ASSESS team joined the IAUS 361 in Ireland

The IAU Symposium 361: “Massive Stars Near and Far” was held in Ballyconnell, Ireland in the week of 8-13 May 2022. That was our first in-person meeting since the start of the pandemic, and the ASSESS team took advantage of the opportunity to travel to Ireland to present our work. In particular we contributed with two talks and three posters:

  • Talk: “Introducing the ASSESS project: Episodic Mass Loss in Evolved Massive Stars – Key to Understanding the Explosive Early Universe” – Alceste Bonanos
  • Talk: “Using machine-learning to investigate the populations of dusty evolved stars in various metallicities” – Grigoris Maravelias
  • Poster: “Progenitors and companions of stripped-envelope supernovae” – Manos Zapartas
  • Poster: “Properties of dusty Red Supergiant stars in the Magellanic Clouds” – Stephan de Wit
  • Poster: “ASSESSing evolved massive stars in NGC 6822 and IC 10” – Gonzalo Munoz Sanchez
From left: Grigoris Maravelias, Stephan de Wit, Konstantinos Antoniadis, Frank Tramper, Alceste Bonanos, Manos Zapartas, Gonzalo Munoz Sanchez, Evangelia Christodoulou

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