Great Plenary Meeting: PM6

10 - 12 July 2013 at EWASS 2013, Turku, Finland

These pages hold meeting materials for this plenary meeting, thus presentations, talk abstracts, current programme. See also the top level GREAT-PM6 page

Programme for the GREAT Special Meeting-SM5

v20130618: Final Programme (v3)

Wed 10 Jul 2013

What

Who

Institute

Slides

Special Meeting SM5: GREAT Location: Room - Goto33

GREAT Open Session/ GREAT Meeting Reports pdf

16.15-16.25

Welcome and GREAT Programme News

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge

pdf

16.25-16.40

School Report: The art of the Observational Campaigns, IAC, Tenerife, E, Sep 2012

Francisco Garzon Lopez

IAC, La Laguna, E

pdf

16.40-16.55

School Report: GREAT Astrostatistics School, Alicante, Jun 2013

Luis Manuel Sarro

UNED, Madrid, E

pdf

16.55-17.10

Conference Report: First Results from the Gaia-ESO Survey, Nice, F, Apr 2013

Piercarlo Bonifacio

Obs Paris, Paris, F

17.10-17.25

Workshop Report: Stellar analyses in the Gaia-ESO Survey: towards the first Data Release, AIP, Potsdam, D, Sep 2012

Andreas Korn

Upsalla, S

pdf

17.25-17.35

Workshop Report: Gaia and Exoplanets: GREAT Synergies on the Horizon, Nov 2012, Torino, Italy

Alessandro Sozzetti

OATO-INAF, Torino, I

pdf

17.35-17.45

School Announcement: The Galaxy, Stellar Composition and Dynamics, Tenerife, Sep 2013, IAC, Tenerife, E, Sep 2012

Francisco Garzon Lopez

IAC, La Laguna, E

pdf

Programme for the GREAT Science Symposium-S11

v20130623: Final Programme (v4)

Science Symposium S11: Gaia Research for European Astronomy Training: GREAT Network Science Symposium Location: Room - Logi3 pdf

Thu 11 Jul 2013

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S11 - Session 1:

Session Chair: Karri Muinonen

Gaia & GREAT Missions and Project Updates and Status

11.00-11.10

Welcome

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

11.10-11.40

Gaia-ESA: Gaia Status and News

Timo Prusti

ESTEC, ESA

pdf

11.40-12.10

Gaia-DPAC: Status and News (Data Processing & Analysis Consortium)

Anthony Brown

Leiden, NL

pdf

12.10-12.30

Gaia-GREAT: Status and News

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

12.30-13.30

LUNCH

Symposium S11 - Session 2:

Session Chair: Nicholas Walton

GREAT Surveys and Instruments: 4MOST / MOONS / WEAVE and Gaia-ESO

13.30-13.55

WEAVE: A new wide-field multi-object spectrograph for the William Herschel Telescope

Gavin Dalton

Oxford, UK

pdf

13.55-14.20

MOONS: a new multi-object spectrograph for the VLT

Michele Cirasuolo

UKATC, Edinburgh, UK

pdf

14.20-14.45

The 4MOST Facility

Olivier Schnurr

IAP, Potsdam, D

pdf

14.45-15.10

Open clusters in the Gaia ESO survey

Antonella Vallenari

OAPD-INAF, Padua, I

15.10-15.25

Open clusters as tracers of the external disk

Tristan Cantat

OAPD-INAF, Padua, I

pdf

15.25-15.30

MEETING PHOTO

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15.30-16.00

TEA/COFFEE

Symposium S11 - Session 3:

Session Chair: Timo Prusti

Gaia/GREAT Surveys: Gaia-ESO Survey

16.00-16.15

Massive stars in the Gaia-ESO Survey

Ronny Blomme

ROB, Brussels, B

pdf

16.15-16.30

Exploring the Variable Sky with LINEAR

Lovro Palaversa

Obs Geneva, Geneva, CH

pdf

16.30-16.45

Chemodynamical evolution of the extended solar neighbourhood

Andreas Just

ZfA, Heidelberg, D

pdf

16.45-17.00

Stellar populations in disks and bulge in chemodynamical simulations

Kobayashi Chiaki

Herts, UK

Symposium S11 - Session 4:

Session Chair: Karri Muinonen

Gaia and The Solar System

17.00-17.15

The Solar System as seen by Gaia

Paolo Tanga

OCA, Nice, F

pdf

17.15-17.25

Detecting temporarily-captured natural Earth satellites with Gaia

Mikael Granvik

Helsinki, FI

17.25-17.40

Asteroid taxonomy from Gaia observations

Alberto Cellino

OATO-INAF, Torino, I

pdf

17.40-17.50

Simulation method for realistic asteroid spectra for Gaia

Antti Penttila

Helsinki, FI

pdf

17.50-18.05

Lowell photometric and astrometric databases as precursors to Gaia

Dagmara Oszkiewicz

AMU, Poznan, PL

pdf

18.05-18.15

Reconstructing asteroid shapes from sparse-in-time photometry

Josef Durech

Charles Univ, Prague, CZ

pdf

18.15-18.25

Effects of scattering laws on asteroid lightcurves and astrometry

Olli Wilkman

Helsinki, FI

pdf

18.25-18.35

Asteroid lightcurve inversion using virtual-observation MCMC methods

Karri Muinonen

Helsinki, FI

Fri 12 Jul 2013

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S11 - Session 5:

Session Chair: Antonella Vallenari

Gaia: Milky Way Stars and Structure

11.45-12.00

Gaia as a tool for exoplanet detection and characterization in the Solar neighborhood of the Milky Way

Alessandro Sozzetti

OATO-INAF, Torino, I

pdf

12.00-12.15

Determining the Galactic potential with Gaia

Paul McMillan

Oxford, UK

pdf

12.15-12.30

The Besançon Galaxy Model renewed - Constraints on the Galactic thin disc evolution from Tycho data

Maria Anna Czekaj

UB, Barcelona, E

pdf

12.30-12.45

Canis Major overdensity and Monoceros ring explained in terms of pure Milky Way structure

Martín Lopez Corredoira

IAC, La Laguna, E

12.45-13.00

Kinematic signatures in the outskirts of barred discs

Matthew Molloy

KIAA/PKU, Beijing, CN

pdf

13.00-13.15

Towards a simple approximation of the local phase space distribution function

Alberto Nardin

ZfA, Heidleberg, D

pdf

13.15-14.30

LUNCH

Symposium S11 - Session 6:

Session Chair: Anthony Brown

Gaia: Data and Data Access

14.30-14.45

Extragalactic Gaia data

Mary Kontizas (presented by Petros Drazinos)

UOA, Athens, GR

pdf

14.45-15.10

The Gaia Data System (CU9)

Xavier Luri

UB, Barcelona, E

pdf

15.10-15.30

The ESA Gaia Data Archive

Pedro Osuna (presented by Xavier Luri)

ESAC, ESA

pdf

15.30-15.50

Gaia Data: Open Discussion

15.50-16.00

S11: Closing Remarks

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

Posters for Symposium 11

Relevant Session

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

File

3

Physical parameters from Stromgren photometry of NGC6705

Lola Balaguer-Nunez

UB, Barcelona, E

pdf

3

Near Infrared Study of Galactic Open Clusters with Carbon Stars Projected in their Radius for the ESO-GAIA Project

Dimitris Mavrikis

Univ of Athens, GR

4

Period and shape determination for the slowly rotating Hungaria asteroid (39420)

Grigori Fedorets

Helsinki, FI

4

Asteroid initial orbital inversion in the Gaia space mission

Hanna Pentikainen

Helsinki, FI

5

Structure of the second Galactic quadrant based on homogeneous distances of O and B type starst

Nadia Kaltcheva

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, USA

5

The Kinematics of the Galaxy from Data on Young Massive Stars

Vadim Bobylev

Pulkovo Observatory, St Petersburg, RU

5

The interacting binary system OO Aql.

Gulberk Cisem Boz

Ege University, Izmir, TR

5

From embedded to open clusters: structure and mass segregation

Stefan Schmeja

ZfA, Heidelberg, D

5

Gaia photometry for White Dwarfs

Carme Jordi

UB, Barcelona, E

pdf

5

SPACE-TIME structure in the Gaia Era and beyond

Mariateresa Crosta

OATo-INAF, Italy

6

The Italian National Plan for the Gaia mission popularization and public education

Mariateresa Crosta

OATo-INAF, Italy

Registration and Logistics

Location of Meeting Rooms

In Logomo, the EWASS meeting will takes place in 9 different rooms. The GREAT sessions will be held in Goto33 (SM5) and Logi3 (S11). See conference centre floorplan for details.

Information for Poster Presentations

All posters can be shown during the whole meeting from the Monday morning until the Friday afternoon. The posters are located close to the main hall and those will be tagged with the names.

The poster sizes are (88 cm (width) x 118 cm (height)).

Set up: Monday morning, take down: Friday afternoon (before 18.00).

Wireless Internet

Available at the conference centre: username: logomopublic / password: loGOmo2012

Pre-Meeting Abstract Submission Information

The local meeting page has details concerning Registration and logistics - see http://www.astro.utu.fi/EWASS2013/index.php

The static web pages for the meeting are at http://www.great-esf.eu/events/Turku-Jul13/

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 Fri 31st May 2013 (a one week extension) will be considered, with the final programme being drawn up and published by Mon 10th June 2013.

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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