Schedule & Programme

Days & Slots Time Zones with daylight saving time in Summer
August 4,
August 9,
Central Europe
Central US
Coffee break Morning
e-poster &
coffee break
02:45-03:30 09:45-10:30 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
e-poster &
coffee break
e-poster &
coffee break
09:45-10:30 16:45-17:30 02:45-03:30


August 4, 2022, KST
SessionChairman:Anatoliy IvantsovCH 106-107
SlotCategoryNameTalk TitleTimeline*
FM 10-1InvitedHamed Valizadegan ExoMiner: A Highly Effective Deep Learning Classifier to Mine Exoplanets10:30+30 min
FM 10-1InvitedAndrew Vanderburg (remote)Enhancing and Optimizing TESS’s Scientific Output using Machine Learning11:00+30 min
FM 10-1Contrib.Rob WittenmyerMINERVA-Australis: A Southern TESS follow-up machine11:30+15 min
FM 10-1Contrib.Sebastián Zúñiga-Fernández (remote)SPECULOOS: Hunting exoplanets of ultracool dwarfs with 1-meter ground-based telescopes network11:45+15 min
Lunch time
Session Chairman:Anatoliy IvantsovCH 106-107
FM 10-2InvitedJessie Christiansen (remote)Exoplanet Demographics: Exploring the Multiplicity of Planetary Systems13:30+30 min
FM 10-2InvitedErnst De Mooij (remote)Characterising the atmospheres of exoplanets using high-resolution transmission spectroscopy14:00+30 min
FM 10-2Contrib.William WelshUsing Small Telescopes to Photometrically Determine the Masses of Tatooine Planets14:30+15 min
FM 10-2Contrib.Zouhair Benkhaldoun (remote)Small telescopes and big projects14:45+15 min
Session Chairman:William ThuillotCH 106-107
FM 10-3InvitedSiegfried EgglSolar System Science opportunities with the Vera C. Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time15:15+25 min
FM 10-3InvitedFederica Spoto (remote)The Gaia Follow Up Network: state of the art and future objectives15:40+25 min
FM 10-3InvitedStephen Gwyn (remote)Recycling photons: The uses of archives in solar system searches16:05+25 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 asteroids16:30+15 min
August 9, 2022, KST
Session Chairman:David HobbsCH 106-107
FM 10-4InvitedAshish MahabalSearching Solar System and Exoplanetary Bodies the Data Science Way10:30+30 min
FM 10-4InvitedJean-Eudes Arlot (remote)NAROO: a New Astrometric Reduction of Old Observations11:00+30 min
FM 10-4Contrib.Teymoor SaifollahiPrecovery and risk assessment of the hazardous Near-Earth Objects in large astronomical surveys11:30+15 min
FM 10-4Contrib.Svitlana KolomiyetsData docking in meteor research11:45+15 min
Lunch time
Session Chairman:Myung-Jin KimCH 106-107
FM 10-5InvitedMarco Micheli (remote)High precision astrometry of small solar system bodies13:30+20 min
FM 10-5InvitedMatthew LehnerThe Transneptunian Automated Occultation Survey – TAOS II13:50+20 min
FM 10-5InvitedJulia de León (remote)Understanding asteroids from their spectra. Asteroid taxonomies: benefits and limitations14:10+20 min
FM 10-5Contrib.Ivan Slyusarev (remote)Search for M-type dominated asteroid families14:30+15 min
FM 10-5Contrib.Said HmiddouchComposition and activity of comets with TRAPPIST telescopes14:45+15 min
Session Chairman:Myung-Jin KimCH 106-107
FM 10-6InvitedJosef ĎurechAsteroid photometry and its interpretation15:15+20 min
FM 10-6InvitedEric MacLennan (remote)Significance of shapes and spins in the thermophysical modeling of asteroids15:35+20 min
FM 10-6InvitedAlberto Cellino (remote)Asteroid Polarimetry in the Gaia Era15:55+20 min
FM 10-6Contrib.Hee-Jae LeeLight curve survey of the asteroids with KMTNet16:15+15 min
FM 10-6Contrib.Gulchehra KokhirovaSynergy of Small Telescopes for Asteroid (6478) Gault Observations in Tajikistan and Slovakia16:30+15 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.

Important notes:

You can submit your presentation file on MY PAGE at the XXXI IAU General Assembly website OR upload it onto the onsite system at the Preview Room. Please, check a few slides prepared by the LOC (note, that the deadlines to upload invited/contributed talks is 23:59 KST on July 25, 2022, and e-posters/e-talks to the GA website galleries is postponed to 23:59 KST on July 22, 2022).  

  • My Page. Please log onto MY PAGE and click the “Submit” button next to abstracts title and attach your presentation file in PPT or PDF format. Presentation upload system will be closed at 23:59 KST on July 29, 2022. (PDF format is highly recommended due to compatibility issues, e.g. font, operating system difference, software version, etc.)
  • Preview room. Please visit the Preview room located in EC 316, Exhibition Center 1 at BEXCO at least four (4) hours prior to the commencement of your scheduled session. The staff and technicians will assist you to review and update your slides. Preview room will be open from 08:00 to 18:30 between Tuesday and Friday in Week 1, between Monday and Thursday in Week 2.