Presentations - 53rd ESLAB Symposium
Accepted oral presentations
Next the presentations given by the invited speakers (details can be found here), the following participants will give oral presentations at the 53rd ESLAB symposium: the Gaia universe. The programme with more details also contains links to the abstracts. More information on the accepted posters can be found here, and the list of accepted poster pitches can be found here.
Practical information for the Talks
- Slots with 20 minutes are expected to prepare a talk of 15 minutes and allow 5 minutes for questions.
- Slots with 30 minutes are expected to prepare a talk of 25 minutes and allow 5 minutes for questions.
- Adviced minimum text size for your view graphs is 16 points
- Video connection is VGA or HDMI
- The projection system is 16:9
- You can use your own laptop
- There will be a headset microphone
Subject of the talk
|New phase space structures in the Gaia data: a dynamically young disk
|Possible origins of the first interstellar object 'Oumuamua
|Modelling vertical waves of the Galactic disc in the Solar Neighbourhood
|Globular clusters in the Gaia era: precision astrometry for precision dynamics
|Hypervelocity discoveries with Gaia DR2
|A look forward to Gaia DR3
|Occultation investigations of small bodies in our solar system enabled by Gaia
|How complete is the Open Cluster census?
|Towards a Complete Census of GAIA CSPNe
|Giulia De Somma
|Gaia parallaxes versus updated pulsation model predictions
|Paola Di Matteo
|The stellar halo of our Galaxy; as revealed by Gaia
|Occultation astrometry with DR2: Assessing the capabilities of robotic telescopes
|Catalog of Revised Astrophysical Parameters from Gaia DR2
|Uncovering Hidden Quasars behind the Galactic Plane with ALLWISE and Gaia
|The evolutionary history of the Milky Way disk(s) and halo from Gaia DR2 color-magnitude diagram fitting.
|Unravelling the structure and kinematics of the Taurus star-forming region with Gaia-DR2 and VLBI astrometry
|Gaia Astrometry and Gravitational Waves
|Orion A with Gaia DR2: how 3D changes everything
|The tilt of the velocity ellipsoid in the Milky Way with Gaia DR2 - from spherical to cylindrical alignment
|Variability results in DR2: what; where and how to use them.
|Dust Distribution in the Milky Way Disk
|A white dwarf catalogue from Gaia-DR2 and the Virtual Observatory
|Structure in the Galactic Disk From Clustered Star Formation
|New light on the Gaia DR2 parallax zero-point: influence of the asteroseismic approach; in and beyond the Kepler field
|The echo of the bar buckling: phase-space spirals in Gaia DR2
|Single-star masses from astrometric microlensing using Gaia
|Multi-messenger study of the Milky Way with LISA; Gaia and LSST
|Gaia-2MASS 3D maps of Galactic interstellar dust within 3 kpc
|The discovery of New Magnetic Transitions in Late-Type Dwarfs from Gaia DR2
|Properties of the Gaia-ICRF3 radio-optical reference frame
|Carlo F. Manara
|The timescales of protoplanetary disk evolution constrained by Gaia membership analysis
|Searching for the fastest stars in the Galaxy with Gaia DR2
|Stellar 3D kinematics in dwarf spheroidal galaxies with Gaia+HST
|Extended stellar systems in the solar neighborhood - The Hyades tidal tails and beyond
|Finding long-period companions in Tycho-2/Hipparcos/Gaia astrometry
|Gaia DR2 and Bessel legacy
|Gaia DR2 reveals a star formation burst in the disc 2-3 Gyr ago
|Study of stellar populations using long-period variables in the Gaia era
|Asteroid proper phase curves from Gaia DR2 photometry
|RR Lyrae stars as standard candles in the Gaia Data Release 2 Era.
|The kinematic signature of the Galactic warp in the Gaia era
|Status of the Gaia mission
|Luis Henry Quiroga Nunez
|Synergies between Gaia and VLBI astrometry
|Kinematic substructure and its variations throughout the Milky Way disk: an insight into the dynamics of our Galaxy.
|Space distribution; dynamics; and the origin of Galactic black hole X-ray binaries revealed by Gaia DR2
|Unlocking galactic Wolf-Rayet stars with Gaia DR2
|New ultracool dwarfs in Gaia DR2
|Sara Rezaei Kh.
|3D map of the dust distribution towards the Orion-Eridanus superbubble with Gaia DR2
|On the cutting edge of vertical motion: Bending waves and the Galactic warp
|Galactic Science with Gaia
|Tracing the formation of the Milky Way through ultra and extremely metal-poor stars
|New detections of the Yarkovsky effect with Gaia DR2
|New life for old asteroid astrometry: correcting systematic errors by Gaia DR2.
|Dynamics of the Oort Cloud in the Gaia Era
|Open clusters from Gaia DR2
|The Optical to Mid-Infrared Extinction Law Based on the APOGEE; Gaia DR2; Pan-STARRS1; SDSS; APASS; 2MASS and WISE Surveys
|3D mapping of young stars in the solar neighbourhood with Gaia DR2
|The substructure and halo population of the Double Cluster h and chi Persei
|Exploring Magellanic Interactions Through Bridge and Small Magellanic Cloud Dynamics