Celebrating 25 years of the OGLE project  
Celebrating 25 years of the OGLE project
photo by Krzysztof Ulaczyk


Conference Programme

Some presentations are already available, look for the links next to the titles.

           
SUNDAY   July 23rd
18:00 — 21:00 WELCOME RECEPTION and registration in the Warsaw University Observatory Historical Building (map) (photo)
MONDAY   July 24th
8:30 Registration opens
9:00 — 9:30 WELCOME ADDRESS
Andrzej Tarlecki
Zbigniew Błocki
Michał Szymański

Vice-Rector for Human Resources and Financial Policy, Warsaw University
Director of the National Science Centre (NCN)
Director of the Warsaw University Observatory
9:30 — 10:30 Virginia Trimble/Bożena Czerny (Invited) Before OGLE Opened its Eyes (PDF)
10:30 — 11:00 coffee break
11:00 — 11:30 Miguel Roth OGLE: From day one
11:30 — 12:15 Andrzej Udalski (Invited) OGLE over 25 years (PDF)
12:30 — 14:00 lunch
14:00 — 14:30 Michał Szymański OGLE data management. From mega to terabytes (PDF)
14:30 — 15:15 Andrew Gould (Invited) The Revolutionary Impact of the "Earliness" of EWS Alerts (PDF)
15:15 — 15:45 David Bennett Microlensing in the Last Millennium: A View from the Dark Side
15:45 — 16:15 coffee break
16:15 — 16:45 Philip Yock/David Bennett 23 Years of Gravitational Microlensing by the Japan/NZ MOA Project (PPTX, PDF)
16:45 — 17:15 Cheongho Han Works in microlensing with the OGLE Collaboration
TUESDAY   July 25
9:15 — 10:00 Scott Gaudi (Invited) The Last 25 Years of Exoplanets and the Essential Contributions of OGLE (PDF)
10:00— 10:30 Arnaud Cassan Microlensing constraints on the cool planetary mass function (PDF)
10:30 — 11:00 coffee break
11:00 — 11:30 Przemek Mróz Exploring the free-floating planet population with the OGLE data (PDF)
11:30 — 12:00 Radek Poleski Studying outskirts of planetary systems (PDF)
12:00 — 12:30 Noé Kains Using astrometric microlensing to constrain the masses of microlenses in OGLE events (PPTX)
12:30 — 14:00 lunch
14:00 — 14:45 Shude Mao (Invited) Modeling of Microlensing events and the structure of the Milky Way (PDF)
14:45 — 15:15 Łukasz Wyrzykowski Dark Matter and Black Holes from Microlensing (PDF)
15:15 — 15:45 Matthew Penny The K2 Campaign 9 Microlensing Parallax Survey
15:45 — 16:00 Andrzej Udalski OGLE transiting exoplanets and nearby dwarf planets (PDF)
16:00 — 16:30 coffee break
WEDNESDAY   July 26
9:15 — 10.00 Igor Soszyński The largest collection of variable stars ever
10:00 — 10:30 Michał Pawlak The largest collection of eclipsing binaries discovered by OGLE (PDF)
10:30 — 11:00 coffee break
11:00 — 11:30 Philip Lucas Infrared time domain discoveries from VVV: eruptive protostars and astrometric science
11:30 — 12:00 Patryk Iwanek The largest modern analysis of chromospherically active stars towards the Galactic Bulge (PDF)
12:00 — 13:30 lunch
13:30 — 14:15 Giuseppe Bono (Invited) OGLE and stellar variability corner-stones (PDF)
14:15 — 14:45 Shashi Kanbur The Structural Properties of OGLE Cepheid and RR Lyrae and multiphase PC/PL relations (PPT, PDF)
14:45 — 15:15 Lucas Macri Near-infrared observations of OGLE Cepheids and Miras and their impact on the Extragalactic Distance Scale (PDF)
15:15 — 15:45 coffee break
15:45 — 16:15 Paweł Pietrukowicz On the newly discovered class of pulsating stars (PDF)
16:15 — 16:45 Radosław Smolec OGLE view on RRab stars and Cepheids
16:45 — 17:15 Henryka Netzel OGLE view on RRc stars (PDF)
THURSDAY   July 27
9:00 — 9:30 István Dékány Revisiting the bulge RR Lyrae stars: the map of the primordial bulge and the space-varying extinction curve
9:30 — 10:00 Davide Magurno On the new metallicity scale of field and cluster RR Lyrae (PDF)
10:00 — 10:30 Dorota Skowron Stellar populations in the Magellanic Bridge as seen by OGLE-IV (PDF)
10:30 — 11:00 coffee break
11:00 — 11:45 Laurent Eyer (Invited) Variable stars and the distance determination (PDF)
11:45 — 12:15 Anna Jacyszyn-Dobrzeniecka Three-Dimensional Structure of the Clouds and the Bridge (PDF)
12:15 — 12:45 Martín López-Corredoira No X-shape in the Milky Way bulge (PDF)
12:45 — 14:15 lunch
14:15 — 14:45 Grzegorz Pietrzyński Precise and Accurate Calibration of the Extragalactic Distance Scale Based on OGLE Eclipsing Binaries
14:45 — 15:05 Aleksandra Hamanowicz Study of the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy
15:05 — 15:25 Sang Chul Kim Optical photometry of the old Galactic open clusters Ruprecht 6 (PDF)
15:25 — 16:00 POSTER SESSION
16:00 — 16:00 coffee break and poster discussion
18:30 — 23:00 CONFERENCE DINNER Belvedere Restaurant in Łazienki Park
FRIDAY   July 28
9:00 — 9:45 Mark Phillips (Invited) Recent Advances in our Understanding of Type Ia Supernovae (PDF)
9:45 — 10:15 José Prieto The All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae
10:15 — 10:45 Morgan Fraser Supernovae from the OGLE survey (PDF)
10:45 — 11:15 coffee break
11:15 — 12:00 Joachim Wambsganß(Invited) Quasar microlensing with OGLE
12:00 — 12:30 Szymon Kozłowski Optical Variability of AGN (PDF)
12:30 — 13:00 Martin Dominik OGLE's 'open science' impact (PDF)
13:00 — 13:10 Andrzej Udalski OGLE et al. in preparation (PDF)
13:10 conclusion
SATURDAY   July 29th
whole day CONFERENCE TRIP a full-day bus trip to birthplaces of Frederic Chopin and Nicolaus Copernicus

Conference Programme: PDF for download

List of posters:

Virginie Batista How to interpret Keck measurement of the lens flux?
Przemysław Bruś Stars toward the Galactic Bulge: photometric study from UV to IR
Aleksandra Hamanowicz Nuclear Transients in OGLE
Mariusz Gromadzki Studies of symbiotic binaries based on OGLE data
Yael Naze The peculiar Of?p stars of the MCs
Fatemeh Nikzat Discovery of new R Coronae Borealis stars near the Galactic Center
Alexey Sergeyev Comparison of light curves of the Einstein Cross obtained by OGLE and Maidanak observatory during 2001-2008 and their analysis.
Natalia Żywucka-Hejzner OGLE blazars behind Magellanic Clouds


Scientific conference: Celebrating 25 years of the OGLE project
24–28 July 2017 (Monday–Friday)
Old Library Auditorium of the Warsaw University, Poland
ogle25@astrouw.edu.pl, http://ogle25.astrouw.edu.pl/

OGLE

Honorary patronage:

Committee on Astronomy
of the Polish Academy of Sciences