Team 367, week 2

Dr Cyril Georgy (Team Leader), University of Geneva, Switzerland: Identified shortcomings in the modelling of massive star evolution

Dr Philip Edelmann, Newcastle University, UK: Hydro simulations

Dr Patrick EggenbergerUniversity of Geneva, Switzerland: Angular momentum transport in stars and constraints from asteroseismology

Dr Sylvia Ekström, University of Geneva, Switzerland: Modelling of rotation in massive stars

Dr Miriam Garcia, Centro de Astrobiología Madrid, Spain: Winds of massive stars at various metallicities

Dr Mélanie Godart, University of Liège, Belgium: Asteroseismology of evolved massive stars

Dr José Groh, Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland: Spectroscopy, winds of massive stars

Dr Raphael Hirschi, Keele University, UK: Advanced stages of massive star evolution

Dr Casey Meakin, University of Arizona / Karagozian & Case inc. CA, USA: Convection during the advanced stages of stellar life

Dr Rhita Ouazzani, LESIA Observatoire de Paris, France: Asteroseismology, transport processes

Dr Péter I. Pápics, KU Leuwen, Belgium: Rotations in MS massive stars from asteroseismology

Dr Vincent Prat, CEA Saclay, France: Mixing in radiative zones from DNS

Prof. Michel Rieutord, Laboratoire Astrophysique de Toulouse, France: 2D modelling of rotating stars

Prof. Friedrich Roepke, University of Heidelberg, Germany: The seven-league hydro code and its applications to stellar physics

Dr Sébastien Salmon, Université de Liège, Belgium: Asteroseismology, solar modelling

Dr Sergio Simón-Díaz, Instituto de astrophísica de Canarias, Spain: Fundamental parameters and abundances determination

Invited young scientists:

Cole Johnston, KU Leuven, Belgium: Asteroseismology of massive stars

Gonzalo HolgadoInstituto de astrophísica de Canarias, Spain: Fundamental parameters of O stars and the IACOB project

Leo Horst, University of Heidelberg, Germany: Hydro simulations

Dr Delphine HypoliteCEA Saclay, France: 2D modelling of rotating stars

Team 367, first week