June 24, 2014

Presentations - Poster Symposium 2009

First CoRoT International Symposium

in Paris, February 2nd – 5th, 2009

Monday February 2, 2009
8h30 – 10h00 Registration and welcome coffee
10h00 – 10h30 Welcome addresses
Session IA: The CoRoT mission after 2 years in orbit.
10h30 - 10h40 Introduction to the symposium A. Baglin
10h40 - 11h10 (invited talk) O. Vandermarcq A journey in the exploitation of the CoRoT system
11h15 - 11h35 What has been already observed A. Baglin, E.Michel, P.Barge, W.Weiss, M. Deleuil, M. Auvergne
Session IB: The scientific context
11h40 - 12h20 (invited talk) C. Terquem Theories of formation and migration of planets
12h30 - 13h10 (invited talk) J-P Zahn Asteroseismology: an irreplaceable tool to confront the great challenges of stellar physics
Session I: Posters
    Development of a hybrid algorithm for time-resolved stellar photometry from space images
    CoRoT Date observations, production and distribution
    CoRoT Data Distribution
    13:00 - 14:00 Lunch and poster viewing
    14:00 - 15:45 Session II: Seismology of solar like stars
    14:00 - General introduction on the sismo programme
    14:15 - Solar-like oscillations in the F star HD 181420 as observed by CoRoT C. Barban, T. Appourchaux, E.Michel
    14:30 - Analysis of power spectra of sun-like stars using a Bayesian Approach T. Appourchaux
    14:45 - Evidence of extra mixing from the seismic properties of the solar like star HD49933 M.J. Goupil, s. Deheuvels, A. Miglio et al
    15:00 - Thorough analysis of seismic properties of the solar-like CoRoT target HD49933 J. Montalban et al
    15:15 - Small separations and phase shift differences OF $=0.1$ Pmodes I.Roxburgh
    15:30 - Monte Carlo Markov chains applied to stellar modelling M. Bazot
    15:45 - 16:45 Coffee break and poster viewing
    Session II: Posters
      The Procyon Campaign: Frequency Analysis and Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Mode Parameters
      HD181906: a low signal-to-noise ratio target of CoRoT
      Enhancing the signal-to-noise ratio of solar-like targets
      HD49385: A cool solar-like target observed by CoRoT
      Narrow frequency windowed autocorrelations as a diagnostic of solar-like stars
      Which constraints can we set on the convective core of HD49933 ?
      Asteroseismic Modelling of Procyon A
      Relative Weights of the Observational Constraints on the Determination of Stellar Parameters: a CenA & HD49933
      Exploration of parameter space for modeling CoRoT targets with CESAM/CLES codes
      On extracting signatures of small convective cores from space-based data
      New models for the CoRoT primary target HD 52265, including core overshooting
      16:45 - 18:15 Session III: Detection of transits, methods and results
      16:45 - General introduction on the exo programme
      17:00 - Transit detection in the CoRoT light curves: an overview on methods and results P. Barge
      17:15 - Planetary transit candidates in the CoRoT-IRa01 field S. Carpano, j. Cabrera, R. Alonso et al
      17:30 - The CoRoT planetary transit detection threshold F. Pont
      17:45 - Planetary transit discrimination with the help of color information in CoRoT light curves P. Bordé, B. Samuel, A. Léger et al
      18:00 - Assessing the confidence of low signal-to-noise transit candidates from CoRoT light curves B. Samuel, P. Bordé, A. léger et al
      Session III: Posters
        Searching For Transiting Circumbinary Planets in CoRoT ? and Ground-Based Data Using CB-BLS
        Fitting Multi-Planet Transit Models to CoRoT Time-Data Series by Evolutionary Algorithms
        Tuesday February 3, 2009
        9:00 - 10:30 Session IV: Seismology of intermediate mass stars
        9:00 - What do first CoRoT data reveal about delta Scuti stars ? E. Michel et al
        9:15 - A new look to delta Scuti stars from space E. Poretti, E. Michel, R. Garrido et al.
        9:30 - Analysis and modelling of the delta Scuti stars HD 174966 and HD 174936 A. Garcia Hernandez, R. Garrido Haba, E Michel et al.
        9:45 - Frequency analysis of the sismo field gamma Doradus star: HD 49434 P. Matthias et al
        10:00 - Asteroseismology of intermediate-mass stars in NGC 2264 - first results K. Zwintz, A. Kaiser, M. Gruberbauer et al.
        10:15 - Magnetic and chemical structure of the CoRoT CP target star HD 50773 T. Lueftinger, W. Weiss, M. Aurière et al.
        10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break and poster viewing
        Session IV: Posters
          Theoretical -Dor instability domains and the quest for recurrent period spacings
          Slowly Pulsating B star candidates in the CoRoT seismo field of the LRc01
          HD 172189: a further step to furnish one of the best laboratories known for asteroseismic studies
          Doradus stars in the exoplanets fields: first inspection Doradus Thematic Team
          11:00 - 13:35 Session V: Planet confirmation, method and results
          11:00 - The smallest CoRoT planet D. Rouan
          11:15 - CoRoT's exoplanet harvest H. Rauer, M. Fridlund, the CEST
          11:40 - Initial run of CoRoT: How we learned and what we learned C. Moutou, F. Pont, R. Alonso et al.
          11:55 - The photometric follow-up of CoRoT planet candidates H. Deeg et al.
          12:10 - Radial velocity follow-up of CoRoT candidates : strategy, facilities and results F. Bouchy, C. Moutou, D.Queloz et al.
          12:25 - Spectroscopic analysis for the CoRoT planet host stars M. Deleuil, M. Fridlund, H. Bruntt et al.
          12:40 - VLT high-precision transit photometry for CoRoT planets M. Gillon, D. Queloz, A. Triaud et al
          12:55 - Multi-object spectroscopy in the CoRoT LRa01 field: The stellar content in the anti-center direction D. Gandolfi, E. Guenther, M. Deleuil et al.
          13:10 - Stellar populations of the observed CoRoT exo-fields and for the field LRC03 M. Barbieri
          13:25 - EXODAT: Exo-planets information system: Evolutions J.C. Meunier, M. Deleuil, F. Agneray et al.
          13:35 - 14:30 Lunch and poster viewing
          Session V: Posters
            Hints for star-planet interaction in CoRoT-exo2a
            14:30 - 16:00 Session VI: Seismology of hot stars
            14:30 - The Beta Cephei star HD 180642: Full integration of CoRoT and ground data for mode identification M. Briquet, K. Uytterhoeven, C. Aerts et al.
            14:45 - The Beta Cephei star HD 180642: Seismic modelling A. Thoul, M. Briquet, P.Degroote et al.
            15:00 - Seismic analysis of HD49330 from CoRoT and spectroscopic data A. L. Huat, A. M. Hubert, M. Floquet et al.
            15:15 - First seismic modelling of CoRoT BE stars C. Neiner, H. Saio, C. Lovekin et al.
            15:30 - Mode identification in rapidly rotating stars D. Reese, M. Thompson, K. MacGregor et al.
            15h45 - Pulsating B stars in CoRoT's exofield data: discoveries, frenquencies and general properties P. Degroote, A. Miglio, J. Debosscher
            Session VI: Posters
              Characterization of CoRoT variable stars with FLAMES & statistical study of pulsations of Be stars
              The Be star HD 50209: results from the seismology field P. D. Diago Nebot, J. Gutiérrez-Soto, J. Fabregat & The CoRoT Be Team
              16:00 - 16:45 Coffee break and poster viewing
              16:45 - 18:15 Session VII: Planets: theoretical interpretation
              16:45 - The compositions of CoRoT's giant planets: Implications for planet formation T. Guillot, M. Havel, M Ikoma et al.
              17:00 - Structure and evolution of the CoRoT exoplanets. Probing the Brown Dwarf - Planet overlaping domain J. Leconte, I. Baraffe, G. Chabrier
              17:15 - The mass loss boundary for hot gas giants: What can we learn from transit observations ? H. Lammer, K. Maxim, L. Herbert et al.
              17:30 - Planet formation by nucleated-instability: predictions for CoRoT Y. Alibert, F. Pont, I. Baraffe et al.
              17:45 - Planet formation and the CoRoT planet census G. Wuchterl
              18:00 - Structure and composition of super-earths D. Valencia
              Session VII: Posters
                Maximum Embedded Equilibrium Masses for close-in Giant Planets
                Wednesday February 4, 2009
                9:00 - 11:15 Session VIII: Detailed analysis of light curves
                9:00 - General introduction to the photometric performance M. Auvergne
                9:15 - Noise in the CoRoT exo-field lightcurves M. Ollivier, M. Auvergne, F. Fialho et al.
                9:30 - Noise properties of the CoRoT exoplanet data S. Aigrain, F. Pont, F. Fressin
                9:45 - Exoplanets channel point spread function estimation V. Parro, F. Fialho, L. Pinheiro et al.
                10:00 - (invited talk) E. Agol Timing of transiting planets
                10:30 - Cleaning CoRoT lightcurves with Polyfit and system T. Mazeh, S. Zucker, S. Aigrain, et al.
                10:45 - The secondary eclipse of CoRoT-exo-1b R. Alonso Sobrino, S. Aigrain
                11:00 - Planet detection through the timing method R. Silvotti
                Session VIII: Posters
                  Searching For Transiting Circumbinary Planets In CoRoT Data Ising CB-BLS
                  Timing Variations on Binaries with CoRoT
                  Improving CoRoT planets parameters with transit reconstruction in the presence of stellar activity
                  11:15 - 11:45 Coffee break and poster viewing
                  11:45 - 13:00 Session IX: Binaries, Classification of variables
                  11:45 - Automated classification of light curves in the CoRoT exoplanet database L.M. Sarro, J. Debosscher, M. Deleuil et al.
                  12:00 - CoRoT additional programs on binary stars C. Maceroni, I. Ribas, P. Lampens and al.
                  12:15 - Properties of binary systems found in the CoRoT exoplanet search J. M. Almenara Villa, H. Deeg
                  12:30 - Discovery of low-amplitude periodic variables with 0.1 millimag amplitude in CoRoT lightcurves T. Mazeh, S. Zucker, I. Ribas et al.
                  12:45 - Possible detection of microlensing effect among CoRoT selected eclipsing binaries D. Ricci, J. Poels, C. Maceroni et al.
                  Session IX: Posters
                    Low-mass binaries from CoRoT: stringent tests for stellar models
                    Young eclipsing binaries in NGC2264
                    13:00 - 14:00 Lunch and poster viewing
                    14:00 - 15:30 Session X: Seismology of giant stars
                    14:00 - Solar-like oscillations in red giants observed with CoRoT J. De Ridder, T. Kallinger, C. Barban et al.
                    14:15 - Amplitudes of solar-like oscilliations in red giants: comparison with an adiabatic scaling law R. Samadi, F. Baudin, C. Barban et al.
                    14:30 - Theoretical amplitudes and life-times of non-radial solar-like oscillations in red giants M. A. Dupret
                    14:45 - Inference from adiabatic analysis of solar-like oscillations in red giants A. Miglio et al.
                    15:00 - Exofield red giants: fundamental parameters and first results from asteroseismic modeling T. Kallinger, W. Weiss, S. Hekker et al.
                    Session X: Posters
                      The red-giant CoRoT target HD181907
                      Modelling of pulsations of giant stars
                      Progress in the front of Extreme Horizontal Branch star asteroseismology
                      First RR Lyrae light curves from CoRoT Multiperiodicity and Blazhko phenomenon
                      15:30 - 16:30 Coffee break and poster viewing
                      16:30 - 18:00 Session XI: Françoise Praderie: from research to science policy
                      16:30 - (invited talk) C. Catala Opening new ways in stellar physics
                      17:15 - (invited talk) D. Alloin Building the National and European science policies
                      Observatoire de Paris
                      19:00 - 23:00 Cocktail reception and gala dinner offered by Thalès Alenia Space at Paris Observatory
                      Thursday February 5, 2009
                      9:00 - 11:15 Session XII: Rotation, Convection, Activity
                      9:00 - (invited talk) M. Giampapa CoRoT: A tool for stellar dynamo diagnostics
                      9:30 - The enigmatic granulation background of HD49933 H.G. Ludwig, R. Samadi
                      9:45 - Rotation versus activity in CoRoT era J. do Nascimento, C. Cortés, L.P. de Souza Neto et al.
                      10:00 - A CoRoT observation of the star-disk interaction in NGC 2264 F. Favata, G. Micela, S. Algrain et al.
                      10:15 - Accretion dynamics and star-disk interaction in NCG2264F. Favata, G. Micela, S. Aigrain et al.
                      10:30 - Analysis of rotation of CoRoT Dwarf stars L. Affer, G. Micela, F. Favata et al.
                      10:45 - Photospheric activity and surface differential rotation in the Planet hosting stars CoRoT-exo_2A and CoRoT-exo_4A A.F. Lanza, I. Pagano, G. Leto et al.
                      11:00 - CoRoT-exo_2A starspots physical characteristics A. Valio, A.F. Lanza, R. Alonso et al.
                      Session XII: Posters
                        On the differential rotation of Exo-2a
                        Improved 'Rotation-Activity' relations in low-mass main-sequence stars from CoRoT photometry
                        From CoRoT to PLATO
                        Interaction of YSOs with circumstellar matter Sylvia Alencar
                        11:15 - 11:45 Coffee break and poster viewing
                        11:45 - 13:15 Session XIII: The successors of CoRoT
                        11:45 - CoRoT2: a program for 3 more years A. Baglin
                        12:00 - (invited talk) J. Matthews Most in the CoRoT era
                        12:15 - BRITE-constellation on the shoulders of CoRoT W. Weiss, A. Moffat, O. Kudelka
                        12:25 - Planetary transits beyond CoRoT: The case for Dome C observations T. Guillot, K. Agabi, N. Crouzet et al.
                        12:35 - (invited talk) W.J. Borucki Kepler data validation and follow up programs
                        12:50 - (invited talk) C. Catala PLATO: Planetary Transit and Oscillations of stars
                        Session XIII: Posters
                          Spectroscopic Study of SolarLike Stars Selected for Candidates for Kepler Asteroseismic Targets
                          Spectroscopic Characterization of EarlySpectroscopic Early—type KeplerKeplerTargetsTargets
                          Observations of planetary transits at the University Observatory Jena
                          Laser and Z pinch experiments to reveal plasma properties of seismic probes through the HR diagram
                          Accuracy of stellar parameters of exoplanet-host stars determined from asteroseismology
                          13:15 - 14:00 Lunch and poster viewing
                          14:00 - 15:30 Session XIV: Poster highlights
                          15:30 - 16:00 Session XV: Revelation of the micromagnitude revolution
                          (invited talk) D. Kurtz Revelation of the micromagnitude revolution

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