We look forward to see you at the next Delegate Assembly on Friday, May 6, at 9AM Pacific. We have one presentation, which will be by Alessandro Salvatore Tramuto, an undergraduate physics student working with Sara Bonito (INAF/Palermo, Italy). He will present the use of the Portal Aspect of the Rubin Science Platform (RSP) in an application to the Young Stellar Objects. Throughout his internship, Alessandro focused on photometric analysis of young stellar objects and specifically, used the RSP to study T Tauri stars in NGC 2264. We will use the usual zoom address ls.st/cet-zoom.
If you haven’t done so as yet, please consider preparing and showing one slide about yourself, your current work - and with the goals for your participation in the DP0.1 and DP0.2.