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AbiaCarlos Universidad de GranadaObservations of the s-process in stars
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AliSadmanUniversity of BristolThe UV upturn: Helium-rich stars at z>4 in red sequence galaxies
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AntonelliLucio AngeloAgenzia Spaziale ItalianaThe Cherenkov Telescope Array and new scientific perspectives of gamma ray astronomy.
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BarbarinoCristinaStockholm University
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BastianNateLJMUYoung massive star clusters
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BeccariGiacomoESOThe Orion Nebula Cluster: a test-bench for star and clusters' formation
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BelliniAndreaSTScIScience with stellar proper motions: state of the art and future perspectives
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BelloniTomasoINAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di BreraCompact objects in binary systems
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BishtDevendraPhysical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, IndiaMass functions and structure of the Galactic clusters
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BonifacioPier CarloObs. Paris, FranceChemical Abundances in the most metal-poor stars
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BotticellaMaria TeresaINAF Osservatorio Astronomico di CapodimonteThe SN rates from SUDARE survey
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BressanAlessandroSISSAStellar Population Synthesis of Star Clusters
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BrocatoEnzoINAF - Astronomical Observatory of Rome
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CamucciRichardUniv. Texas, (USA)TBD
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Capuzzo DolcettaRobertoDipartimento di Fisica, Sapienza, università di Roma Globular Clusters and Nuclear Clusters in the gravitational field of galaxies
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CariniRobertaINAF-OAR
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CassisiSantiINAF - Astronomical Observatory TeramoEvolution of low-mass Stars
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CastilloMoisesUniversity of Texas Rio Grande ValleyTOROS follow-up observations during O2 LIGO observational run
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ChieffiAlessandroIASP-INAFThe evolution of massive stars
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ChunSang-HyunSeoul National UniversityStellar evolutionary models of red supergiants : evidence for metallicity-dependent mixing length
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ClementiniGisellaINAF Osservatorio Astronomico di BolognaGaia and the cosmic distance scale
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CowardDavidUniversity of Western AustraliaGravitational waves, Fast Radio Bursts and Gamma Ray Bursts
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CristalloSergioINAF - OA TeramoEvolution of intermediate-mass Stars
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D'AvanzoPaoloINAF-OABThe link between GW and short GRB
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DalessandroEmanueleINAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di BolognaGlobular clusters in the UV
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De ProprisRobertoFINCA, University of TurkuThe abundances of stellar populations in NGC2808
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Della ValleMassimoCapodimonte Observatory - INAF, Naples
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Di CriscienzoMarcellaINAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di RomaTBD
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Di SalvoTizianaUnipa
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DiazMarioUniv. Texas, (USA)
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DominguezInmaUniversidad de GranadaTBD
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EduardoBravoDepartament de Fisica, Universitat Politecnica de CatalunyaThe role of the progenitor star on the explosion of SN Ia
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EndeveEirikUniversity of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National LaboratoryModels of Core-Collapse SN Explosions
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Gal-YamAvishayWeizmann Institute of ScienceSuperluminous Supernovae
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GautamTashaIndian Institute of Science Education and Research(IISER) Mohali, India
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GhoshSambhu N.University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada
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GuarcelloMario GiuseppeINAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di PalermoPhotoevaporation and close encounters: how the environment around Cygnus OB2 affects the evolution of protoplanetary disks
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HanSang-IlKorea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI)A Chemo-structural study on dwarf spheroidal galaxies: I. Spatial distributions of different metallicity groups in red giant branch
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HillebrandtWolfgangMPI for AstrophysicsMultidimensional models for thermonuclear supernovae
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HoeflichPeterFlorida State UniversitySuperluminous Thermodynamical Explosions
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HongSeungsooYonsei UniversityMultiple Stellar Populations in the Globular Cluster NGC 2808 from Low-Resolution Spectroscopy
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HsiaoEricFlorida State UniversitySN Ia: observational evidence
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IariaRosarioDiFC-Universià degli Studi di PalermoA possible solution of the puzzling variation of the orbital period of MXB 1659-298
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IsernJordiInstitute for Space Sciences-CSIC/IEECType Ia supernovae and gamma-rays
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IzzoLucaIAA-CSICAre novae the main farms of lithium in the Galaxy ?
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KacharovNikolayMax Planck Institute for Astronomy - HeidelbergStar formation histories of the nuclear star clusters of 6 nearby galaxies
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KaliraiJasonSTScIWhite Dwarfs in Globular Clusters and in the Field
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KimHak-SubKorea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI)A Chemo-Structural Study on Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies: II. Chemical properties of horizontal branch stars
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LanzoniBarbaraDepartment of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of Bologna
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LapennaEmilioDepartment of Physics and Astronomy - University of BolognaChemical characterization of AGB stars in the metal-rich globular cluster NGC 6304
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LeeYoung-WookYonsei UniversityEvolution of helium enhanced stellar populations
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LeithererClausSTSCI (USA)
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LimDongwookYonsei Univ. Revaluation of low-resolution spectroscopy for the globular clusters
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LimongiMarcoINAF-OARTBD
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MarastonClaudiaICG-University of PortsmouthModelling the spectral energy distribution of Stellar Populations
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MarconiMarcellaINAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di CapodimonteStellar Pulsation models in Variable Stars
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Mastrobuono-BattistiAlessandraMax Planck Institut für AstronomieFormation and evolution of Nuclear Star Clusters
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MatteucciFrancescaUniversita' di TriesteChemical Evolution of the Milky Way
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MerafinaMarcoDepartment of Physics, University of Rome La SapienzaDynamical evolution of multimass models of globular clusters
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MessineoMariaUniversity of Science and Technology of ChinaHunting for red supergiants in the inner Galaxy
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MignaniRobertoINAF/IASF - MilanoOptical observations of pulsars
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MiloneAntoninoAustralian National UniversityPhotometry of multiple populations in Globular Clusters
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MinenkovYuryINFN Roma Tor Vergata
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MirabelFelixIAFE-Argentina & CEA-FranceTHE FORMATION OF BINARY STELLAR BLACK HOLES, THE FIRST DETECTED SOURCES OF GWs
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MucciarelliAlessioDepartment of Physics and Astronomy - University of BolognaMultiple Populations: spctroscopic evidences
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MusellaIlariaINAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte (Napoli)Probing the formation and evolution of the Galactic Halo with STREGA@VST
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PallancaCristinaDipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Università di Bologna
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PapittoAlessandroINAF OARTransitional binary millisecond pulsars
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PastorelloAndreaINAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di PadovaBeyond the traditional core-collapse supernovae: new insights from the observations
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PatatFerdinandoESOType Ia Supernova Progenitors
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PeresGiovanniSpecola Universitaria - Dip. di Fisica e Chimica - Univ. di PalermoThe Link from Sne to Sne remnants
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PiersantiLucianoINAF-OATeThe simmering phase of Type Ia Supernovae
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PiranomonteSilviaINAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di RomaTBD
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PuloneLuigiINAF - Osservatorio astronomico di RomaTBD
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RaimondoGabriellaINAF-OA Teramo
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RasoSilviaUniversity of BolognaThe “UV-route” to Search for Blue Straggler Stars in Globular Clusters: First Results from the HST UV Legacy Survey
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RiggioAlessandroUniversità degli Studi di CagliariThe Hermes Project: hunting for Gravitational Wave electromagnetic counterpart
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RipepiVincenzoINAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di CapodimonteClassical Cepheids in the VMC@VISTA survey: probing the structure of the SMC
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RipepiVincenzoINAF-IACN, ItalyClassical Cepheids in the VMC@VISTA survey: probing the structure of the SMC
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SaracinoSaraUniversity of Bologna - Department of Physics and AstronomyGlobular cluster ages: testing NIR-CMD based methods
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SchiavonRicardoLiverpool John Moores UniversityAPOGEE chemical abundances in the inner Galaxy
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ShoreSteveDept. of Physics, Univ. of PisaTheory and Observation of Classical Novae: The Frontiers of Ignorance
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SiessLionelUniversite Libre de BruxellesEvolution of SAGB Stars
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StranieroOscarINAF-Osservatorio di TeramoGlobular Clusters as laboratory of fundamental physics
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StrattaGiuliaUrbino UniversityEM counterparts of GW detections
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TaddiaFrancescoStockholm University
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TavaniMarcoINAF e Univ. Tor VergataSearch of Gamma-Ray Counterparts of Gravitational Wave Events
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TosiMonicaINAF - Osservatorio Atronomico di BolognaStellar populations in the Local Universe
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ValentiElenaEuropean Southern ObservatoryStellar Populations in the Galactic Bulge
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VarriAnna LisaUniversity of EdinburghKinematical Evolution of Star Clusters
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VesperiniEnricoIndiana UniversityDynamical Evolution of Multiple Stellar Populations in Globular Clusters
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ZhaoSaibeiSaibei Zhao
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ZoccaliManuelaPontificia Universidad Católica de ChileThe 3D structure of the galactic bulge
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