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19
Gener 2018

Deep Learning in Space


Inici: 12:15h
Ponent: Pau Rodríguez López (Centre de Visió per Computador (CVC))
Lloc: Alberto Lobo seminar room

Deep Learning, a connectionist Machine Learning field inspired in biology has revolutionized AI, especially Computer Vision, and it has now great impact on healthcare, industry, media, transport, and science. In this seminar we'll take a quick look on how deep learning works and how it can improve…
Inici: 12:15h
Ponent: Pau Rodríguez López (Centre de Visió per Computador (CVC))
Lloc: Alberto Lobo seminar room

Deep Learning, a connectionist Machine Learning field inspired in biology has revolutionized AI, especially Computer Vision, and it has now great impact on healthcare, industry, media, transport, and science. In this seminar we'll take a quick look on how deep learning works and how it can improve the detection of new exoplanets, track orbits, know galaxies, and much more.
26
Gener 2018

The role of black holes in regulating star formation


Inici: 12:15h
Ponent: Ignacio Martín Navarro (University of Santa Cruz)
Lloc: Sala Alberto Lobos

Black holes are a fundamental ingredient in our current understanding of galaxy formation. In the absence of their feedback, state-of-the-art numerical simulations fail to match the observed properties of massive galaxies. Effectively, within a Lambda Cold Dark Matter Universe, black holes reconcile…
Inici: 12:15h
Ponent: Ignacio Martín Navarro (University of Santa Cruz)
Lloc: Sala Alberto Lobos

Black holes are a fundamental ingredient in our current understanding of galaxy formation. In the absence of their feedback, state-of-the-art numerical simulations fail to match the observed properties of massive galaxies. Effectively, within a Lambda Cold Dark Matter Universe, black holes reconcile cosmology and galaxy formation theories by regulating baryonic processes. However, despite of this widely-accepted and fundamental role, evidence of black hole regulated star formation remains elusive. I will present our observational efforts to characterize and understand the interplay between black hole activity and star formation, based on detailed stellar populations analyses. Our observations show that black hole and stellar population properties are tightly related, calling for a rich and complex observational framework where star formation, black holes and chemical enrichment evolve coupled in time.
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