Great Plenary Meeting: PM7

30 June - 2 July 2014 at EWASS 2014, Geneva, Switzerland

These pages hold meeting materials for this plenary meeting, thus presentations, talk abstracts, current programme. See also the top level GREAT-PM7 page

Programme for the GREAT Science Symposium-S3

v20140626: FINAL Programme (v4)

Science Symposium S3: Gaia Research for European Astronomy Training: GREAT Network Science Symposium Location: Room n° 2 of the Conference Center CICG

Mon 30 Jun 2014

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S3 - Session 1:

Session Chair: Anthony Brown

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

12.10-12.25

Gaia-GREAT: Status and News

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

12.25-12.30

Symposium S3 PHOTO

12.30-14.00

LUNCH

Symposium S3 - Session 2:

Session Chair: Timo Prusti

Gaia Performance Evaluation & First Gaia Data

14.00-14.20

Detecting stars, multiple systems, and galaxies with Gaia

Jos de Bruijne

European Space Agency (ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands)

pdf

14.20-14.40

Double stars as seen by Gaia

Samy Azaz

European Space Agency (ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands)

pdf

14.40-14.55

Stellar parameter estimation from Gaia's low-resolution spectrophotometry

Rene Andrae

MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany

pdf

14.55-15.10

Overview and stellar statistics of the expected Gaia Catalogue using the Gaia Object Generator

Max Palmer

UB, Barcelona, Spain

pdf

15.10-15.20

Padua Galaxy model in preparation for Gaia: asymmetries and action space in star count modelling techniques

Stefano Pasetto

MSSL, UCL, Dorking, UK

pdf

15.20-15.30

Enhancing Gaia's astrometric accuracy by means of near-field VLBI

Dmitry Duev

JIVE, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands

pdf

15.30-16.00

TEA/COFFEE

Symposium S3 - Session 3:

Session Chair: Nicholas Walton

Focus science - Gaia Transients & Gaia science highlights from the GREAT Working Groups

16.00-16.20

Gaia Science Alerts: detection, classification and their follow-up

Lukasz Wyrzykowski

Warsaw, Poland & IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

16.20-16.35

Gaia Spectrophotometry Transient Events Classification

Nadejda Blagorodnova

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

16.35-16.45

Gaia Science Alerts: Report on test observations

Werner W. Zeilinger

University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

pdf

16.45-17.00

Nearby halo substructures in 6D phase-space

Martin C. Smith

SHAO, Shanghai, China

pdf

17.00-17.10

Dissecting N-body simulations - resonant orbits and their contribution to the MW's kinematic landscape

Matthew Molloy

KIAA, PKU, China

pdf

17.10-17.20

Constraining the Milky Way formation and evolution with MCMC/ABC method

André Martins

Observatoire Besançon, France

pdf

17.20-17.30

Detection of Ultra Faint Galaxies with Gaia

Teresa Antoja

European Space Agency (ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands)

pdf

17.30-17.40

Modelling density, kinematic, abundance, and age gradients in the extended solar neighbourhood

Andreas Just

Zentrum fuer Astronomie, ARI, Heidelberg University

pdf

17.40-17.50

The millions of tiny galaxies that Gaia will observe

Christine Ducourant

Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Bordeaux, Université de Bordeaux, France

pdf

17.50-18.00

Old open clusters in the Gaia-ESO Survey

Laura Magrini

INAF-Osservatorio di Arcetri, Firenze, Italy

pdf

Tue 1 Jul 2014

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S3 - Session 4:

Session Chair: Caroline Soubiran

Focus science - Gaia Milky Way surveys and new instrument initiatives

11.00-11.15

The SkyMapper survey

Christian Wolf

ANU, Canberra, Australia

pdf

11.15-11.25

Fading Features Found in the Milky Way Stellar Halo Kinematics

Sarah A. Bird

Tuorla Observatory, University of Turku, Finland

pdf

11.25-11.40

The Radial Velocity Experiment RAVE

Andreas Just for Matthias Steinmetz

Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP), Germany

pdf

11.40-11.55

The Milky Way disk seen by the Gaia-ESO survey

Maria Bergemann

Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

pdf

11.55-12.10

The Gaia-ESO Survey: the metal content of young clusters

Lorenzo Spina

INAF-Osservatorio di Arcetri, Firenze, Italy

pdf

12.10-12.20

The OCCASO Survey

Carme Jordi for Laia Casamiquela

University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

pdf

12.20-12.30

Gaia-ESO Survey: looking for multiple populations in open clusters

Tristan Cantat-Gaudin

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova

pdf

12.40-14.00

LUNCH

Symposium S3 - Session 5:

Session Chair: Carme Jordi

Gaia science highlights from the GREAT Working Groups (continued)

14.00-14.20

The bulge, the halo and Gaia

Wyn Evans

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

14.20-14.30

Characterizing the Galactic warp with Gaia

Hoda Abedi

UB, Barcelona, Spain

pdf

14.30-14.40

New evidence for an old merger event in the Milky Way (the Hercules-Aquila Cloud)

Iulia Simion

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

14.40-14.50

Testing the chemical tagging technique with old Open Clusters

Sergi Blanco-Cuaresma

Obs de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France

pdf

14.50-15.00

The distance and structure of the LMC from RR Lyrae stars, Classical Cepheids and "hot" binary stars

Tatiana Muraveva

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna, Italy

pdf

15.00-15.10

A novel method to bracket the corotation radius in spiral galaxies: vertex deviation maps

Santi Roca-Fàbrega

Barcelona Univ, Barcelona, Spain

pdf

15.10-15.20

Finding the lost siblings of the Sun

Cheng Liu

Lund, Sweden

pdf

15.20-15.30

The birth place of the Sun and its radial migration in the Milky Way

Carmen Adriana Martinez

Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands

pdf

15.30-16.00

TEA/COFFEE

Symposium S3 - Session 6:

Session Chair: Laurent Eyer

Focus science - The variable sky and exoplanets

16.00-16.20

Analysing the Variable Star: CU7 and Gaia

Laurent Eyer

Obs de Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

pdf

16.20-16.40

Gaia and exoplanets: Synergies in the making

Alessandro Sozzetti

INAF-OATo, Torino, Italy

pdf

16.40-16.55

Will Gaia detect Transiting Extrasolar Planets?

Shay Zucker

Tel-Aviv University

pdf

16.55-17.10

Advances in automated variable star classification for Gaia

Berry Holl

Obs de Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

pdf

17.10-17.20

Detection of periodic variability in the future large photometric database of Gaia

Maria Süveges

Obs de Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

pdf

17.20-17.30

Cepheids in open clusters in the Gaia era: a homogeneous 8D all-sky census

Richard Anderson

Obs de Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

pdf

Wed 2 Jul 2014

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S3 - Session 7:

Session Chair: Dimitri Pourbaix

Focus science - Gaia and Asteroseismology and Focus science - The variable sky and exoplanets continued ....

14.00-14.20

Asteroseismology and Gaia for stars across the HR diagram

Joris De Ridder

Leuven, Belgium

pdf

14.20-14.30

Does the OGLE-III RRab Galactic Bulge Population Show a Metallicity Gradient?

Alejandra Sans Fuentes

Leuven, Belgium

ppsx

14.30-14.50

Asteroseismology and Gaia calibration synergies

Frederic Thevenin

OCA, Nice, France

pdf

14.50-15.00

Study of chemical abundances of 256 giant stars

Lisa Benamati

CAUP, Porto, Portugal

pdf

15.00-15.15

Asteroseismology for Galactic Archaeology: bridging two fields

Luca Casagrande

ANU, Caneberra, Australia

pdf

15.15-15.25

Ages, masses and radii from asteroseismology - benchmarks for Gaia

Orlagh Creevey

IAS, Orsay, France

pdf

15.25-15.30

GREAT-Symp3 Closing Remarks

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

Posters for Symposium 3

S3P1

Science from the GES Archive

Clive Davenhall

Wide Field Astronomy Unit, Institute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh

S3P2

The Gaia-ESO Survey and massive stars

Ronny Blomme

Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium

S3P3

The Gaia-ESO Survey: CNO abundances in Galactic open clusters and field stars

Grazina Tautvaisiene

Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy, Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania

S3P4

Formation and Evolution of Star Clusters: From Whence Came the Field?

Michael Meyer

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

S3P6

Gaia FGK benchmark stars

Paula Jofre

IoA, Cambridge, UK

S3P7

Luminosity calibration in the Large Magellanic Cloud with Gaia

Max Palmer

UB, Barcelona, Spain

S3P8

Modelling the Milky Way with PRIMAL: a particle-by-particle M2M algorithm

Jason Hunt

Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London

S3P9

Microturbulence velocity of A-type stars in the Gaia ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey

Alex Lobel

Royal Observatory of Belgium

S3P10

Extragalactic Science with Gaia

Mary Kontizas

Obs de Athens, Athens, Greece

S3P11

Determination of the length and azimuth of the Galactic bar using Red Clump mock catalogues

M.Romero-Gomez

UB, Barcelona, Spain

S3P12

Gaia-ESO Survey: looking for multiple populations in open clusters

Tristan Cantat-Gaudin

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova

S3P13

Extragalactic Science from "Quasars and AGNs in their environment with Gaia"

Brigitte Rocca Volmerange

Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, Paris, France

S3P14

Time variation of differential reddening towards NGC 4833

Johanna Itam

LUPM-CNRS, Montpellier University, Montpellier, France

S3P15

A Search for Old Open Clusters at High Galactic Latitudes

Stefan Schmeja

MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany

Registration and Logistics

Location of Meeting Rooms

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/EWASS2014/venue.jsp

The static web pages for the meeting are at http://www.great-esf.eu/events/Geneva-Jul14/

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 9th May 2014 will be considered, with the final programme being drawn up and published by Mon 19th May 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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