Antoja Teresa - Gaia
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University of Barcelona
Teresa Antoja joined Gaia in 2017 as part of CU9 group at the University of Barcelona. She is working on the validation of Gaia data, especially of radial velocities.
She also belonged to the Gaia Archive Preparation (GAP, 2011-2013). From 2013 to 2016 Teresa worked at ESTEC where she held an ESA Fellowship in Space Science devoted to the preparation for the scientific exploitation of Gaia data.
Her main research fields and interests are:
- Disk kinematics, velocity distribution of the Solar Neighbourhood and surroundings, moving groups, dynamical streams
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