The speakers

Alejandro Ramón-Ballesta (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, IAA-CSIC)

Alejandro is a PhD student at the Instituto de Astrtifisica de Andalucia in Granada. After a first career as optical engineer at the IAA and the Sierra Nevada Observatory, he chose to pursue a PhD in Astronomy. The main topic of his PhD is “Wavelet analysis applied to PLATO light curves”, a work supervised by Rafael Garrido and Javier Pascual-Granado. For further details, you can find his CV here.

Dinil Bose Palakkatharappil (Langrange, OCA, UCA, Nice)

Dinil is a PhD student at the Lagrange Institute, part of Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, in Nice under the supervision of Orlagh Creevey. His main interest is the determination of precise ages of stars in the era of large space missions Gaia and Plato and its link to our Milky Way. For more details, find his CV here.

Luisa Fernanda Rodriguez Diaz (SAC, Aarhus University)

Luisa is a PhD student at SAC (Aarhus University) under the supervision of Victor Aguirre Børsen-Koch, in co-supervision with Lionel Bigot (Lagrange, OCA). Her main subject is the study of stellar convection with 3D stellar atmosphere models and the effect of convection in the detection and characterization of exoplanets. More details can be found here.

Arthur Le Saux (University of Exeter, UK)

Arthur is a PhD student under the supervision of Isabelle Baraffe and Thomas Guillet at the University of Exeter. His main focus is on simulations of solar-type stars with hydrodynamical simulations.

More details can be found in his CV.

Pierre Houdayer (LESIA, LESIA, Observatoire de Paris, France)

Pierre is a PhD student under the supervision of Marie-Jo Goupil and Daniel Reese at LESIA, Observatoire de Paris in France. His main focus is asteroseismology of F, G, K stars from the Kepler and TESS missions.

More details can be found in his CV.

Amadeusz Miszuda (University of Wrocław, Poland)

Amadeusz is a PhD student under the supervision of Jadwiga Daszyńska-Daszkiewicz at University of Wrocław in Poland. His main focus is modelling pulsating stars, for example delta Scuti stars, in binary systems.

More details can be found in his CV.

Gábor Kovács (ELTE and Konkoly Observatory, Hungary)

Gábor is a PhD student under the supervision of Róbert Szabó at ELTE and Konkoly Observatory in Hungary. His main focus is on numerical modelling of stellar pulsations in 2D and 3D.

More details can be found in his CV.

Joel Ong (Yale University, USA)

Joel is a PhD student under the supervision of Sarbani Basu at Yale University in the USA. His main focus is on asteroseismology of solar-like pulsators and their mixed modes.

More details can be found in his CV.

Camilla Clement Borre (SAC, Aarhus University, Denmark)

Camilla is a PhD student under the supervision of Victor Aguirre Børsen-Koch. Her main focus is galactic archaeology and asteroseismology of solar-like pulsators.

More details can be found in her CV.

Sylvain Breton (CEA de Saclay/Université de Paris, France)

Sylvain is a PhD student under the supervision of Rafael A. García, Pere L. Pallé, and Allan Sacha Brun. His main focus is the asteroseismic analysis of the Sun and solar-like stars.

More details can be found in his CV.

Siemen Burssens (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Siemen is a PhD student under the supervision of Dominic Bowman and Conny Aerts at KU Leuven. His main research focus is asteroseismology of massive stars.

More details can be found in his CV.

Guillaume Dréau (LESIA, Paris Observatory, France)

Guillaume is doing his PhD under the supervision of Yveline Lebreton and Benoît Mosser at the LESIA. His main topic is the seismic analysis of red giants on the asymptotic giant branch.

More details can be found in the CV.

Emily Hatt (University of Birmingham, UK)

Emily is a PhD student working in the Solar and Stellar Physics Group at the University of Birmingham. She is currently aiding in the development
of an automated detection pipeline of solar like pulsations for the upcoming Plato mission.

More details can be found in her CV.

Joey Mombarg (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Joey is doing his PhD under the supervision of Conny Aerts and Timothy Van Reeth. His main topic of interest is the forward seismic modelling of intermediate-mass stars.

More details can be found in his CV.

Thomas Steindl (University of Innsbruck, Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics, Austria)

Thomas is currently doing his PhD under the supervision of Konstanze Zwintz. His research work focuses on early stellar evolution and how asteroseismic tools can help us infer information about young stars.

More details can be found in his CV.

Felix Ahlborn (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany)

Felix is currently doing his PhD on “Reynolds stress models for convection in stellar models” under the supervision of Achim Weiss.

More details can be found in his CV.

Diego Godoy-Rivera (The Ohio State University, USA)

Diego is doing his PhD under the supervision of Marc Pinsonneault. The main focus of his work is on stellar rotation Gyrochronology and angular momentum evolution.

More details can be found in his CV.

Anthony Noll (Université Paul Sabatier, IRAP, France)

Anthony is currently finishing his PhD under the supervision of Sebastien Deheuvels. The main focus of his work relates to getting constraints on stellar internal structure from the seismology of subgiant stars.

You will find further details in his CV.

Yoshiki Hatta (SOKENDAI/National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)

Yoshiki has just finished his PhD under the supervision of Takashi Sekii, Hirohisa Hara, and Othman Benomar. His PhD main focus was on KIC 11145123, a possible blue straggler for which he was able to precisely characterize the internal structure and the rotation profile.

More details can be found in his CV.

Amalie Stokholm (SAC, Aarhus University, Denmark)

Amalie is doing her PhD under the supervision of Victor Silva Aguirre. The principle of her PhD is to study the Galaxy by studying the Stars: using precise ages from asteroseismology in synergy with spectroscopy and Gaia kinematics to study the stars in the Galactic disk. She will be defending her PhD in August 2021.

More details can be found in her CV.

Martin Farnir (STAR Institute, University of Liège, Belgium)

Martin in doing his PhD under the supervision of Marc-Antoine Dupret on the topic of asteroseismology and acoustic glitches in solar-like stars, subgiants and red giants. He will defend his PhD in August 2021.

More details can be found in his CV.

Mariel Lares Martiz (Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia IAA-CSIC, Granada, Spain)

Mariel is doing her PhD at the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia, under the supervision of Rafael Garrido and Javier Pascual Granado. She
expects to defend her PhD in May 2021.

More details can be found in her CV.

Ashley Chontos (IfA, University of Hawai’i, USA)

Ashley is doing her PhD at the University of Hawai’i, under the supervision of Daniel Huber, Christoph Baranec, Eric Gaidos, Andrew Howard, Michael Liu, Sara Seager and Jennifer Van Saders. She works on characterizing planetary systems using space photometry data. She expects to complete her PhD in around a year.
More details can be found in her CV.

Filipe Pereira (University of Porto, Portugal)

PhD student at the University of Porto, under the supervision of Tiago Campante, Margarida Cunha and Nuno Santos. Filipe has started his PhD in October 2016, and expects to defend it in September 2021.

More details can be found in his CV.

Jordan Philidet (LESIA Paris Observatory, France)

PhD student in the Star-Seism group at LESIA, under the supervision of Kevin Belkacem and Marie-Jo Goupil. Jordan has started his PhD in September 2018, and expects to defend it in September 2021.

More details can be found in his CV.