The main topic of the conference will be the presentation of scientific research activities of young astronomers in various areas of space research. In particular, university students of all levels are invited to the conference to present the results of their research achieved not only during the preparation of their theses. In addition to presentations, participants can also discuss the possibilities of mutual cooperation in the field of astronomical research in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The meeting of students of astronomy and astrophysics studying at Czech and Slovak universities will take place in the afternoon of June 10th, 2022 in Planetárium Ostrava. The meeting will be a part of the general assembly of the Czech Astronomical Society. The meeting will be followed by a social dinner attended also by senior participants, thus there will be an opportunity for various interactions and discussions. After the meeting, registered students may stay for Saturday and Sunday and attend the other programme of the general assembly (for an extended fee), which will include several talks given by professional astronomers. Please note that the official meeting language for Saturday and Sunday is Czech. Those staying for Saturday and Sunday MUST fill the return!
When: June 10th, 2022, 13:00-17:00
Where: Planetárium Ostrava
Accommodation: A number of rooms were reserved at the dormitory of the Vysoká škola báňská - Technická univerzita Ostrava. The dorm is in the walking distance from Planetárium. The price is 500 CZK per night. For those coming from a large distance it is also possible to arrange the accomodation for the night Thursday/Friday (June 9th/June 10th).
Meeting language: English
Registration fee: 200 CZK for the Student meeting. The fee for those staying over the whole general assembly is announced within the official information about the general assembly in the return ("návratka").
Registration form: via Google Forms here.
Registration deadline: 13th May 2022
|13.05||Jan Kotek||Numerical simulations in solar atmosphere|
|13.20||Sofya Belov||Numerical simulations of dynamic processes in the solar corona|
|13.35||Marta García Rivas||The role of vertical magnetic fields on the evolution of solar spots|
|13.50||Jiří Wollmann||Modelling of spectral line asymmetries observed during stellar flares|
|14.10||Małgorzata Pietras||Stellar Flares from the First Three Years of TESS Observations|
|14.25||Kamil Bicz||Starspots Modelling and Flare Analysis on Selected MV Stars|
|14.40||Jan Kára||Unravelling the Structure of Cataclysmic Variables|
|14.55||Pavol Mártonfi||Emission spectral lines in the spectra of symbiotic system AX Persei|
|15.30||Jaroslav Merc||New Online Database of Symbiotic Variables as a tool for understanding the symbiotic population|
|15.45||Viktor Zabolotnii||Slovak Virtual Observatory|
|16.00||Jakub Kolář||Doubly eclipsing systems|
|16.15||Jakub Cehula||A theory of binary mass transfer|
|16.35||Tahere Ramezani||Observing of Star Clusters in Ultraviolet|
|16.50||Kristína Kallová||Peering through the veil: using hard X-ray spectroscopy to probe the circum-nuclear environment in NGC 3982|
|17.05||Nikolaos Samaras||Theory of Milgromian Dynamics & Simulations|
|17.20||Robin Eappen||Early-Type galaxies in MOND|
|17.35||Samuel Amrich||Design and construction of hardware and software for autonomous observations of Transient Luminous Events|
|17.50||Closing remarks, break|
|18.00||Brankica Kubátová||Hot massive stars and their winds as cosmic engines (invited talk)|
|18.30||End of the session|
|19.00 – 24.00||Dinner in Planetárium|