Gebran Marwan - Gaia
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University of Barcelona
Marwan Gebran finished his PhD in December 2007 at the Groupe de Recherche en Astronomie et Astrophysique du Languedoc (GRAAL) in France. He was working on chemical abundances and evolution of peculiar A/F stars in open clusters. He joined the Gaia team in December 2008 at the University of Barcelona (UB). He is a member of CU5 working on the absolute wavelength calibration of BP/RP spectra.
Marwan's research interests include the chemical composition of stars in open clusters and in the field, binary stars, HgMn stars and model atmospheres. He is also an active member of the POLLUX team (database for high resolution synthetic spectra and SEDs).
Marwan left Gaia in September 2010.
[Published: 18/03/2009 | Updated: 17/01/2011]
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