Talks

This is a list of selected talks and posters mostly presented at conferences, workshops and seminars.

  1. Talk, Magnetic Massive Stars, SPI-MAX seminar, Oxford, UK
  2. Invited Talk, Turbulent Lives of Massive Stars, Oxford Astrophysics Colloquium, Oxford, UK
  3. Talk, Stellar Population Synthesis, binary_c days, Cambridge, UK
  4. Discussion Starter (Talk), What are the consequences of the most massive stars (likely) being products of binary evolution?, Lorentz Center Workshop “The Impact of Massive Binaries Throughout the Universe”, Leiden, Netherlands, Jul 2015
  5. Invited Talk, Modern tools for the modelling of stellar evolution of massive stars, European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, Tenerife, Spain, Jun 2015
  6. Best Phd thesis award talk, Massive Stars and Stellar Populations, Physical Institute, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany, Apr 2015
  7. Talk, The ages of massive stars in 30 Doradus, VFTS Consortium Meeting, Sheffield, United Kingdom, Mar 2015
  8. Phd colloquium, Statistical Analyses of Massive Stars and Stellar Populations, Bonn, Germany, Feb 2015
  9. Invited Talk, The most massive stars, SPIMAX seminar, Oxford, United Kingdom, Nov 2014
  10. Invited Talk, The ages of massive stars in 30 Doradus, Astrophysics Seminar, Sheffield, United Kingdom, Nov 2014
  11. Talk, The age structure of 30 Doradus—Dissecting the largest starburst in the local Universe, Group seminar, Bonn, Germany, Aug 2014
  12. Talk, Ages of the O stars in 30 Doradus, VFTS Consortium Meeting, IAA, Granada, Spain, Feb 2014
  13. Talk, The BONNSAI project: first applications, Group seminar, Bonn, Germany, Nov 2013
  14. Poster, The BONNSAI project: a statistical comparison of individual stars with stellar evolution, Binary star conference, University of Leuven, Belgium, Sep 2013
  15. Contributed Talk, The most massive stars — How stellar evolution shapes the mass function, Massive stars conference, Rhodes, Greece, Jun 2013
  16. Talk, The BONNSAI project: determining stellar parameters, Group seminar, Bonn, Germany, Apr 2013
  17. Talk, The BONNSAI project, VFTS Consortium Meeting, AIfA, Bonn, Germany, Mar 2013
  18. Contributed Talk, What the present day mass function tells us about the massive stellar content of star clusters, Annual Meeting of the Astronomische Gesellschaft, Hamburg, Germany, Sep 2012
  19. Talk, Update on the most massive stars in the Arches and Quintuplet clusters, VFTS Consortium Meeting, STScI, Baltimore (MD), USA, Sep 2012
  20. Poster, Hot news from hot couples — How binary evolution shapes the mass function, 30 Dor Workshop, STScI, Baltimore (MD), USA, Sep 2012
  21. Invited Talk, The most massive stars — How binary evolution shapes the mass function, Stellar Astrophysics Seminar, STScI, Baltimore (MD), USA, Sep 2012
  22. Talk, HOW TO: Identifying stars, Group seminar, Bonn, Germany, Aug 2012
  23. Talk, The most massive stars in the Arches and Quintuplet clusters, VFTS Consortium Meeting, La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain, Mar 2012
  24. Contributed Talk, The effects of stellar and close binary evolution on the present-day mass function, National Astronomy Meeting, Manchester, United Kingdom, Mar 2012
  25. Talk, Binary interactions and the mass function, Group seminar, Bonn, Germany, Feb 2012
  26. Talk, Neutrinos from supernova 1987A, Group seminar, Bonn, Germany, Apr 2011