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1 from superjupiters to exoearths -10 José Antonio Caballero : Ramón y Cajal (CSIC) : Juan de la Cierva (UCM) : Alexander von Humboldt (MPIA) 2006: WFC/INT support astronomer (ING) : “astrofísico residente” & FPU (IAC) 2000: “estudiante de verano” (LAEFF) : Física (UCM)

2 -9 PhD thesis: Formation, evolution and multiplicity of brown dwarfs and giant exoplanets (2006, Universidad de La Laguna) Chapter 10: Multiplicity of L dwarfs: binarity and habitable exoplanets Search for transits around L dwarfs – Study of radial- velocity planet detection – Astrobiology: orbit synchronisation, atmospheric physics, bacteriochlorophyll a+b…

3 -8 a Refereed papers since 01 Jan The substellar mass function in the central region of the open cluster Praesepe from deep LBT observations (Wang et al., submitted, A&A) 2.Identification of blue high proper motion objects in Tycho-2 and 2MASS catalogues using Virtual Observatory tools (Jiménez-Esteban, Caballero, Solano 2010, A&A) 3.HRC-I/Chandra observations towards  Orionis ( Caballero et al. 2010c, A&A) 4.The magnetically active, low-mass, triple star WDS ( Caballero et al. 2010b, A&A) 5.Near-infrared low-resolution spectroscopy of Pleiades L-type brown dwarfs (Bihain et al. 2010, A&A) 6.Infrared and kinematic properties of the substellar object G 196-3B (Zapatero Osorio et al. 2010, ApJ) 7.Reaching the boundary between stellar kinematic groups and very wide binaries. II.  Lib + KU Lib: a common proper motion system in Castor separated by 1.0 pc ( Caballero 2010c, A&A) 8.Stars and brown dwarfs in the  Orionis cluster. II. A proper motion study ( Caballero 2010b, A&A) 9.The occultation events of the Herbig Ae/Be star V1247 Ori ( Caballero 2010a, A&A Letters) 10.Brown dwarfs and very low mass stars in the Praesepe open cluster: a dynamically unevolved mass function (Boudreault et al. 2010, A&A) 11.Finding the most variable stars in the Orion Belt with the All Sky Automated Survey ( Caballero et al. 2010a, AN)

4 -8 b Proceedings since 01 Jan Binary systems: from 0.2 arcsec to 2 deg ( Caballero, Double stars) 2.CARMENES: Calar Alto high-Resolution search for M dwarfs with Exoplanets with a visible and Near-infrared Echelle Spectrograph (Quirrenbach, Amado, Mandel, Caballero et al. 2010, SPIE) 3.Optical and near-infrared study of the stellar and substellar population of the recently discovered open clusters Alessi 5 and  Monocerotis (Boudreault & Caballero, Cool Stars 16) 4.Kinematics of ultra cool dwarfs: membership in moving groups and associations (Montes & Caballero, Cool Stars 16) 5.The stellar and substellar mass function in the central region of the old open cluster Praesepe (Wang et al., Cool Stars 16) 6.CARMENES: Towards the detection of exoearths ( Caballero et al., Cool Stars 16) 7.Estimating the age of exoplanet’s host stars by their membership in moving groups and young associations (Montes, Caballero et al. 2010, ASPC) 8.NAHUAL: a next-generation near-infrared instrument for the GTC (Martín et al. 2010, ASPC) 9.CARMENES: technical details ( Caballero et al., PRVS) 10.Music and Astronomy ( Caballero et al. 2010, HSA5) 11.Preliminary results on a virtual observatory search for companions to Luyten stars ( Caballero et al. 2010, HSA5) 12.An application of the Mayrit catalogue: very wide binaries in the  Orionis cluster ( Caballero 2010, HSA5) 13.Formation, evolution and multiplicity of brown dwarfs and giant exoplanets ( Caballero 2010, HSA5)

5 “De Mayrit al cielo”:  Orionis cluster (  ~ 3 Ma, d ~ 385 pc) Initial Mass Function Brown dwarfs and “(isolated) planetary-mass objects” Circum(sub)stellar discs X-rays H , Li I Photometric variability Abundances Proper motions Spatial distribution Multiplicity… -7

6 Virtual Observatory science, e.g. Koenigstuhl 1AB: the (second) widest ultracool binary  = ± 0.07 arcsec d = 23 ± 2 pc r = 1800 ± 170 AU M A = ± M sol M B = ± M sol Highlight of the week in A&A. Almost cover page! -6

7 Lecturer at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid From quarks to Cosmos ( , ) Astrophysics ( , ) Physics of the Solar System ( ; Master) “Trabajo académicamente dirigido” (2009) & “Trabajo fin de Máster” (2010) -5

8 -4 Outreach : Rock’n’Astronomy

9 WSO-UV : World Space Observatory-UltraViolet 1.7 m telescope Russian-Spanish-German space mission  = Å Spanish contribution: ISSIS (imaging and slit-less spectroscopy instrument for surveys) and ground segment Launch:

10 GO-IRS : GTC Optical Intermediate Resolution Spectrograph 10.4 m Gran Telescopio Canarias University of Florida, China, Spain 1000 MOS fibres in FoV = 15 arcmin + IFU R = 20k, 10k, 5-2k;  =  m (or  m…) Project scientist -2

11 CARMENES : Calar Alto high- Resolution search for M dwarfs with Exoearths with Near-infrared and optical Echelle Spectrographs 3.5 m telescope 1 m/s radial-velocity accuracy with a double- channel spectrograph 11 German and Spanish institutions Deputy project manager

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