Poster Sessions


Posters will be visible at the conference from Monday morning until Friday morning. There will be poster boards near the conference rooms and pins will be available at the registration desk. You can install your poster on any (still available) poster board.

Two poster sessions are organised: poster session I is scheduled on Tuesday evening (from 17:20 to 19:20) with some accompanying drinks and snacks, and poster session II is scheduled on Thursday evening (from 17:20 to 19:20), also with accompanying drinks and snacks.

Below you will find the selected candidates for the poster sessions.

The schedule of the buses takes the poster session events into account.


Size of posters

The poster boards are quite large (about 120 cm wide and about 2 meter high). One poster board is assigned per participant. Posters of either A1 or A0 size should fit easily.



Please install your poster on one of the empty poster boards on Monday morning as soon as you arrive at the conference. This allows participants to check out posters during coffee and lunch breaks as well.



Please remove your poster on Friday morning before 13:00. Any poster still on poster boards on Friday 14:00 will be removed by the organising committee.


Poster Session Participants


Poster session participant


Coryn Bailer-Jones Close encounters of the stellar kind
Ulrich Bastian Albireo, a pretty pair: Stable stellar marriage or celestial one-night stand?
Héctor Cánovas Data mining Gaia DR2: the quest for Pre-Main Sequence Stars (and their discs)
Juan Carbajo-Hijarrubia Synergies between Gaia Data Release 2 and OCCASO survey in the study of open clusters
Laia Casamiquela Chemically characterising nearby evolved open clusters
Alberto Cellino The inversion of merged Hipparcos and Gaia DR2 photometric data for asteroids
Jos de Bruijne Benford's Law in Gaia DR2
Victoria DiTomasso Mapping M Dwarf Metallicities
Karolina Dziadura Systematic astrometric biases in stellar catalogues as compared to the Gaia DR2
Pedro Garcia-Lario Gaia DR2 Observations of Galactic post-AGB stars
Carles Garcia Palau Statistical detection of the tidal streams of the globular clusters using Gaia data
Vira Godunova Long-term monitoring of unclassified Gaia transients at the Terskol Observatory
Martin Groenewegen The PLZ-relation in classical Cepheids: A cleaner sample
Inna Izviekova - Variability analysis of transient Gaia16bnz
Kevin Jardine Gaia isosurface visualization
Janez Kos Hierarchical star formation in young stellar associations
Alexey Mints Improvements in stellar ages in the era of Gaia
Núria Miret-Roig A comprehensive study of IC4665: membership; empirical isochrones; spatial distribution; luminosity and mass functions
Javier Olivares Ruprecht 147: A comprehensive study of the oldest open cluster in the solar vicinity.
Alice Perez-Blanco Clustering properties of Herbig Ae/Be stars
Paola Re Fiorentin Relics of the formation of the Galactic halo from Gaia and APOGEE 
Andrii Simon Analysis of CV candidates and blue hostless transients from Gaia alerts data
Alessandro Spagna The thick disk rotation-metallicity correlation; comparison with Galactic cosmological simulations
Yoann Tarricq The shape of open clusters and its evolution with age
Eero Vaher Identification of escaped alpha Persei members ffrom traceback computations of Gaia DR2 sources
Miguel Vioque New catalogue of intermediate mass Pre-Main Sequence objects in Gaia DR2 using machine learning
Carlos Viscasillas Vazquez Abundances of neutron capture elements in dwarf stars of the Solar neighborhood located towards the north celestial pole
Rok Vogrinčič Spatial structure of the Galactic ISM obtained with extensive analysis of several dozen DIBs