Jordi Carme - Gaia
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University of Barcelona
Carme Jordi works at the University of Barcelona. Her work in Gaia is focused on the photometry, simulations and GDAAS (Gaia Data Access and Analysis Study) activities. Her main contributions are in the field of the definition of the filter system and priorities of scientific targets, determination of stellar physical parameters, detailed simulations of instruments for photometry and GDAAS, and studies of the prototype data analysis. She is a member of the Gaia Science Team and co-leader of the Photometry Working Group.
Carme's homepage is here.
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