Zsolt Keszthelyi

Zsolt Keszthelyi
Zsolt Keszthelyi
Researcher
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Department of Physics
Royal Military College of Canada
PO Box 17000, Station Forces
Kingston, Ontario, CANADA
K7K 7B4

PhD candidate (supervisors: G. Wade and D. Hanes)

Mr. Keszthelyi’s research focuses on the evolution of magnetic hot massive stars. MESA (Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics) and the Geneva stellar evolution codes are used for the model computations. Spectropolarimetric observations are obtained using the CFHT (Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope). Mr. Keszthelyi investigates the impact of magnetic fields on massive star evolution, and his model calculations account quantitatively for the evolution of the magnetic field.

Publications

  • The impact and evolution of magnetic confinement in hot stars, 2018, Z. Keszthelyi, G.A. Wade, V. Petit, G. Meynet, C. Georgy, Contributions of the Astronomical Observatory Skalnate Pleso, vol. 48, no. 1, p. 124 - 128
  • Possible pair-instability supernovae at solar metallicity from magnetic stellar progenitors, 2017, C. Georgy, G. Meynet, S. Ekström, G.A. Wade, V. Petit, Z. Keszthelyi, R. Hirschi, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 599, L5
  • The evolution of magnetic hot massive stars: Implementation of the quantitative influence of surface magnetic fields in modern models of stellar evolution, 2017, Z. Keszthelyi, G.A. Wade, V. Petit, International Astronomical Union Symposium No. 329, The Lives and Death-throes of Massive Stars, Conference Proceedings
  • The evolution of magnetic fields in hot stars, 2017, M.E. Oksala, C. Neiner, C. Georgy, N. Przybilla, Z. Keszthelyi, G.A. Wade, S. Mathis, A. Blazère, B. Buysschaert, International Astronomical Union Symposium No. 329, The Lives and Death-throes of Massive Stars, Conference Proceedings
  • Magnetic massive stars as progenitors of `heavy' stellar-mass black holes, 2017, V. Petit, Z. Keszthelyi, R. MacInnis, D.H. Cohen, R.H.D. Townsend, G.A. Wade, S.L. Thomas, S.P. Owocki, J. Puls, A. ud-Doula, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 466, 1052
  • Modeling the early evolution of massive OB stars with an experimental wind routine, 2016, Z. Keszthelyi, J. Puls, G.A. Wade, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 598, A4
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A complete publication list is available from the NASA Astrophysics Data System
A research profile is available at Research Gate.

Conferences

  • 2018, 20 – 31 August, International Astronomical Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, poster presentation (planned)

  • 2018, 18 – 20 January, Canadian Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics, Kingston, Canada, judge

  • 2017, 11 – 12 November, CAE Tier I Teaching Excellence Workshop for Current and Future Astronomy and Space Science Instructors, Syracuse, USA, participant

  • 2017, 28 August - 1 September: Stars with a stable magnetic field, Brno, Czech Republic, contributed talk
  • 2017, 26-30 June: The European Week of Astronomy and Space Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic, invited talk
  • 2016, 28 November - 2 December: International Astronomical Union Symposium No. 329, Auckland, New Zealand, contributed talk
  • 2016, 1-4 May: CFHT User’s Meeting, Nice, France, poster presentation
  • 2015, 7-11 December: 4th Binamics Workshop Melbourne, Florida, USA, contributed talk
  • 2015, 15-19 June: Astrobiology Science Conference, Chicago, USA, Session Organizer and Session Chair: Habitability of Exoplanets / Definition and Boundaries of Habitable Zones
  • 2014, 17-19 September: Magnetism and Variability in O stars Scientific meeting, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, participant
  • 2013, 22-25 July: 13th European Workshop on Astrobiology, European Network of Astrobiology, Szczecin, Poland, poster presentation

Research Visits

  • 2017, 31 June - 2 August, Geneva Observatory, Sauverny, Switzerland
  • 2016, 6 - 14 October, Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Victoria, Canada

Student supervision

Martin Carrington (Queen’s University, BSc, summer internship 2016, undergraduate project 2016-2017), currently MSc student at University of Toronto

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