August 7-10, 2017
 

Participants

There are 39 participants registered to date:

Name

Institution       

Title of presentation

Kiran ADHIKARI Golden Gate International College ( Tribhuvan Univ THEORETICAL STUDY OF MAGNETIC FIELD GENERATION DUE TO PONDEROMOTIVE FORCE IN PLASMA.
Dietrich BAADE ESO Germany BRITEning up the Be Phenomenon

Yashpal BHULLA Pacific University, Udaipur  
Bram BUYSSCHAERT LESIA - Paris Observatory o Lup: a strongly magnetic B-type star with stellar pulsations
Jadwiga DASZYNSKA-DASZKIEWICZ University of Wroclaw, Poland What have we learnt about B-type main sequence pulsators from the BRITE data
Alexandre DAVID-URAZ University of Delaware Stochastic photometric variations in early B supergiants
Joyce GUZIK Los Alamos National Laboratory Opacity Effects on Pulsations of A-type Stars
    Radiation Transport Through Super-Eddington Stellar Winds in Luminous Stars
Gerald HANDLER Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission: implications for BRITE
Martin HENZE ICE  
Edward JURUA Mbarara University of Science and Technology  
Thomas KALLINGER University of Vienna ‘Bayesian Magic’ in Asteroseismology
    Testing the photometric stability of BRITE-Constellation
Rainer KUSCHNIG Graz University of Technology BRITE-Constellation Operations Review
Pablo MARCHANT CIERA, Northwestern University Single versus binary star evolution
Grzegorz MARCINISZYN Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center Polish Aca  
Jaymie MATTHEWS University of British Columbia  
Anthony MOFFAT Univ. de Montreal Wolf-Rayet stars with BRITE
Melissa MUNOZ Queen's University  
Melissa MUNOZ Queen's University The peculiar Of?p stars of the Magellanic Clouds: Are they strongly magnetic?
Ewa NIEMCZURA University of Wroclaw  
Stanley OWOCKI University of Delaware Hot-star winds: theoretical predictions and observational evidence"
Herbert PABLO AAVSO UW CMa: An Enigmatic Massive Contact Binary
Andrzej PIGULSKI University of Wroclaw, Poland Statistical overview of BRITE target stars observed so far
    Tau Ori and Tau Lib: two new massive heartbeat systems
    BRITE view of Sigma Scorpii, a Beta Cephei-type star studied for over a century
Tahina RAMIARAMANANTSOA Université de Montréal On the photospheric sources of wind structures in hot luminous O-type stars
Milena RATAJCZAK University of Wrocław, Poland Massive eclipsing binaries observed by BRITE
Daniel REESE LESIA, Observatoire de Paris Mode identification in rapidly rotating stars from BRITE data
Jason ROWE UdeM/Bishops  
Slavek RUCINSKI University of Toronto Beta Lyrae: The binary and its BRITE observations in 2016
Monika RYBICKA Nicolaus Copernicus Center Analysis of photometry of bright hot stars from BRITE
Matthew SHULTZ Uppsala University Magnetic Stars Observed by BRITE
James SIKORA Queen's University Surprising activity of A-type stars revealed by Kepler: are magnetic fields the culprit?
Radoslaw SMOLEC Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw BRITE observations of classical Cepheids
IBRAHIMA SOUMARE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION  
Juan Carlos SUÁREZ Universidad de Granada (Spain)  
Starla TALBOT UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory Space Flight Laboratory: Disruptively Capable Smaller Satellites
Timothy VAN REETH Institute of Astronomy, KU Leuven Heat-driven stellar g-mode pulsations: lessons from space photometry
Gregg WADE Royal Military College of Canada Pulsation of the magnetic, ultra-slowly rotating beta Cep star xi 1 CMa
Grzegorz WOZNIAK Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center  
Elżbieta ZOCłOńSKA CAMK Epsilon Persei
Konstanze ZWINTZ University of Innsbruck, Austria The sensitivity of the BRITE-Constellation satellites to periodic variations
    The exoplanet host star beta Pictoris seen by BRITE-Constellation
    The BRITE-Constellation GBOT database and other recent GBOT news