Great Plenary Meeting: PM8

23 - 24 June 2015 at EWASS 2015, La Laguna, Spain

These pages hold meeting materials for this plenary meeting, thus presentations, talk abstracts, current programme. See also the top level GREAT-PM8 page

Programme for the GREAT Science Symposium-S9

v20150618: Programme (v7) (changes in Session 6)

Science Symposium S9: Gaia Research for European Astronomy Training: GREAT Network Science Symposium Location: Level 0: Meeting Room 0.4

Tues 23 Jun 2015

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S9 - Session 1:

Session Chair: Carme Jordi

Gaia & GREAT Missions and Project Updates and Status

09.00-10.45

09.00-09.02

Welcome

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

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09.02-09.30

Gaia-ESA: Gaia Status and News

Timo Prusti

ESTEC, ESA

pdf

09.30-10.00

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

Anthony Brown

Leiden, NL

pdf

10.00-10.15

Science with Gaia observations of naked-eye stars

Johannes Sahlmann

ESA/ ESAC

pdf

10.15-10.30

Gaia-GREAT: Status and News

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

10.30-10.45

Discussion and Symposium S9 PHOTO

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10.45-11.15

COFFEE

Symposium S9 - Session 2:

Session Chair: Timo Prusti

Gaia Performance Evaluation & First Gaia Data

11.15-13.30

11.15-11.45

Gaia CCD detector system in-orbit performance evaluation

Ralf Kohley

ESA/ESAC

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11.45-12.15

Gaia Photometric Processing: general principles, first results and validation activities

Dafydd W. Evans

IoA, Cambridge

pdf

12.15-12.45

The Gaia Variability Analysis of the Operation Rehearsal with EPSL data

Laurent Eyer

Department of Astronomy, University of Geneva

pdf

12.45-13.00

Gaia's Radial Velocity Spectrometer Performance

George Seabroke

MSSL, UCL

pdf

13.00-13.15

The ALL differential Astrometric Reference Frame

Ummi Abbas

INAF - Turin Astrophysical Observatory

pdf

13.15-13.30

The devastating VIMs and signal blending in Kepler: Can this happen to Gaia?

Julien Frouard for Valeri Makarov

US Naval Observatory, Washington DC, USA

pdf

13.30-15.00

LUNCH

15.00-16.30

Plenary Talks

16.30-17.00

COFFEE

Symposium S9 - Session 3:

Session Chair: Dimitri Pourbaix

Focus science - Gaia Transients

17.00-18.30

17.00-17.15

The First Year of Gaia Transient Search

Lukasz Wyrzykowski

Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory

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17.15-17.30

Catching GRB orphan afterglows from Gaia triggers

Susanna D. Vergani

CNRS- Observatoire de Paris/GEPI, France

pdf

17.30-17.45

Follow-up and first science from Gaia Alerts

Morgan Fraser

Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

pdf

17.45-18.00

Fast optical transients in the Gaia science alerts framework

Thomas Wevers

Radboud university Nijmegen, The Netherlands

pdf

18.00-18.15

Gaia observes the asteroids: alert management and perspectives for scientific exploitation offered by the 1st intermediate data release

Paolo Tanga

Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, Laboratoire Lagrange UMR7293/CNRS, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France

pdf

18.15-18.30

Primitive Asteroids Spectroscopic Survey (PRIMASS): ground-based observations in support of GAIA Mission.

Julia de Leon (for Noemí Pinilla-Alonso)

University of Tennessee, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Knoxville, TN, USA

pdf

Wed 24 Jun 2015

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S9 - Session 4:

Session Chair: Anthony Brown

Focus science - Preparing for exploitation of the first Gaia data release

09.00-10.45

09.00-09.30

Globular clusters with Gaia

Elena Pancino

INAF – Bologna Observatory, Bologna, Italy

pdf

09.30-09.45

The cluster census with Gaia

Tristan Cantat-Gaudin (for Antonella Vallenari)

INAF, Padova Observatory, Padova, Italy

pdf

09.45-10.00

Variable stars in the Magellanic Clouds and the impact of Gaia

Tatiana Muraveva

INAF – The Astronomical Observatory of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

pdf

10.00-10.15

The Cepheid distance scale in the Gaia era

Joanne Breitfelder

European Southern Observatory, Santiago, Chile

pdf

10.15-10.30

Investigating the IMF at intermediate masses from Galactic cepheids

Roger Mor

Dept. d'Astronomia i Meteorologia, Institut de Ciències del Cosmos, Universitat de Barcelona (IEEC-UB), Barcelona, Spain

pdf

10.30-10.45

Orbits in a Milky Way with a massive thick disk : A new Galactic model for orbit computations

Paola Di Matteo

Observatoire de Paris, France

pdf

10.45-11.15

COFFEE

Symposium S9 - Session 5:

Session Chair: Laurent Eyer

Focus science - Gaia Milky Way surveys and instruments

11.15-13.30

11.15-11.45

A Chemodynamical Model of the Milky Way Disc

Andreas Just

Zentrum für Astronomie der Universität Heidelberg, ZAH/ARI, Heidelberg, Germany

pdf

11.45-12.00

The signatures of the Galactic Bar on the Thick Disk with RAVE

Teresa Antoja

ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

pdf

12.00-12.15

The Structure and Dynamics of the Inner 5 kpc of the Milky Way

Chris Wegg

MPE, Germany

pdf

12.15-12.30

3D density distribution of the MW stellar bulge

Iulia Simion

Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

pdf

12.30-12.45

Gaia capabilities to disentangle between one or two bars

Merce Romero-Gomez

Departament d'Astronomia i Meteorologia, Institut de Ciències del Cosmos, Universitat de Barcelona, IEEC, Barcelona, Spain

pdf

12.45-13.00

First results of the Open Cluster Chemical Abundances from Spanish Observatories survey (OCCASO)

Carme Jordi

University of Barcelona, ICCUB-IEEC

pdf

13.00-13.15

GUASOM: Gaia Utility for Analysis and knowledge discovery based on Self Organizing Maps. Results on the SDSS spectroscopic archive.

Minia Manteiga

Department of Navigation and Earth Sciences. A Coruña University, A Coruña, Spain

pdf

13.15-13.30

EMIR, the NIR MOS and imager for the GTC: verification status and observing plans

Francisco Garzón

IAC, Spain

pdf

13.30-15.00

LUNCH

15.00-16.30

Plenary Talks

16.30-17.00

COFFEE

Symposium S9 - Session 6:

Session Chair: Nicholas Walton

Gaia science highlights

17.00-18.30

17.00-17.15

Detecting the Milky Way's Building Blocks

Sara Alejandra Sans Fuentes

KU Leuven – Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, Leuven , Belgium

pdf

17.15-17.30

Star formation with the Gaia-ESO Survey

Germano G. Sacco

INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri, Italy

pdf

17.30-17.45

Radio-optical offsets of VLBI sources in Pan-STARRS

Julien Frouard

US Naval Observatory, Washington DC, USA

pdf

17.45-18.00

Detection of Ultra Faint Dwarf Galaxies with Gaia

Teresa Antoja

European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESA/ESTEC), Noordwijk, The Netherlands

pdf

18.00-18.15

Finding intermediate-mass black holes with optical and X-ray-discovered TDEs

Peter Jonker

SRON, Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Utrecht, The Netherlands

pdf

18.15-18.30

Discussion and Closing Comments

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

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Posters for Symposium 9

Science Symposium S9: POSTERS Location: Level -1

S9P1

Kinematic studies of open clusters with Gaia

Carme Jordi

University of Barcelona, ICCUB-IEEC

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S9P2

Spectral Variability of IL Cephei

Bahaddinova Gunel

Shamakhy Astrophysical Observatory NAS of Azerbaijan

pdf

S9P3

Stellar parameterization from Gaia RVS spectra with prediction uncertainty using Generative Artificial Neural Networks (GANNs)

Minia Manteiga

Department of Navigation and Earth Sciences. A Coruña University, A Coruña, Spain

pdf

S9P4

Proper motions of open clusters – the importance of applying photometric criteria in member selection

Alexander Kurtenkov

University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria

pdf

S9P5

Revealing the nature of the strong emission-line star MWC 137

Fakhranda Alimardanova

Shamakhy Astrophysical Observatory NAS of Azerbaijan, Shamakhy, Azerbaijan

pdf

S9P6

Young star-forming regions in the solar neighbourhood with Gaia

Jos de Bruijne

ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, the Netherlands

pdf

S9P7

The Sco-Cen OB association and the Gould Belt

Difeng Guo

Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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S9P8

Kinematics of the disk stellar populations for the study of the Galactic warp

Eloisa Poggio

INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino, Pino Torinese, Italy

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S9P9

Predicting Gaia Astrometry for OGLE-IV Microlensing Events

Krzysztof Rybicki

Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory

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S9P10

Preparing for exploitation of Gaia: compilation of late-type stars to understand the stellar kinematic groups

David Montes

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Dpt. de Astrofísica, Madrid, Spain

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S9P11

Capabilities of the Terskol Observatory for follow-up observations of Solar System objects within the Gaia mission

Vira Godunova

ICAMER Observatory of NASU, Kiev, Ukraine

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S9P12

A catalogue of variable stars in the near-infrared from the WFCAM Transit Survey

Hristo Stoev

Centro de Astrobiología (CSIC-INTA), Villanueva de la Cañada, Spain

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S9P13

Black-hole micro-lenses in the Milky Way

Łukasz Wyrzykowski

Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory

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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/EWASS2015/venue.jsp

The static web pages for the meeting are at http://www.great-esf.eu/events/LaLaguna-Jun15/

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 Tue 10th March 2015 will be considered, with the final programme being drawn up and published by 16th Apr 2015.

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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