Great Plenary Meeting: PM9

4 - 6 July 2016 at EWASS 2016, Athens, Greece

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

Programme for the GREAT Science Symposium-S1

v20160703: Programme (v2: all presentations scheduled)

Science Symposium S1: Gaia Research for European Astronomy Training: GREAT Network Science Symposium Location: TBD

Mon 4 Jul 2016

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S1 - Session 1:

Session Chair: Antonella Vallenari

Gaia & GREAT: Missions and Project Updates and Status

11.15-13.00

11.15

Welcome

Anthony Brown

Leiden, NL

pdf

11.20

Gaia-ESA: Gaia Status and News

Timo Prusti

ESTEC, ESA

pdf

11.45

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

Anthony Brown

Leiden, NL

pdf

12.15

Scientific validation of Gaia DR1

Frédéric Arenou

Observatoire de Paris, FR

12.30

Gaia-GREAT: Status and News

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

pdf

12.45-13.00

Short poster presentations

Documenting Gaia’s first data release

Jos de Bruijne

ESTEC, ESA

pdf

Gaia’s Unresolved Galaxy Classifier’s (UGC) taxonomic schemes

Antonios Karampelas

IAASARS, National Observatory of Athens, Penteli, GR

Non-Single Stars with Gaia

Panagiotis Gavras

IAASARS,National Observatory of Athens, Penteli, GR

Analysis and knowledge discovery by means of Self-Organising Maps for Gaia data releases

Marco Antonio Álvarez

Computer Science Faculty, University of A Coruña, ES

The GREAT-esf program GAGNES: Gaia for AGN and Extragalactic Science

Brigitte Rocca-Volmerange

Observatoire de Paris, FR

Planetary Nebulae Revealed by Gaia

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

13.00-15.00

LUNCH

Symposium S1 - Session 2:

Session Chair: Anthony Brown

Gaia Performance Evaluation & Outlook on First Gaia Data

15.00-16.30

15.00

Statistical validation of Gaia DR1

Jovan Veljanoski

Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Groningen, NL

15.15

Gaia Photometric Processing: what we learned so far

Giorgia Busso

IoA, Cambridge, UK

15.30

Gaia, an all-sky survey for standard photometry

Carme Jordi

University of Barcelona, ICCUB-IEEC, Barcelona, ES

15.45

RR Lyrae and Cepheids in Gaia Data Release 1

Gisella Clementini

INAF Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna, Bologna, IT

16.00

Unresolved Galaxies with Gaia

Ioannis Bellas-Velidis

National Observatory of Athens, Athens, GR

16.15

Radial Velocities from Gaia

Ronny Blomme

Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels, BE

16.30-17.00

COFFEE

Symposium S1 - Session 3:

Session Chair: Jos de Bruijne

Gaia Data Release 1: Exploring the Gaia Archive System

17.00-18.30

17.00

Exploring the ESA Gaia Archive: a billion star catalogue in your hands

Jesus Salgado

ESDC, ESAC, ESA

pdf

17.30

Gaia archive hands-on scientific session

Alcione Mora

Gaia SOC, ESAC, ESA

pdf

18.00

The RAVE-TGAS catalogue

Georges Kordopatis

Leibniz Institut für Astrophysik, Potsdam (AIP), GE

pdf

18.15-18.30

Short poster presentations

Classification of variable stars in the Gaia Data Release 1 catalog

Nami Mowlavi

Department of Astronomy, University of Geneva, Versoix, CH

Serbian-Bulgarian mini-network telescopes for observations of Gaia-FUN-TO

Goran Damljanovic

Astronomical Observatory, Belgrade, RS

Preparing for the Gaia extragalactic reference frame: optical–radio positional offsets for large samples of AGN

Sandor Frey

FÖMI Satellite Geodetic Observatory, Penc, HU

Identifying and Characterizing Be Stars with LAMOST and GAIA

Chien-Cheng Lin

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Science, Shanghai, CN

Study of the Gaia/RVS range DIBs via ground-based high resolution spectroscopy

Vira Godunova

ICAMER Observatory of NASU, Kiev, UA

Homogeneous abundance and kinematic analysis of a large sample of barium stars

Natalia Drake

Observatório Nacional/MCTI, Rio de Janeiro, BR

Star Formation with the Gaia-ESO Survey

Giuseppe Germano Sacco

INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri, Firenze, IT

The Sco-Cen OB association and the Gould Belt

Difeng Guo

Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy, University of Amsterdam, NL

Tue 5 Jul 2016

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S1 - Session 4:

Session Chair: Mary Kontizas

Focus science - Gaia Transients

09.15-10.45

09.15

Photometric Science Alerts from Gaia

Simon Hodgkin

Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, UK

09.30

GSTEC - the classification machine for Gaia low resolution spectra

Nadejda Blagorodnova

Caltech, Pasadena, USA

09.45

Peculiar (nuclear) supernovae: (white dwarf) tidal disruption events?

Peter G. Jonker

SRON, Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Utrecht, NL

10.00

Stellar and supermassive black holes from Gaia

Lukasz Wyrzykowski

Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory, PL

10.15

Short timescale variables in the Gaia era: detection and characterization by structure function analysis

Maroussia Roelens

Observatoire Astronomique de l’Université de Genève, Sauverny, CH

10.30

Solar System objects by Gaia: lessons learned from the daily processing

Paolo Tanga

Laboratoire Lagrange, Université Côte d'Azur, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, CNRS, Nice, FR

10.45-11.15

COFFEE

Symposium S1 - Session 5:

Session Chair: Timo Prusti

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

11.15-12.45

11.15

Extragalactic Science with Gaia

Mary Kontizas

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, GR

11.30

Hypervelocity Stars in the GAIA Catalogue

Tommaso Marchetti

Leiden Observatory, Leiden, NL

11.45

Synergies between Gaia and ground-based precision radio astrometry

Jan Forbrich

University of Vienna, Vienna, AT

12.00

Stellar Ages with Gaia and LAMOST

John Vickers

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Shanghai, CN

12.15

Stellar kinematics to study the Galactic warp: from Hipparcos to Gaia

Eloisa Poggio

INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino, IT

12.30-12.50

Short poster presentations

The Gravitational Potential (GraPot16) of the Galaxy from the Besançon galaxy model in the Gaia era

Jose Fernandez-Trincado

Institut UTINAM - UMR CNRS 6213 Observatoire de Besançon, FR

Cool runaways - Nearby Hills ejecta as a probe of the gravitational potential of the Milky Way

Martin C. Smith

Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Shanghai, CN

The Perseus arm kinematic perturbation in the Galactic Anticentre direction from BA stars

Maria Monguió

Centre for Astrophysics Research, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK

Stellar multiplicity and large surveys

Edita Stonkute

Lund Observatory, Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics, Lund, SE

Gaia-ESO study of the open cluster Pismis 18

Despina Hatzidimitriou

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Department of Physics, GR

The OCCASO survey and chemical abundances determination

Carme Jordi

University of Barcelona, ICCUB-IEEC, Barcelona, ES

Clumpy Structure in a 4D Phase-Space Volume for the Cluster NGC 2548

Emilio J. Alfaro

IAA, ES

12.50-15.00

LUNCH

15.00-16.30

Plenary Talks

16.30-17.00

COFFEE

Symposium S1 - Session 6:

Session Chair: Gisella Clementini

Special Session: Gaia and the Distance Scale

17.00-18.30

17.00

The model fitting of Classical Cepheids and RR Lyrae: the impact of GAIA on stellar physics

Marcella Marconi

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Napoli, It

17.15

Unlocking the potential of Cepheids as primary distance calibrators through Gaia and optical interferometry

Pierre Kervella

CNRS French-Chilean Astronomy Laboratory (UMI 3386), Universidad de Chile, Las Condes, CL

17.30

Vetting high-accuracy calibrators of the Galactic Leavitt law via radial velocities

Richard Anderson

Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University, USA

17.45

The VMC survey: Classical Cepheids in the Magellanic system

Vincenzo Ripepi

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Napoli, IT

18.00

Distance and structure of the SMC from RR Lyrae stars

Tatiana Muraveva

INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna, Bologna, IT

18.15

The Gaia Red Clump as standard candle: a new empirical calibration

Laura Ruiz-Dern

GEPI, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS, Université Paris Diderot, Meudon, FR

Wed 6 Jul 2016

What (with link to abstract)

Who

Institute

Slides

Symposium S1 - Session 7:

Session Chair: Nicholas Walton

Focus science - Gaia Milky Way surveys, ground based synergies with Gaia, and new instrument initiatives

09.15-10.45

09.15

Optimization of Gaia scientific output for Solar system objects: some tasks for ground-based observers

Alberto Cellino

INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino, Pino Torinese, IT

09.30

Astrometric studies of exoplanets with Gaia

Piero Ranalli

Lund Observatory, Lund, SE

09.45

The open clusters from the ground and from the space

Antonella Vallenari

INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico, Padova, IT

10.00

N-body models for our Galaxy

Lia Athanassoula

Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille, FR

10.15

Ground-based spectroscopy for Gaia – prospects from complementary data from 4MOST and WEAVE

Sofia Feltzing

Lund Observatory, Lund, SE

10.30

A differential astrometry mission concept for Exoplanets and Dark Matter studies

Alain Leger

IAS – CNRS, Paris, FR

10.40

Closing Comments

Nicholas Walton

IoA, Cambridge, UK

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Note: The programme for Session 6: Gaia and the Distance Scale was organised by Gisella Celemntini and Marcella Marconi.

Posters for Symposium 1

Please note that this year there will not be space at the EWASS for the display of printed posters.

However, for those contributed talks that can not be scheduled for a full talk, we will allow short 2 min, 2 slide presentations.

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/EWASS2016/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 Tue 15th March 2016 will be considered, with the final programme being drawn up and published by end Apr 2016.

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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