Sep, 8th Thursday
9h00 Welcome Desk Opens
9h30 Opening Session
Sun and Stellar physics
9h45 Elisa Delgado Mena Li-rich giants with substellar companions, a hint of planet engulfment?
10h00 Ana Catarina Rei The analysis of VLT/GIRAFFE spectra of wTTS from NGC 2264
10h15 Daniel Andreasen Determine stellar atmospheric parameters using high quality NIR spectra
10h30 Angela Santos Short- and mid-term variations in the solar acoustic frequencies
10h45 Pedro Sarmento Towards an understanding of tiny stars in the near-infrared domain
11h00 Andressa Ferreira Abundances of GAIA-ESO benchmark stars derived in High- and Medium-Resolution
11h15 coffee-brake Poster session
11h35 Fatima Lopez-Martinez Magnetospheric properties of T-Tauri stars through ultraviolet emission lines
11h50 Raquel Albuquerque Simulating accretion and outflow features with PLUTO
Interstellar matter and Local Universe
12h05 Joana Ascenso Young massive star clusters: RCW38 and friends
12h20 Andre Silva Scale Height Evolution of the Galactic Thin Disk
12h35 Nuno A. Pereira Ionization, excitation and energy deposition in the interstellar medium by secondary electrons
12h50 Joao Rocha Studies of the time-dependent evolution of superbubles powered by black hole captures and clustered supernovae - The case of the Fermi Bubbles
13h05 lunch time
Invited talk
14h30 Ulrich Sperhake At the dawn of a new era in Astrophysics: Gravitational waves have arrived
Instruments, Innovation & Enabling Technologies
15h25 Paulo Garcia First light for GRAVITY
15h40 Alberto Krone-Martins THEIA: the Universe in motion
15h55 Rui Curado da Silva XIPE space telescope proposal
16h10 Andre Moitinho Interactive visualisation service for the GAIA ESA mission and other Big (Astronomical) Data
16h25 coffee-brake Poster session
Education, outreach and heritage
16h45 Rosa Doran PLOAD - Portuguese Language Office of Astronomy for Development
17h00 Vitor Bonifacio Organizing Astronomical interest at the end of the 19th Century
17h15 Sara Anjos Space Awareness
17h30 Alvaro Folhas Astronomia: Alavanca para o Ensino da Ciencia
18h00 Assembleia Geral SPA
20h30 Conference Dinner Restaurante Ola Ria
Sep, 9th Friday
9h00 Welcome Desk Opens
Planetary systems and Bioastronomy
9h30 Pedro Machado Ground and space based cloud-top wind velocities using CFHT/- ESPaDOnS (Doppler velocimetry) and VEx/VIRTIS (cloud tracking) coordinated measurements
9h45 Miguel Silva Wind measurements in Saturn's atmosphere with UVES/VLT ground-based Doppler velocimetry
10h00 Jason James Neal Towards exoplanetary atmospheres: new data reduction techniques for the nIR
10h15 Solene Ulmer-Moll Atmospheric correction in the near-infrared
10h30 Joao Faria Exoplanet detection in metal-poor stars: a fundamental test for planet formation models
10h45 Luisa Maria Serrano Measuring exoplanetary phase curves with CHEOPS: the issue with stellar activity
11h00 coffee-brake Poster session
Gravitation and Fundamental physics
11h20 Carlos Martins Fundamental physics with ELT-HIRES
11h35 Ana Marta Pinho Constraining spatial variations of the fine structure constant in symmetron models
11h50 Ana Catarina Leites Dark Energy Constraints from ESPRESSO Tests of the Stability of Fundamental Couplings
12h05 Rui Andre Critical phenomena in Roberts-anti-de Sitter black holes
12h20 Helgi Runarsson The effects of self-interactions on spinning boson stars and Kerr black holes with scalar hair
12h35 Pedro Cunha Lensing by boson stars and shadows of Kerr black holes with scalar hair
12h50 Jorge Delgado Violations of the Kerr and Reissner-Nordstrom bounds: horizon versus asymptotic quantities
13h05 lunch time
From galaxies to Cosmology
14h30 Jose Pedro Mimoso Particle production from modified gravity with a non-minimal curvature-matter coupling
14h45 Andrew Humphrey The physical conditions in the NLR of Type 2 quasars at z ~ 2
15h00 Bruno Ribeiro The morphology of star-forming galaxies during their assembly phase
15h15 Leyla Ebrahimpour Estimating galaxy cluster properties using Hierarchical Bayesian and Gaussian Processes approaches
15h30 Cirino Pappalardo Dusty galaxies at z<0.5: an insight in the quenching phase of the Universe
15h45 Silvio Lorenzoni Lyman break galaxies in the epoch of reionization: interacting systems and cosmic variance
16h00 coffee-brake Poster session
16h20 David Sobral Exploring the Universe with the largest emission-line surveys
16h35 Ana Afonso Blue vs. Red morphological evolution of star-forming galaxies
16h50 Marckelson Silva Ivestigating Feedback and Galaxy Evolution in the z = 2.92 radio galaxy MRC 0943-242
17h05 Sandy Morais GTC spectroscopy of two radio galaxies at z ~ 2.5: ionization and feedback in Ly-alpha halos
17h20 Fernando Buitrago The outskirts of massive early-type galaxies at z = 0.65 in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field
Alvaro Folhas Astronomy: a lever for Science Education
Angela Santos Starspot signature on the light curve: learning about the spot distribution
CORE Collaboration The CORE Mission
Domingos Barbosa The Square Kilometer Array: a radiotelescope for the XXIst Century
Domingos Barbosa The SKA Telescope Manager
ENGAGE SKA Consortium ENGAGE SKA - Enabling Green E-Science : the R&D Infrastructure for Radioastronomy and the SKA
Gervasio Anela The ionization structure of plasmas evolving with non-thermal electrons
Gesoaldo Oliveira PLANETARIA as complementary resources to learn Astronomy
Ismael Tereno Euclid Mission at PDR: building the sky survey
Jason Neal Towards Exoplanet Atmospheres: new data reduction for the nIR
Liliana Novais Looking for structural changes of magnetic activity in sun-like stars
Margarida Cunha Revisiting the Instability Strip for rapidly oscillating Ap stars
Miguel Moita Development of a Polarimeter for Future Gamma-Ray Space Telescopes
Rosa Doran O Papel da Astronomia na Educacao
Ruben Goncalves VEx/VIRTIS and TNG/NICS cloud tracked winds at Venus' lower cloud level using nightside observations
Sandra Reis Compact high-z galaxies must hide in the cores of the present-day most massive galaxies
Sara Anjos "CEI" de Astronomia: um estudo sobre o impacto das acoes de Comunicacao e Educacao Informal (CEI) de Ciencia