Workshop2015:agenda

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To all speakers: please send your slides prior to your presentation to Lukasz Wyrzykowski. Accepted formats: PDF, Keynote, PowerPoint, OpenOffice


File:AbstractBook2015.pdf

name title time (with discussion)
Tuesday, 10 November 2015
10:00 registration desk open
12:30 lunch 1:30
14:00 Welcome 0:10
14:10 David Bersier ASAS-SN: The All-Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae 0:20
14:30 David Reiss LSST Transient Alert Production Pipeline 0:20
14:50 Zuzanna Kostrzewa-Rutkowska OGLE-IV Transient Survey 0:20
15:10 Krzysztof Ulaczyk The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer 0:15
15:25 coffee break 0:35
16:00 Fraser Lewis Education and Outreach Opportunities from Gaia Transients 0:20
16:20 Sophie Bartlett Getting to know Gaia - Applying a current, real-world context to the school science curriculum 0:20
16:40 Anna Hourihane Gaia Science Alerts for outreach: publication and follow-up 0:20
17:00 Lorraine Hanlon Watcher robotic telescope and Gaia archive 0:20
17:20 Tim Staley Beyond ATEL's - How to hook in to the VOEvent network 0:20
17:40 end of day 1
Wednesday, 11 November 2015
09:30 Simon Hodgkin Gaia Science Alerts 0:30
10:00 Lukasz Wyrzykowski First year of the Gaia Alerts 0:30
10:30 Heather Campbell First science from Gaia 0:30
11:00 coffee break 0:45
11:45 Laurent Eyer Variable stars in Gaia 0:25
12:10 Nic Walton Gaia Science Alerts in the Main Gaia Data Releases 0:20
12:30 Nadejda Blagorodnova Nuclear transient detection with Gaia 0:30
13:00 WORKSHOP PHOTO steps to the Cathedral
13:10 lunch break 1:30
14:30 Grant Kennedy Transits of exploding asteroids and fragmented comets 0:20
14:50 Chris Copperwheat Gaia transients with the Liverpool Telescope and Liverpool Telescope 2 0:20
15:10 Rob Barnsley IO:I - a new infrared imager for the Liverpool Telescope 0:15
15:25 coffee break 0:35
16:00 Andrzej Piascik Spectrographic Classification of Transients with the Liverpool Telescope 0:20
16:20 Helen Jermak LOTUS: a low-cost UV spectrograph on the Liverpool Telescope 0:15
16:35 Massimo Turatto SOXS, the next generation instrument for ESO NTT 0:15
16:50 Alceste Bonanos Observing facilities at the National Observatory of Athens 0:20
17:10 Goran Damljanovic Gaia-FUN-TO and the observations of Gaia Alerts objects using Serbian-Bulgarian mini-network telescopes 0:20
17:30 Giuseppe Leto Catania participation in the Gaia Alerts Network 0:15
17:45 Kris Rybicki Loiano and Ostrowik Observatories 0:15
18:00 discussion 0:30
18:30 end of day 2
19:30 WORKSHOP DINNER
Thursday, 12 November 2015
09:30 Peter Jonker TDEs with Gaia 0:25
09:55 Sjoert van Velzen Optical observations of stellar tidal disruption flares 0:25
10:20 Thomas Wevers Fast transients from Gaia 0:20
10:40 Susanna Vergani Catching GRB orphan afterglows from Gaia triggers 0:20
11:00 coffee break 0:45
11:45 Seppo Mattila Nuclear supernovae with Gaia 0:25
12:10 Morgan Fraser Freaks and weirdos - A taxonomy of rare, peculiar and puzzling supernovae 0:25
12:35 Massimo Della Valle Novae in the Gaia Era 0:25
13:00 lunch break 1:30
14:30 Elme Breedt Accreting compact object binaries from Gaia and other transient surveys 0:20
14:50 Kris Rybicki Astrometric microlensing from Gaia and OGLE 0:20
15:10 Gerry Gilmore OPTICON 0:15
15:25 coffee break 0:35
16:00 Josep Manel Carrasco The Montsec Observatory and the Gaia science alerts 0:20
16:20 Ulrich Kolb PIRATE going forward 0:20
16:40 Orhan Erece Observations, Contributions and A New Follow-Up Software at TUG 0:15
16:55 Murat Dindar TUG Software Tools for ToO Observations 0:15
17:10 Vira Godunova Monitoring of transient phenomena at the Terskol Observatory 0:15
17:25 Viktor Votruba Danish 1.54m telescope na La Silla and Czech participation 0:20
17:45 Klaas Wiersema Observing transients with the University of Leicester observatory 0:15
18:00 Magda Butkiewicz-Bąk Global Astrophysical Telescope System - a new tool for photometry and spectroscopy 0:15
18:15 end of day 3
Friday, 13 November 2015
09:30 Arancha Delgado Introduction to the new Gaia Alerts Interface 0:30
10:00 Morgan Fraser Running a successful spectroscopic programme - lessons from PESSTO 0:30
10:30 Lukasz Wyrzykowski How to do the photometric follow-up? 0:30
11:00 coffee break 0:45
11:45 Lukasz Wyrzykowski Introduction to the Calibration Server and other tools 0:30
12:15 Heather Campbell Photometric classification of transients 0:30
12:45 lunch and end of the meeting


NOTE: agenda might still change slightly