Accretion as a central engine of the universe
CNRS - Université Paris-Saclay
While primordial universe was extremely uniform, it is now deeply
structured with huge density contrasts from galaxy clusters to planets.
This implies that intense episodes of accretion are taking place recursively at all spatial scales. How does it exactly happen and what role are these accretion events playing ? During the talk I will focus on three particular types of objects, namely the molecular clouds, the proto-stellar clusters and the late proto-planetary discs. For each of these three cases, I will describe how accretion proceeds and how it contributes, together with other physical processes, to drive the evolution of the system.
|Date: ||Friday, 12 May 2017|
|Where: ||Université Laval|
| ||Pavillon Vachon|
|Contact: ||Gilles Joncas|