Information on the pitch sessions

 

A poster pitch consists of a short pitch talk given on your research with provided access to digital material like a digital poster available for further reading. The short pitch talk will be about two minutes or so (exact timing will be announced later to you) and consists of a maximum of one or two slides to be shown during your pitch talk.

We will inform you how to upload your digital poster and additional information you like to share about your research later. These links will be made available to participants during the poster pitch sessions and also through this page.

These pitch sessions are held right before coffee breaks to allow further discussion during the break:

  • Monday pitch session from 15:00  to 15:30
  • Tuesday pitch session from 15:00 to 15:30
  • Thursday pitch session from 15:10 to 15:30

Below you can find the participants of the poster pitch sessions, with their assigned pitch session slot. Links to the abstracts will be provided soon.

More information on the precise set-up of the pitch sessions and what will be expected of you, will be given soon.

 

Participants of Monday 8 April 2019 pitch session

Participant Subject of the pitch Location Approximate Timing
Alex Bombrun About proper motion of lensed QSOs in Gaia DR2 Newton 15:00
Eduardo Balbinot Searching for multiple stellar populations in the GD1 stellar stream with Gaia Newton 15:03
Mariateresa Crosta Shedding light on the Milky Way rotation curve with Gaia DR2 Newton 15:06
Verena Fürnkranz Discovery of a new nearby moving group Newton 15:10
Francesca Fragkoudi The orbital structure at the OLR of an N-body bar: Clues on the phase-space substructures seen in Gaia DR2 Newton 15:13
Anna Jacyszyn-Dobrzeniecka Classical pulsators in the Magellanic Bridge as seen by OGLE and Gaia Newton 15:16
Khyati Malhan Stellar Stream map of the Milky Way Halo : Application of  STREAMFINDER onto ESA/Gaia DR2 Newton 15:20
Anna Queiroz The bulge and bar region seen by APOGEE and Gaia DR2 Newton 15:23
Alice Zocchi Rotating globular clusters in the Gaia era Newton 15:26

 

Participants of Tuesday 9 April 2019 pitch session

Participant Subject of the pitch Location Approximate Timing
Xiaodian Chen Periodic variables as distance indicators in Gaia era. Newton 15:00
Klemen Čotar The ubiquity of unresolved triple stars discovered by the GALAH and Gaia Newton 15:03
Ana Escorza Formation of Barium stars constrained by Gaia parallaxes. Newton 15:06
Iker Gonzalez Properties of Planetary Nebulae in Gaia DR2 Newton 15:10
Vincenzo Ripepi Cepheid variables in the Gaia Data Release 2 and the extragalactic distance scale Newton 15:13
Sarah Schmidt Using Gaia and APOGEE to Examine Chemical Evolution with K and M dwarfs Newton 15:16
Shreeya Shetye Determining the Luminosity of the Third Dredge-up via S-type stars: the promise of Gaia Newton 15:20
Maria Tsantaki On the iron ionization balance of cool stars: the role of accurate surface gravities from Gaia  Newton 15:23
Tomaž Zwitter Stellar chemistry for Gaia from photometric narrow-band imaging Newton 15:26

 

Participants of Thursday 11 April 2019 pitch session

Participant Subject of the pitch Location Approximate Timing
Marc Audard The young stellar objects in the Gaia DR2 variable catalogue Newton 15:10
Erika Varga-Verebelyi How many young stars does Gaia see? Newton 15:13
Lola Balaguer-Nuñez Open Clusters Membership by Clusterix 2.0 for Gaia DR2 Newton 15:16
Angela Bragaglia Open cluster chemistry in the era of Gaia Newton 15:19
Veronica Roccatagliata Multiple populations in young clusters detected by Gaia Newton 15:22
Sara Rodríguez Berlanas A new view of Cygnus OB2 from Gaia DR2 Newton 15:25
Fay Wilde Membership of open clusters by combining Gaia-DR2 astrometry with Gaia-ESO survey data Newton 15:28

 

 

 

 

List of participants accepted to give a poster pitch

 

Pitch participant

Subject

Marc Audard The young stellar objects in the Gaia DR2 variable catalogue
Lola Balaguer-Nuñez Open Clusters Membership by Clusterix 2.0 for Gaia DR2
Eduardo Balbinot Searching for multiple stellar populations in the GD1 stellar stream with Gaia
Alex Bombrun About proper motion of lensed QSOs in Gaia DR2
Angela Bragaglia Open cluster chemistry in the era of Gaia
Xiaodian Chen Periodic variables as distance indicators in Gaia era.
Klemen Čotar The ubiquity of unresolved triple stars discovered by the GALAH and Gaia
Mariateresa Crosta Shedding light on the Milky Way rotation curve with Gaia DR2
Ana Escorza Formation of Barium stars constrained by Gaia parallaxes.
Verena Fürnkranz Discovery of a new nearby moving group
Francesca  Fragkoudi The orbital structure at the OLR of an N-body bar: Clues on the phase-space substructures seen in Gaia DR2
Iker Gonzalez Properties of Planetary Nebulae in Gaia DR2
Anna Jacyszyn-Dobrzeniecka Classical pulsators in the Magellanic Bridge as seen by OGLE and Gaia
Khyati Malhan Stellar Stream map of the Milky Way Halo : Application of  STREAMFINDER onto ESA/Gaia DR2
Anna Queiroz The bulge and bar region seen by APOGEE and Gaia DR2
Vincenzo Ripepi Cepheid variables in the Gaia Data Release 2 and the extragalactic distance scale
Veronica Roccatagliata Multiple populations in young clusters detected by Gaia
Sara Rodríguez Berlanas A new view of Cygnus OB2 from Gaia DR2
Sarah Schmidt Using Gaia and APOGEE to Examine Chemical Evolution with K and M dwarfs
Shreeya Shetye Determining the Luminosity of the Third Dredge-up via S-type stars: the promise of Gaia
Maria Tsantaki On the iron ionization balance of cool stars: the role of accurate surface gravities from Gaia 
Erika Varga-Verebelyi How many young stars does Gaia see?
Fay Wilde Membership of open clusters by combining Gaia-DR2 astrometry with Gaia-ESO survey data
Alice Zocchi Rotating globular clusters in the Gaia era
Tomaž Zwitter Stellar chemistry for Gaia from photometric narrow-band imaging