Participant list and contributions

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Participant   Institute   Contribution 
Ricardo Amorín IAA / OAR, Rome Extreme emission line galaxies in the local universe and beyond: potential hosts of GRBs
Antonio Cabrera-Lavers Grantecan GRBs at GTC
Lise Christensen DARK, Copenhagen Properties of strong gravitationally lensed galaxies
Paul Crowther Univ. of Sheffield Massive stars, SNe and their star-forming regions
Antonino Cucchiara GSFC Gemini Spectroscopy of the short burst GRB 130603B afterglow and host
Antonio de Ugarte Postigo (co-chair) IAA-CSIC/DARK, Granada Introduction to Cabo de Gata
Jonathan Elliott MPE, Garching The solar-metallicity host of GRB 110918A
Mette Friis Univ. of Iceland Thermal emission in the early X-ray afterglows of GRBs
Chris Fryer LANL Progenitors of SNe and GRBs
Christa Gall NASA/DARK/Univ. of Aarhus Formation and evolution of dust in galaxies
Rubén García-Benito IAA-CSIC The radial structure of M/L in CALIFA
Miriam García Centro de Astrobiologia-CSIC Massive stars in metal-poor environments: One step forward from the SMC
Diego Götz CEA Saclay - DSM/Irfu/SAp Catching the first stars with SVOM
Javier Gorosabel IAA-CISC/UPV-EHU GTC observations of GRB afterglows and their hosts
John Graham STScI / MPE The metal aversion of long GRBs
José Groh Geneva Observatory The surprising look of SN and GRB progeni-tors from stellar evolution models
Olga Hartoog Univ. of Amsterdam A double DLA towards a GRB at z=5
Carolina Kehrig IAA-CSIC IFU spectroscopy of metal-poor WR HII galaxies
Patrick Kelly UC Berkeley Host environments of nearby CC-SNe + LGRBs
Ia Kochiashvili DARK, Copenhagen Interlopers for the z~7 galaxies and their nature
Matthew Lehnert Inst. d'Astrophysique de Paris SF in distant galaxies: setting the stage for the parent popu-lation of GRB hosts
Giorgos Leloudas OKC, Stockholm SLSNe and their hosts
Laura Lopez MIT, Boston What would the remnant of a GRB look like?
Ragnhild Lunnan Harvard Univ. The extreme environments of SLSNe - connections to long GRBs?
Daniele Malesani DARK, Copenhagen Probing star-forming galaxies at all redshifts via long-duration GRB hosts
Michal Michalowski Univ. of Edinburgh Sub-mm and radio observations of SF galaxies
Bo Milvang-Jensen DARK, Copenhagen Ly-alpha emission from GRB hosts based on the TOUGH survey
Pavel Minaev IKI, Moscow To the dichotomy of short gamma-ray bursts
Daniel Miralles Caballero UAM Ionizing stellar population in NGC 3310
Maryam Modjaz NYU Stellar Forensics with environments of stripped envelope core-collapse supernovae
Mercedes Mollá CIEMAT Chemical evolution models for spiral and irregular galaxies
Gabriela Montes UC Santa Cruz Understanding the X-ray emission of close massive binaries: The case WR 20A
Ignacio Negueruela Univ. of Alicante How should the progenitors of IIp-SNe look like?
Manfred Pakull Obs. de Strasbourg He+ ionizing radiation in low metallicity starbursts
Polychronis Papaderos Univ. do Porto Extremely metal poor galaxies
Enrique Pérez-Montero IAA-CSIC, Granada WR galaxies and the interplay between gas and stars in star-forming systems
Daniel Perley Caltech/Hubble Fellow Promises and Perils for Constraining the Cosmic Star-Formation History with GRBs
Alexei Pozanenko IKI, Moscow Testing a two-jet model of short GRBs
Martin Roth AIP 3D spectroscopy of massive stars, SNe, and other point sources in crowded fields
Maria del Mar Rubio Díez CAB-CSIC VFTS 682: an isolated twin of R136's WN5h core stars
Sebastián Sánchez IAA-CSIC/CAHA, Almería 1) The CALIFA survey: Exploring the evolution of galaxies with HII regions
2) Summary talk
Steve Schulze Pont. Univ. Católica, Santiago 120422A and its connection to high and low-luminosity GRBs
Jonatan Selsing DARK, Copenhagen IFS of Ic-BL SNe
Craig Swenson Penn State Univ. UV/optical and X-ray flares in GRB lightcurves
Dorottya Szecsi Argelander Inst., Bonn Evolution of massive stars in blue compact dwarf galaxies: model tracks, WR stars and final fates
Christina Thöne (chair) IAA-CSIC, Granada 1) Scientific introduction
2) Goodbye
Susanna Vergani CNRS, Paris Are LGRBs biased tracers of SFR? Clues from a complete sample of z < 1 LGRB hosts
José M. Vílchez IAA-CSIC, Granada ---
Alina Volnova IKI, Moscow The optical light curve of GRB 130427A & SN evidence
Darach Watson DARK, Copenhagen Origin of soft X-ray absorption in GRB afterglows