Frémat Yves - Gaia
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Royal Observatory of Belgium
Yves Frémat obtained his PhD in 1999 at the University of Mons. His main scientific interests are related to the study of B-type emission line stars, of delta Scuti stars and of binary stars. He held a Marie Curie postdoc fellowship for 2 years at the Observatoire de Paris/Meudon (GEPI laboratory) and, from 2003 to 2006, was a postdoc at the Royal Observatory of Belgium where he obtained a staff position in 2007. Yves's involvement in the Gaia mission really started in 2005 as a core member of the RVS working group. Since 2006, he is a member of CU6 and CU8 and is presently contributing to the software development of the GWP-S-835 (Extended Stellar Parametrizer) and GWP-S-650 (Single Transit Analysis) work packages.
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