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Timeline of the July 22 Solar Total Eclipse in Tongling (local time):

8:18, Start of Partial Eclipse
9:29, Start of Total Eclipse
9:32, Maximum Eclipse
9:35, End of Total Eclipse
10:53, End of partial eclipse

 

 

 
 

4th Sino-French Workshop “ORIGINS”

 (Tongling, China, July 20-25, 2009)

Participants (French side)

  Name Institute Title of talk
1

Antilogus, Pierre

Laboratoire de physique nucleaire et des hautes
energies, Univ. Paris 6
Supernovae and dark energy [title TBC]
2 Athanassoula, Lia Laboratoire d'astrophysique de Marseille Secular evolution of disc galaxies
3

Balkowski, Chantal

Observatoire de Paris Kinematics of galaxies
4

Basa, Stephane

Laboratoire d'astrophysique de Marseille Cosmological results from the SuperNova Legacy Survey
5

Beelen, Alexandre

Institut d'astrophysique spatiale, Orsay The First deep APEX/LABOCA Survey : The Francis cluster at z=2.4
6. Catala, Claude Observatoire de Paris [TBC]
7 Cordier, Bertrand Service d'Astrophysique,  CEA, Saclay ECLAIRs/SVOM
8

Coude du Foresto, Vincent

Observatoire de Paris Characterizing exozodiacal dust by infrared interferometry
9. Cox, Pierre Director, IRAM [TBC]
10

Delgado, Rodney

Observatoire de Paris How was the Hubble sequence 6 Gyrs ago?
11 Dennefeld, Michel Institut d'astrophysique de Paris, Professor at Paris 6 Joint doctoral schools
12 Egret, Daniel Observatoire de Paris Virtual observatories
13 Flores, Hector Observatoire de Paris Morpho-kinematics classification of distant galaxies
14 Galicher, Raphael Obspm Diversity among other worlds: characterization of exoplanets by direct detection
15. Gavazzi, Raphael IAP  
16 Hammer, Francois obspm Elaboration of the Hubble sequence
17 Han, Xuhui obspm/SHAO/NAOC  
18 Kilbinger, Martin IAP Bayesian methods for model selection in cosmology
19 Lena Pierre Observatoire de Paris; Acad. Sciences Future of optical interferometry
20 Mandrou, Pierre CESR, Toulouse ECLAIRs/SVOM
21 Martineau-Huynh Olivier LPNHE-IN2P3 Detecting cosmic rays with 21CMA
22 Moutou, Claire Laboratoire d'astrophysique de Marseille Ground-based support of space search for exoplanets
23 Ollivier, Marc Institut d'astrophysique spatiale, Orsay Exoplanet discoveries with the CoRoT satellite
24. Omont, Alain IAP [TBC]
25 Pajot Francois    
26 Paul, Jacques APC et SAp/Saclay ECLAIRs/SVOM
27 Puech, Mathieu obspm The baryonic content and Tully-Fisher relation at z~0.6
28

Qu, Yan

obspm  
29 Rodrigues, Myriam obspm Metal content and stellar population of intermediate mass galaxies at z~0.6
30 Sun, Lei CPPM/PKU Catastrophic Photo-z Errors and the Dark Energy Parameter Estimates with Cosmic Shear
31 Tao, Charling CPPM
IN2P3/CNRS
& Universite de la Mediterranee
Understanding Dark Energy: what progress can we expect?
32 Tilquin, Andre CPPM Multiprobe determination of cosmological parameters
33 Torchinski, Steve Obspm European Developments for the Square Kilometre Array
34 Tu, Hong IAP  A search of edge-on galaxy lenses in the CFHTLS-Wide
35 Turon, Catherine obspm Deciphering the Galaxy: synergies between Gaia and LAMOST
36 Valls-Gabaud, David obspm Applications of genetic algorithms in cosmology
37 Vigroux, Laurent IAP, Director  
38 Weber, Rodolphe Orleans University Radio-astronomy and signal processing TBD
39 Yang, Yanbin obspm  

          



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