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=Workshop Agenda=
 
=Workshop Agenda=
It will appear here soon!
 
  
We plan to start on the morning of Wednesday, 18.Dec and finish the meeting with lunch on Friday, 20.Dec.  
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<!--Agenda is available also as a [[Media:agenda.pdf|PDF here]] -->
  
On Saturday, 21.Dec, there will be an interesting social event/trip, so if you can, please stay a bit longer!
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{| class="wikitable"
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|''name''
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|''title''
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|''duration (with discussion)''
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|colspan="4"|<big>'''Wednesday 18 December 2019'''</big>
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|'''10:00'''
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|'''Coffee and Registration '''
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|
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|01:00
 +
|----
 +
|11:00
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|Giuseppe Leto, Isabella Pagano
 +
| Welcome address and logistics
 +
|00:10
 +
|----
 +
|11:10
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|Timo Prusti
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|Gaia mission status [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/TimoPrusti.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:30
 +
|----
 +
|11:40
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|Lorenzo Rimoldini
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|Classification of Gaia variable objects: DR2 vs DR3 [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/LorenzoRimoldini.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:20
 +
|----
 +
|12:00
 +
|Simon Hodgkin
 +
|Gaia Science Alerts introduction (delivered by LW) [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/SimonHodgkin.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:30
 +
|----
 +
|12:30
 +
|Gábor Marton
 +
|PyTorch classification of astronomical light curves [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/GaborMarton.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|12:45
 +
|Mitja Fridman
 +
|Study of the Gaia AlertPipe performance and test of the likelihood detector [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/MitjaFridman.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|'''13:00'''
 +
|'''Lunch break '''
 +
|
 +
|01:00
 +
|----
 +
|14:00
 +
|Akihiko Fukui
 +
|Planned Ground-based Survey for Bright Microlensing Events  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/AkihikoFukui.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:25
 +
|----
 +
|14:25
 +
|Ilknur Gezer
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|Young Stellar Objects in Gaia  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/IlknurGezer.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|14:40
 +
|Volodymyr Reshetnyk
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|Gaia Alerts in X-ray and Radio catalogues  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/VolodymirReshetnyk.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
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|----
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|14:55
 +
|Andrii Simon
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|New events in the Gaia alerts data. [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/AndrewSimon.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|15:10
 +
|Franz-Josef (Josch) Hambsch
 +
|Follow up of GAIA alerts [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/JoschHambsch.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|'''15:25'''
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|'''Coffee break'''
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|
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|00:35
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|----
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|16:00
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|Fraser Lewis
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|(remote) Using Gaia Alerts to Link Education and Research [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/FraserLewis.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|16:15
 +
|Vira Godunova
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|Long-term monitoring of Gaia transients at the Terskol Observatory [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/ViraGodunova.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
 +
|----
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|16:30
 +
|Inna Izviekova
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|Variability analysis of Gaia16bnz by optical follow-up from Terskol and Lisnyky observatories [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/InnaIzviekova.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
 +
|----
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|16:45
 +
|Yana Markus
 +
|Gaia Alerts optical follow-up from Lisnyky observatory  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/YanaMarkus.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|17:00
 +
|Helen Jermak
 +
|Time Domain Astronomy with the New Robotic Telescope  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/HelenJermak.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|17:15
 +
|Ricardo Zanmar Sanchez
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|News about the robotic APT2 telescope and the SOXS spectrograph at NTT  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/RicardoZanmarSanchez.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|17:30
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|Susanne M Hoffmann
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|2000 years of alert history - what can we learn from dead astronomer's observations?
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|00:15
 +
|----
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|----
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|colspan="4"|<big>'''Thursday 19 December 2019'''</big>
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|----
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|09:30
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|Gerry Gilmore
 +
|The next OPTICON opportunity [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/GerryGilmore.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:20
 +
|----
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|09:50
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|Gudrun Pebody
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|the OPTICON-RadioNet PILOT [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/GudrunPebody.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
 +
|----
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|10:05
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|John Davies
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|(remote) TNA in OPTICON [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/JohnDavies.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|10:20
 +
|David Buckley
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|Transient astronomy in South Africa [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/DavidBuckley.pdf PDF]
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|00:25
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|----
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|10:45
 +
|Marco Lam
 +
|Cross-platform automated spectral data reduction application [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/MarcoLam.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|'''11:00'''
 +
|'''Coffee break '''
 +
|
 +
|00:30
 +
|----
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|11:30
 +
|Pawel Zieliński
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|Cambrigde Photometric Calibration Server 2.0 [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/PawelZielinski.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|11:45
 +
|Przemysław Mikołajczyk
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|CCDPhot​ - an engine behind CPCS 2.0 [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/PrzemekMikolajczyk.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
 +
|----
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|12:00
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|Lukasz Wyrzykowski
 +
|OPTICON Time-Domain Network and its future including Black Hole TOM presentation [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/LukaszWyrzykowski.pdf PDF]
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|00:25
 +
|----
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|12:25
 +
|Iair Arcavi
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|Rapid Robotic Followup of Transients [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/IairArcavi.pdf PDF]
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|00:25
 +
|----
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|'''12:50'''
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|'''Lunch break '''
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|
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|01:10
 +
|----
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|14:00
 +
|Rob Beswick
 +
|(remote) Radio Time Domain in the new PILOT  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/RobBeswick.pdf PDF]
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|00:20
 +
|----
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|14:20
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|Marcin Gawroński
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|Radio observations in the era of time-domain astronomy  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/MarcinGawronski.pdf PDF]
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|00:20
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|----
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|14:40
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|''Discussion ''
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|''new OPTICON discussion''
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|00:50
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|----
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|'''15:30'''
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|'''Coffee break '''
 +
|'''Workshop photo'''
 +
|00:30
 +
|----
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|16:00
 +
|Cosimo Inserra
 +
|ePESSTO+: the advanced Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/CosimoInserra.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:30
 +
|----
 +
|16:30
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|Mariusz Gromadzki
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|New types of transients in the era of all-sky surveys  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/MariuszGromadzki.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|16:45
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|Nada Ihanec
 +
|Nuclear transients in Gaia  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/NadaIhanec.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|17:00
 +
|Mateusz Bronikowski
 +
|Identification of overluminous Gaia Alerts using photo-z catalogues  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/MateuszBronikowski.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|17:15
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|Katja Bricman
 +
|Observing TDEs in the era of LSST  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/KatjaBricman.pdf PDF]
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|00:15
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|----
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|'''20:00'''
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|'''Workshop Dinner'''
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|
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|
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|----
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|----
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|colspan="4"|<big>'''Friday 20 December 2019'''</big>
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|----
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|09:30
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|Zofia Kaczmarek
 +
|The search for IMBHs in Gaia: new simulations and results  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/ZofiaKaczmarek.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|09:45
 +
|Algita Stankevičiūtė
 +
|Atmospheric Turbulence challenges for hunting Black Holes with ground based telescopes  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/AlgitaStankeviciute.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|10:00
 +
|Kotryna Siskauskaite
 +
|Microlensing through binary black holes  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/KotrynaSiskauskaite.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|10:15
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|Katarzyna Kruszyńska
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|Highlights from Microlensing events found in Gaia Science Alerts  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/KatarzynaKruszynska.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:20
 +
|----
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|10:35
 +
|Krzysztof Rybicki
 +
|Gaia18bmt and Gaia19bld - highlights from microlensing alerts  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/KrzysztofRybicki.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:20
 +
|----
 +
|'''10:55'''
 +
|'''Coffee break '''
 +
|
 +
|00:35
 +
|----
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|11:30
 +
|Agnieszka Gurgul
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|Polarimetric measurements of microlensing events; Solaris network of autonomous telescopes  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/AgnieszkaGurgul.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:20
 +
|----
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|11:50
 +
|Tolga Güver
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|Istanbul University Observatory : IST60 as a Robotic Telescope  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/TolgaGuver.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|12:05
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|Nariman Ismailov
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|On the observational equipments in visual range at the Shamakhy Observatory  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/NarimanIsmailov.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|12:20
 +
|Oliwia Ziółkowska
 +
|Loiano and Aristarchos in OPTICON  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/OliwiaZiolkowska.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|12:35
 +
|Staszek Zola
 +
|Followup observations of Gaia alerts with SKYNET robotic telescopes  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/StaszekZola.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
 +
|12:50
 +
|Erika Pakstiene
 +
|Stellar variability analysis at Molėtai Astronomical Observatory  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/ErikaPakstiene.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|13:05
 +
|Justas Zdanavičius
 +
|Gaia alerts observation at Molėtai Astronomical Observatory  [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2019/JustasZdanavicius.pdf PDF]
 +
|00:15
 +
|----
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|'''13:20'''
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|'''Lunch break '''
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|
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|00:55
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|----
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|14:15
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|''Discussion''
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|"Technical issues, comments''
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|
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|----
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|15:15
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|'''end of the workshop '''
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|
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|
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|----
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|}
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''last update: 21/12/2019 06:14''
  
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=Social dinner=
 
 
The Social Dinner will be held on '''Thursday 19th December''' at 20:00.<br />
 
The Social Dinner will be held on '''Thursday 19th December''' at 20:00.<br />
More information and details will follow soon.<br />
 
Please let us know if you are willing to attend the social dinner and indicate if you have any food intolerances or special requests. <br />
 
 
 
=Social event: excursion to Mount Etna=
 
We are are planning to organize an '''excursion on the Mount Etna''' for Saturday 21 December. <br />
 
For more information about Mount Etna, see the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Etna Wikipedia webpage].
 
 
 
[[File:etnacrateri3.jpg|373px]]
 
[[File:Trekking-sullEtna-Cratere-Centrale--1080x675.jpg|424px]]
 
<br />
 
''Image credits: "Guide Vulcanologiche Etna" and "Rifugio Sapienza" websites''
 
 
 
Full details about the organization will be given later, but an approximate itinerary of the excursion may be:
 
*leave Catania city center in the morning by bus to reach the Sapienza Refuge, which is located in the privileged position of 1.920 meters above sea level, at the highest point of arrival for cars and close to the Etna cable car facilities;
 
*a guided tour of the area around Sapienza Refuge (within 200 m asl variation) or, for those who want to try a stronger experience, a trekking further up to 2.900 asl (depending on the Prefecture security prescriptions);
 
*lunch in the Sapienza Refuge area;
 
*in the early afternoon, a visit to the station "M.G. Fracastoro" of the Catania Astrophysical Observatory, located on the southern slope of Mt. Etna volcano at Serra La Nave (1.735 m asl);
 
*return back to Catania about at 5:00 p.m.
 
 
Who wants to try a closer experience with craters in the morning can buy a ticket at Sapienza Refuge to go up with an organized tour that includes cab+unimog+guided tour: the fare is around €65.
 
 
 
==Fares for excursion to Mount Etna==
 
<!-- Transportation by bus from/to Catania and the guide for the tour around the Sapienza Refuge area are offered by the Meeting WOC.<br /> -->
 
The price of the trip will depend on the number of interested people. The price will include the transportation by bus from/to Catania and the guide for the tour around the Sapienza Refuge area.
 
All meals, the trip on the higher craters and what is not explicitly indicated are the responsibility of the participants.
 
 
==What you need to know before joining the excursion==
 
*Mount Etna is the highest volcano in Europe (3.350 meters) and one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Following continuous eruptive activities, access beyond 2.920 meters asl ("Torre del Filosofo") is forbidden, as per the Ordinance of the Prefecture of Catania.
 
*The mountain requires specific clothing and accessories: trekking shoes, anoraks and also walking stick are recommended (they can be rented at the Sapienza Refuge). We suggest you also to get dressed in layers, in order to cope with sudden climatic changes, and to bring with you some food and water.
 
*This excursion is not recommended only for those who suffer from blood pressure, heart problems and asthma.
 
 
 
LINKS: [https://www.rifugiosapienza.com/cosa-fare-sull-etna.php Rifugio Sapienza website] | [https://g.page/rifugio-sapienza?share Position of Sapienza Refuge on Google Maps] | [http://funiviaetna.com/ Funivia dell’Etna (Etna cable car)] | [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Etna Mount Etna on Wikipedia]
 
 
 
=Alternative trip to Syracuse=
 
In case of unfavorable weather conditions on the mountain, which in December could also foresee snow, an alternative could be a '''one-day trip to Syracuse'''.<br />
 
Syracuse, a historic sicilian city covered in layers of white stone, is listed since 2005 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site because its monuments and archeological sites are charming example of different architectural and cultural historical periods, such as Greek, Roman and Baroque.
 
 
 
[[File:1600px-Cattedrale,_Syracuse,_Province_of_Syracuse,_Ortygia,_Sicily,_Italy_-_panoramio.jpg|800px]]
 
<br />
 
''Image credits: "Wikimedia Commons"
 
 
 
The trip itinerary is to be defined, but it may include:
 
*''Neapolis archaeological park'', which is a vast area featuring many important ancient buildings and structures, such as Roman theater, Greek theater, the altar of Hieron II and the Ear of Dionysius;
 
*the ''Syracuse market'', where you can shop souvenirs and even buy some spices and herbs;
 
*the ''Ortigia Island'' and the ''Duomo Cathedral''.
 
 
 
LINKS: [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syracuse,_Sicily Syracuse on Wikipedia] | [https://goo.gl/maps/EHQCy84t38y5qAnz7 Position of Syracuse on Google Maps]
 
  
 +
On Saturday, 21.Dec, there will be an interesting social event/trip, so if you can, please stay a bit longer!
  
==Fares for excursion to Syracuse==
+
More details on the Social programme and the trips are available under [[Workshop2019:logistics|Logistics pages]]
Transportation by bus from/to Catania is offered by the Meeting WOC. <br />
 
All meals, tickets in the archeological sites and what is not explicitly indicated are the responsibility of the participants.
 

Latest revision as of 07:09, 17 June 2020

Workshop Agenda


name title duration (with discussion)
Wednesday 18 December 2019
10:00 Coffee and Registration 01:00
11:00 Giuseppe Leto, Isabella Pagano Welcome address and logistics 00:10
11:10 Timo Prusti Gaia mission status PDF 00:30
11:40 Lorenzo Rimoldini Classification of Gaia variable objects: DR2 vs DR3 PDF 00:20
12:00 Simon Hodgkin Gaia Science Alerts introduction (delivered by LW) PDF 00:30
12:30 Gábor Marton PyTorch classification of astronomical light curves PDF 00:15
12:45 Mitja Fridman Study of the Gaia AlertPipe performance and test of the likelihood detector PDF 00:15
13:00 Lunch break 01:00
14:00 Akihiko Fukui Planned Ground-based Survey for Bright Microlensing Events PDF 00:25
14:25 Ilknur Gezer Young Stellar Objects in Gaia PDF 00:15
14:40 Volodymyr Reshetnyk Gaia Alerts in X-ray and Radio catalogues PDF 00:15
14:55 Andrii Simon New events in the Gaia alerts data. PDF 00:15
15:10 Franz-Josef (Josch) Hambsch Follow up of GAIA alerts PDF 00:15
15:25 Coffee break 00:35
16:00 Fraser Lewis (remote) Using Gaia Alerts to Link Education and Research PDF 00:15
16:15 Vira Godunova Long-term monitoring of Gaia transients at the Terskol Observatory PDF 00:15
16:30 Inna Izviekova Variability analysis of Gaia16bnz by optical follow-up from Terskol and Lisnyky observatories PDF 00:15
16:45 Yana Markus Gaia Alerts optical follow-up from Lisnyky observatory PDF 00:15
17:00 Helen Jermak Time Domain Astronomy with the New Robotic Telescope PDF 00:15
17:15 Ricardo Zanmar Sanchez News about the robotic APT2 telescope and the SOXS spectrograph at NTT PDF 00:15
17:30 Susanne M Hoffmann 2000 years of alert history - what can we learn from dead astronomer's observations? 00:15
Thursday 19 December 2019
09:30 Gerry Gilmore The next OPTICON opportunity PDF 00:20
09:50 Gudrun Pebody the OPTICON-RadioNet PILOT PDF 00:15
10:05 John Davies (remote) TNA in OPTICON PDF 00:15
10:20 David Buckley Transient astronomy in South Africa PDF 00:25
10:45 Marco Lam Cross-platform automated spectral data reduction application PDF 00:15
11:00 Coffee break 00:30
11:30 Pawel Zieliński Cambrigde Photometric Calibration Server 2.0 PDF 00:15
11:45 Przemysław Mikołajczyk CCDPhot​ - an engine behind CPCS 2.0 PDF 00:15
12:00 Lukasz Wyrzykowski OPTICON Time-Domain Network and its future including Black Hole TOM presentation PDF 00:25
12:25 Iair Arcavi Rapid Robotic Followup of Transients PDF 00:25
12:50 Lunch break 01:10
14:00 Rob Beswick (remote) Radio Time Domain in the new PILOT PDF 00:20
14:20 Marcin Gawroński Radio observations in the era of time-domain astronomy PDF 00:20
14:40 Discussion new OPTICON discussion 00:50
15:30 Coffee break Workshop photo 00:30
16:00 Cosimo Inserra ePESSTO+: the advanced Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects PDF 00:30
16:30 Mariusz Gromadzki New types of transients in the era of all-sky surveys PDF 00:15
16:45 Nada Ihanec Nuclear transients in Gaia PDF 00:15
17:00 Mateusz Bronikowski Identification of overluminous Gaia Alerts using photo-z catalogues PDF 00:15
17:15 Katja Bricman Observing TDEs in the era of LSST PDF 00:15
20:00 Workshop Dinner
Friday 20 December 2019
09:30 Zofia Kaczmarek The search for IMBHs in Gaia: new simulations and results PDF 00:15
09:45 Algita Stankevičiūtė Atmospheric Turbulence challenges for hunting Black Holes with ground based telescopes PDF 00:15
10:00 Kotryna Siskauskaite Microlensing through binary black holes PDF 00:15
10:15 Katarzyna Kruszyńska Highlights from Microlensing events found in Gaia Science Alerts PDF 00:20
10:35 Krzysztof Rybicki Gaia18bmt and Gaia19bld - highlights from microlensing alerts PDF 00:20
10:55 Coffee break 00:35
11:30 Agnieszka Gurgul Polarimetric measurements of microlensing events; Solaris network of autonomous telescopes PDF 00:20
11:50 Tolga Güver Istanbul University Observatory : IST60 as a Robotic Telescope PDF 00:15
12:05 Nariman Ismailov On the observational equipments in visual range at the Shamakhy Observatory PDF 00:15
12:20 Oliwia Ziółkowska Loiano and Aristarchos in OPTICON PDF 00:15
12:35 Staszek Zola Followup observations of Gaia alerts with SKYNET robotic telescopes PDF 00:15
12:50 Erika Pakstiene Stellar variability analysis at Molėtai Astronomical Observatory PDF 00:15
13:05 Justas Zdanavičius Gaia alerts observation at Molėtai Astronomical Observatory PDF 00:15
13:20 Lunch break 00:55
14:15 Discussion "Technical issues, comments
15:15 end of the workshop

last update: 21/12/2019 06:14


The Social Dinner will be held on Thursday 19th December at 20:00.

On Saturday, 21.Dec, there will be an interesting social event/trip, so if you can, please stay a bit longer!

More details on the Social programme and the trips are available under Logistics pages