List of Academic Presentations

Sergei A. Klioner




Invited presentations at academic conferences are given in boldface.

Starting from 2010 only selected presentations are listed.


A.
Oral presentations

  1. Black Holes and the Ways to Observe Them, Student Conference of the 239 College, St.Petersburg, Russia, December 1981, 15 min, in Russian

  2. On the Geometry of Satellite Traces near Stop Points, Student Conference of the St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, February 1984, 10 min, in Russian

  3. Geometry of Satellite Traces near Stop Points, Astronomical Winter School, Ekaterinburg, Russia, February 1985, 15 min, in Russian

  4. On the representation of the functions of the hyperbolic two body problem in the form of converging series, Seminar of the Celestial Mechanics Division of the St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, May 1987, 30 min, in Russian

  5. Representation of the functions of the hyperbolic two body problem in the form of converging series, Diploma Commission of the St. Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, July 1987, 15 min, in Russian

  6. First Order Planetary Perturbations with Elliptic Functions (a review of the paper by C.A. Williams, T. Van Flandern and E.A. Wright published in Celestial Mechanics, 40, 367, 1987), Seminar of the Theoretical Department of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, November 1988, 40 min, in Russian

  7. Relativistic Algorithms of the Remote Clock Synchronization, Seminar of the Department of Time and Frequency Support of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 1989, 60 min, in Russian

  8. On the Synchronization of Remote Clocks in General Relativity, Seminar of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, September 1990, 60 min, in Russian

  9. Relativistic reduction of astronomical observations, Scientific Council of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, November 1990, 15 min, in Russian

  10. Remote Clock Synchronization in General Relativity, Scientific Council of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, February 1991, 60 min, in Russian

  11. Relativistic reduction of astronomical observations, Seminar of the Celestial Mechanics Department of the St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, February 1991, 30 min, in Russian

  12. Relativistic reduction of astronomical observations, Zeldovich memorial seminar of the Sternberg Institute of the Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, February 1991, 30 min, in Russian

  13. General Relativistic Model of VLBI Observables, AGU Chapman Conference on Geodetic VLBI: Monitoring Global Change, American Geophysical Union, Washington D.C., USA, April 1991, 15 min

  14. Relativistic reduction of astronomical observations, Scientific Council of the St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, 19 June 1991, 20 min, in Russian

  15. Physical Aspects of clock synchronization, Conference ``Metrological aspects of Time and Frequency Measurements, Moscow, Russia, October 1991, 15 min, in Russian

  16. General Relativistic Model of VLBI Observables, Scientific Council of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, February 1992, 15 min, in Russian

  17. Picosecond relativistic VLBI model and its software implementation, 3rd Orlov Conference ``Study of the Earth as a planet by the techniques of astronomy, geophysics and geodesy'', Odessa, Ukraine, September 1992, 20 min, in Russian

  18. Some typical algorithms of the perturbation theory within Mathematica and their analysis, 25th Symposium on Celestial Mechanics, National Astronomical Observatory, Tokyo, Japan, December 1992, 15 min

  19. Hierarchy of Relativistic Kinematically Non-Rotating Reference Systems, International Symposium on Reference Frame Establishment and Technical Development in Space Geodesy (IRIS'93), Communications Research Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan, February 1993, 10 min

  20. Closed-Form Theory of Relativistic Astronomical Reference Systems, International Symposium on Reference Frame Establishment and Technical Development in Space Geodesy (IRIS'93), Communications Research Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan, February 1993, 10 min, in collaboration with Dr. A.V. Voinov

  21. Rotation relative to Distant Celestial Objects in the Framework of General Relativity. International Workshop on Relativity, Celestial Mechanics and Astrometry, National Astronomical Observatory, Tokyo, Japan, 25 June 1993, 45 min

  22. Influence of gravitational fields on the polarization of an electromagnetic wave, Seminar of the high energy astrophysics group of Helsinki Observatory, Helsinki, Finland, April 1994, 45 min

  23. Pulsar timing as a tool of testing gravitational theories, Helsinki Observatory Seminar, Helsinki, Finland, April 1994, 45 min

  24. Mutual rotation of the spatial axes of relativistic reference systems, International Conference "Modern Problems of Theoretical Astronomy", Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 20-24 June 1994, 15 min, in Russian

  25. Rotation relative to remote sources in General Relativity. I. Kinematics, Seminar of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, January 1995, 60 min, in Russian

  26. Relativistic effects in motion and observations of celestial bodies: current state of the problem, Seminar of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, May 1995, 30 min, in Russian

  27. Relativistic effects in motion and observations of celestial bodies, Invited talk at the IAU Symposium 172, Paris, France, July 1995, 30 min

  28. Relativistic Effects in Orientation of Astronomical Reference Frames, Journées'1995: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Warsaw, Poland, September 1995, 30 min

  29. Relativistic Modelling of Astronomical Observations, invited talk at the seminar of Lohrmann Observatorium, Dresden, Germany, June 1996, 60 min

  30. The Problem of the Post-Newtonian Rotational Motion, Invited talk at the IAU Colloquium 165, Poznan, Poland, July 1996, 30 min

  31. A theory of Local Reference Systems with PPN parameters, the 8th Marcel Grossmann Meeting, Jerusalem, Israel, 24 June 1997, 15 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel

  32. EinS: a Mathematica package for computations with indexed objects, the 8th Marcel Grossmann Meeting, Jerusalem, Israel, 27 June 1997, 15 min

  33. General Principles of Relativistic Modelling, Seminar of the VLBI Group of the Bonn University, Bonn, Germany, 30 June 1997, 60 min

  34. Relativistic Considerations for Precession and Nutation, Invited talk at the Joint Discussion No. 3, General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union, Kyoto, Japan, 19 August 1997, 25 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel

  35. Astronomical reference frames in the PPN formalism, Journées'1997: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Prague, Czech Republic, 22 September 1997, 25 min

  36. Astronomical reference frames and the PPN formalism, Seminar of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 10 March 1998, 60 min, in Russian

  37. A post-Newtonian Description of the Rotational Motion of Astronomical Bodies, DFG-Rundgespräch ``Rotation der Erde/Bezugssysteme'', Wettzell, Germany, 29 April 1998, 30 min, in collaboration with Prof. M.Soffel

  38. A Package for Computation with Indexed Objects within Mathematica and Its Applications to Metric Gravity Theories, IMACS Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (IMACS ACA), Prague, Czech Republic, 9 August 1998, 30 min

  39. Local Reference Systems and Testing Relativity, Seminar of the United States Naval Observatory, Washington D.C., USA, 4 December 1998, 45 min

  40. Local Reference Systems in the PPN formalism and their applications, Seminar of the Astronomical Institute of St. Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, 24 December 1998, 60 min, in Russian

  41. Rotation of celestial bodies in general relativity. II. Dynamics, Seminar of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 28 December 1998, 50 min, in Russian

  42. Post-Newtonian Theory of Elasticity and Rotation of Celestial Bodies, Symposium on Gravitational Physics, Konstanz, Germany, 26 November 1999, 30 min, in collaboration with Prof. M.Soffel, in German

  43. Relativistic modelling of optical positional observations with microarcsecond accuracy, Seminar of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 14 March 2000, 60 min, in Russian

  44. Relativity in Modern Astrometry and Celestial Mechanics - Overview. IAU Colloquium 180, Washington D.C., 28 March 2000, 20 min

  45. Multidimensional numerical Fourier transform of the planetary disturbing function, International Conference "Astrometry, Geodynamics and Celestial Mechanics on the eve of the XXI century", Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 20 June 2000, 15 min, in Russian

  46. On the number of independent components of an indexed object with symmetries, the 6th IMACS Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra (IMACS ACA2000) St.Petersburg, Russia, 26 June 2000, 20 min, in collaboration with Dr. N. Vasiliev

  47. Translational and rotational motion in the framework of PPN formalism, Scientific Council of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 27 June 2000, 30 min, in Russian

  48. Multidimensional Fourier analysis of the planetary disturbing function, US-European Celestial Mechanics Workshop, Poznan, Poland, 5 July 2000, 20 min

  49. Local Reference Systems and Equations of Motion in the PPN formalism, Zelmanov Memorial Seminar on Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology, Moscow, Russia, 4 October 2000, 90 min, in Russian

  50. Astrometric Parameters in the Framework of General Relativity, invited talk at the Journées'2000 du GREX (le Groupement de Recherche GREX "Gravitation et Expérience" du CNRS), Grasse, France, 12 October 2000, 50 min

  51. Translational and rotational motion of celestial bodies in the Parametrized Post-Newtonian formalism, Scientific Council, St.Petersburg Division of Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia, 21 November 2000, 30 min, in Russian

  52. Numerical Fourier anasysis of the perturbing function, Lohrmann Seminar, Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden Technical University, Dresden, Germany, 15 December 2000, 90 min, in German

  53. Reference Systems, Parallaxes and Radial Velocities in General Relativity, invited presentation, GAIA - A European Project, Les Houches Summer School, Les Houches, France, 14 May 2001, 50 min

  54. Practical Relativistic Model for Microarcsecond Astrometry in Space, invited presentation, GAIA Meeting, ESTEC, Noordwijk, Niederlands, 27 June 2001, 25 min

  55. Relativistic Time Scales for GAIA, invited presentation, GAIA Meeting, ESTEC, Noordwijk, Niederlands, 27 June 2001, 15 min

  56. Earth's rotation in the framework of general relativity: rigidly rotating multipoles, Journées'2001, Brussels, Belgium, 26 September 2001, 15 min, in collaboration with Profs. M. Soffel, Ch. Xu and X. Wu

  57. The plug-in-ready relativistic model and its implementation, The Third Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Dresden, Germany, 12 June 2003, 30 min

  58. Light propagation in the gravitational field of moving bodies, The Third Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Dresden, Germany, 12 June 2003, 30 min

  59. Software implementation of the GAIA relativistic model, The Fourth Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Nice, France, 27 November 2003, 30 min

  60. The GAIA Center-of-Mass Reference System and attitude modeling, The Fourth Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Nice, France, 27 November 2003, 30 min

  61. On the relativistic perturbations of the Lissajous orbits around L2, The Fifth Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, ESTEC, Noordwjik, Holland, 17 June 2004, 25 min

  62. On the comparison of the astrometric model implementations, The Fifth Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, ESTEC, Noordwjik, Holland, 17 June 2004, 25 min

  63. Two Point Boundary Value Problem for the Light Propagation with Microarcsecond Accuracy, The Fifth Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, ESTEC, Noordwjik, Holland, 18 June 2004, 25 min

  64. Independent Components of an Indexed Objects with Linear Symmetries, Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing, CASC 2004, St. Petersburg, Russia, 13 July 2004, 25 min

  65. Prospects of Space Astrometry, Seminar of the Institute of Applied Astronomy, Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg, Russia, 22 July 2004, 50 min, in Russian

  66. Relativistic Formulation and Reference Frame, International symposium "The three dimensional universe with Gaia", Paris, France, 5 October 2004, 25 min

  67. Towards a catalogue of relativistic effects in the motion of asteroids, The Sixth Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Solar System, Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 25 November 2004, 25 min

  68. Relativistic perturbations for the Lissajous Orbits around L2, The Sixth Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Paris Observatory, Paris, France, 13 January 2005, 45 min

  69. Testing Relativity with Space Astrometry Missions, 359th WE-Heraeus Seminar "Laser, Clocks, and Drag-Free: Key Technologies for Future Space Exploration, Testing Einstein's General Relativity in Space", ZARM, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany, 1 June 2005, 60 min (simultaneously a seminar of Center for Applied Science Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), University of Bremen)

  70. General-Relativistic Effects in Astrometry, 2005 Michelson Summer Workshop: Discovering New Worlds Through Astrometry, Michelson Science Center, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California 26 July, 2005, 45 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel

  71. Implementation of the relativistic model for Gaia: an update, The Seventh Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Lorhmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 15 September 2005, 15 min

  72. Testing Relativity with Gaia, The Seventh Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Lorhmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 15 September 2005, 25 min

  73. Task breakdown for the relativistic models and tests, The Seventh Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Lorhmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 16 September 2005, 25 min

  74. Microarcsecond space astrometry: project Gaia, Seminar of the Chair of astronomy, Sobolev Institute of Astronomy, St.Petersburg State University, 11 October 2005, 60 min, in Russian

  75. Astrophysical astrometry or astrometrical astrophysics, Joint Seminar of the Sobolev Institute of Astronomy, St.Petersburg State University, 11 October 2005, 90 min, in Russian

  76. Microarcsecond astrometry: theory, practice and applications, Center for Astronomy, Heidelberg University, 23 January 2006, 30 min, in German

  77. Fundamental physics with Gaia: models and tests, Seminar of the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Univetsität Jena, Germany, 25 January 2006, 60 min

  78. Astronomical observations in relativity: the need for relativistic astronomical reference systems, First Bego scientific rencontre of the IcraNet, Nice, France, 10 February 2006, 40 min

  79. Relativistic astronomical reference systems: advanced properties, First Bego scientific rencontre of the IcraNet, Nice, France, 13 February 2006, 60 min

  80. Relativistic Modelling of Astronomical Observations, First Bego scientific rencontre of the IcraNet, Nice, France, 14 February 2006, 60 min

  81. Relativistic modelling and tests: overview, First Meeting of the Gaia Coordination Unit 3 "Core Processing", Heidelberg, Germany, 23 February 2006, 15 min

  82. REMAT contricbutions from the Dresden group, First Meeting of the Gaia Coordination Unit 3 "Core Processing", Heidelberg, Germany, 24 February 2006, 15 min

  83. REMAT work breakdown structure, First Meeting of the Gaia Coordination Unit 3 "Core Processing", Heidelberg, Germany, 24 February 2006, 20 min

  84. Testing Relativity with Space Astrometry Missions, Workshop "Gravitational waves, radio pulsars and astrometry: Testing gravity in the next decade", Birmingham, Great Britain, 31 March 2006, 30 min

  85. Ephemerides in the relativistic framework: time scales, spatial coordinates, astronomical constants and units, Seminar of "Groupe de Travail Ephémérides Planétaires", Paris, France, 6 April 2006, 45 min

  86. Relativisty and Modern Astrometry, Astronomy 2006: traditions, present and future, Simposium devoted to the 125th anniversary of the Astronomical Observatory of St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, 27 June 2006, 50 min, in Russian

  87. Relativity and astrometry at the micro-arcsecond level, The Third International Symposium on Laser Astrodynamics, Space Test of Relativity and Gravitational-Wave Astronomy, Beijing, China, 16 July 2006, 30 min

  88. Non-standard relativistic tests with astrometry, Parallel Session "High Accuracy Astrometry and Relativity", the 11th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Berlin, Germany, 28 July 2006, 15 min

  89. TDB or TCB: does it make a difference? , Joint Discussion 16, the 26th General Assembly of the IAU, Prague, Czech Republic, 22 August 2006, 10 min

  90. Gaia (dedicated seminar), SIGRAV Graduate School "Experimental Gravitation in Space", Florence, Italy, 27 September 2006, 60 min

  91. Traditional and non-traditional relativistic tests with high-accuracy astrometric data, International Workshop "Advances in Precision Tests and Experimental Gravitation in Space", Florence, Italy, 30 September 2006, 30 min

  92. Fundamental Physics with Gaia, Colloquium of the Collaborative Research Center "Quantum-Limited Measurement Processes with Atoms, Density Profile Molecules and Photons" (SFB 407), Leibnitz Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany, 22 November 2006, 60 min, in German

  93. Gaia: general introduction, Colloquium of Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 3 November 2006, 60 min

  94. Gaia: tests of fundamental physics, Colloquium of Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 24 November 2006, 60 min

  95. What part of velocity can be restored from astrometric observations, Colloquium of Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 2 February 2007, 60 min, in collaboration with Dr. A. Butkevich

  96. Velocity determination from astrometric observations, ESAC meeting on Gaia data processing, Villafranca, Spain, 27 February 2007, 40 min, in collaboration with Dr. A. Butkevich

  97. Testing Relativity with Gaia, Hauptvortrag on the Spring Meeting 2007 of the German Physical Society, Heidelberg, Germany, 8 March 2007, 45 min

  98. On the implementation of the baseline model for Gaia, Second Meeting of the Gaia collaboration for "Relativistic Models and Tests" (REMAT), Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 14 March 2007, 20 min

  99. Practical algorithms to compute time transformations and to calibrate the on-board time, Second Meeting of the Gaia collaboration for "Relativistic Models and Tests" (REMAT), Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 14 March 2007, 20 min

  100. On the velocity determination from the astrometric data, Second Meeting of the Gaia collaboration for "Relativistic Models and Tests" (REMAT), Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 14 March 2007, 60 min, in collaboration with A. Butkevich

  101. REMAT activities, Second Plenary Meeting of the Gaia collaboration for "Core Processing" (CU3), Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 15 March 2007, 15 min

  102. Relativistic time scales and synchronization, Colloquium of Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 30 March 2007, 60 min

  103. Relativistic scaling of astronomical parameters and astronomical system of units, Colloquium of Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 4 May 2007, 60 min

  104. Theory of Earth Rotation: post-Newtonian theory for rigidly rotating multipoles, Meeting of the DFG research unit "Earth Rotation and Global Dynamic Processes" (FOR 584), Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 30 May 2007, 15 min, in German, in collaboration with M. Soffel, Ch. Le Poncin-Lafitte

  105. Time scales for planetary ephemerides, First European workshop on Solar System Dynamics and Ephemerides, ESOC, Darmstadt, 21 June 2007, 30 min

  106. Experimental foundations of general relativity theory, DPG-Fortbildungskurse für Physiklehrer "Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie", Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany, 13 July 2007, 60 min, in German

  107. Relativity in Fundamental Astronomy: solved and unsolved problems, Journées'2007: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Paris Observatory, Paris, France, 18 September 2007, 30 min

  108. Towards the relativistic theory of precession and nutation, Journées'2007: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Paris Observatory, Paris, France, 18 September 2007, 15 min; in collaboration with M. Soffel, Ch. Le Poncin-Lafitte

  109. Relativistic aspects of the IERS Conventions, IERS Workshop on Conventions, BIPM, Paris, France, 20 September 2007, 15 min

  110. Relatistic astrometry and astrometric relativity, IAU Symposium 248 "A Giant Step:from Milli- to Micro-arcsecond Astrometry", Shanghai Observatory, Shanghai, China, 17 October 2007, 30 min

  111. Relativistic astrometry, Problems of Modern Astrometry, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, 23 October 2007, 60 min, in Russian

  112. Relativistic time scales and relativistic time synchronization, Problems of Modern Astrometry, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, 24 October 2007, 60 min, in Russian

  113. How to determine 10^10 parameters from 10^12 observations: the astrometric solution for Gaia, Problems of Modern Astrometry, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, 24 October 2007, 60 min, in Russian

  114. Earth rotation and relativity: first results of dynamical modelling, Problems of Modern Astrometry, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, 25 October 2007, 60 min, in Russian

  115. Gaia and Fundamental Physics, ELSA School on the Science of Gaia, University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands, November 2007, 90 min

  116. Post-Newtonian Theory of Earth Rotation, Seminare "Temps et Espace", PAris Observatory, Paris, France, 3 December 2007, 80 min, in collaboration with M. Soffel, Ch. Le Poncin-Lafitte

  117. Time scales and time synchronization in Gaia, Workshop on Gaia, ESOC, Damrstadt, Germany, 28 February 2008, 20 min, in collaboration with Ch. Le Poncin-Lafitte

  118. Determination of the astrometric parameters of source from observations by a satellite with imprecisely known orbit, Seminar of the Chair of astronomy, Sobolev Institute of Astronomy, St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, 26 March 2008, 60 min, in collaboration with A. Butkevich, in Russian

  119. Experimental status of General Relativity Seminar of the Sobolev Institute of Astronomy, St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, 10 April 2008, 60 min, in Russian

  120. Relativistic time scales and relativistic time synchronization, International workshop "Theoretical Aspects of ACES Mission", Galileo Galilei Institute, Florence, Italy, 29 April 2008, 45 min

  121. Experimental Foundations of Gravitational Physics, Seminar of Lund Observatory, Lund University, Lund, Sweden, 8 May 2008, 45 min

  122. Questing for accuracy: relativistic modelling for geodesy, Seminar of QUEST, Leibnitz Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany, 3 June 2008, 40 min

  123. Synchronization accuracy and clock mode for Gaia, Workshop on Gaia, ESOC, Damrstadt, Germany, 4 June 2008, 20 min

  124. Gaia and fundamental physics, Seminar of the Gaia group at ESAC, ESAC, Madrid, Spain, 9 July 2008, 60 min

  125. The IAU relativistic reference systems as a tool to model Earth rotation, Journées'2008: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 22 September 2008, 30 min; in collaboration with M. Soffel

  126. Tests of Relativity, Gaia-SIM Meeting, Royal Astronomical Society, London, UK, 6 November 2008, 30 min

  127. GREM in GaiaTools, Gaia REMAT Meeting #4, Besancon, France, 13 November 2008, 20 min

  128. On the Gaia clock and time synchronization procedure, Gaia REMAT Meeting #4, Besancon, France, 13 November 2008, 15 min

  129. Local Lorentz Invariance via aberration, Gaia REMAT Meeting #4, Besancon, France, 14 November 2008, 30 min

  130. Relativistic modeling for Gaia and BepiColombo, BepiColombo MORE Team meeting, Rom, Italy, 16 February 2009, 30 min

  131. On the relativistic modeling of the fly-bys, First flyby anomaly team meeting, ISSI, Bern, Switzerland, 3 March 2009, 45 min

  132. DPAC activities for OBT calibration, Workshop on Gaia, ESOC, Damrstadt, Germany, 1 April 2009, 20 min

  133. REMAT activities 2009, the 4th Plenary Meeting of the Gaia collaboration for "Core Processing" (CU3), Turin, Italy, 21 March 2009, 15 min

  134. Relativistic Aspects of Rotational Motion of Celestial Bodies, IAU Symposium 261, Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, 28 March 2009, 30 min

  135. Iterative solutions with Matlab, Gaia AGIS Meeting, ARI, Heidelberg, Germany, 5 June 2009, 15 min; in collaboration with A. Butkevich

  136. The PPN γ from Gaia, Gaia AGIS Meeting, ARI, Heidelberg, Germany, 5 June 2009, 20 min; in collaboration with A. Butkevich

  137. Possible Strategy for the velocity update, Gaia AGIS Meeting, ARI, Heidelberg, Germany, 6 June 2009, 20 min; in collaboration with A. Butkevich

  138. Gaia Relativity Model and the boundary problem for light propagation Gaia REMAT Meeting #5, Nice, France, 18 June 2009, 30 min; in collaboration with S. Zschocke

  139. On the Gaia clock, Gaia REMAT Meeting #5, Nice, France, 18 June 2009, 20 min

  140. The PPN γ from Gaia, Gaia REMAT Meeting #5, Nice, France, 18 June 2009, 20 min; in collaboration with Alexey Butkevich, David Hobbs, Berry Holl, and Lennart Lindegren

  141. Gaia clock: how to calibrate, Gaia Calibration Thinkshop, Leiden Observatory, Leiden, The Netherlands, 25 June 2009, 20 min

  142. Testing Local Lorentz Invariance with high-accuracy astrometric observations, Marcell Grossmann 12, Paris, France, 15 July 2009, 20 min; in collaboration with Sven Zschocke, Michael Soffel, Alexey Butkevich

  143. An overview of possible astrometric tests of relativity, Marcell Grossmann 12, Paris, France, 16 July 2009, 20 min

  144. Commission 52 "Relativity in Fundamental Astronomy", Report 2006-2009, XXVII General Assembly of the IAU, Business Session of Division I, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 3 August 2009, 15 min

  145. Astrophysical Applications of Gaia astrometry, XXVII General Assembly of the IAU, Gaia Session, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 4 August 2009, 20 min

  146. On the Relativistic Theory of Earth Rotation, XXVII General Assembly of the IAU, Joint Discussion 6 "Time and Astronomy", Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 6 August 2009, 15 min

  147. Gaia and Fundamental Physics, International Conference "The Milky Way and the Local Group - Now and in the Gaia Era", Heidelberg, Germany, 31 August 2009, 30 min

  148. Microarcsecond astrometry and relativity: models and tests, Colloqium of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) Golm, Germany, 30 September 2009, 60 min

  149. Astrometric observations by an observer with imprecisely known orbit, ELSA School on the Techniques of Gaia, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, 1 October 2009, 60 min

  150. Microarcsecond astrometry and testing of general relativity, All-Moscow Seminar on Relativistic Astrophysics, Moscow, Russia, 14 October 2009, 60 min, in Russian

  151. Gaia: instrument, scientific applications and current state, Scientific Council of the Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow, Russia, 15 October 2009, 45 min, in Russian

  152. Modern space astrometry, Lecture read for astronomy students of Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, 16 October 2009, 90 min, in Russian

  153. Improvements of the Gaia Relativistic Model in GaiaTools, Gaia REMAT Meeting #6, Paris, France, 17 December 2009, 20 min

  154. Systematic errors in the Gaia determination of relativistic parameters, Gaia REMAT Meeting #6, Paris, France, 17 December 2009, 20 min

  155. Gaia clock test campaign and relativistic time transformations, Gaia REMAT Meeting #6, Paris, France, 17 December 2009, 30 min

  156. High-accuracy astrometry and experimental foundations of general relativity, Physical Colloqium, Heidelberg Univerity, Germany, 8 January 2010, 60 min, in German

  157. Systematic errors in Gaia determination of the PPN gamma, Gaia Science Team Meeting, 21 January 2010, 15 min

  158. High-accuracy astrometry from Gaia and general relativity, RSSD Seminar, ESTEC, ESA, Noordwijk, the Netherlands, 29 January 2010, 50 min

  159. Post-Newtonian theory of rotational motion for Lunar Laser Ranging, 1st ISSI Workshop on LLR, ISSI, Bern, Switzerland, 18 February 2010, 30 min, in collaboration with E. Gerlach and M. Soffel

  160. Relativistic modelling of the fly-bys: what was done in a wrong way, 2nd flyby anomaly team meeting, ISSI, Bern, Switzerland, 3 March 2010, 45 min

  161. Gaia and Relativity, AG splinter meeting "Relativity in Atsronomy", Bonn, 16 September 2010, 20 min

  162. Testing gravity with Gaia, RAS Specialist Discussion "Testing Gravity in trhe New Decade: Radio Pulsars, Astrometry and Gravitational Waves", Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, London, UK, 10 December 2011, 40 min

  163. Do we need relativistic multipole moments for the LLR, 2nd ISSI Workshop on LLR, ISSI, Bern, Switzerland, 16 February 2011, 30 min

  164. Hochgenaue Referenzsysteme für moderne Astronomie und Geodäsie (High-precision Reference System for Modern Astronomy and Geodesy), Workshop in Astronomical Institute, University of Bern, 25 May 2011, 30 min, in German

  165. Astronomical relativistic reference systems and their application for astrometry, GREAT-ESF Workshop "QSO Astrophysics, Fundamental Physics, and Astrometric Cosmology in the Gaia era", Porto, Portugal, 7 June 2011, 45 min

  166. Gaia: project status and scientific promises, Europlanet Workshop on Planetary Geodesy and Ephemerides, Moscow, Russia, 14 November 2011, 30 min

  167. Next-generation VLBI model: higher accuracy and larger baselines, Joint Discussion 7 "Space-time reference systems for future research", XXVIII General Assembly of the IAU, Beijing, China, 28 August 2012, 10 min

  168. Gaia: the project, its status and scientific promises, Seminar of Shanghai Observatory, Shanghai, China, 4 September 2012, 60 min

  169. High-accuracy astronomical obsrevations in solar system and relativistic equations of motion, Equations of Motion in Relativistic Gravity, Bad Honnef, Germany, 18 February 2013, 45 min

  170. Testing fundamental physics with space astrometry, Seminar of Astrometry Group, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, 15 May 2013, 45 min

  171. The status and promises of Gaia after the launch, Invited Lecture at the Spring Meeting of the DPG, Berlin, Germany, 18 March 2014, 45 min

  172. Applied General Relativity: Reference Frames, Astrometry and Geodesy, Invited Lecture at "General Relativity @ 99", Bad Honnef, Germany, 18 September 2014, 120 min

  173. Relativistic Aspects of Gaia mission, Journées'2014: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Pulkovo Observatory, St.Petersburg, Russia, 22 September 2014, 20 min

  174. Gaia astrometry and fundametal physics, The Milky Way Unravelled by Gaia, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 1 December 2014, 30 min

  175. General Relativity and Astrometry, Invited Lecture at the Spring Meeting of the DPG, Joint Session of Gravitation and Relativity Division and German Astronomical Society, Berlin, Germany, 19 March 2015, 40 min

  176. Gaia: astrometry and gravitation, Invited Lecture at the Rencontres de Moriond "Gravitation: 100 years after GR", La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy, 21-28 March 2015, 30 min

  177. General Relativity in the solar system and variation of constants, Invited Lecture at Clocks and Fundamental Constants (ACFC 2015), Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, 29 May 2015, 45 min

  178. Data timing, time transfer and onboard clock monitoring for the space astrometry with Gaia, Invited Lecture at ISSI/HISPAC Workshop on "High Performance Clocks, with Special Emphasis on Geodesy and Geophysics and Applications to Other Bodies of the Solar System", Bern, Switzerland, 3 December 2015, 30 min

  179. Space astrometry with Gaia and relativistic astrophysics, 28th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, TEXAS 2015, Geneva, Switzerland, 17 December 2015, 20 min

  180. Space astrometry with Gaia and fundamental physics: promises and challenges, Colloqium of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) Potsdam, Germany, 24 February 2016, 60 min

  181. Data Timing and Clock Monitoring in the Gaia astrometric mission, Invited presentation at The European Frequency and Time Forum (EFTF 2016), York, United Kingdom, 4-7 April 2016, 30 min

  182. Space astrometry with Gaia: the best stellar catalog in history or 1001 nights with the data, public presentation of the Gaia Data Release 1, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany, 15 September 2016, 70 min, in German

  183. Gaia Data Release 1 and its main features for QSO studies, Gaia-GFZ Collaboration Workshop, Dresden, Germany, 2 December 2016, 70 min, in German

  184. Promises and challenges of Gaia astrometry, Invited lecture at the joint DPG and AG Symposium "Fundamental Physics in Space", Bremen, Germany, 15 March 2017, 30 min

  185. Space Astrometry with Gaia, Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany, 11 April 2017, 80 min, in German

  186. Gaia astrometry and fundamental physics, Invited presentation at "Astrometry and Astrophysics in the Gaia sky", IAU Symposium 330, Nice, France, 26 April 2017, 20 min

  187. Gaia astrometry as a gravitational-wave detector, Seminar of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Hannover, Germany, 24 August 2017, 60 min

  188. Relativistic Models for Gaia and beyond, Invited presentation at the international conference "The science of Gaia and future challenges", Lund, Sweden, 30 August 2017, 25 min

  189. Space astrometry with Gaia: the status of the project, Invited presentation at the international conference "Furthering our knowledge of Earth Rotation", Journées'2017: Systèmes de Référence et de la Rotation Terrestre University of Alicante, Spain, 26 September 2017, 20 min

  190. Space astrometry with Gaia: the universe in 6 dimensions, public presentation of the Gaia Data Release 2, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany, 27 April 2018, 70 min, in German

  191. Gaia astrometry as a gravitational-wave detector, Seminar of the Institute of Space Science, University of Barcelona, Spain, 9 May 2018, 70 min

  192. Gaia Celestial Reference Frame: Properties and relations to ICRF3, Invited presentation at the Meeting of IAU Division "Fundamental Astronomy", Vienna, Austria, 27 August 2018, 30 min

  193. Space astrometry with Gaia: methods, results, applications, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 16 November 2018, 50 min, in German

  194. Encomium for Prof. Michael Soffel, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany, 24 January 2019, 25 min, in German

  195. Space astrometry with Gaia: the universe in 6 dimensions, public presentation in Observatory and Planetarium, Radebeul, Germany, 2 May 2019, 80 min, in German

  196. ESA mission Gaia, Aerospace Engineering Colloquium, Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany, 3 July 2019, 70 min, in German

  197. Astrometry in Space: new face of old science, public presentation in Observatory Gönnstdorf, Germany, 24 August 2019, 60 min, in German

  198. Tribute to Prof. Veniamin V. Vityazev at the international conference "Astrometry, Earth Rotation and Reference systems in the Gaia era", Journées'2019: Systèmes de Référence et de la Rotation Terrestre, Paris, France, 7 October 2019, 10 min

  199. Results and promises of Gaia space astrometry, High Energy Astrophysics today and tomorrow 2020, Institute of Space Research, Moscow, Russia, zoom, 22 December 2020, 30 min, in Russian

  200. The adventure of microarcsecond astrometry from space: challenges, results and promises of Gaia, Munich Physical Colloquium, Munich, Germany, zoom, 25 January 2021, 45 min

  201. Astrophysics from large-scale patterns in Gaia astrometry, Colloquium of the Royal Observatory Edinburgh, Edinburgh, zoom, 3 February 2021, 50 min

  202. Results of the space telescope Gaia, VAK 2021 (All-Russia Astronomical Conference 2021), Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, zoom, 25 August 2021, 40 min, in Russian

B.
Selected oral presentations given by co-authors

  1. Relativistic Reduction of Astrometric Observations at POINTS Level of Accuracy, Invited talk at the IAU Symposium 141, St.Petersburg, Russia, November 1988, in collaboration with Prof. V.A. Brumberg and Dr. S.M. Kopeikin, presented by S.M. Kopeikin.

  2. Computation of the Fourier coefficients of some elliptic motion functions, International Conference "Computer Methods in Celestial Mechanics", Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 17-20 October 1995, 15 min, in collaboration with Dr. N.N. Vasiliev and Dr. A.A. Vakhidov, presented by A.A. Vakhidov

  3. Fast Fourier transform for studying the convergence of elliptic motion series, International Conference, International Conference "New computer technologies in control systems", Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia, July 1996, 15 min, in collaboration with Dr. N.N. Vasiliev and Dr. A.A. Vakhidov, presented by A.A. Vakhidov

  4. Studying the convergence of satellite disturbing function expansions with different trigonometric arguments, Second Symposium on Classical and Celestial Mechanics, Velikie Luki, Russia, August 1996, 15 min, in collaboration with Dr. N.N. Vasiliev and Dr. A.A. Vakhidov, presented by A.A.Vakhidov

  5. The post-Keplerian orbital representations of relativistic two-body problem, 26th Symposium on Celestial Mechanics, National Astronomical Observatory, Tokyo, Japan, December 1992, 15 min, in collaboration with Dr. S.M. Kopeikin, presented by S.M. Kopeikin

  6. Zum gegenwärtigen Stand der Relativistischen Himmelsmechanik (On the present status of relativistic celestial mechanics), Invited talk at the DFG-Rundgespräch "Rotation der Erde/Bezugssysteme", Wettzell, Germany, 29 April 1998, 30 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel (in German)

  7. Relativity and Space Astrometry, Invited talk at the 1988 Spring Meeting of the German Astronomical Society, Gotha, Germany, June 1998, 30 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  8. The present status of Einsteinian post-Newtonian celestial mechanics, Invited talk at the Journées'1997, 22 September 1997, 25 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  9. Nutation, Transfer Functions and Relativity: Relativistic Nutation of a Non-Rigid Earth. Invited talk at the Journées'1998, September 1998, 25 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  10. Relativity in the problem of astronomical reference frames. Invited talk at the Journées'1999, 13 September 1999, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  11. Die Arbeiten in der IAU-Working-Group für Relativitätstheorie in Astrometrie und Himmelsmechanik, Frühjahrstagung 2000, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, 20 March 2000, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  12. Relativity for astrometry at the microarcsecond level. Invited talk at the Journées'2002, Bucharest, Romania, September 2002, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  13. Cosmological aspects of astrometry, The Third Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Dresden, Germany, 13 June 2003, 30 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  14. The BCRS and the large scale structure of the universe. Invited talk at the Journées'2003, St.Petersburg, Russia, September 2003, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  15. Relativity in the problems of astronomical reference systems and Earth rotation: status and prospects. Invited talk at the Journées'2004, Paris, France, 22 September 2004, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  16. The ICRS, BCRS and GCRS: astronomical reference-systems and frames in the framework of Relativity, problems of nomenclature. Journées'2004, Paris, France, 21 September 2004, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  17. Relativistic effects on imaging by a rotating satellite, The Seventh Meeting of the GAIA Working Group on Relativity and Reference Frame, Lorhmann Observatory, Dresden, Germany, 15 September 2005, 25 min in collaboration with G. Anglada, M. Soffel, J. Torra, presented by G. Anglada

  18. Recent progress in astronomical nomenclature in the relativistic framework Journées'2005, Warsaw, Poland, 20 September 2005, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  19. Cosmic influences upon the basic reference systems for GAIA, Workshop "Gravitational waves, radio pulsars and astrometry: Testing gravity in the next decade", Birmingham, Great Britain, 31 March 2006, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  20. The fundamental astronomical reference system for space missions and the expansion of the universe, The Third International Symposium on Laser Astrodynamics, Space Test of Relativity and Gravitational-Wave Astronomy, Beijing, China July 2006, 30 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  21. Relativistic aspects of the Earth's rotation, Joint Discussion 16, the 26th General Assembly of the IAU, Prague, Czech Republic, 22 August 2006, 20 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  22. On astronomical constants, Journées'2007: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Paris Observatory, Paris, France, 17 September 2007, 30 min, in collaboration with Prof. M. Soffel, presented by M. Soffel

  23. Determination of the barycentric velocity of an astrometric satellite using its own observational data, IAU Symposium 248 "A Giant Step:from Milli- to Micro-arcsecond Astrometry", Shanghai Observatory, Shanghai, China, 17 October 2007, 15 min, in collaboration with A. Butkevich, presented by A. Butkevich

  24. Velocity calibration and basic angle degeneracy, Third Meeting of the Gaia collaboration for "Relativistic Models and Tests" (REMAT), Turin Observatory, Turin, Italy, 28 February 2008, 30 min, in collaboration with A. Butkevich, presented by A. Butkevich

  25. Parametrized post-post-Newtonian solution for the boundary problem of light propagation, Third Meeting of the Gaia collaboration for "Relativistic Models and Tests" (REMAT), Turin Observatory, Turin, Italy, 28 February 2008, 20 min, in collaboration with S. Zschocke, presented by S. Zschocke

  26. Gaia Astrometry and Gravitational Waves, The Gaia Universe, ESLAB-53, ESTEC/ESA, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 9 April 2019, 20 min, in collaboration with R. Geyer and U. Lammers, presented by R. Geyer

C.
Poster presentations

  1. Intermediate orbit for general planetary theory in elliptic functions, IAU Symposium 172, Paris, July 1995

  2. EinS: a Mathematica package for tensorial computation in astronomical applications of relativistic gravity theories, IAU Symposium 172, Paris, July 1995

  3. On the influence of the dark matter on the motion of the solar system, International Symposium "Structure and Evolution of Stellar Systems", Petrozavodsk, Russia, August 1995, in collaboration with M. Soffel

  4. Intermediate Orbit for General Planetary Theory, IAU Colloquium 165, Poznan, Poland, July 1996

  5. Post-Newtonian Dynamical Theory of Earth's Rotation: Comparison to Newtonian Mechanics, Journées'1996: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels, Paris, France, September 1996

  6. On the convergence of trigonometric expansions of some functions of elliptic motion and their derivatives, International Conference "Problems of Celestial Mechanics", Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, June 1997, in collaboration with N.N. Vasiliev and A.A. Vakhidov, presented by N.N.Valisiev

  7. A theory of local reference systems with PPN parameters, the XXVII Radioastronomical Conference, Institute of Applied Astronomy, St.Petersburg, Russia, 10-15 November 1997

  8. A Package for Indicial Computation and Its Applications, Conference on Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing (CASC'98), St.Petersburg, Russia, 5 April 1998

  9. Rotational Motion of Celestial Bodies in the Relativistic Framework, IAU Colloqium 172 "The Impact of Modern Dynamics in Astronomy", Namur, Belgium, 6-11 July 1998, in collaboration with M. Soffel

  10. Geodetic VLBI and Relativity, the 1998 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 6-10 December 1998, in collaboration with M. Soffel

  11. Numerical Fourier Expansions of Planetary Disturbing Function, Journées'1999: Systèmes de Référence Spatio-Temporels and IX. Lohrmann-Kolloqium, Dresden, Germany, 13-15 September 1999

  12. Possible relativistic definitions of parallax, proper motion and radial velocity. IAU Colloquium 180, Washington D.C., 27-31 March 2000

  13. The new relativistic framework of the IAU and the PPN formalism. General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union, Manchester, United Kingdom, 10 August 2000

  14. Refining the relativistic model for Gaia: cosmological effects in the BCRS. International symposium "The three dimensional universe with Gaia", Paris, France, 4-7 October 2004, in collaboration with M. Soffel

  15. Relativistic Ray Tracing Applied to a Rotating Optical System, Joint Discussion 16, the 26th General Assembly of the IAU, Prague, Czech Republic, 22-23 August 2006, in collaboration with G. Anglada-Escudé, M. Soffel and J. Torra

  16. Units of relativistic time scales and associated quantities, IAU Symposium 261, Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, 28 March 2009; in collaboration with N. Capitaine, W. Folkner, B. Guinot, T.-Y. Huang, S. Kopeikin, E. Pitjeva, P.K. Seidelmann, and M. Soffel

  17. Search for Gravitational Waves in the Data of Scanning Astrometric Missions, ESA SCI Science Workshop #9, Akersloot, 7-9 November 2016, in collaboration with R. Geyer, H. Steidelmüller, and U. Lammers

  18. Search for Gravitational Waves in the Data of Scanning Astrometric Missions ESA SCI Science Workshop #10, Aranjuez, 13-15 November 2017, in collabration with R. Geyer, H. Steidelmüller, and U. Lammers



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