Schedule & Programme

Days & Slots Time Zones with daylight saving time in Summer
August 4,
Thursday
August 9,
Tuesday
Central Europe
(GMT+1h)+1h
Busan
GMT+9h
Central US
(GMT-6h)+1h
Morning
e-poster &
coffee break
Morning
e-poster &
coffee break
02:45-03:30 9:45-10:30 19:45-20:30
FM10-1 FM10-4 03:30-05:00 10:30-12:00 20:30-22:00
FM10-2 FM10-5 06:30-08:00 13:30-15:00 23:30-01:00
FM10-3 FM10-6 08:15-09:45 15:15-16:45 01:15-02:45
Afternoon
e-poster &
coffee break
Afternoon
e-poster &
coffee break
09:45-10:30 16:45-17:30 02:45-03:30

Tentative Programme

SlotCategoryNameTalk TitleRemarks*
FM 10-1InvitedHamed ValizadeganExoMiner: A Highly Effective Deep Learning Classifier to Mine Exoplanets30 min
FM 10-1InvitedAndrew VanderburgEnhancing and Optimizing TESS’s Scientific Output using Machine Learning30 min
FM 10-1Contrib.Rob WittenmyerMINERVA-Australis: A Southern TESS follow-up machine15 min
FM 10-1Contrib.Sebastián Zúñiga-FernándezSPECULOOS: Hunting exoplanets of ultracool dwarfs with 1-meter ground-based telescopes network15 min
FM 10-2InvitedJessie ChristiansenExoplanet Demographics: Exploring the Multiplicity of Planetary Systems30 min
FM 10-2InvitedErnst De MooijCharacterising the atmospheres of exoplanets using high-resolution transmission spectroscopy30 min
FM 10-2Contrib.William WelshUsing Small Telescopes to Photometrically Determine the Masses of Tatooine Planets15 min
FM 10-2Contrib.Zouhair BenkhaldounSmall telescopes and big projects15 min
FM 10-3InvitedSiegfried EgglSolar System Science opportunities with the Vera C. Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time30 min
FM 10-3InvitedFederica SpotoThe Gaia Follow Up Network: state of the art and future objectives30 min
FM 10-3Contrib.Teymoor SaifollahiPrecovery and risk assessment of the hazardous Near-Earth Objects in large astronomical surveys15 min
FM 10-3Contrib.Anatoliy IvantsovAstrometric bias due to overlapping image profiles in the focal plane and its removal in the positions of near-Earth asteroids15 min
FM 10-4InvitedAshish MahabalSearching Solar System and Exoplanetary Bodies the Data Science Way25 min
FM 10-4InvitedJean-Eudes ArlotNAROO: a New Astrometric Reduction of Old Observations25 min
FM 10-4InvitedStephen GwynRecycling photons: The uses of archives in solar system searches25 min
FM 10-4Contrib.Svitlana KolomiyetsData docking in meteor research15 min
FM 10-5InvitedMarco MicheliHigh precision astrometry of small solar system bodies20 min
FM 10-5InvitedMatthew LehnerThe Transneptunian Automated Occultation Survey – TAOS II20 min
FM 10-5InvitedJulia de LeónUnderstanding asteroids from their spectra. Asteroid taxonomies: benefits and limitations20 min
FM 10-5Contrib.Ivan SlyusarevSearch for M-type dominated asteroid families15 min
FM 10-5Contrib.Said HmiddouchComposition and activity of comets with TRAPPIST telescopes15 min
FM 10-6InvitedJosef ĎurechAsteroid photometry and its interpretation20 min
FM 10-6InvitedEric MacLennanSignificance of shapes and spins in the thermophysical modeling of asteroids20 min
FM 10-6InvitedAlberto CellinoAsteroid Polarimetry in the Gaia Era20 min
FM 10-6Contrib.Hee-Jae LeeLight curve survey of the asteroids with KMTNet15 min
FM 10-6Contrib.Gulchehra KokhirovaSynergy of Small Telescopes for Asteroid (6478) Gault Observations in Tajikistan and Slovakia15 min
* The allocated time is the total time of the talk including answers to the questions. We kindly ask speakers to foresee at least 3-5 minutes for a few questions, e.g., if the allocated time is 15 min. then the talk itself can be 12 min. and 3 min. for answering the questions.