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Workshop Agenda

Workshop Agenda as Google Spreadsheet

Abstracts book

Throughout all days of the Workshop, the informal discussions can be carried out using Wonder tool and Slack. The links will be provided to the registered participants.

Time table and YouTube stream

day/start time UT New Zealand Japan India Europe UK New York Los Angeles YouTube
Monday 18.Jan 2pm (+1d ) 2am 11pm 7:30pm 3pm 2pm 9am 6am
Tuesday 19.Jan 9am 10pm 6pm 2:30pm 10am 9am 4am 1am
Wednesday 20.Jan 5pm (+1d) 6am (+1d) 2am 10:30pm 6pm 5pm 12pm 9am
Thursday 21.Jan 9am 10pm 6pm 2:30pm 10am 9am 4am 1am
Friday 22.Jan 2pm (+1d)3am 11pm 7:30pm 3pm 2pm 9am 6am

name title duration (with discussion)
Monday 18 January 2021
15:00 Lukasz Wyrzykowski Welcome and technical information 0:05
15:05 Marek Moszyński Welcome address from the President of the Polish Space Agency 0:05
15:10 Timo Prusti Gaia overview 0:30
15:40 Simon Hodgkin Gaia Science Alerts: Status of the system PDF 0:25
16:05 Gerry Gilmore Gaia, OPTICON, ORP and time-domain astronomy 0:25
16:30 John Davies TDA in the OPTICON Radionet PILOT 0:15
16:45 Harro Verkouter ORP - PILOT = TOM + EVN 0:15
17:00 Break 0:15
17:15 Lukasz Wyrzykowski Introduction to the Black Hole Target Observation Manager (BHTOM) 0:15
17:30 Maja Jabłońska Black Hole Target Observation Manager 0:15
17:45 Paweł Zieliński Uploading data to BHTOM 0:15
18:00 Przemysław Mikołajczyk CCDPhot for automated photometric processing 0:15
18:15 Mikołaj Kałuszyński Webservices in scientific applications, CCDPHOTsvc 0:15
18:30 Rachel Street Software tools to enhance alert-based science 0:05
Tuesday 19 January 2021
10:00 Pawel Zielinski Spectroscopic classification of Gaia microlensing event candidates 0:15
10:15 Gábor Marton Classification of Gaia Alerts with machine learning algorithms 0:15
10:30 Ilknur Gezer Photometric classification of Gaia microlensing event candidates with machine learning methods 0:15
10:45 Roberto Alexander Cerviño Automatic classification of Gaia Photometric Alerts using spectra data through Machine Learning and Deep Learning. 0:15
11:00 Nicholas Rattenbury New Zealand Time Critical Astrophysics 0:15
11:15 Takahiro Sumi PRIME 0:15
11:30 Maria Gabriela Navarro VVV Microlensing events in the Galactic bulge 0:15
11:45 Akihiko Fukui Photometry of Gaia Microlensing Events from Tomo-e Gozen Survey 0:05
11:50 Break 0:25
12:15 Eran Ofek The Large Array Survey Telescope and time delay estimation 0:30
12:45 Mariusz Gromadzki OGLE-IV Transient Search 0:15
13:00 Zuzanna Kostrzewa-Rutkowska Electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources with Gaia 0:15
13:15 Hasan H. Esenoglu Spectroscopy and Photometry of Gaia20eld (Nova Cas 2020) 0:15
13:30 Krzysztof Kaminski Science with RBT/PST2 and PST3 telescopes. 0:15
13:45 Zsofia Nagy Dipper-like variability of the Gaia alerted young star V555 Ori 0:15
18:00 WonderMe platform Hands-on in data uploading in BHTOM led by Pawel Zielinski
Wednesday 20 January 2021
15:00 Zoom Hands-on in data uploading in BHTOM led by Pawel Zielinski (repeated)
18:00 Nami Mowlavi Overview of variable objects processing within the Gaia consortium 0:25
18:25 William Thuillot Gaia follow-up of the uncatalogued Solar System Objects 0:15
18:40 Dirk Froebrich Gaia Alert Follow up with the HOYS Citizen Science project 0:15
18:55 Malhar Kendurkar Data Analysis and Search for Astronomical Transients (AT's) 0:05
19:00 Katarzyna Kruszyńska Microlensing Highlights in Gaia Science Alerts 0:15
19:15 Kris Rybicki Update on Gaia19bld event 0:15
19:30 Break 0:15
19:45 Zofia Kaczmarek Lensing events with parallax in Gaia Alerts 0:15
20:00 Marius Maskoliunas Preliminary results for the microlensing event Gaia19dke 0:15
20:15 Ashish Mahabal ZTF, ML, and Variability 0:15
20:30 Przemek Mroz All-sky searches for gravitational microlensing events with data from the Zwicky Transient Facility 0:15
20:45 Etienne Bachelet The OMEGA Key Project : detection of cold planets and stellar remnants in the entire Milky Way 0:15
Thursday 21 January 2021
10:00 Iair Arcavi TDEs overview 0:15
10:15 Nada Ihanec Bowen Fluorescence Flares - new class of nuclear transients 0:05
10:20 Szymon Kozlowski Quasar Variability in Gaia: Simulation Perspective 0:15
10:35 Morgan Fraser Supernovae and Gaia 0:15
10:50 Mateusz Bronikowski Overluminous transients in Gaia Alerts using photometric redshift 0:05
10:55 Benny Trakhtenbrot Resolving the Mystery of Changing Look AGN with Responsive Follow-up Observations 0:15
11:10 Break 0:30
11:40 Tsvi Piran TDEs in AGNs 0:15
11:55 Nikolaos Mandarakas Search for AGN counterparts of unidentified Fermi-LAT sources with optical polarimetry. Demonstration of the technique 0:15
12:10 Benito Marcote Discovering radio transients from Gaia Alerts 0:15
12:25 Dmitry Blinov On the need of optical polarimetry follow up of flaring AGN in Gaia alerts 0:05
12:30 Jaroslav Merc Gaia18aen: First symbiotic star discovered by Gaia 0:15
12:45 Michał Siwak In search for new eruptive young stars among Gaia Alerts 0:15
13:00 Artie Hatzes The Alfred Jensch 2m Telescope and its Use for Targets of Opportunity 0:15
13:15 Klaas Wiersema A snapshot survey of polarised light in optical transients 0:15
Friday 22 January 2021
15:05 Gaspar Bakos Monitoring the sky with HATPI 0:15
15:20 Josep Manel Carrasco Science alerts from the Joan Oró telescope 0:05
15:25 Marco Lam First glimpse of the new LT/SPRAT automated pipeline with ASPIRED 0:05
15:30 Stephen Brincat & Charles Galdies Time-series photometry from Flarestar Observatory – Malta 0:15
15:45 Michel Dennefeld Follow-up of some Gaia Alerts 0:15
16:00 Break 0:20
16:20 Goran Damljanovic Gaia Alerts and the Serbian-Bulgarian mini-network telescopes during 2020 0:15
16:35 Justas Zdanavičius Gaia alert observations and reductions in Lithuania 0:15
16:50 Ruta Urbonaviciute Search for variable stars in the northern sky 0:05
16:55 Algita Stankevičiūtė Future of detecting Black Holes with ground-based telescopes 0:05
17:00 Karsten Brogaard Educational telescope at Mt. Kent 0:05
17:05 Fraser Lewis Linking Education and Research Using Robotic Telescopes 0:15
17:20 Agnieszka Słowikowska Orbital and physical parameters distributions of exoplanets in the light of Gaia DR2 catalogue 0:05
17:25 Summary 0:15
17:40 Social meeting on WonderMe