CS20 Splinter session

From light curves to rotation periods, and then ages via gyrochronology

- where do we stand, and where do we go from here?

July 30, 2018

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The community is invited to propose relevant talks (deadline May 31, 2018) for inclusion in the program of the CS20 Splinter Session From light curves to rotation periods, and then ages via gyrochronology - where do we stand, and where do we go from here?

While a title and abstract will suffice, we encourage potential speakers to send the convenors, via email (sbarnes_at_aip.de), relevant additional material such as preprints or slides of certain results to enable us to ensure a productive session.

We also welcome individuals who may not wish to present a talk, e. g. those whose preference is to bring up a topic for discussion, or those who may simply wish to listen. If such individuals were to simply indicate their interest in attending this splinter (no obligation), that would be helpful in terms of planning logistics. If you change your mind after signing-up and wish to propose a talk after all, write an email to Reply-To address you got with your email confirmation.

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