Soubiran Caroline - Gaia
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Observatoire de Bordeaux
Caroline Soubiran's scientific interests concern the kinematical and chemical distribution of stellar populations in our Galaxy. This topic led her to be active in the compilation and determination of stellar fundamental parameters as well as in the development of automated methods and stellar libraries to deal with large samples of stars. Caroline's current task in the Radial Velocity Spectrometer and Classification Working Groups is to define a set of reference stars for the astrophysical parameterization of Gaia objects.
Caroline's homepage is here.
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