Participants

The following people have registered for the ESOP XL:

(listed in alphabetical order of the surname)

Name Country Lecture
Sven Andersson Germany -
Pascal Andre,
accompanied by Chantal and Alice ANDRE and others.
France DIY: make the cheapest and probably the smallest VTI in the world
Maciej Borkowski Poland -
Mieczysław Borkowski Poland -
Eberhard H. R. Bredner, PhD Germany Max and Moritz observe minor planets
Wojciech Burzyński Poland TBD
Daniel Błażewicz Poland -
Jean François Coliac (ZOOM) France -
Andreas Dill Belgium -
David Waring Dunham, PhD (ZOOM) USA Accurate NEO Orbits from Occultation Observations
Karolina Dziadura Poland Stellar occultation method of asteroids size and orbit determination
Chad Ellington USA -
João Ferreira, PhD Portugal Asteroid astrometry by stellar occultations: statistics on accuracy from orbital fitting
Marcin Filipek Poland -
Konrad Guhl,
accompanied by Elke Guhl.
Germany The expedition telescope "M2" - history and observation successes
Bernd Gährken Germany Graze of Asellus Borealis on Sep 14, 2020
Martina Haupt Germany -
Tim Haymes (ZOOM) England -
Maciej Jarmoc Poland -
Coliac Jean François (ZOOM) France -
Oliver Klös Germany TBD
Sławomir Kruczkowski Poland -
Jiří Kubánek,
accompanied by Lucie Kubánková and others.
Czechia The occultation by asteroid 1997 WP21 and other Czech observations
Yücel Kılıç (ZOOM) Turkey -
Anna Marciniak, PhD Poland Upgrade of the photometric telescope in Borowiec for occultation work
Jordi Marco (ZOOM) Spain -
Marek Nikołajuk, PhD Poland -
Miroslav Poláček (ZOOM) Czechia -
Pablo Santos-Sanz, PhD (ZOOM) Spain The ESOP2022 in Granada, Spain
Carles Schnabel (ZOOM) Catalonia -
Antoni Selva (ZOOM) Catalonia -
Miguel Sánchez (ZOOM) Spain -
Andreas Tegtmeier,
accompanied by Carmen Tegtmeier.
Germany -
Jan Maarten Winkel (ZOOM) Netherlands -
Nikolai Wünsche,
accompanied by Annette Wünsche.
Germany -
Marek Zawilski, PhD Poland The role of historical occultation observations