24 - 26 de Setembro de 2009
History of Astronomy in Portugal: Theories, Institutions and Practices
Museu de Ciência da Universidade de Lisboa

   
         
 

Participantes

 

Participantes estrangeiros

Roberto de Andrade Martins (Unicamp, Brasil)-
"The interaction between academic thought and nautical knowledge in Portugal and Spain"

Ugo Baldini (Universit?degli Studi di Padova)-
"The first concrete testimony of telescopic astronomy in Portugal: Giovanni Paolo Lembo's lessons in S.Antão"

Jim Bennett (Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford)-
"The European Geography of Eighteenth-Century Astronomy" (título provisório)

José Chabas (University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)-
"Traditions in computational astronomy in the Iberian Peninsula in Late Middle Ages".

Michael Hoskin (University of Cambridge)-
"The cosmovision of the dolmen builders of south-west Europe"

Sérgio Nobre (Unesp, Rio Claro, Brasil)-
"The astronomy presented by Isidore of Seville in his Etymologiae"

José Vaquero (University of Extremadura, Spain)-
"Long-term evolution of the Sun from Iberian historical documents".

Carlos Ziller Camenietzski (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)-
"Astrônomos e Astrólogos de Portugal Restaurado" (titulo provisório).

 

Participantes portugueses

Vitor Bonifácio (University of Aveiro)-
"The beginning of astrophysics in Portugal"

António Costa Canas (Escola Naval, Lisbon) -
"A introdução do Almanaque Náutico em Portugal"

Paulo Crawford / Ana Simões (FCUL, CIUHCT) -
"Astronomers and the Principle of Relativity: a Portuguese case study"

Fernando Figueiredo (University of Coimbra)-
"Astronomy in the Mathematics Faculty of the Coimbra University after Pombal's University Reform (1772-1820)"

Henrique Leitão (FCUL, CIUHCT) -
"A mathematical and astronomical "miracle": the dial of Achaz" (título provisório)

Isabel Malaquias (University of Aveiro)-
"Between Astronomy and instrumentation - João Jacinto de Magalhães, an 18th century remarkable case"

Helmuth Malonek / T. Costa (University of Aveiro) -
"Francisco Miranda da Costa Lobo - a Portuguese astronomer and his attempts to open Portugal to the Scientific World"

Pedro Raposo (University of Oxford/OAL)-
"Observatory of Lisbon: the last "big science" undertaking of classical astronomy?"

Luís Tirapicos (MCUL, CIUHCT)
"Instruments and astronomical observations at the Jesuit College of Santo Antão-o-Novo, 1724-1759"

 
 

 

 
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