CG: Modelling the formation of the GD-1 stellar stream inside a host with a fermionic dark matter core-halo distribution. – Mestre

Stellar streams are a consequence of the tidal forces produced by a host galaxy on its satellites (i.e. globular clusters and dwarf spheroidals). As the self-gravity of stellar streams is almost negligible, they constitute excellent probes of the gravitational potential of the host galaxy. For this reason, some Milky Way stellar streams have been used

GA: On the Magellanic Clouds stellar clusters characterization from their integrated spectra – Simondi Romero

As part of a work carried out on Magellanic Clouds (MCs) stellar clusters (SCs), we present results in age, metallicity and reddening for Bruck 50, NGC 176, SL 164 and SL 396, applying different methods (equivalent widths, template matching and spectral synthesis) from the SC integrated spectrum. These interesting SCs are useful on determining parameter

GA: Machine learning for membership determination in open clusters – Hasan

Membership of stars in clusters is very crucial in parameter determination and studies of clusters. We compare results obtained using supervised and unsupervised methods with Gaia DR2 and EDR3 data. We shall provide insights in to what are the suitable methods to be used and compare results using Gaussian Mixture Models and DBScan as well

GA: The internal structure of clusters in the Magellanic Clouds – Rodríguez J.

The analysis of the internal structure of star clusters can provide us important information about their formation and dynamic evolution. Using data from the VISCACHA survey, we studied the spatial distribution of the stars in clusters located at the peripheries of the Large Magellanic Cloud and the Small Magellanic Cloud. We characterized their internal structure

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