8 / GAIA DPAC CU5 MEETING


14 – 17 October 2019   print this page

Conference organizers:

Lovro Palaversa, Ruđer Bošković Institute Zagreb, Croatia

Dafydd W. Evans, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Francesca de Angeli, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom


Conference description:

A meeting of the Gaia Data Processing and Analysis Consortium Coordination Unit 5 will be held in the anticipation of the upcoming releases of the data from the European Space Agency’s Gaia spacecraft. Gaia is an ESA cornerstone mission providing precise positions, parallaxes and motions for roughly 1.5 billion stars in the Milky Way, with the aim of providing the data upon which the most precise model of the Galaxy will be buitl. The topics covered during the meeting will be focused on calibration and validation of the photometry from the Gaia spacecraft.


Conference lecturers:

Carla Cacciari, INAF-OAS Bologna, Italy

Nikolas Rowell, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Gemy Gilmore, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Dafydd W. Evans, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Patrick W Burgess, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Marco Riello, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Francesca de Angeli, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Elena Pancino, INAF - Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory, Firenze, Italy

Simon Hodgkin, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Claus Fabricius, University of Barcelona, Spain

Giorgia Busso, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Michael Davidson, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Lovro Palaversa, Ruđer Bošković Institute Zagreb, Croatia

Gracia Gonzalo, University of Heidelberg, Spain

Timo Prusti, Europian Space Agency, Netherlands

Jose Hernandes, European Space Agency, Spain

Fiore de Luise, Italian National Institute for Astrophysics, Italy

Michael Weiler, University of Barcelona, Spain

Marco Castellani, INAF - Observatory of Rome, Italy

David Teyssier, European Space Agency, Spain

Antonella Vallenari, INAF-OAS Padova, Italy

Diana Harrison, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Nikolas Walton, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Nami Mowlavi, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Josep Manel Carrasco, University of Barcelona, Spain

Rene Andrae, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Germany

Floor van Leeuwen, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Nicoletta Sanna, INAF - Observatory of Arcetri, Italy

Paolo Montegriffo, INAF-OAS Bologna, Italy