The Gaia Science Team

The Gaia Science Team provides ESA with advice and guidance on the design, implementation, data analysis, and all other aspects related to the scientific performance and goals of Gaia.


Current members of the Gaia Science Team
 
Carme Jordi (from 2002) Barcelona, Spain
Sergei Klioner (from 2007) Dresden, Germany
Lennart Lindegren (from 2001) Lund, Sweden
François Mignard (from 2013) Nice, France
Maria-Sofia Randich (from 2007) Arcetri, Italy
Caroline Soubiran (from 2009) Bordeaux, France
Nicholas Walton (from 2007) Cambridge, United Kingdom
Anthony Brown  (from 2009)  Leiden, The Netherlands (DPAC Chair, ex officio member of GST)
Timo Prusti (from 2007) ESA/ESTEC (GST Chair, Gaia Project Scientist)

   

Former members of the Gaia Science Team
 
Conny Aerts (2007 - 2008) Leuven, Belgium
Frédéric Arenou (2001 - 2005) Meudon, France
Carine Babusiaux (2006 - 2007) Meudon, France
Coryn Bailer-Jones (2001 - 2007) MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany
Ulrich Bastian (2001 - 2007) ARI, Heidelberg, Germany
Anthony Brown (2006 - 2007) Leiden, The Netherlands
Mark Cropper (2006 - 2007) MSSL - UCL, United Kingdom
Eva Grebel (2007 - 2008) ARI, Heidelberg, Germany
Erik Høg (2001 - 2007) Copenhagen, Denmark
Andrew Holland (2001 - 2005) Leicester/Brunel, United Kingdom
David Katz (2001 - 2007) Meudon, France
Mario Lattanzi (2001 - 2005) Torino, Italy
Floor van Leeuwen (2003 - 2007) Cambridge, United Kingdom
Xavier Luri (2001 - 2007) Barcelona, Spain
François Mignard (2001 - 2012) Nice, France
Fred Jansen (2006) ESA/ESTEC (Gaia Project Scientist)
Michael Perryman (2001 - 2006) ESA/ESTEC (Gaia Project Scientist)
   

Members of the Gaia Science Advisory Group (1997 - 2000)
(Corresponding to Phase A: the Project Feasibility Phase)
 
Gerard Gilmore Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge
Erik Høg Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen (formerly Copenhagen University Observatory)
Mario Lattanzi Osservatorio Astronomico di Torino
Lennart Lindegren Lund Observatory
Siegfried Röser (until 1998) ARI, Heidelberg
Tim de Zeeuw Sterrewacht Leiden
François Mignard Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, Nice
Klaas de Boer (from 1998) University of Bonn
Xavier Luri (from 1998) Universitat de Barcelona
Michael Perryman ESA/ESTEC (Gaia Study Scientist)