Final Programme

Friday, September 6

19:00Welcome drink

Saturday, September 7

09:00-09:40KafkaCitizen-scientists supporting binary star research
09:40-10:00ZejdaPro-Am collaboration in stellar astrophysics „Made in Czech Republic“
10:00-10:40KimProfessional-amateur programs at Chungbuk National Observatory
10:40-11:00Coffee/Tea Break
11:00-11:40TeyssierSymbiotic Binaries Monitoring
11:40-12:00Olah et al.The importance of studying active giant stars in eclipsing binaries - and the role of citizen scientists in finding them
12:00-12:40CsizmadiaFrom CoRoT to PLATO: large photometric exoplanet space surveys for the planetary and binary star community .
14:00-14:20ForróEBs hiding in the background: the Kepler Pixel Project
14:20-14:40MitnyanChromospheric activity of some bright contact binary stars
14:40-15:00Rukmini et al.Photometric study of 61 total eclipsing contact binaries from ASAS, OGLE, HATNet, AST3 and TESS databases’
15:00-15:20Hajdu et al.Hierarchical triple star systems towards the Galactic Bulge through the OGLE's eye
15:20-15:40Christopoulou et al.What we can learn from Eclipsing Binaries in Large Surveys: The case of EA Catalina systems
15:40-16:00Coffee/Tea Break
16:00-16:20Stevens &ZhouA Binary of Ice and Fire
16:20-16:40Lalounta et al.An investigation of Low Mass Ratio EW systems from Catalina Sky Survey
16:40-17:00PawlakEclipsing Binaries in the ASAS-SN and APOGEE Surveys
17:00-17:20GazeasPopulation of contact binaries in the solar neighbourhood
17:20-17:40Zhou et al.Photometric Observations on Extreme Mass Ratio Overcontact Binary
17:40-19:00Poster PresentersPoster pitches (2-3 minutes)
Bahýl et al.Back projections of the light curves of the RU Monocerotis binary
NemethXTgrid live: Online spectral analyses with TLUSTY models
RosuApsidal Motion in The Massive Binary HD 152248
Tvardovskyi et al.MAVKA: Investigation of stellar brightness extrema approximation stability for various methods
Zervas et al.Substellar and stellar companions in eclipsing binaries
Zúniga-FernándezDynamical Masses of Nearby Pre-Mainsequence Binary Systems: Refining the Orbit of HD 98800 B using VLTI Observations

Sunday, September 8

09:00-09:40PourbaixGaia binaries: get ready!
09:40-10:00SiopisEclipsing binaries in the era of Gaia
10:00-10:40TriaudBinaries stars involving low mass stars, and planets
10:40-11:00Coffee/Tea Break
11:00-11:40BrožModelling of complex stellar systems: the role of multiplicity (xi Tau) and circumstellar matter (beta Lyr)
11:40-12:00Borkovits(Not so) hierarchical stellar multiples with the eyes of Kepler, TESS and co.
12:00-12:20ReggianiMultiplicity constraints from direct imaging of massive binaries
12:20-12:40VolkovSearch for invisible satellites in binary eclipse systems using photometric methods
12:40-13:00Senavci et al.Doppler imaging of the chromospheric active binary FF UMa
15:00-18:00visit Telč castle
18:30 performance of the folklore ensemble Podjavořičan

Monday, September 9

09:00-09:40TokovininClose binaries in hierarchical stellar systems
09:40-10:00Oplištilová et al. (BRITE)An improved model of delta Ori A
10:00-10:20Harmanec, Mayer et al.Massive quadruple sub-system with the eclipsing binary QZ Car
10:20-10:40ZascheQuadruple systems with two eclipsing binaries
10:40-11:00Coffee/Tea Break
11:00-11:20PaunzenBinary fraction of magnetic chemically peculiar stars
11:20-11:40Mikulášek et al.How far can we trust published TESS periods?
11:40-12:00Zúniga-Fernández et al.An updated census of spectroscopic binary system in the young associations
12:00-12:40MoeThe Formation of Binary Stars and Impact of Binaries on Planet Formation
14:00-14:40OroszThe KEPLER circumbinary systems
14:40-15:20MartinCircumbinary planets - now and into the future
15:20-15:40Wilson et al.Binary star analysis with intrinsic pulsation
15:40-16:00Coffee/Tea Break
16:00-16:40MurphyPulsating stars in binaries
16:40-17:00Sekaran et al.An eclipse to build a dream on: Detecting g-mode period spacing patterns in eclipsing binaries with pulsating components
17:00-17:40MkrtichianEclipsing binaries with pulsating mass-accreting components
17:40-18:00Johnston et al.Calibrating core-masses of intermediate- and high-mass stars with pulsating binaries
18:00-18:20Bahar et al.Spot Migration on Eclipsing Binary KIC9821078

Tuesday, September 10

09:00-09:40PrsaThe brave new world of EB modeling
09:40-:10:00ConroyUpcoming Support for Triple Stellar Systems in PHOEBE
10:00-10:40WilsonAn Analytic Self-gravitating Disk Model: Morphology and Logical Structure
10:40-11:00Coffee/Tea Break
11:00-11:20Kochoska et al.Beyond DC and MMC: new algorithms and approaches for fitting binary star light curves
11:20-11:40Guzel &OzdarcanPyWD2015 - A new GUI for Wilson - Devinney Code
11:40-12:00DebskiStarspot trek: The motion picture
12:00-12:20ZelinkaArtificial Intelligence in the Astrophysics
14:00-14:40RenzoThe explosive life of massive binary systems
14:40-15:00Icli et al.Long and short-term photometric variations of selected X-ray binaries
15:00-15:20CeledonOn the variations on the accretion disk on AU Monocerotis
15:40-16:00Coffee/Tea Break
16:00-16:20Oomen et al.Modelling the depletion in post-AGB binaries with dusty circumbinary discs
16:20-16:40Dsilva et al.Radial velocities of galactic Wolf-Rayet stars
16:40-17:00El-BadryWide binaries as probes of stellar formation and evolution
17:00-17:20Kiran et al.Spectroscopic Observations of Eccentric Binary Systems
17:20-17:40Kocak et al.CBs in open and globular clusters
19:00Closing reception

Wednesday, September 11

09:00-09:40Sion (Kafka)Probing the evolution of Cataclysmic Variables
09:40-10:00Merc et al.New online database of symbiotic variables
10:00:10:40GriffinThe Good, the Bad and the Really Ugly: Composite-Spectrum Binaries
10:40-11:00Coffee/Tea Break
11:00-11:20Miroshnichenko et al.Binarity among objects with the Be and B phenomena
11:20-11:40Nemeth &VosComposite spectra hot subdwarf binaries
11:40-12:00Skarka et al.Binary stars with an RR Lyrae component - new candidates
12:00-12:20Pavlík et al.Do star clusters form in a completely mass-segregated way?
12:20-12:40SzászBinarity of Population II stars