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19/12/2016 Happy 3rd birthday to Gaia!

Since the launch of Gaia on 19 December 2013 Gaia performed an impressive number of astrometric, photometric and spectroscopic measurements. More than 60 billion times an object moved through the Gaia focal plane. The total amount of science data collected since launch can now be viewed through a new information page on mission status numbers.

01/12/2016 Vacancy: PhD positions at the Institute of Cosmic Science (Barcelona)

The Institute of Cosmic Science at University of Barcelona has proposed several PhD positions within the INPhINIT, "la Caixa" Foundation Fellowship Programme. Among all the available projects, the ones that are most strongly related with Gaia are: Detection Classification for Gaia, Gaia Alerts follow-up from Montsec Observatory, Open Clusters Studies in the Gaia era, and Gaia Detection of Ultra Faint Dwarf Galaxies in the halo as probes for cosmological models.

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01/12/2016 Vacancy: Tenured lectureship in astro-statistics

The Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge has a vacancy for a tenured lectureship in astro-statistics. The deadline for applications is 7 December 2016. This position will include work on large astronomical surveys like SDSS, Gaia, LSST, RAVE & APOGEE. More information can be found on the AAS website.

 

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24 - 28 April 2017
Gaia Archive Documentation IAU Symposia - IAUS 330: Astrometry and Astrophysics in the Gaia sky
DR1 Data Model description Nice, France
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26 - 30 June 2017
Photometric Science Alerts EWASS
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