data.- Optical and Near-IR Spectrophotometry of CNSFR's: Preliminary Results.- Nebular diagnostics for young stellar populations: Photon escape vs. atmosphere blanketing.- The Local Group galaxies as a stepping stone to the high-z Universe.- Spectroscopy of CSS sources.- Twodimensional Spectroscopy of the starburst galaxy NGC 2782.- Stellar populations in local star-forming galaxies.- Empirical diagnostics of H ii regions based on sulphur emission lines.- The VLBA 2 cm survey: Kinematics of pc-scale structures in active galactic nuclei.- The host environment of nuclear emission-line galaxies.- Extragalactic chemistry of starbursts: the case of M 82.- Stellar Physics.- The tabby cat in the picture puzzle: fitting unusual stars into scenarios of stellar evolution.- Additional Information on multiple stellar systems: An analysis of triple stellar system WDS 00243+5201.- The UV spectrum of Vega.- Magnetic fields in Star Forming Regions.- Theory and modelling of protoplanetary discs.- Rotational modulation of the photospheric and chrosmospheric activity in the young, single K2-dwarf PW And.- Optical tracers of the Outer Galactic Arm.- High resolution spectroscopic survey of single late-type stars members of young moving groups.- Masses and Radii of Stars in the Lower Main Sequence: Comparison with Current Models.- The Stellar Coronae in Active Binary Systems.- VLBI Observations of SiO Masers at 43 and 86 GHz in AGB stars.- Remote Sensing of Astrophysical Magnetic Fields via the Hanle and Zeeman Effects.- Novae, Supernovae and Compact Objects.- Upwind relativistic MHD code for astrophysical applications.- Ten years of supernova spectroscopy.- A search for new microquasars in the Galaxy.- High-resolution radio observations of supernova SN1986J.- Observations of Gamma-Pulsars with MAGIC Telescope.- Recent results on the microquasar LS 5039.- X-Ray Emission from Classical Novae.- Low Mass Objects and Solar System.- Probing the substellar domain in young, nearby star clusters.- Lithium in Brown dwarfs: a new age scale for open clusters.- Asteroids and comets: monoliths or gravitational aggregates?.- Characterization of methane in an astrophysical environment.- Accretion and outflow in T Tauri stars: the ultraviolet view with the HST.- Ion implantation in water ice: Study of the formation of hydrogen peroxide.- The Role of Large Scale Jovian Storms in the Energy Balance of Jupiter.- Protoplanetary Disks in T Tauri and Herbig Ae/Be stars.- Westerlund 1: An extremely massive open cluster in the Milky Way.- Cloud vertical structure at Saturn's Southern Polar Region from HST observations (1997-2001).- Atmospheric circulation of Jovian Extrasolar Planets with large orbital period.- Instrumentation and Data Archives.- On the Threshold of Tomorrow's Astronomy.- The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA).- ALMA observations of nebulae surrounding evolved stars.- Radio Spectroscopy Observations at the Madrid Deep Space Station.- Calar Alto - New Approaches to Maximise Scientific Return.- CanariCam: Progress and Spanish Exploitation.- The MAGIC Telescope for Gamma-Ray Astronomy.- Observations of VHE ?-rays with the HEGRA IACTs system.- LIRIS a new near infrared spectrograph for the WHT: Project status.- Spectrophotometric Calibration of CanariCam: Results and Prospects.- Transformation of the Camera Baker-Nunn of San Fernando: Quick CCD Survey.- Databases and Neural Networks applied to Spectral Classification.- Development of a multi-mission data server at LAEFF.- PARTNeR: A radio telescope for educational use.- A prototype of the GAIA Data Base.- Observations with the ROA CCD Transit Circle in Argentina.- Digitization of Carte du Ciel plates, San Fernando Zone, using a flatbed scanner.- Poster Contributions.- Science with small telescopes: the STARE project.- A photometric study of circumnuclear star forming rings: H? results.- Proton flux prediction: First version of an operational code.- Photometry of the Galactic Open Clusters: NGC 2548 and NGC 1817.- Search for Substellar Companions around Young Nearby Stars.- Extension of the Calibration of Ca II Triplet as Metallicity Indicator.- The long duration GRB 001007: a bright optical afterglow and its host galaxy.- Spectroscopic monitoring with high temporal resolution of the flare star AD Leo.- Ks number counts in the Coppi and Groth strip fields.- The Input Catalogue for the OMC camera on-board INTEGRAL.- COSMOS Survey: U and B Observations of the Groth Strip.- Kinematic evolution of the young stars in the solar neighbourhood.- The [O ii]?3727 Luminosity Function of the Local Universe.- Multiwavelength optical observations of three X ray/EUV selected binaries.- First results from the UCM-CIDA-YALE survey.- Tidal tails of the dwarf satellite galaxies and the Milky Way halo.- Development of an automatic method for the calculation of stellar abundances: Application to the EXPORT sample.- Protoplanetary disks: Detectability and statistical study of C17O(3-2) line.- Future INTEGRAL Observations of Classical Novae.- The starburst Seyfert 2 nucleus of NGC 1808 as seen by XMM-Newton.- GAIA: derivation of stellar parameters.- Radio and X-ray Observations of NGC 1052.- A Catalogue of High-Precision JHK Photometry of a Sample of Over 500 stars.- CanariCam: The Multimode Mid-IR imager for the GTC.- Statistical study of the ISM and star formation in isolated galaxies: A new database.- Kinematics of Planetary Nebulae and Jets in T Tauri stars.- Can interactions be the main star formation mechanism in Wolf-Rayet galaxies?.- The Stellar Content of NGC 5850: A Prototype Double Barred Spiral.- Density determination of ices of astrophysical interest by double-laser interferometry.- Kinematic analysis of the solar neighbourhood.- Recent developments at BOOTES.- Two dwarf galaxies undergoing galactic winds?.- Bubbles features in the edge-on starburst galaxy NGC 4631.- Analysis of the ionizing sources of IRAS 14348-1447 with INTEGRAL.- EURD: Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrograph for the observation of diffuse radiation.- Effect of pulsar timing noise and glitches on ?-pulsar observation.- Contribution of the photospheric magnetic network to the solar cycle irradiance variability.- Atlas of starburst galaxies observed from Canarias.- Multiwavelength VLA observations of the young supernova SN 1993J.- Analysis of the soft X-ray background towards the northern sky.- Spatial distribution of the Galactic X-ray halo absorbing material.- Are S0 Galaxies dynamically different than Spirals?.- A direct and accurate distance to M31 from eclipsing binaries.- A Multi-Frequency Study of 3C 309.1.- Photometric study of GSC 4832.400.- Automated classification of light curves using ANNs.- Transformation of Galaxies by Mergers.- K?-Band Galaxy Counts in the Groth Strip Flanking Fields.- Detection of M supergiants in inner regions of the Galaxy.- Real time access to remote telescopes using web based technology.- Physical conditions and abundances in H ii regions: Ne lines.- Author Index.
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