IV IAG Science Day

Data: 
22/10/2019 - 08:00 - 23/10/2019 - 18:00
Local: 
Auditório Prof. Dr. Paulo Benevides Soares (Rua do Matão, 1226, Cidade Universitária)

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IV IAG Science Day - Program



Transmissão online: https://youtu.be/io0GpKgiTZ0

 

Tuesday (Oct. 22)

09:30 -- 10:50 - Session I

10:50 -- 11:20 - Café

11:20 -- 12:30 - Session II

12:30 -- 14:00 - Lunch

14:00 -- 15:20 - Session III

15:20 -- 16:00 - Café

16:00 -- 17:20 - Session IV



Wednesday (Oct. 23)

09:30 -- 10:50 - Session V

10:50 -- 11:20 - Café

11:20 -- 12:30 - Session VI

12:30 -- 14:00 - Lunch

14:00 -- 15:20 - Session VII

15:20 -- 16:00 - Café de encerramento



Session I  - 09:30 -- 10:50

Chairs: Alex C. Carciofi / Pedro Ticiani



Abertura (Pedro Leite da Silva Dias)

1 - Cosmic Magnetic Field from Cosmological Simulations (Stela Adduci Faria)

2 - Fe-Bearing pollution nanoparticles in animal tissues (Andrea Ustra)

3 - Hydroclimatological patterns in São Paulo mesoscale basins (Eduardo Fernandes Henriques)

4 - Cosmic Web Connections: linking the properties of Galaxy Clusters and Filaments (Natália Crepaldi Del Coco)

5 - Impacts of future urbanization on severe weather occurrences over the Metropolitan Area of São Paulo (MASP) (Mariana Fadigatti Picolo)

6 - Testing a São Francisco/Congo-North China-Rio de la Plata connection in Columbia at 1.79 Ga based on paleomagnetic and geological data (Manoel Souza DAgrella Filho)

7 - South Atlantic Dipole changes and impacts on the South America climate under the climate change aspect (Anderson Augusto Bier)
8 - Inferring density contrast in the South American lithosphere from gravity data (Denise Silva de Moura)
9 - Application of the adjoint method in multiparameter full waveform inversion (Claus Naves Eikmeier)
10 - Rotation and Stellar evolution: observations x models (André Luiz Figueiredo)
11 - Geophysics for Mineral Exploration (Marco Antonio Couto Junior)
12 - Design, Assembly and Test of G-CLEF’s Exposure Meter (Henrique Lupinari)
13 - Strange Kilonova Nucleosynthesis (Antonio Lucas de Castro Bernardo)

 



Session II - 11:20 -- 12:30

Chairs: André Figueiredo / Alex C. Carciofi

1 - Halo-scale feedback from jets and SNe (Roderik Overzier)

2 - Artificial neural networks in wind and wave modelling and forecasting (Antonio José Homsi Goulart)

3 - Integrate to Investigate (Lucas Sampaio de Amorim)

4 - Adjoint Tomography of South America based on 3D Spectral-Element Seismic Wave Simulations (Caio Henrique Ciardelli)

5 - Busca por um exoplaneta "tipo Tatooine" após a morte de uma das estrelas do sistema binário (Elielson Soares Pereira)

6 - The Effect of wind shear on thunderstorms lightning activity: a case study in the Amazon Basin (Pedro Augusto Sampaio Messias Ribeiro)

7 - How can we find new quasars in the Universe? (Lilianne Mariko Izuti Nakazono)

8 - Modeling of HTEM Data Anomalies for Mineral Exploration in the Quadrilatero Ferrifero, MG (Gabriela Serejo de Oliveira)

9 - Winds from the dark (Ivan Carlos de Almeida)

10 - How can air pollution affect elderly´s health ? (Natannael Almeida Sousa)

11 - Eyes on Phact: unraveling a Be star and its disk (Amanda Caveagna Rubio)

12 - Validação de redes de detecção de descargas elétricas baseado em Contadores de Raios (Renato Borlino Casagrandi)

13 - Measuring Cosmic Magnetic Fields using Polarimetric data (Giovani Heinzen Vicentin)

14 - Possíveis relações entre ozônio troposférico e saúde humana (Jayne Sousa Silva)

15 - Age, metallicity and reddening determination of stellar clusters using S-PLUS integrated colors (Gabriel Fabiano de Souza)



Session III - 14:00 -- 15:20

Chairs: Gastão B. de Lima Neto / Tajan Amorin



1 - Mapping the lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary in central South America from receiver function measurements (Julia Carolina Rivadeneyra Vera)

2 - Using deep learning to make black hole weather forecasting (Roberta Duarte Pereira)

3 - Why data journalism is important to (data) scientists? (Leonardo Yoshiaki Kamigauti)

4 - Modelagem e inversão com dados de métodos potenciais do terreno granito-greenstone Rio das Velhas no noroeste do quadrilátero ferrífero (Caio Alencar de Matos)
5 -  To Be or not to Be: Unveiling Be Star parameters (Matheus Genaro Dantas Xavier)
6 - Improving lithospheric resolution in seismic tomography (Israel Augusto Dragone)
7 - Propagation of Cosmic Rays and their Secondaries in the Intracluster Medium (Saqib Hussain)
8 - Regional heatwaves as a multi-scales combination of the involved meteorological systems: a global study emphasizing South America (Isaque Saes Lanfredi)
9 - Galaxy clusters in the S-PLUS survey (Lia Doubrawa)
10 - Late Diapirism in Post-Collisional Plutons? (Gelson Ferreira de Souza Junior)
11 - Populações de estrelas de nêutrons (Lívia Silva Rocha)
12 - Air Quality projections for Brazil (Daniel Schuch)
13 - Black Hole Feedback in Galaxies using Cosmological Simulations (Paramita Barai)
14 - Validation of NMME seasonal climate forecasts over Brazilian regions (Jose Paulo de Oliveira Flores)



Session IV - 16:00 -- 17:20

Chairs: Alex C. Carciofi / Amanda Rubio



1 - Investigação da CLP na RMSP usando o modelo LES (Janet Valdes Tito)

2 - Fermi-LAT observations of Sagittarius A*: the Galactic Center supermassive black hole in the MeV to GeV energy range (Fabio Cafardo)

3 - Barite Prospecting Supported by Electrical Methods (Fabiana Pereira Lasmar)

4 - Isolated luminous galaxies and their satellite galaxies (Juliana C R Abboud)

5 - Estimativa da temperatura do ar por satélite (Rodrigo Lustosa)

6 - Why early-type galaxies are not boring (Ariel Werle)

7 - Paleomagetic and Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility (AMS) study of the 1752 My Acid rocks from the Novo Horizonte Formation (Bahia) (João Pedro Rodriguez Pinto)

8 - Looking for metal-poor stars (Guilherme Limberg)

9 - Low dimensional dynamical systems insights on geomanetic reversal processes (Breno Raphaldini)

10 - A visual classification of dwarf galaxies from S-PLUS (Isabela Souza de Almeida Garcia)

11 - Deep Convection Invigoration in Amazonia: Observations and Comparison with Satellite Estimates (Camila da Cunha Lopes)

12 - Photometric data and image analysis of the S-PLUS using artificial intelligence (Vitor Martins Cernic / Ingrid Boleto / Natanael Cardoso / William Yuuiti)

13 - Towards a real-time vehicular emissions inventory (Sergio Ibarra-Espinosa)

14 - You spin me round (like a black hole) (Gustavo Soares)

15 - Aplicação da Geofísica na Arborização Urbana (Marcelo Farias Caetano)



Session V - 09:30 -- 10:50

Chairs:  André Figueiredo / Stella Adduci Faria



1 - Cosmic distribution of aromatics and other species of biotic interest (Carla Canelo)

2 - Analysis of the Spatial and Temporal Variability of Gases and Particulate Material Concentrations in the Sao Paulo Metropolitan Region and its Transport to other regions using Satellite Images and Numerical Modeling (Noelia Rojas Benavente)

3 - Knowing about clouds from the star light: estimation of emission line equivalent widths from galaxy continuum spectra (Laerte Sodré Jr)

4 - Paleomagnetism of Archean rocks (Caio Augusto Deiroz Amaral)

5 - Observational investigation of the Low-Level Jets in the metropolitan region of São Paulo, Brazil (Maciel Piñero Sánchez)

6 - Heating mechanisms of protostellar accretion disks (Natália Fernanda de Souza Andrade)

7 - Desenvolvimento de algoritmo de inversão não-linear para estimativa de profundidade de fundação por perfilagem magnética (Matheus Carlos de Souza Santos)

8 - How well spectral fitting performs? (Geraldo Gonçalves dos Santos Junior)

9 - Atmospheric Aerosols in Sao Paulo (Maria de Fatima Andrade)

10 - Distance to high-mass star-forming regions using Gaia-DR2: the W3 complex (Felipe Navarete)

11 - Nazca plate buoyancy and mantle convection under the Pantanal Basin (Jamison Assunção)

12 -Previsão de Curto Prazo a partir de um Radar Meteorológico Polarimétrico (Andrea Salomé Viteri López)

13 - High Energy Processes in Black Hole Systems (Juan Carlos Rodríguez Ramírez)

14 - Qualidade do ar em áreas urbanas (Thiago Nogueira)

15 - Alternative diagnostic diagrams for galaxy classification (Catarina Aydar)



Session VI - 11:20 -- 12:30

Chairs: Felipe Navarete / Fernanda Nogueira



1 - Optical Transients in Wide Field Surveys (Alessandro Ederoclite)

2 - Understanding the extreme precipitation events in the Macrometrópole Paulista (Thamiris Luisa de Oliveira Brandão Campos)

3 - Sunspots rotation periods through the solar activity cycles (Gabriela Carvalho Silva)

4 - Aerossóis ultrafinos (Rubens Fabio Pereira)

5 - The many faces of the Seyfert galaxy NGC 5643 (Pedro Henrique Cezar Remião de Macedo)

6 - Influência da convecção mantélica na evolução da margem continental brasileira (João Pedro Macedo Silva)

7 - Study of Particle Acceleration in Magnetized Relativistic Jets (Tania Elizabeth Medina Torrejón)

8 - Os efeitos 3D das nuvens sobre o balanço de radiação em superfície e variação das propriedades das nuvens em dois sítios característicos do Brasil (Jorge Rosas Santana)

9 - A search for age and metallicity gradients in the Magellanic Bridge (Raphael Augusto Pereira de Oliveira)

10 - High-resolution environmental record of banded iron formations through rock magnetic, crystallographic and geochemical properties (Livia Paula Vaz Teixeira)

11 - AGN versus Star Formation Feedback in the Evolution of Galaxy Outflows (William Eduardo Clavijo Bohorquez)

12 - Time evolution of habitable zones around exoplanet host M dwarfs constrained by magneto-kinematic chronology (Diego Lorenzo de Oliveira)

13 - Efeito urbano na precipitação: um estudo de caso na Região Metropolitana de São Paulo (Yusvelis Maribel Barzaga Ramirez)

14 - Qualidade do ar em Botucatu (Rafaela Squizzato)
15 - High precision polarimetry meets space photometry (Ariane Cristina Fonseca Silva)



Session VII - 14:00 -- 15:20

Chairs: Victor Sacek / Alex C. Carciofi



1 - Building a test apparatus for exure analysis (Décio de Moura Rinaldi)

2 - Future land use and land cover simulation of Paraná River Basin: a support to regional atmospheric modeling (Carolyne Bueno Machado)
3 - Porosity and permeability study in sandstones with deformation bands (Letícia Rangel Dantas)
4 - Resfriamento radiativo no ambiente de buracos negros (Artur Vemado)
5 - Concentrações de Dióxido de Carbono (CO2) na Região Metropolitana de São Paulo: medidas em superfície e sensoriamento remoto (Marcos Augusto Stoco)
6 - Why apply the Magnetotelluric Method in the Northern Paraguay Belt? (Alane Neves Barbosa)
7 - Conspicuous features around young stellar clusters (Thainá Aragão Sabino)
8 - How does smoke from fires affect light transmittance inside the Amazon Rainforest? A case study using a 3D model (Jeová Ramos da Silva Junior)
9 - The searching for new solar twins: The Inti survey for all sky (Jhon Yana Galarza)
10 - A influência dos fatores meteorológicos na mortalidade em idosos para três cidades do Estado de São Paulo: Perspectivas no clima futuro (Franciele Silva de Barros)
11 - Particle acceleration and very high energy emission around black hole sources (Svetlana Kocheleva)
12 - Seismic Intensity Attenuation for Intraplate Earthquakes in Brazil with the Re‐Evaluation of Historical Seismicity (Lúcio Quadros)
13 - Impacts of the dust transport from the Sahara Desert to the radiative budget over the Atlantic Ocean and the Amazon (Lucas Ferreira Correa)
 
 
 
ANNOUNCEMENTE/CALL FOR REGISTRATION
 
We are pleased to invite you to the 4th IAG Science Day on October 22th and 23th, 2019. This workshop is an opportunity for all IAG members to present a concise summary of their research to all the other members of our institute.
 
Deadline: October 14th
 
Picture yourself at an important conference in your field. You meet a very famous, Nobel-prize winning scientist in the conference, who asks: “Tell me about your work”. You know you just have a few minutes to answer. What would you say?
 
Give us your answer at the IAG Science Day! :)
 
The GROUND RULES are:
 
- 4-minute presentations followed by 1 minute questions from the audience
- Be concise and to the point!
- Everybody is invited: undergraduate, master and PhD students, post-docs and professors
 
 
- All members are treated equally, regardless of their status
- Presentations can be either in English or in Portuguese
- Long coffee-breaks will be served to allow plenty of time for discussion
 
It is advisable to practice your talks and make sure that you can say what you want to say within 4 minutes. But you can also deliver an impromptu speech and just keep talking until your time is up. The idea is to present and discuss our research projects in a constructive and relaxed environment.
 
See you all there,
 
The Organizing Committee
 
 
 
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