• Dr. Christopher Conselice (University of Nottingham, Reino Unido)
    Titulo: "Observing the Formation and Evolution of Galaxies over 13 Billion Years"

  • CC1: Galaxy properties and evolution - theory and observations introduction.
    CC2: The nearby galaxy population - stellar populations, structure and environment.
    CC3: The distance universe - The Formation of the First Galaxies and Reionization.
    CC4: Theoretical and observation approaches for solving galaxy formation and evolution.

  • Dr. R. Paul Butler (Carnegie Institution of Washington, EUA)
    Titulo: "Statistical Properties of Exoplanets from Radial Velocity Surveys".

    PB1: Extrasolar Planets and the Origin of Science.
    PB2:Precision Doppler Velocities: The First 20 years of Exoplanets.
    PB3: Statistical Properties of Extrasolar Planets and their Host Stars.
    PB4: The Future of Extrasolar Planets and ExoLife.

  • Dr. Patrick Michel (Observatoire de la Cote d' Azur, França)
    Titulo:"Impacts in the Solar System"

    PM1: The collisional process in the Solar System.
    PM2: Application to the kinetic impactor techniques to deflect an asteroid: the AIDA space project.
    PM3: Asteroid regolith formation and dynamics: experiments and numerical modeling.
    PM4: Application to space missions: OSIRIS-REx and Hayabusa2.

  • Dr. Nikhil Padmanabhan (Yale University, EUA)
    Titulo:"The Theory and Application of Baryon Acoustic Oscillations"

    NP1: BAO - theory introduction.
    NP2: BAO - observational introduction.
    NP3: BAO - use and new techniques.
    NP4: Future of the BAO observations.



09:45-11:00 CC1 PB2 CC3 PB2
11:00-11:15 Coffee-Break Coffee-Break Coffee-Break Coffee-Break
11:15-12:30 PB1 CC2 PB2 CC4
12:30-14:00 Almoço Almoço Almoço Almoço
14:00-15:15 PM1 NP2 PM3 NP4
15:15-15:30 Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break
15:30-16:45 NP1 PM2 NP3 PM4
17:00 Coquetel ... ... ...