Conferences and Meetings on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology

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AAVSO's Spectroscopy Workshop and 109th Annual Meeting
31 Oct 2020 - 15 Nov 2020 • Cambridge, United States
Organizer:
American Association of Variable Star Observers
Abstract:
These events are virtual, and you may attend both or either webinar events. None of the webinars are full-day--please visit our web page below for schedule details. Spectroscopy Workshop (Oct. 31, Nov. 6, 7, & 8): Directed by Ken Hudson, and based on his Sacramento Mountain Spectroscopy Workshop. Includes presentations on hardware and software used by amateurs, and introduces projects for contributing to pro/am collaborations. Annual Meeting (Nov. 13, 14, &15): Complete with keynote speakers, presentations by professional and amateur astronomers, AAVSO Observing Section break-out sessions, and more.
Contact:
AAVSO;     Phone: [617-354-0484];     Email: aavso@aavso.org
Topics:
variable stars, professional-amateur collaborations, astronomy, education, research, spectroscopy
Event listing ID:
1373954
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The 9th KIAS Workshop on Cosmology and Structure Formation
02 Nov 2020 - 06 Nov 2020 • Seoul + online, South Korea
Organizer:
Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS)
Abstract:
We are pleased to announce the 9th KIAS Workshop on Cosmology and Structure Formation, to be held from 2nd November to 6th November 2020 at the Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS), Seoul. This workshop aims to bring together the world-wide researchers for open and active discussions about recent challenging issues on cosmology and structure formation. The workshop program is made including theoretical cosmology, cosmological observations, computational astrophysics, galaxy formation and evolution, gravitational lensing, and the artificial intelligence application to various astrophysical problems. The conference will be held on campus at KIAS in a vibrant suburb of Seoul close to the city center. We also utilize the online conference platform (Zoom) to enable participation from those who have travel restrictions. In the registration form, you can choose whether you will attend the conference on-site or through Zoom. Registration is now open, and the deadline for submission of contributed talks is 9th September 2020. Further information can be found on the conference web page.
Contact:
Email: cosmology2020@kias.re.kr
Topics:
Cosmology - Large-Scale Structures in the Universe - Computational Techniques in Cosmology - Early Universe - Evolution of Galaxies
Event listing ID:
1359565
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ADASS 2020 — The Annual Conference on Astronomical Data Analysis Software & Systems
08 Nov 2020 - 12 Nov 2020 • Granada, Spain
Organizer:
The Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc.
Abstract:
The 30th annual international Astronomical Data Analysis Software & Systems (ADASS) conference will be held November 8-12, 2020 in Granada, Spain. The International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) meeting will follow ADASS on November 13-15. We look forward to seeing you there!
Event listing ID:
1282688
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IV CosmoGrav 2020 — IV Mesoamerican Workshop on Cosmology and Gravitation
09 Nov 2020 - 10 Nov 2020 • Mexico City, Mexico
Organizer:
Institute of Nuclear Sciences (ICN-UNAM)
Abstract:
The Institute of Nuclear Sciences (ICN-UNAM) and the Mesoamerican Centre for Theoretical Physics (MCTP) are pleased to announce the IV Mesoamerican Workshop on Cosmology and Gravitation (IV CosmoGrav). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the workshop will be online and will take place November 9-10, 2020. On this edition, the workshop will be a short two-day meeting aimed at students in their final bachelor studies, postgraduate students, and researchers already familiar with General Relativity and Cosmology. The main lectures will be complemented with plenaries and seminars. In this fourth edition the invited countries are Malta, United Kingdom and Germany. The main objective of IV-CosmoGrav is to promote discussions centering on the themes of the invited lectures and talks focused on recent developments in areas related to Gravitation and Cosmology. This year topics are: Teleparallel Cosmology, Compact Object, Modified Gravity in the Gravitational Waves Era and Cosmology with eBOSS and DESI. This fourth meeting is designed to bring together experts in different areas of Cosmology and Gravitation in order to complement the specialized education of advanced students and to promote National/Mesoamerican and International collaboration among participants.
Contact:
Email: celia.escamilla@nucleares.unam.mx
Topics:
Cosmology, Gravitation
Event listing ID:
1376226
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Less Travelled Path of Dark Matter: Axions and Primordial Black Holes
09 Nov 2020 - 13 Nov 2020 • Bangalore, India
Abstract:
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the original program has been canceled. However, the program will be conducted through online lectures.

The existence of dark matter (DM) has been inferred from its gravitational interactions, yet the identity of the dark matter particles remains completely unknown. The dominant candidate for DM over the last 30 years has been Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs). However, despite extensive underground (direct), telescope (indirect), and collider searches, dedicated experiments have not found any evidence of WIMPs. Meanwhile, several astrophysical small-scale structure and cosmological hints might be an indication that DM has non-gravitational interactions that cannot easily be explained with vanilla WIMPs.

This online workshop on the Less Travelled Path of Dark Matter (LTPDM) will bring together particle physicists and cosmologists from all over the world to address current trends in DM searches, focused on axions and primordial black holes, and map the way forward. The program will also include a school, with lectures addressed to students and postdocs, familiarizing them with new and advanced concepts.

We plan to have a longer physical workshop on dark matter, with a larger perspective, in the near future once the current global pandemic crisis has subsided.

Contact:
Email: ltpdm2020@icts.res.in
Topics:
Gravitation and Cosmology, Astrophysics, Phenomenology HEP
Event listing ID:
1377484
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Magnetism and Accretion
16 Nov 2020 - 20 Nov 2020 • Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract:
A multi-disciplinary international meeting on the topic of magnetically influenced accretion and outflows throughout the Universe
Topics:
compact binaries with accreting white dwarfs, neutron stars or black holes, disk/jet connections, AGN and blazars, proto-stellar systems, YSOs & planets, GRBs, kilonovae and associated objects, Computer simulations of magnetically controlled accretion
Event listing ID:
1331100
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Life Around a Radio Star
23 Nov 2020 - 27 Nov 2020 • Leiden, Netherlands
Organizer:
Lorentz Center
Event listing ID:
1331110
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NEP2020 — NEP conference 2020
25 Nov 2020 - 27 Nov 2020 • Taipei, Taiwan
Organizer:
Cosmology group, National Tsing Hua University & Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica (ASIAA) in Taiwan
Abstract:
We are pleased to announce that we will have the "NEP conference 2020". This 3rd NEP meeting is organized by both the NTHU cosmology group and the Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica (ASIAA). Considering the current situation due to the COVID-19, we announce that our conference will be held online from Nov. 25 to Nov. 27, 2020. People who are in Taiwan can join the conference face-to-face at ASIAA. Check the conference website below. Please mark your calendar first and make sure to register! We hope to see you online or at ASIAA in Taipei.
Contact:
Email: Tomo Goto (tomo@gapp.nthu.edu.tw); Seong Jin Kim (seongini@gmail.com); Youichi Ohyama (ohyama@asiaa.sinica.edu.tw)
Event listing ID:
1382971
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Linking the Galactic and Extragalactic: stellar dynamics and stellar populations of the Milky Way and its siblings
30 Nov 2020 - 04 Dec 2020 • Wollongong, NSW, Australia
Organizer:
"Astro3D" an Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
Abstract:
n this conference we aim to link Galactic and Extragalactic research, both of which bring unique perspectives to understanding how disk galaxies formed. The recent wealth of detailed Milky Way measurements from GALAH, APOGEE, LAMOST, and Gaia, combined with results from spatially resolved spectroscopic surveys such as SAMI, MaNGA, and with VLT­-MUSE, make this the ideal time to link Galactic and extragalactic research. Crucial in this discussion are the recent results from large cosmological and Milky Way zoom in simulations that shows that the Galaxy might not be the ideal template for understanding disk formation as previously thought.
Event listing ID:
1307195
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Modeling, observing, and understanding flows and magnetic fields in the Earth's core and in the Sun
30 Nov 2020 - 04 Dec 2020 • Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Organizer:
INI – Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Abstract:
Like many other stars and planets, the Earth and the Sun possess magnetic fields built by dynamo action. Unlike the magnetism of most other astrophysical objects, though, the Solar and terrestrial fields have been closely studied for generations, yielding a wide variety of observational constraints that continue to challenge theory and defy prediction. Both analytical theory and numerical simulations have cumulatively yielded significant insight into how both objects build their magnetism, but a comprehensive understanding of this process has remained elusive. This meeting will aim to scrutinise and assess the results of such modelling efforts by comparison to the vast and ongoing array of observations of both the Earth and the Sun.
Event listing ID:
1331164
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The aftermath of a revolution: planet formation five years after HL Tau
07 Dec 2020 - 11 Dec 2020 • Cape Town, Chile
Event listing ID:
1265775
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IAUS367 — Education and Heritage in the Era of Big Data in Astronomy. First steps on the IAU 202-2030 Strategic Plan
09 Dec 2020 - 14 Dec 2020 • San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Organizer:
Nationa University of Rio Negro
Abstract:
The primary goal of this Symposium is to give perhaps for the first time a global vision of Education and Heritage in the frame of the goals of the IAU, taking into account the Plan 2020-2030 and to propose an eventual ‘next steps’ road map and a global astronomy education agenda for the next decade, while honouring the education from the past.

In this sense, we would foster inclusiveness in the advancement of astronomy and facilitate the advancement of the next generation of astronomers and scientists, through encouragement of the use of new methods of learning and best practices (including distance education: Moocs) in pedagogy at university level, as well as the use of astronomy for teaching and education at school level, which are part of the definitions of the proposed Office of Astronomy for Education (OAE), which also pursuits the establishment of a Network of Astronomy Education Contacts (NAECs) to provide accessible materials and astronomy literacy guidelines globally. The invited speakers are international leaders in discipline-based education in astronomy and the planetary science, but also in communication, history, inclusion and protection of world’s heritage, including the dark sky.

As with most other sciences, astronomy is being fundamentally transformed by the Information and Computation Technology (ICT) revolution. The data volume is growing exponentially, can be accessed remotely and the observations can be performed even without a real knowledge of a telescope. The new approaches to the data permits the development of new tools, techniques and resources for data analysis and produce discoveries which probably never would be reached with traditional astronomy data analysis period.

Contact:
Local Organizing Committee;     Email: iaus367@unrn.edu.ar
Topics:
State-of-the-art of astronomy education in countries/continents in the framework of the 2020-2030 IAU plan, Meta-analysis of astronomy education research on contents/school grade levels/focus on education cross studies, Literacy in Astronomy, Innovations in education methodologies and instrumentation, Research into the value and influence of astronomy education in other disciplines, Big Data in education and Open Astronomy, Astronomy as an interdisciplinary approach to science education in all levels, Inclusive education in Astronomy, Use of Astronomy Education Research experiments and results by teachers and in informal education activities (museum, planetarium, etc), Cultural Astronomy and heritage and education: from Stonehenge to the Space telescopes.
Event listing ID:
1276579
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237th AAS Meeting — 237th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
03 Jan 2021 - 07 Jan 2021 • Phoenix, AZ, United States
Event listing ID:
1083137
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Multiwavelength Probes of Galactic Atmospheres
25 Jan 2021 - 28 Jan 2021 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP)
Abstract:
The circumgalactic medium (CGM) can be viewed as an atmosphere that surrounds a galaxy and sustains star formation within it. Much of what we know about the CGM has come from absorption-line spectroscopy, mainly in the UV band, of gas at temperatures below the galaxy's virial temperature. A comparable amount of hotter gas, closer to the virial temperature, may also be present but has been harder to detect. If it is there, then the properties of the cooler clouds and the hotter ambient medium are likely to be complementary, deeply interwoven, and physically complex. It follows that the physics of cosmic rays, magnetic fields, turbulent mixing layers, conductive interfaces, and shocks may then play a leading role in setting the fate of the multiphase CGM. This conference will examine the evidence for a virial-temperature component along with the observations capable of revealing its properties and its relationship to the cooler components. Probes that complement UV absorption-line observations will be emphasized, including X-ray emission and absorption, UV and optical emission, Sunyaev-Zel'dovich probes, Fast Radio Bursts, and signposts of non-thermal particle acceleration.
Event listing ID:
1246591
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Astrostatistics in Canada and Beyond
28 Feb 2021 - 05 Mar 2021 • Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada
Organizer:
Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery (BIRS)
Abstract:
What could be a bigger source of "big data" than the entire Universe? Researchers in statistics and computer science are developing new methods to analyse the "big data" that companies and governments want to understand. To test out these methods they need big datasets that everyone can share - and new astronomical telescopes just happen to be gearing up to generate observations of billions of stars and galaxies that fit the bill. Insights from statistics will help astrophysicists to get the most out of these observations. The Astrostatistics 2021 workshop will bring together statisticians and astrophysicists to learn the technical languages of the two fields and identify how to work together to combine the excitement of space with big data.
Event listing ID:
1364158
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White Dwarfs from Physics to Astrophysics
29 Mar 2021 - 01 Apr 2021 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP)
Abstract:
Astrometric, photometric and spectroscopic all-sky surveys provide the first complete, unbiased view of the Galactic population of the most abundant type of stellar remnants: white dwarfs. This wealth of observational data provides an array of opportunities to use white dwarfs as probes of a wide range of astrophysics, including the formation and evolution of stars and planets, the star formation rate of the Galaxy, and the populations of low-frequency gravitational wave sources and progenitors of thermonuclear supernovae. These applications require improved models of these electron-degenerate stars, which in turn rely on developments in the relevant input physics, including equations of state and opacities. This conference will provide a joint platform for experts in the observational and theoretical study of white dwarfs, scientists working on the underlying fundamental physics, and astronomers using white dwarfs as diagnostic tools to gain a panoramic overview of the state-of-the-art, to identify remaining limitations of the current models, and to explore novel scientific opportunities arising from the new data.
Event listing ID:
1246612
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White Dwarfs as Probes of the Evolution of Planets, Stars, the Milky Way and the Expanding Universe
29 Mar 2021 - 01 Apr 2021 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Organizer:
UC Santa Barbara, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics
Abstract:
Astrometric, photometric and spectroscopic all-sky surveys provide the first complete, unbiased view of the Galactic population of the most abundant type of stellar remnants: white dwarfs. This wealth of observational data provides an array of opportunities to use white dwarfs as probes of a wide range of astrophysics, including the formation and evolution of stars and planets, the star formation rate of the Galaxy, and the populations of low-frequency gravitational wave sources and progenitors of thermonuclear supernovae. These applications require improved models of these electron-degenerate stars, which in turn rely on developments in the relevant input physics, including equations of state and opacities. This conference will provide a joint platform for experts in the observational and theoretical study of white dwarfs, scientists working on the underlying fundamental physics, and astronomers using white dwarfs as diagnostic tools to gain a panoramic overview of the state-of-the-art, to identify remaining limitations of the current models, and to explore novel scientific opportunities arising from the new data.
Event listing ID:
1282719
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Protostars & Planets VII
01 Apr 2021 - 07 Apr 2021 • Kyoto, Japan
Event listing ID:
1275409
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EGU General Assembly 2021 — European Geosciences Union 2021
25 Apr 2021 • Vienna , Austria
Organizer:
European Geosciences Union (EGU)
Abstract:
The EGU General Assembly 2021 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you at its General Assembly.
Event listing ID:
1354365
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8th Workshop on Level Density and Gamma Strength
03 May 2021 - 07 May 2021 • Oslo, Norway
Topics:
Nuclear level density Gamma-ray strength function Phase transitions in mesoscopic systems Applications in astrophysics and reactor physics
Event listing ID:
1358923
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Phenomenology of Black Holes in Quantum Gravity
23 May 2021 - 28 May 2021 • Hangzhou, China
Organizer:
Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics (IASM) in Hangzhou, China, and the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery (BIRS) in Banff, Canada
Abstract:
In this 5-day workshop, we shall bring the fields leaders, both theoretical and observational, together across the boundaries of several different fields, to discuss the important issues about black hole physics and gravitational wave astronomy in particular, and quantum field theory and quantum gravity in general. The workshop is very timely and important, and has been already received strong support from various leaders of the fields.
Event listing ID:
1364895
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AwRI2021 — Astronomy with Radioactive Isotopes
31 May 2021 - 03 Jun 2021 • Budapest, Hungary
Organizer:
Konkoly Observatory
Abstract:
Radioactive nuclei play a significant role in many current astrophysical pursuits, from the origin of the elements to the driving of emissions from supernovae (56Ni) and kilonovae (r-process radioactivity). Radioactive nuclei are crucial for direct studies of galactic enrichment (7Be, 26Al, 44Ti, 60Fe, 99Tc, 244Pu) and stellar explosions (56Ni, 44Ti). Stars and their explosions, galaxies and their evolving interstellar medium, and the origin of the solar system are among the targeted astrophysical objects. Stardust, meteorites, ocean floor deposits, cosmic-rays, and gamma-ray spectroscopy provide a rich variety of astronomy to exploit the inherent power of radioactivity. Investigation tools range from numerical models, astronomical instrumentation, and laboratory experiments to derive material compositions and nuclear reaction rates. The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers from all these different fields to promote interaction through the common ground of radioactivity.
Event listing ID:
1226716
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Gordon Research Seminar — Origins of Solar Systems
19 Jun 2021 - 20 Jun 2021 • South Hadley, MA, United States
Event listing ID:
1320764
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Gordon Conference on Origins of Solar Systems
19 Jun 2021 - 25 Jun 2021 • Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, United States
Event listing ID:
1326469
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Gordon Research Conference — Origins of Solar Systems
20 Jun 2021 - 25 Jun 2021 • South Hadley, MA, United States
Event listing ID:
1320743
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Gordon Research Seminar — String Theory, Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics
26 Jun 2021 - 27 Jun 2021 • Stonehill College, Easton, MA, United States
Event listing ID:
1321628
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Gordon Research Conference — String Theory, Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics
27 Jun 2021 - 02 Jul 2021 • Stonehill College, Easton, MA, United States
Event listing ID:
1321629
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International School on The Interstellar Medium of Galaxies, from the Epoch of Reionization to the Milky Way
19 Jul 2021 - 23 Jul 2021 • Banyuls-sur-Mer, France
Abstract:
This international school will offer an overview of the observational constraints, the interpretative tools and the theoretical frameworks used for studying the interstellar medium in galaxies from the epoch of reionization to the Milky Way. Furthermore, it aims to build a synergy between the Galactic ISM and extragalactic communities. Time will be devoted to discussion between participants and lecturers, with the hope of kick-starting original projects.
Event listing ID:
1310395
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Star Formation: From Clouds to Discs. A Tribute to the Career of Lee Hartmann
16 Aug 2021 - 19 Aug 2021 • Malahide, Ireland
Organizer:
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ireland
Abstract:
This conference will celebrate the career of Lee Hartmann, who has made enormous contributions to our field during his productive life. For over 3 decades Lee has been a leading pioneer in characterizing the physics of molecular clouds, stars and planet formation. His scientific breadth and impact can be seen in his studies on molecular cloud formation and cloud lifetimes. This has led to a change in our paradigm of star formation towards more rapid evolution. He has been among the first to recognize the importance of accretion and magnetic fields in the phenomena observed in young stars, and has led ground-breaking efforts characterizing these effects. As a tribute to Lee, but also recognizing that we stand on the threshold of a new era with the arrival of JWST, E-ELT and SKA, it is appropriate to take stock of the most fascinating developments in our field, emphasizing those areas where Lee has made significant contributions.
Contact:
Phone: [+353 (0)1 440 6656];     Email: cloudstodiscs@dias.ie
Topics:
star formation, protostars, accretion discs, jets, outflows, molecular clouds, magnetic fields, HII regions
Event listing ID:
1317882
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Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity
29 Aug 2021 - 04 Sep 2021 • Oberwolfach , Germany
Organizer:
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (MFO, Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics)
Event listing ID:
1313134
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Long Program — Mathematical and Computational Challenges in the Era of Gravitational Wave Astronomy
13 Sep 2021 - 17 Dec 2021 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
The aim of this program is to connect efforts of the mathematical and physical sciences communities to address the latest advances and new challenges on the understanding of multi-messenger astronomy. The IPAM program will comprise four workshops, each addressing a different topic: the generation of catalogs of waveform templates; the discussion of the mathematical modeling of the equations governing strong relativistic systems; parameter estimation of astrophysical sources of gravitational waves; and the state of the art of big data and deep learning techniques for GW data analysis.
Event listing ID:
1376451
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PUMA2021 — Probing the universe with Multimessenger Astronomy
27 Sep 2021 - 01 Oct 2021 • Sestri Levante, Italy
Organizer:
University of Genova and INFN-Sezione di Genova
Abstract:
A conference to gather an overview of the status and future prospects of astrophysics and cosmology with a multimessenger approach. The conference will feature only plenary sessions on the following topics: astrophysics with electromagnetic waves, astrophysics with gravitational waves, astroparticle physics and neutrino astrophysics, nuclear astrophysics, cosmology. The conference was originally planned for 2020 and moved to 2021 because of the Covid-19 emergency situation.
Event listing ID:
1353987
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APN8 - Asymmetrical Post-Main-Sequence Nebulae 8 - The Shaping of the Circumstellar Matter
04 Oct 2021 - 08 Oct 2021 • Granada, Spain
Event listing ID:
1326402
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McGill University Space Research Conference
05 Oct 2021 - 06 Oct 2021 • Montreal, Canada
Organizer:
McGill University
Abstract:
McGill’s Space Research Conference will bring major sectors of the international space and aerospace communities together for two days to examine space issues from multiple perspectives–including engineering, healthcare, law and space science–all with an eye on the future. Over the coming decades, as the aerospace sector shifts its focus towards enabling space travel, an integrated space and aerospace ecosystem is expected to emerge. McGill’s Bicentennial provides a perfect platform for the conference’s theme, What Is Our Future in Space?, as participants will journey far beyond 2021 to focus on critical space issues 25, 50 and even 100 years in the future. Join McGill’s astronauts and the world’s top academic researchers, business pioneers, and government leaders in space and aerospace for two days of cross-industry exchange in Montreal.
Event listing ID:
1352140
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Detection and Analysis of Gravitational Waves in the era of Multi-Messenger Astronomy: From Mathematical Modelling to Machine Learning
14 Nov 2021 - 19 Nov 2021 • Oaxaca, Mexico
Organizer:
Casa Matemática Oaxaca (CMO) in Mexico, and the Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery (BIRS) in Banff, Canada
Abstract:
Gravitational-waves are a new way to explore the sky and uncover the Universe’s deepest mysteries. Although the first detection of these "ripples of space-time" is only a few years old, scientists can now harness the potential of gravitational waves in testing Einstein’s General Relativity theory under extreme conditions, helping to understand the origin of matter, and measuring the evolution of the Universe. Researchers from all around the world are gathering in Oaxaca to discuss recent progress in, and the future of gravitational-wave science. The workshop "Detection and analysis of gravitational waves in the era of multi-messenger astronomy: From mathematical modelling to machine learning", provides a forum, unique in its genre, for discussing new mathematical methods in modelling, detecting, and analyzing gravitational waves, as well as their integration with machine learning, or artificial intelligence.
Event listing ID:
1364833
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GWAWS3 — Workshop III: Source inference and parameter estimation in Gravitational Wave Astronomy
15 Nov 2021 - 19 Nov 2021 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM)
Abstract:
The goal of this workshop is to connect statisticians and GW astrophysicists to discuss the current state-of-the-art approaches for parameter estimation in CBC and other GW sources alike and to identify the open issues to improve the status regarding low-latency searches.
Topics:
Part of the Long Program Mathematical and Computational Challenges in the Era of Gravitational Wave Astronomy
Event listing ID:
1366840
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239th AAS — 239th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2022 - 13 Jan 2022 • Washington DC, United States
Event listing ID:
1083040
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241st AAS Meeting — 141th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2023 - 12 Jan 2023 • Seattle, WA, United States
Event listing ID:
1083169
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245th AAS Meeting — 245th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
12 Jan 2025 - 16 Jan 2025 • National Harbor, MD , United States
Event listing ID:
1083179


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