Great Plenary Meeting: PM10

26 - 27 June 2017 at EWASS 2017, Prague, Czech Republic

These pages hold meeting materials for this plenary meeting, thus presentations, talk abstracts, current programme.

Programme for the GREAT Science Symposium-S2

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Science Symposium S2: Gaia Research for European Astronomy Training: GREAT Network Science Symposium Location: TBD

Mon 26 June 2017

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S2 - Session 1:

Session Chair: TBC

Gaia DR1 Science I

09.00-10.30

09.00

Welcome

Anthony Brown

Leiden, NL

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09.00

The stellar content and dynamics of the solar neighborhood from Gaia DR1 data

Jo Bovy

University Of Toronto, Canada

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09.15

Revisiting the Tale of Hercules with GAIA DR1: How Stars Orbiting the Lagrange Points Visit the Sun

Chris Wegg

MPE, Munich, Germany

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09.30

Blue streams and star formation with Gaia DR1

Joao Alves

University of Vienna, Austria

pdf

09.45

Empirical calibration of the Gaia Red Clump

Laura Ruiz Dern

Observatoire de Paris, Meudon, France

pdf

10.00

Updated 3D tomography of the Local ISM based on Gaia distances and composite databases

Rosine Lallement

Observatoire de Paris, Meudon, France

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10.15

A Gaia TGAS search for runaway supergiant stars in the Magellanic Clouds

Danny Lennon

EASC, Spain

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10.30-11.00

COFFEE

11.00-12.30

PLENARY TALKS

12.30-14.00

LUNCH

Symposium S2 - Session 2:

Session Chair: TBC

Gaia / DPAC/ GREAT Status

14.00-15.30

14.00

Gaia Mission Status

Timo Prusti

ESTEC, ESA

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14.15

Gaia data processing status and news

Anthony Brown

Leiden, NL

pdf

14.45

Gaia Photometric Catalogue: DR1 results and DR2 expectations

Francesca De Angeli

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

15.00

Radial Velocities from Gaia

Ronny Blomme

Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium

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15.15

Gaia-GREAT: News and status

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

15.30-16.00

COFFEE

Symposium S2 - Session 3:

Session Chair: TBC

Gaia DR1 science II

16.00-17.30

16.00

Kinematic structure in the Milky Way as Seen by Gaia

Wyn Evans

IoA, Cambridge, UK

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16.15

An intricate Galaxy disk: velocity asymmetries in Gaia-TGAS

Teresa Antoja

Institut De Ciencies Del Cosmos, Barcelona, Spain

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16.30

Assessing distances and consistency of stellar kinematics in Gaia/TGAS

Ralph Schoenrich

1University Of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

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16.45

Testing Gaia parallaxes with local Cepheids and RR Lyrae stars

Tatiana Muraveva

INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico Di Bologna, Bologna, Italy

pdf

17.00

A first Gaia look at inner halo

Giuliano Iorio

University Of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

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17.15

The Disc Red Clump stars with TGAS, APOGEE and LAMOST

Iulia Simion

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Shanghai, China

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Tue 27 June 2017

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S2 - Session 4:

Session Chair: TBC

Gaia DR1 Science III

09.00-10.30

09.00

A detailed study of binary stars with TGAS

Henri Boffin

ESO, Garching, Germany

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09.15

Mapping the Transient Sky with Gaia

Simon Hodgkin

IoA, Cambridge, UK

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09.30

Nuclear transients in Gaia

Zuzanna Kostrzewa-Rutkowska

SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Utrecht, the Netherlands

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09.45

Testing the local model of the Milky Way thin disk with TGAS-RAVE sample

Kseniia Sysoliatina

Astronomisches Rechen-Institut (ARI), Heidelberg, Germany

pdf

10.00

Measuring the Sun's Motion with Stellar Streams

Kyahti Malhan

Observatoire Astronomique De Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France

pdf

10.15

An artificial neural network to discover hypervelocity stars: candidates in Gaia DR1/TGAS

Elena Rossi

Leiden, NL

pdf

10.30-11.00

COFFEE

11.00-12.30

PLENARY TALKS

12.30-14.00

LUNCH

Symposium S2 - Session 5:

Session Chair: TBC

Gaia networking, synergies with other surveys

14.00-15.30

14.00

Ground-based spectroscopy to complement Gaia

Sofia Feltzing

Lund Observatory, Lund, Sweden

pdf

14.15

The APOGEE-TGAS red-giant sample: Precision chemo-dynamics in the extended solar vicinity

Friedrich Anders

Leibniz-Institut fuer Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP), Potsdam, Germany

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14.30

The Lives of Stars as Seen in the TGAS-LAMOST-RAVE Dataset

John Vickers

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Shanghai, China

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14.45

The WHT Extreme Aperture Velocity Explorer (WEAVE) surveys of the Milky-Way in synergy with Gaia

Vanessa Hill

Laboratoire Lagrange, OCA, UCA, CNRS, Nice, France

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15.00

High-accuracy radio astrometry with VLBI

Mareki Honma

NAOJ, Ohshu, Japan

pdf

15.30-16.00

COFFEE

Symposium S2 - Session 6:

Session Chair: TBC

Special session: Synergies with radio astrometry

16.00-17.30

16.00

The future of the International Celestial Reference Frame

Patrick Charlot

Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux, Pessac, France

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16.15

VLBI radio-sources stability and celestial reference fram

Cesar Gattano

Paris Observatory - SYRTE, Paris, France

pdf

16.30

VLBI-Gaia offsets favour parsec-scale jet direction in active galactic nuclei

Yuri Kovalev

Astro Space Center of Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia

pdf

16.45

Results of 2-8 GHz core-shift measurements in a large sample of AGNs and their astrometric implications

Alexander Plavin

Astro Space Center of Lebedev Physics Institute, Dolgoprudny, Russian Federation

pdf

17.00

VLBI astrometry to star-forming regions in the Gould Belt

Gisela Ortiz-Leon

Max Planck Institute For Radio Astronomy, Bonn, Germany

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17.15

Radio stellar kinematics of YSOs in the Orion Core

Sergio Dzib

Max Planck Institute For Radio Astronomy, Bonn, Germany

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Note: The programme for Session 6: Synergies with radio astrometry is organised by Kazi Rygl.

Posters for Symposium 2

Registration and Logistics

Location of Meeting Rooms

Information for Oral Presentations

Information for Poster Presentations

Wireless Internet

Pre-Meeting Abstract Submission Information

The local meeting page has details concerning Registration and logistics - see http://eas.unige.ch/EWASS2017/venue.jsp

At this stage all those wishing to present are invited to signup with some details of their talk or poster idea. There is a page for each of the themed sessions linked from the meeting wiki. Thus, choose which session most fits your presentation topic and add to the page at:

All submissions received by Wed 8th March 2017 will be considered, with the final programme being drawn up and published by mid Apr 2017.

Note - if you are having trouble adding directly to the wiki pages - then send your details by email to mailto:great@ast.cam.ac.uk

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