Participants

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Astrorob 2017 has 61 registered members
Name
Surname
From
Presentation title
University of the Virgin Islands
Capabilities and Early Science Results from the Virgin Islands Robotic Telescope
Mrs.
Yildiz Technical University
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TÜBİTAK TUG
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ARIES, Manora Peak, Nainital, Uttarakhand, India, 263002
3.6m Devasthal optical telescope and the 4KX4K CCD Imager
Universidad de Malaga
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Space Research Institute (IKI), Moscow
LIGO/Virgo search in O2 and strategy for EM counterparts in O3
Dstl, UK.
Automated extraction of satellite trails from wide angle CCD imagery
Dr.
California Institute of Technology
Robo-AO: Five Years of Robotic Science Operations
Facultad de Ciencias Astronómicas y Geofísicas UNLP
A 45-cm monster
Atatürk Uni - ATASAM
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Universidad Católica de Chile
Bringing old telescopes to a new robotic life
University of Arizona, Steward Observatory
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Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC)
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Lomonosov Moscow State University
MASTER 1500 optical transients
Lomonosov Moscow State University
V404: MASTER Optical Polarization Variability Detection
Yunnan Observatories,CAS
The Concept of Observation Control System for Lijiang 2.4m Telescope
Obs. Vermes
below -75° , -75°5 C, Overwintering 2015, Dome Concordia, Antarctica
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Development of a cloud detection system utilizing image recognition technology
Prof.
ATATURK UNIV. - ATASAM
An Application For The Automated Classification Of Variable Stars From The ROTSEIIId Archive
Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía
Prospects for searching for Gravitational Waves electromagnetic counterparts at other wavelengths
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