Observing time granted!

Around Christmas of 2021 Santa brought us two gifts, one just before the holidays and another … just after! We are definitely not disappointed! Two of our proposals have been granted observing time (while another one at ESO didn’t make it this time). We got 4.2 h with FORS2 multislit …

ASSESS Team on IAUS 366 on the Origin of Outflows in Evolved Stars

The ASSESS team is joining the IAUS 366 “On the Origin of Outflows in Evolved Stars”, organized virtually from Nov 1-5. Alceste will give an overview (Wednesday, Nov. 3, @12:20 UTC) of the ASSESS project followed by the advance we have achieved over the last years, as first results are …

PhD position on characterizing evolved, dusty massive stars in nearby galaxies II

The Institute for Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing (IAASARS) of the National Observatory of Athens invites applications for 1 PhD position on characterizing evolved, dusty massive stars in nearby galaxies. The aim of the project is to determine whether episodic mass loss is a dominant process in the …

Talks from the 15th Hellenic Astronomical Conference

Would like to learn what we have been doing so far?

Then you can take a look at our talks from the 15th Hellenic Astronomical Conference that became recently available online.

“Applying machine-learning methods to build a photometric classifier for massive stars in nearby galaxies”
by Grigoris Maravelias
“Spectral analysis of evolved massive stars in the SMC and LMC”
by Stephan de Wit
“Evolved massive stars in the Magellanic Clouds”
by Ming Yang
“Bouncing against the Yellow Void – the case of rho Cas”
by Grigoris Maravelias (poster)