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Members

Members
  • Orlagh Creevey (WP lead); Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur, Nice, France
  • Pierre Maxted (WP co-lead. Eclipsing binaries); Keele University, UK
  • Vardan Adibekyan (Spectral analysis); Universidade do Porto, Portugal
  • Maria Bergemann (Spectral analysis); MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany
  • Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard (WP125000 lead. Asteroseismology); Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Remo Collet (WP122200 lead. 3D model stellar atmospheres and spectra); Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Luca Casagrande (Effective temperatures, photometry); ANU, Canberra, Australia
  • Santi Cassisi (Stellar evolution); INAF, Rome, Italy
  • Margarida Cunha (WP124000 lead. Asteroseismology); Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal
  • Guy Davies (Asteroseismology); Birmingham, UK
  • José Dias do Nascimento (Stellar spectroscopy); UFRN, Brazil
  • Sofia Feltzing (WP 125400 lead. Classical determinations of parameters, ages of stars); Lund, Sweden
  • Patrick Gaulme (Solar-like oscillations and eclipsing binaries, WP 38 lead); Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen, Germany
  • Marie-Jo Goupil (WP120 Lead. Asteroseismology); Meudon, France
  • Simon Hodgkin (Open clusters) IoA, Cambridge, UK
  • Paula Jofre (Gaia benchmark stars); Universidad Diego Portales, Chile
  • Flavien Kiefer (Astrometric/spectroscopic binary stars) Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, France
  • Ulrike Heiter (Gaia, high-resolution spectra, M dwarfs, IR spectra); Uppsala, Sweden
  • Krzysztof Hełminiak (Eclipsing binary stars) Turon, Poland
  • Dan Huber (Interferometry and asteroseismology, spectrophotometry); Hawaii, USA
  • Nikki Miller (Eclipsing binaries); Keele University, UK
  • Thierry Morel (WP 122 lead. Non-seismic diagnostics and stellar parameters); Liege, Belgium
  • Nicolas Nardetto (Interferometry, surface-brightness relations); Nice, France
  • Teresa Olander (M-dwarfs); Uppsala, Sweden
  • Aldo Serenelli (WP121 lead. Stellar physics and models) Barcelona, Spain
  • John Southworth (Eclipsing binary stars) Keele University, UK
  • Tim White (Interferometry and asteroseismology); ANU, Canberra, Australia