The following people have already announced their presence at the ESOP:

Name Country Lecture
Paria Abouhamzeh,
accompanied by Hossein Abouhamzeh.
Iran Timing Full Moon Occultations
Sven Andersson Germany -
Djunaï BABA AISSA Algeria New observations of asteroid occultations in Algeria
Piotr Badowski Poland -
Wolfgang Beisker Germany -
Christoph Bittner United Kingdom -
Wojciech Burzynski Poland Do It Yourself - cheap VTI based on Arduino project
Dietmar Büttner,
accompanied by Beate Büttner.
Germany A total lunar occultation with multiple contacts
Gerhard Dangl Austria Observation of a grazing star occultation in daylight
Michael Dohrmann Germany -
Eberhard H. R. Dr. Bredner Germany comes at the very last moment
Björn Dr. Kattentidt Deutschland -
Jan-Michael Dr. Lange Germany -
Eberhard Dr. Riedel Germany GRAZPREP - features and limitations
Andreas Eberle,
accompanied by Cordelia Eberle.
D -
Leonard Entwisle England -
Martin Fiedler Germany -
Konrad Guhl,
accompanied by Elke Guhl.
Germany observation of occultation by planets in the 19th century
Bernd Gährken Germany -
Martina Haupt Germany -
Tim Haymes England Graze of 81 Tau - using GRAZPREP
Stefan Jordan, Prof. Germany The Gaia Mission - Status and Prospects
Oliver Klös Germany TBA
Detlef Koschny Netherlands Kryoneri - a 1.2 m telescope with high-speed cameras
Gabi Koschny Netherlands -
Roman Kostenko Ukraine -
Mike Kretlow Germany The Chariklo Occultation Campaign 2017
Peter Lindner Germany -
Fatemeh Montazeri Najafabadi Iran -
Jan Mánek Czech Republic Invitation to ESOP 37 in Czech Republic
Atila Poro,
accompanied by Samira Metanat.
Iran Simulation of Asteroid's rotation
Alexander Pratt England To be announced
Vaclav Priban Czech Republic -
Wolfgang Rothe,
accompanied by Gisela Rothe.
Germany -
Frank Schaffer,
accompanied by Marianne Schaffer.
Germany -
Karsten Schindler Germany Airborne Occultation Observations: Past, Present, and Future
Bruno Sicardy France New progresses in stellar occultations by TNOs in the Gaia era
Andreas Tegtmeier,
accompanied by Carmen Tegtmeier.
Germany -
Andreas Viertel Germany -
Julian Wessel Germany Footage of a weather balloon launch into stratosphere at night, ISS Transit in front of celestial bodies
Nikolai Wuensche,
accompanied by Annette Wuensche.
Germany -