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1
Reconstructing the Gravitational Hologram with Quantum Information
06 Jun 2022 - 15 Jul 2022 • GGI, Firenze, Italy
Organizer:
Galileo Galilei Institute
Abstract:
Maldacena’s 1997 discovery of gauge/gravity duality promised to provide a complete understanding of quantum effects in gravity, by relating gravitating quantum systems to conventional quantum field theories on fixed backgrounds. Although much has been learned, this initial promise has not been completely fulfilled, due to lingering questions associated with the basic dictionary describing the way observables are mapped between one description and the other. While the dictionary is under good control for observables near the boundary, and also at the level of perturbation theory about a classical bulk spacetime for observables further in, non-perturbative questions critical for a full resolution of the black hole information problem remain to be fully answered. 
 In the last few years, however, a number of developments arising from the application of quantum information theory to AdS/CFT seem to be indicating that it may now be possible to address some of these questions. This GGI workshop brings together experts and young researchers, in order to capitalize on these developments.
Event listing ID:
1467678
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γ-2022 — 7th Heidelberg International Symposium on High-Energy Gamma-ray Astronomy
04 Jul 2022 - 08 Jul 2022 • Barcelona, Spain
Abstract:
The 2020 edition had to be postponed due to the pandemic situation related to the COVID-19. We are now glad to announce that the Symposium will take place in 2022 and, for the first time, it will be held in Barcelona, hosted by the Institut de Ciències del Cosmos (ICCUB) of the University of Barcelona. It will closely follow the guidelines and structure of the previous Symposia, covering all major observational and theoretical aspects of the field with an emphasis on the high (GeV) and very high (TeV) energy intervals of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Topics:
Scientific topics will range from the origin of galactic and extragalactic cosmic rays to the physics and astrophysics of compact objects and their relativistic outflows (Pulsars, Microquasars, Blazars, GRBs), PWNe, SNRs, Star Forming Regions, Giant molecular clouds and Interstellar Medium, as well as extragalactic non-thermal objects like Starburst Galaxies, Radio Galaxies and Galaxy Clusters. Cosmological issues related to Dark Matter, Intergalactic radiation and magnetic fields, and topics relevant to fundamental physics will also be addressed.
Event listing ID:
1462811
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From galaxies to cosmology with deep spectroscopic surveys -- A tribute to Olivier Le Fèvre
04 Jul 2022 - 08 Jul 2022 • Marseille, France
Abstract:
For four decades, wide and deep spectroscopic surveys have been a major tool for extragalactic studies. From precursor surveys with a few hundred galaxies (such as the CFRS in the 1990s) to current projects aimed at collecting several million z>1 redshifts (such as Euclid, PFS), several generations of increasingly deep and massive spectroscopic surveys have revolutionised our understanding of the universe. They have enabled detailed studies, on statistically significant samples, of galaxy evolution processes such as star formation, mass assembly, merging and interaction with the environment in a cosmological context. Advances in instrumentation have pushed observational limits, now allowing us to probe the epoch of reionization with unprecedented large samples of objects. With the current generation of large spectroscopic surveys about to begin, we are now entering the era of precision cosmology. These surveys will profoundly improve our understanding of dark matter, dark energy and of the detailed physics of galaxies in relation to their local (circumgalactic) and large-scale intergalactic environments. Olivier Le Fèvre has pioneered, led and tirelessly promoted several of the largest spectroscopic surveys to date. He has been at the forefront of these scientific topics for decades. This conference is a tribute to his legacy.
Event listing ID:
1462856
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21st String Phenomenology 2022
04 Jul 2022 - 08 Jul 2022 • Liverpool , United Kingdom
Abstract:
The 21st instalment of the String Phenomenology conference will be hosted at the Univeristy of Liverpool. This annual conference discusses recent progress in compactifications of string theory and their relation to particle physics and cosmology.
Event listing ID:
1467658
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TASC6/KASC13 Workshop
11 Jul 2022 - 15 Jul 2022 • Leuven, Belgium
Organizer:
Asteroseismology in the Era of Surveys from Space and the Ground: Stars, Planets, and the Milky Way
Abstract:
Asteroseismology is a young and rapidly developing field in stellar astrophysics. It enables efficient probes of stellar interiors and provides critical input to many fields in contemporary astrophysics. Being very sensitive to the total time span and precision of individual stellar brightness measurements, observational asteroseismology has experienced significant boosts with the launch of space-missions such as CoRoT, Kepler/K2, and TESS. The interior macro- and micro-physics are being probed with unprecedented precision for isolated stars, as well as small- to intermediate-sized stellar populations across the entire HR-diagram. Powerful synergies between asteroseismology and fields such as binary stars, exoplanets, clusters, galactic archeology, are emerging fast. In this joint 6th/13th in a series of TASC/KASC workshops, we aim to put asteroseismology in a wider context, reaching out to other fields in astrophysics, focusing on the above synergies with specific attention to joint exploitation of large-scale space- and ground-based surveys. We will celebrate the 10th anniversary of “Kepler Asteroseismology in Action” started during KASC3 at Aarhus University, where Kepler asteroseismology was put into practice for the first time, opening a new horizon for observational asteroseismology as we know it today. KASC6/TASC13 will highlight the first results emerging from the full-sky, double-hemisphere TESS data exploration, in synergy with other and complementary large-scale surveys. The TASC6/KASC13 workshop will take place from 11-15 July 2022 at KU Leuven, Belgium - one of the most active asteroseismic centres in Europe - and the scientific programme covers a broad range of research topics.
Event listing ID:
1416191
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NAM 2022 — UK National Astronomy Meeting 2022
11 Jul 2022 - 15 Jul 2022 • Coventry, United Kingdom
Organizer:
The Royal Astronomical Society, and the University of Warwick, Department of Physics
Abstract:
The Royal Astronomical Society is proud to present the next National Astronomy Meeting, NAM 2022, to be hosted by the University of Warwick from Monday 11th July to Friday 15th July, 2022. The format (in-person vs online vs hybrid) will be announced before registration opens. The conference will bring together members of the UK’s astronomy/astrophysics, UK Solar Physics (UKSP), and Magnetosphere Ionosphere and Solar-Terrestrial (MIST) communities, and will present a wide-reaching programme to reflect the diversity and interests of these communities.
Contact:
Email: nam2022@warwick.ac.uk
Event listing ID:
1445577
Event website:
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UK National Astronomy Meeting 2022
11 Jul 2022 - 15 Jul 2022 • University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Organizer:
The Royal Astronomical Society
Event listing ID:
1462898
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PNS - 2022 — Physics of Neutron Stars
11 Jul 2022 - 15 Jul 2022 • Saint Petersburg, Russia
Organizer:
Department of Theoretical Astrophysics, Ioffe Institute
Abstract:
This will be the 12th Neutron Star meeting in Saint Petersburg starting from the first gathering in 1988. The conference will cover all major topics of observations and theory of neutron stars, particularly, isolated neutron stars, magnetars, radio pulsars, fast radio bursts, classical accreting X-ray pulsars, transitional millisecond pulsars, ultra-luminous X-ray pulsars, pulsar emission mechanisms, evolution of neutron stars, origin and evolution of their magnetic fields, equation of state and structure, mechanisms of supernova explosions and evolution of supernova remnants, gamma-ray observations of pulsars, X-ray polarimetry, neutron star mergers and gravitational-wave astronomy.
Contact:
Email: ns2022spb@gmail.com
Event listing ID:
1456959
9
COSPAR2022 B1.3 "Astrochemistry and Composition as Ariadne's Threads for Planet Formation"
16 Jul 2022 - 24 Jul 2022 • Hybrid from Athens, Greece
Abstract:
Understanding how planetary systems form is becoming an increasingly interdisciplinary field of study that is approaching the limits of insight being gained from individual disciplines. The composition of planetary bodies and the astrochemical processes that shape it represent the common thread helping us to navigate the multifaceted problem of planetary formation. Future studies will become even more interdependent and will require combining the information supplied by meteorites and polluted white dwarfs, the interstellar medium and protoplanetary disks, comets and asteroids, planetary surfaces and exoplanetary atmospheres, and more. This event aims to offer an interdisciplinary venue to bring together researchers studying the Solar System, exoplanets, star formation, protoplanetary disks, main sequence and evolved stars to combine the insights provided by their theoretical and experimental perspectives, as well as by observations from ground-based and space-borne facilities.
Event listing ID:
1462886
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Cosmology School: Introduction to cosmology
16 Jul 2022 - 31 Jul 2022 • Cracow, Poland
Organizer:
Astronomical Observatory of the Jagiellonian University
Abstract:
Cosmology School is addressed to young astronomers and physicists interested in observational cosmology. It involves lectures, workshops and student sessions. The lectures will cover such topics as: large-scale structure of the Universe, dark matter and dark energy, cosmic web, galaxy formation and evolution, galaxy surveys and astronomical observations, computer simulations, gravitational waves and multi-messenger astronomy. During the workshops, the participants will have the opportunity to get a practical knowledge of: numerical simulations, SED fitting, VO tools, TOPCAT and Aladin, ADQL, VO in cosmology. The School is intended for undergraduate, MSc and PhD students, as well as young postdoctoral researchers.
Contact:
Local Organizing Committee;     Email: cosmoschool2022@oa.uj.edu.pl
Topics:
large-scale structure, dark matter, dark energy, cosmic web, galaxy formation and evolution, galaxy surveys, computer simulations, gravitational waves, multi-messenger astronomy, SED fitting, VO tools, TOPCAT, Aladin, ADQL, cosmology, active galaxies, agn, astrophysics
Event listing ID:
1478692
11
SPIE AS22 — SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation 2022
17 Jul 2022 - 22 Jul 2022 • Montreal, Canada
Organizer:
SPIE - The International Society for Optics and Photonics
Abstract:
SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation is the most prestigious event for developers of ground-based, airborne, and space-based telescopes, the supporting technologies, and the latest instrumentation. Taking place every two years, the 2022 conference will be held in Montréal, Québec, Canada. No other draws the number of elite researchers, innovators, and companies, whose collective efforts push the frontiers of space and enable the building and maintaining of the important telescopes of the world.
Contact:
Customer Service;     Phone: [+1 360 676 3290];     Email: customerservice@spie.org
Topics:
Err:509
Event listing ID:
1457426
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2022 Sagan Summer Workshop — Exoplanet Science in the Gaia Era
25 Jul 2022 - 29 Jul 2022 • California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA - hybrid, United States
Organizer:
Hosted by The NASA Exoplanet Science Institute, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Abstract:
The 2022 Sagan Summer Workshop will focus on the topic of exoplanet science in the Gaia era. The ESA Gaia mission has been mapping the Galaxy for over seven years, measuring very accurate positions and motions of over 1 billion stars. It has already greatly contributed to exoplanet science through the determination of more accurate stellar parameters, which in turn improve planet parameters, the detection of stellar companions, and the identification and characterization of young moving groups. In the near future, the unprecedented astrometric accuracy will result in the discovery of new exoplanets, as well as the characterization of known planets. The workshop will introduce the basics of astrometry, the impact of Gaia astrometry on astrophysics, and the astrometric detection and characterization of exoplanets. The synergy between the different planet detection techniques of astrometry, transits, radial velocities, and imaging will be discussed, as well as future advances in astrometry.

The Sagan Summer Workshops are aimed at advanced undergraduates, grad students, and postdocs, however all are welcome to attend. There is no registration fee for these workshops and the registration link will be available in February 2022.

Event listing ID:
1462874
13
CSQCD IX — From RHIC to Astrophysics, probing the Quark-Gluon Plasma
01 Aug 2022 - 05 Aug 2022 • Banff, Canada
Organizer:
University of Calgary
Abstract:
CSQCD has brought together, for over 20 years, QCD physicists (working on phases of quark matter) and astrophysicists working on compact stars. Over the last two decades, the two communities learned from each other and collaborated on novel theoretical and experimental avenues to explore the QCD phase diagram. The Banff meeting will focus on recent explorations of the quark-gluon phase using colliders (e.g. RHIC and LHC) and on the renewed interest in neutron and quark matter in astrophysics, particularly in the gravitational wave era.4
Topics:
Quark-Gluon plasma, compact stars, hadron-to-quark transition, explosive astrophysics, Equation-of-state of dense quark matter
Event listing ID:
1469474
14
UV Insights to Massive Stars and Young Stellar Clusters
01 Aug 2022 - 19 Aug 2022 • Busan, South Korea
Event listing ID:
1409269
Event website:
15
31st International Astronomical Union General Assembly
02 Aug 2022 - 11 Aug 2022 • Busan, South Korea
Organizer:
Korean Astronomical Society
Event listing ID:
1482768
16
IAU Symposium 370 — Winds of stars and exoplanets
08 Aug 2022 - 11 Aug 2022 • Busan, South Korea
Abstract:
Winds form an integral part of astronomy - from regulating rotation of stars through enriching galaxies with fresh materials, winds persist during the entire lives of stars and play a key role in shaping the observed exoplanet demographics. In order to gain insight in the physics and the modelling tools used by different communities, we wish to bring together researchers working on winds of close-in exoplanets (atmospheric escape), winds of low- and high-mass stars and the solar wind in a symposium dedicated to "winds". This will foster communication between these different communities and drive advances in the field.
Event listing ID:
1462850
17
TESS 2022 Meeting — Triennial Earth-Sun Summit
08 Aug 2022 - 12 Aug 2022 • Bellevue, WA, United States
Organizer:
The Triennial Earth-Sun Summit is a joint meeting of the AAS Solar Physics Division and the Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of the American Geophysical Union.
Abstract:
TESS welcomes participation by the entire Heliophysics community, including all four traditional sub-disciplines devoted to studies of the Sun, Heliosphere, Magnetosphere, and Ionosphere-Thermosphere-Mesosphere. TESS not only promotes greater interaction and unity within Heliophysics, but also connections to astrophysics and planetary physics.
Event listing ID:
1416222
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IAU Symposium 373 — Resolving the Rise and Fall of Star Formation in Galaxies
09 Aug 2022 - 11 Aug 2022 • Busan, South Korea
Abstract submission deadline:
31 Mar 2022
Event listing ID:
1462959
19
Astrometry for 21st Century Astronomy - IAU General Assembly Focus Meeting
10 Aug 2022 - 11 Aug 2022 • Busan, South Korea
Event listing ID:
1462892
20
Stars, to mark the 80th birthday of Peter Eggleton
14 Aug 2022 - 20 Aug 2022 • Cambridge, United Kingdom
Organizer:
University of Cambridge, Institute of Astronomy
Abstract:
A century ago the theory of stellar evolution was in its infancy. Ideas abounded on the equation of state, the internal structure and the energy source. The next few decades saw consolidation with Saha' theory of ionization in 1920 leading to Payne's affirmation that the stars are predominantly hydrogen in 1925, Gamov's calculations of quantum mechanical tunnelling in 1925 leading ultimately to the nuclear fusion reactions we understand today. By fifty years ago we had acquired a good qualitative understanding of the physics of stars and the time was ripe for the first quantitative models of stars. It was around this time that Peter Eggleton arrived on the scene. His legacy lives on today in stellar evolution codes used throughout the world. Today the theory has matured. We can now examine the details, adding extra mixing processes, detailed nucleosynthesis and two or three dimensional effects. Complementing the theory observations are improving rapidly, asteroseismology reveals internal structure, Gaia's parallaxes give us unprecedented luminosity precision and sensitive mass spectrometric measurements of dust grains test the details of stellar structure, mixing, and nuclear reactions. The aim of this conference is to bring together international experts working in stellar evolution and observation to consolidate our current understanding and look to what is in store for the future.
Contact:
Email: stars2020@ast.cam.ac.uk
Topics:
Asteroseismology, Accurate luminosities, Nucleosynthesis including spectra and meteoritic abundances, Spectroscopy, Stellar winds, Rotation and magnetic fields, Extra mixing processes, Detailed physics including reaction rates and opacities, Binary and Multiple Stars
Abstract submission deadline:
14 Jul 2022
Event listing ID:
1492563
21
COSMO'22 — International Conference on Particle Physics and Cosmology 2022
22 Aug 2022 - 26 Aug 2022 • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Abstract:
The 25th annual International Conference on Particle Physics and Cosmology (COSMO'22) will be held at the Planetarium of Rio de Janeiro from 22 to 26 of August.
Contact:
Email: mquartin@if.ufrj.br
Abstract submission deadline:
27 May 2022
Event listing ID:
1478530
22
CERN Winter School on Supergravity, Strings and Gauge Theory
22 Aug 2022 - 26 Aug 2022 • CERN , Switzerland
Abstract:
The CERN Winter School on Supergravity, Strings and Gauge Theory is the continuation of the yearly training school of the former EC-RTN string network "Constituents, Fundamental Forces and Symmetries of the Universe". The school is supported and organized by the CERN Theory Department.
Topics:
The school will cover the following topics: Quantum gravity, supersymmetric black holes, gravitational waves, integrability, swampland vs. landscape conjectures.
Event listing ID:
1467616
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IMPRS Summer School 2022 - Astronomy, astrochemistry & the origin of life
22 Aug 2022 - 26 Aug 2022 • Heidelberg, Germany
Organizer:
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg
Abstract:
The Origin of Life on Earth is one of the most fascinating questions arising from the studies of our planet, and of the wider Universe. There are two main hypotheses describing the source of the organic compounds that could have served as the basis of abiogenesis: (1) the in situ synthesis of prebiotic molecules on the primitive Earth and (2) their formation in the Solar Nebula or in its parent molecular cloud, followed by their exogenous delivery onto Earth via asteroids, comets, and their smaller fragments.

The school will be devoted to the exogenous hypothesis leading to the origin of life. We will discuss how astronomy and theoretical and experimental astrochemistry act together to explore this hypothesis, and to go beyond our Solar System in the search for extraterrestrial life and other habitable planets.

Contact:
IMPRS Office;     Email: imprs-summerschool@mpia.de
Event listing ID:
1477528
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The 2nd Donglu Astrophysics Forum: Milky Way and Cosmology in the Era of Wide Field Surveys
31 Aug 2022 - 02 Sep 2022 • Kunming, Yunnan, China
Organizer:
South-Western Institute For Astronomy Research (SWIFAR), Yunnan University
Abstract:
The rapid advance of technology has opened up new windows of astronomical research, enabling one to survey the universe in an unprecedented way — wider, deeper and faster, revealing for example large numbers of rapidly evolving transients, including the counterparts of multi-messenger sources. While the huge amounts of multi-epoch and multi-band data yielded by such large sky-coverage surveys allow us to address a number of forefront problems, from stellar astrophysics, the structure and evolution of the Milky Way, to the large-scale structure of the universe, they also pose serious challenges to data reduction and analysis, from fast real-time image processing, high-precision astrometric and photometric calibration, to robust transient identification and classification. This conference aims to bring together experts from three communities: wide-field surveys, stellar astrophysics and Galactic structure and evolution, and cosmic transients and cosmology. Building on the current state of the art, we will review the recent progresses, discuss the forefront problems, and foster potential collaborations for future studies.

Venue: online

Contact:
Email: xer@ynu.edu.cn
Topics:
Wide field surveys, Cosmic transients, Stellar astrophysics, Galactic structure and evolution, online meeting
Event listing ID:
1492399
25
GMT CSM — Giant Magellan Telescope Community Science Meeting: Black Holes at All Scales
31 Aug 2022 - 02 Sep 2022 • Sedona, Arizona, United States
Organizer:
GMTO Corp.
Abstract:
Registration is open for Black Holes at All Scales!

This meeting is the 8th annual Community Science Meeting hosted by the Giant Magellan Telescope project and will take place August 31–September 2, 2022 at the Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock in Sedona, AZ.

The meeting is open to all with no registration fee. Partial travel reimbursement may be provided for graduate students and postdocs. The registration deadline is August 22, 2022, but there is a registration cap so don’t wait. Contributed talk abstracts are due by June 17.

This meeting has been designed to bring together a cross-disciplinary group on black hole research. Revolutionary strategies for studying Black Holes — from gravitational wave detection of merging black holes to imaging of event horizon scale regions. These discoveries have revolutionized the field while demonstrating how much remains to be learned about black hole demographics, formation and evolution, and interactions with their environment. This conference will focus on dynamics as a way to probe and learn about black holes across all mass scales, and topics will include the environment around Sgr A*, black hole mass measurements, demographics, rates for gravitational wave events, accretion disk dynamics around single and binary black holes, and tidal disruption events. Experts across this wide range of subfields will be brought together to canvass observational and theoretical progress, highlight key unanswered questions, and motivate future directions, particularly in the era of extremely large telescopes. The meeting program will encourage workshop-style discussion at a beautiful retreat in Sedona.

Contact:
Local Organizing Committee;     Email: bsitarski@gmto.org
Topics:
black holes, gravitational waves, event horizon, extremely large telescopes, dynamics, accretion disks, multiplicity
Abstract submission deadline:
17 Jun 2022
Event listing ID:
1488697
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Workshop in Cosmology: Challenges to ΛCDM
04 Sep 2022 - 07 Sep 2022 • Thessaloniki, Greece
Organizer:
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Cosmology group at the Department of Mechanics, Astronomy and Astrophysics
Abstract:
The aim of the workshop is to review the status of the standard ΛCDM paradigm, draw attention to open issues that may question its foundations and robustness, as well as discuss alternatives that could alleviate the tensions, and consider possible future perspectives.
Contact:
Phone: [+(30) 2310-999891];     Email: tsagas@astro.auth.gr
Topics:
cosmology workshop, conference Greece, conference Thessaloniki, challenges to ΛCDM, cosmology AUTH, alternatives to the standard model, theory and observations, gravitation and cosmology, data analysis and statistics, phenomenology-HEP, astrophysics
Event listing ID:
1487070
27
Virtual Conference on Gravitational Physics and Cosmology
04 Sep 2022 - 08 Sep 2022 • Online, Any Location (virtual event)
Organizer:
Egyptian Center for Theoretical Physics (ECTP)
Abstract:
We are witnessing a profound rapid change in our understanding of the phenomenon of Gravitation. We are exploring various implications of the general theory of relativity, and of its modified versions, in which gravitation is a consequence of the curvature of spacetime and also various investigations into the mathematical foundations of the general theory of relativity, the nature of spacetime, and the imprints of quantum mechanics. We have been commissioning sophisticated high energy experiments aiming at understanding the elementary particles that are the fundamental constituents of baryonic and leptonic matter and their underlying forces.
Contact:
Event Secretariat;     Phone: [+201002390604];     Email: a.tawfik@cern.ch
Topics:
High-Energy Physics (Theory, Experiment, Phenomenology, and Simulation), Astronomy (General Relativity, Quantum Gravity, Nature of Spacetime, Nature of Time, Gravity and Modified Gravity Theories, EM/GW Observations, Simulations, Singularities, Black holes, Early Universe, Ultra high-energy cosmic rays).
Abstract submission deadline:
31 Aug 2022
Event listing ID:
1482074
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PASTO2022 — Particle Acceleration in Astrophysical Objects
05 Sep 2022 - 07 Sep 2022 • Rome, Italy
Organizer:
Rome Astronomical Observatory - INAF
Abstract:
The workshop will bring together theoretical, phenomenological, and observational aspects of the acceleration processes in astrophysical objects. Our purpose is to build and consolidate a network of collaborators from complementary fields in Astrophysics and Astroparticle Physics, encouraging cross-topic exchange of ideas and expertise.
Contact:
Email: pasto2022_workshop@inaf.it
Topics:
Particle Acceleration, Cosmic-rays, Diffusive Shock Acceleration, Magnetic reconnection, Plasma physics, AGNs, GRBs, SNRs, Pulsars, Starbust galaxies
Event listing ID:
1484814
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OPAMME — Optical Astronomy in the Multi-Messenger Era
05 Sep 2022 - 08 Sep 2022 • Fascia (GE), Italy
Organizer:
University of Genova, Department of Physics
Abstract:
The school, organised by the Department of Physics of the University of Genova, Italy, within the ‘Dipartimenti di Eccellenza MIUR’ project, is primarily aimed at Ph.D students interested in optical astronomy. The lectures will cover: science with optical telescopes in the multi-messenger era, with examples from ongoing and future experiments and links to multi-disciplinary topics, hardware and software for optical telescopes, a practical hands-on session with a 80-cm robotic telescope, featuring joint observations with other telescopes throughout Italy. A flash-talk session, where all participants will have the chance to show their work, will also take place.
Contact:
Organizing Committee;     Email: astroschool@unige.it
Topics:
optical astronomy, telescopes
Event listing ID:
1479093
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NPA-X — Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics X
05 Sep 2022 - 09 Sep 2022 • CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
Organizer:
The conference series is supported by the Nuclear Physics Division of the European Physical Society. NPA-X is jointly organized by the n_TOF and ISOLDE Collaborations at CERN.
Abstract:
Every two years the Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics Conference brings together researchers from a multi-disciplinary community of experimental and theoretical nuclear physicists, astronomers, astrophysicists and cosmo-chemists to discuss the current challenges of these exciting and fast developing research fields.
Event listing ID:
1451834
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The Epoch of Galaxy Quenching
05 Sep 2022 - 09 Sep 2022 • Kavli Institute for Cosmology, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge
Abstract:
The goal of the conference is to bring together an international community of researchers in observational and theoretical astrophysics, to work towards a solution to one of the most important problems in modern extra-galactic astronomy: why do galaxies stop forming stars?
Event listing ID:
1462979
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RICAP 22 — Roma International Astroparticle Physics conference
06 Sep 2022 - 09 Sep 2022 • Rome, Italy
Organizer:
Physics Department, University "La Sapienza", Roma, Italy
Abstract:
The aim of the Conference will be to present and discuss some of the most relevant theoretical and experimental results in the field of high energy cosmic rays (gamma, neutrinos, charged cosmic rays). Special attention will be paid to the multi-messenger search for high energy cosmic rays sources, including gravitational wave searches. A special session will be dedicated to Dark Matter search. The Conference will give the opportunity to collect experimental results from presently operating experiments. Experiments in progress and future projects will be discussed, debating on the different features and on sensitivities. Particular relevance will be given to the discussion of the open questions in high energy Astroparticle Physics.
Contact:
Email: ricapsept2022@gmail.com
Topics:
multi-messenger, dark matter, astroparticle, gamma-ray, neutrinos
Event listing ID:
1492307
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The Local Bubble
06 Sep 2022 - 09 Sep 2022 • Évora, Portugal
Event listing ID:
1462912
34
Thinkshop 2022: High-resolution spectroscopy for exoplanet atmospheres and biomarkers
07 Sep 2022 - 09 Sep 2022 • Potsdam, Germany
Organizer:
Leibnitz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP)
Abstract:
The AIP aims to bring together the astrophysics community to discuss exoplanet atmospheres in high spectral resolution in its Thinkshop series. We therefore invite scientists to come to Potsdam to discuss the latest techniques for observations, their analysis, and the next-generation instruments in September 2022.
Contact:
Local Organizing Committee;     Email: lketzer@aip.de
Topics:
exoplanets, ANDES, ELT, transmission spectroscopy
Event listing ID:
1480719
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The VLA Sky Survey in the Multiwavelength Spotlight
07 Sep 2022 - 09 Sep 2022 • Hybrid - Socorro, NM, United States
Abstract:
The goal of this conference is to share a diverse range of scientific perspectives, both on the discoveries that VLASS can make in its own right, and on the advances that can come from the synergy of VLASS with other datasets. Opportunities for multiwavelength VLASS synergy include radio/mm observatories (e.g. ALMA) and surveys (e.g. EMU, Apertif), widefield imaging and spectroscopy (e.g. Roman, Euclid, DESI, PFS), multi-epoch surveys (e.g. ZTF, PanSTARRS, and LSST), and the high-energy domain (e.g. eROSITA).
Event listing ID:
1462988
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Sixth Spacetime Conference
12 Sep 2022 - 15 Sep 2022 • Varna, Bulgaria
Organizer:
Minkowski Institute
Contact:
Email: 2020conference@minkowskiinstitute.org
Topics:
Minkowski, spacetime, Einstein, relativity, gravitation
Event listing ID:
1492288
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Janfest 2022: Wheel of Star Formation — A conference dedicated to Prof. Jan Palouš
12 Sep 2022 - 16 Sep 2022 • Prague, Czech Republic
Abstract:
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we decided to postpone the Wheel of Star Formation conference that was originally planned to take place in Prague in September 2020.

The Physics of Galaxies research group is a part of the Galaxies and Planetary Systems department of the Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences. Our studies use our own observations spanning radio, millimetre and optical wavelengths from the VLA, Arecibo, ALMA and various ESO telescopes, complemented with existing archival data. We also perform numerical N-body and hydrodynamical simulations using the facilities of the Astronomical Institute and on supercomputers elsewhere.

Event listing ID:
1429211
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Texas@Prague — 31st Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics
12 Sep 2022 - 16 Sep 2022 • Prague, Czech Republic
Organizer:
Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Abstract:
Since 1978, the Texas Symposium has been one of the major meetings on Relativistic Astrophysics. Traditionally, it moves around the globe and takes place in different cities every 2 years. Bohemia (Czech Republic) has always had a rich cultural and intellectual history. In the context of physics, astronomy, and gravitation theory, Kepler, Doppler, Mach, and Einstein, among others, made their discoveries here. In 2022, this historic tradition will be complemented by a Texas Symposium coming to Prague, the country's capital. This is the event which has been postponed from the previous year and it will be held this year thanks to improved medical situation.
Contact:
Local Organizing Committee;     Email: loc@texas2021.org
Topics:
Gravity: Classical, Numerical, Quantum, Modified, Tests, Relativity: Black Holes, Neutron Stars, Accretion, Jets, Multimessenger: Cosmic Rays, Neutrinos, Gamma Rays, X Rays, Gravitational Waves, Cosmology: Cosmic Microwave Background, Reionization, Early Universe, Large Scale Structure, Dark Matter, Special Sessions: Event Horizon Telescope, GRAVITY, X-ray Polarimetry, James Webb Space Telescope.
Event listing ID:
1491656
Event website:
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What matter(s) around galaxies 2022: connecting the dots between the circumgalactic medium and the larger-scale environment
12 Sep 2022 - 16 Sep 2022 • Champoluc, Ayas Valley, Italy
Abstract:
This conference will bring together experts in the study of the CGM and galaxy environment both from an observational and a theoretical point of view. Through close interactions across these fields, we aim to understand how the major physical processes occurring inside galaxies, in the CGM, and within the large-scale environment intertwine to regulate the formation of cosmic structures across time.
Abstract submission deadline:
20 Mar 2022
Event listing ID:
1462910
40
PANCHROMATIC VIEW OF THE LIFE-CYCLE OF AGN
14 Sep 2022 - 16 Sep 2022 • Madrid, Spain
Organizer:
ESAC
Abstract:
In the last two decades, the unified models of active galactic nuclei (AGN) have been able to explain several of their observational properties. Whereas the simple orientation-based unification model works as a first-degree approximation, the reality is more complicated, and there is a host of different parameters at play. Statistical methods, aimed at simplifying multidimensional data, and in particular the so-called eigenvector 1 (EV1), have proven to be a useful tool in studying AGN grand unification. The position of a source on the EV1 is believed to be a combination of observational (mainly inclination) and physical properties, with the Eddington ratio acting as the main driver. However, different stages of AGN evolution can also appear as different classes of sources. Indeed, mounting evidence shows that the AGN life-cycle, that is, how AGN are born, how they grow, and how they interact with their closest environment, likely plays an essential role in this grand unification scenario. The main purpose of this workshop is to present the current status of the research on the life-cycle of active galactic nuclei, to discuss its future direction, and prepare for the advent of the new space- and ground-based observational facilities (e.g., JWST, Athena, ELT, Euclid).
Topics:
Narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies, early-stage AGN, intermittent activity, duty cycle of AGN, quasar main sequence, multifrequency observations
Abstract submission deadline:
24 Jul 2022
Event listing ID:
1494017
41
8th Conference of the Polish Society on Relativity
18 Sep 2022 - 23 Sep 2022 • Warsaw, Poland
Organizer:
Banach Center
Event listing ID:
1495302
42
G@P22 — Gravity @ Prague 2022 Summer School
19 Sep 2022 - 23 Sep 2022 • Prague, Czech Republic
Organizer:
CEICO, Instittue of Physics of the CAS and Faculty of Mathematics and Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
Abstract:
We are happy to announce GRAVITY@Prague 2022, our second summer school on the theme of gravity. The school is aimed at advanced graduate students and postdocs. The school is organised by CEICO, The Central European Institute for Cosmology and Fundamental Physics, at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague.
Contact:
Organising Committee;     Email: gravity-prague@fzu.cz
Topics:
gravity, black holes, holography, effective field theory, numerical relativity, astrophysics, cosmology
Event listing ID:
1487573
43
Charting the metallicity evolution history of the Universe
19 Sep 2022 - 23 Sep 2022 • Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge
Abstract:
A joint workshop organised by KICC, INAF-Arcetri, University of Florence and Scuola Normale Superiore Pisa to discuss the role of chemical abundances in shaping our understandings of galaxy evolution across the cosmic epochs.
Event listing ID:
1463008
44
CSS 2022 — Cosmology on Small Scales 2022: Dark Energy and the Local Hubble Expansion Problem
21 Sep 2022 - 24 Sep 2022 • Prague, Czech Republic
Organizer:
Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences
Abstract:
One hundred years ago, Russian mathematician and physicist Alexander A. Friedmann applied the system of Einstein equations to the hypersphere with a time varying radius. In this way, he obtained a nonlinear ordinary differential equation which is called the Friedmann equation after him and serves now as a cornerstone of the standard cosmological model. Unfortunately, it is well known that this model exhibits a number of paradoxes. The main goal of the CSS 2022 conference is to discuss whether and how the Friedmann equation can be applied at various spatial scales, from our local cosmic neighborhood up to the whole Universe; and if the existence of dark matter and dark energy are merely artifacts of excessive extrapolations. So, it is timely to gather specialists from various branches of astronomy and astrophysics to discuss these issues.
Contact:
Email: dumin@sai.msu.ru
Topics:
Conference topics: Mathematical aspects of the extrapolations used in cosmology, Arguments for and against dark energy, and revisiting the foundations of physics, Alternative models for dark matter and dark energy, A systematic discord in the value of the Hubble constant derived by different methods, Theoretical possibility and observational evidence for small-scale cosmological effects, Quantum effects on the early Universe and their observational imprints at the present time.
Abstract submission deadline:
30 Apr 2022
Event listing ID:
1463256
45
NuDM-2022 — International Conference on Neutrinos and Dark Matter
25 Sep 2022 - 28 Sep 2022 • Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
Organizer:
Letters in High Energy Physics (LHEP)
Abstract:
NuDM-2022 organized at Sharm El Sheik from 25 to 28 September 2022, like NDM-2020, aims to be a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas about particle physics phenomenology, astrophysical signatures, and experimental constraints related to neutrinos and dark matter, as well as their possible connections. The conference contributions will be published as a special issue of the LHEP.
Contact:
Phone: [+20 111 305 7743];     Email: NuDM-2022@andromedapublisher.com
Topics:
Models of Neutrinos masses and mixing Neutrino Physics and cosmology BSM and Heavy/Sterile neutrinos Neutrino oscillation experiments Neutrinoless double beta decay experiments New ideas on lepton number conservation WIMP phenomenology Freeze-in Dark matter Dark matter and its detections Dark matter searches at the LHC Dark matter and Modefied Gravity Neutrinos and Dark Energy Dark Matter and Dark Energy
Event listing ID:
1480076
46
PRE 9 — Planetary Radio Emissions 9
26 Sep 2022 - 28 Sep 2022 • Dublin, Ireland
Organizer:
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Abstract:
The 9th International Workshop on Planetary, Solar and Heliospheric Radio Emissions (PRE 9) deals with the most recent developments in the study of non-thermal radio emissions from the Sun, the radio planets, the heliosphere, and from extrasolar sources like exoplanets or brown dwarfs. Special emphasis is put on current and future spacecraft missions (Juno, Solar Orbiter, JUICE), but also new developments in ground-based radio telescopic observations (e.g. with LOFAR) will be matters of discussion.
Event listing ID:
1485083
Event website:
47
PUMA22 — Probing the Universe with Multmessenger Astrophysics
26 Sep 2022 - 30 Sep 2022 • Sestri Levante, Italy
Organizer:
University of Genova and INFN-Sezione di Genova
Abstract:
The conference is jointly organised by INFN-Sezione di Genova and the Department of Physics of the University of Genova. It aims at gathering an overview of the status and future prospects of astrophysics and cosmology with a multi-messenger approach. The conference will feature only plenary sessions that will deal with astrophysics with electromagnetic waves, astrophysics with gravitational waves, astroparticle physics and neutrino astrophysics, nuclear astrophysics, cosmology. The sessions and the talks will be organised according to astrophysical sources and phenomena: compact objects, neutron star mergers, supernovae, active galactic nuclei, CMB, ..... highlighting the current status of the knowledge and the benefit of a multi-messenger approach.
Topics:
multi-messenger astrophysics
Event listing ID:
1469321
48
YITP workshop — Quantum Extreme Universe From Quantum Information
26 Sep 2022 - 30 Sep 2022 • Kyoto, Japan
Organizer:
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
Event listing ID:
1486455
49
Mathematical Relativity, Scalar Curvature and Synthetic Lorentzian Geometry
03 Oct 2022 - 07 Oct 2022 • The Fields Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Organizer:
The Fields Institute
Abstract:
The synthetic approach towards understanding Ricci curvature in the Riemannian setting has lead to groundbreaking results over the past quarter century. Recent advances towards developing a synthetic version of sectional and Ricci curvature in the Lorentzian setting and of Scalar curvature in the Riemannian setting is highly promising and should lead to deeper understanding of Einstein's theory of gravity. Identifying the relevant notions of convergence for spacetimes is another topic of current interest encompassed by this workshop.
Event listing ID:
1461176
Related subject(s):
50
From Clouds to Planets II: The Astrochemical Link
03 Oct 2022 - 07 Oct 2022 • Harnack Haus, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
During the conference, we will make a journey through space and time, starting from interstellar clouds and then moving to cloud filaments and dense cores on the verge of star formation, to protostars and their embedded disks, to planet-forming disks to exoplanet and finally landing in our Solar System, while delving into laboratory facilities and theoretical calculations and simulations. Each evening, before dinner, there will be a general talk on each topic of the conference (the “aperitive talk”), to allow all communities to understand better the “big picture” and to facilitate finding links across disciplines, which always provide fertile ground in our journey towards understanding our astrochemical origins.

Students and young researchers will be encouraged to attend and interact with all participants, to present their work and broaden their horizons. Some financial help will be available for them upon request.

Abstract submission deadline:
27 May 2022
Event listing ID:
1462985
51
Fermi 2022 — Tenth International Fermi Symposium
09 Oct 2022 - 15 Oct 2022 • Johannesburg, South Africa
Abstract:
The two Fermi instruments have been surveying the high-energy sky since August 2008. The Large Area Telescope (LAT) has discovered more than a thousand new sources and many new source classes, bringing the importance of gamma-ray astrophysics to an ever-broadening community. The LAT catalog includes supernova remnants, pulsar wind nebulae, pulsars, binary systems, novae, several classes of active galaxies, starburst galaxies, normal galaxies, and a large number of unidentified sources. Continuous monitoring of the high-energy gamma-ray sky has uncovered numerous outbursts from a wide range of transients. Fermi LAT's study of diffuse gamma-ray emission in our galaxy revealed giant bubbles shining in gamma rays. The direct measurement of a harder-than-expected cosmic-ray electron spectrum may imply the presence of nearby cosmic-ray accelerators. LAT data have provided stringent constraints on new phenomena such as supersymmetric dark-matter annihilations as well as tests of fundamental physics. The Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) continues to be a prolific detector of gamma-ray transients: magnetars, solar flares, terrestrial gamma-ray flashes and gamma-ray bursts at keV to MeV energies, complementing the higher energy LAT observations of those sources in addition to providing valuable science return in their own right.
Abstract submission deadline:
31 Jul 2022
Event listing ID:
1478043
52
White Dwarfs as Probes of the Evolution of Planets, Stars, the Milky Way and the Expanding Universe
17 Oct 2022 - 16 Dec 2022 • Santa Barbara, California, United States
Abstract:
This program is motivated by the recent observational insights concerning white dwarfs as individuals and as a population, based on the astrometry from Gaia and large photometric (Kepler, TESS, ZTF, VeraRubin) and spectroscopic (SDSS-V, DESI, WEAVE, 4MOST) surveys. Some of the questions that these data, combined with improved input physics and white dwarf models, will answer are: How does crystallization affect white dwarf cooling? How good is our understanding of convection, overshoot, and mixing in general? How good are the predictions of the low-frequency gravitational wave foreground and thermonuclear supernovae rates (SN Ia, Iax, Ca transients)? What is the nature of the recently discovered stellar remnants of thermonuclear supernova and/or their donors? What are the architectures of planetary systems that survive the metamorphosis of their host stars into white dwarfs, and what is their ultimate fate?
Event listing ID:
1462940
53
The fundamental role of stellar multiplicity in stellar dynamics and evolution
31 Oct 2022 - 25 Nov 2022 • Garching bei München, Germany
Organizer:
MIAPP - Munich Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics an institute of the Excellence Cluster ORIGINS
Abstract:
Our meeting intends to create a dialogue between observers, modelers and theoreticians to share problems, ideas and methods around stellar multiplicity and interaction. This is only one side of the coin: even if for some research fields stellar multiplicity is a given and well embedded in methods, its importance is controversial in other fields, despite observational and/or theoretical evidence. Our meeting also aims at addressing these controversies by providing a stage for the latest arguments, and a constructive environment for dialogue and fostering scientific collaboration.
Event listing ID:
1463038
54
Exploring the Hot and Energetic Universe: the third scientific conference dedicated to the Athena X-ray Observatory
07 Nov 2022 - 10 Nov 2022 • Barcelona - hybrid, Spain
Abstract:
ESA has recently confirmed that the adoption of Athena is scheduled for February 2023, and the delivery date of the “Definition Study Report” (a.k.a. “The Red Book”) is set for December 2022. The conference will be the ideal environment to show that Athena will provide cutting-edge science in the 2030s, by itself and in synergy with the other facilities that will be available in that exciting period.
Topics:
The Athena Project in the Context of the ESA Science Programme, The Results of Phase B1 Activities for Athena, Scientific Activities in the Study Phase, The Athena Optics, The Athena X-ray Integral Field Unit, The Athena Wide Field Imager, International contributions, The Athena Background and other Athena Mission Performance (TOO, FoR..)
Event listing ID:
1463026
55
EDSU2022 — 4th World Summit on Exploring the Dark Side of the Universe
07 Nov 2022 - 11 Nov 2022 • Saint-Gilles Les-Bains, Saint-Paul, Réunion
Abstract:
EDSU2022 is one of the major venues of interaction between cosmologists and particle physicists.The main goal is to discuss progress and future directions related to outstanding issues, both in Cosmology and in Particle Physics. The successes and shortcomings of the Standard Cosmological model as well as the Standard Particle Physics model will be reviewed through the last astrophysical observations and accelerator experiment results. We hope that original ideas will emerge form the discussions between cosmologists, astrophysicists and particle physicists from experimental, observational and theoretical expertise.
Event listing ID:
1463069
56
Forming and Exploring Habitable Worlds
07 Nov 2022 - 13 Nov 2022 • Edinburgh , United Kingdom
Abstract:
The Meeting A Week of Exciting Talks and an Optional Retreat OPEN! Registration, abstract submission, and accommodation booking. The early bird registration and abstract submission deadline is at midnight UK-time on April 22nd! Those in-person participants requiring travel visas for which letters proving participation in the event should contact the Chair as soon as they are able. ​ Forming and Exploring Habitable Worlds is a multi-discipline four to five day international meeting taking place in Edinburgh, UK, in November 2022. This event is to accommodate up to 120 in-person delegates of all career stages based in a range of relevant employment sectors. A hybrid model is envisaged to be delivered so as to broaden participation by accommodating virtual attendance of additional delegates.
Event listing ID:
1482731
Related subject(s):
57
White Dwarfs from Physics to Astrophysics
14 Nov 2022 - 17 Nov 2022 • Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
UC Santa Barbara, 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:
1448532
58
FDEPS 2022 — Fluid Dynamics of superrotation phenomena observed in the atmospheres of slowly rotating planets
29 Nov 2022 - 02 Dec 2022 • Kansai, Japan
Organizer:
The Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS)
Event listing ID:
1490351
59
Bootstrapping Quantum Gravity
03 Jan 2023 - 24 Feb 2023 • Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
UC Santa Barbara, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics
Abstract:
The AdS/CFT Correspondence, an enduring cornerstone of theoretical physics, turns 25 in November 2022. An outstanding problem in AdS/CFT is to understand the origins of the correspondence in the most fundamental terms possible. Harnessing substantial progress over the last several years in nonperturbative quantum and conformal field theory, this program will develop a constructive approach to the emergence of bulk spacetime in AdS/CFT, rooted in the rigorous modern language of conformal field theory and the conformal bootstrap. By leveraging a new generation of techniques, the program aims to constrain gravitational observables and to sharpen our understanding of the principles governing the quantum gravity landscape. The program will extend the horizons of the conformal bootstrap itself, by applying existing techniques to new holographic observables and by drawing lessons from non-bootstrap approaches.
Event listing ID:
1486434
60
241st AAS Meeting — 141th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2023 - 12 Jan 2023 • Seattle, WA, United States
Event listing ID:
1083070
61
Quantum Gravity and Random Geometry
16 Jan 2023 - 20 Jan 2023 • Paris, France
Organizer:
Institut Henri Poincaré
Abstract:
This workshop is part of the thematic six-weeks program "Quantum gravity, random geometry and holography" held at Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris (program main page) The workshop will be devoted to quantum gravity approaches in two, three, and four dimensions, with an emphasis on the random geometry point of view. In the tradition of the conference series ``Quantum Gravity in Paris'', we aim at bringing together researchers working on various approaches to quantum gravity, fostering an open minded exchange of ideas and techniques, to be continued in the weeks after the workshop.
Event listing ID:
1486258
62
Gravity from algebra: modern field theory methods for holography
23 Jan 2023 - 26 Jan 2023 • Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
UC Santa Barbara, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP)
Abstract:
The last several years have seen rapid development of a new language for conformal field theory(CFT), including insights from the conformal bootstrap program. This conference will bring to bear the modern arsenal of conformal field theory on the foundations of holography and quantum gravity. A theme of the conference will be the extent to which consistency conditions on quantum gravity are inherited from those of CFT, and whether they naturally lead to string/M-theory. By bringing together scientists on both sides of holographic duality, we hope to explore these issues in a broad way.Topics to be covered include large N bootstrap and the structure of holographic CFTs dual to general relativity; CFT sum rules and gravitational effective field theory; aspects of supersymmetry in holography; low-dimensional holography, modularity and quantum chaos; black holes from strongly-coupled finite temperature physics; symmetry constraints on gravitational path integrals and AdS vacua; S-matrices, their relation to CFT correlators, and holography away from AdS.
Event listing ID:
1448553
Related subject(s):
63
The Co-evolution of the Cosmic Web and Galaxies across Cosmic Time
06 Feb 2023 - 09 Feb 2023 • Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
UC Santa Barbara, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP)
Abstract:
The cosmic web of the matter distribution in the universe provides the framework for the formation and evolution of galaxies and is fundamental to connect galactic properties to cosmology. This conference will address the effects of the cosmic web upon galaxies and vice versa. The aim is to create both a broad-brush and then, for some aspects, a more detailed, early to late time joint history of the web and galaxies. Indeed, the web reflects what the universe is on intermediate scales, which are informative, both in terms of cosmic evolution and quantity of data. It acts as a dynamically relevant intermediate-density bridge (easier to model) between cosmology and galaxies. It is also the source of all anisotropy, critical for angular momentum acquisition, which is the number two parameter in galaxy formation.
Event listing ID:
1448552
64
Galaxy Formation and Evolution in the Data Science Era
21 Mar 2023 - 24 Mar 2023 • Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
UC Santa Barbara, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP)
Abstract:
This conference aims to explore the application of data-driven tools to learn about galaxy formation physics. It endeavors to maximize the gain from astrostatistics, data science, and machine learning for the galaxy formation field as a whole, by emphasizing the translation of data-driven results to physical understanding. This conference will focus on a sharing of expertise in data exploration and analysis tools, and an open discussion of how these may teach us about the physics of galaxy formation and evolution.
Event listing ID:
1448573
65
242nd AAS Meeting — 242nd meeting of the American Astronomical Society
04 Jun 2023 - 08 Jun 2023 • Albuquerque, NM, United States
Abstract:
One of the central features of the AAS Summer and Winter Meetings is their plenary talks spanning the full breadth of astrophysics. Some plenaries are given by prize winners from the AAS and other organizations, while other speakers are selected by the AAS Vice Presidents. Most plenary talks present science content, but talks on the state of the profession, demographics, and societal issues of relevance to the astronomical community are also regularly scheduled.
Event listing ID:
1401280
66
Gordon Research Seminar — String Theory, Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics
29 Jul 2023 - 30 Jul 2023 • Lucca , Italy
67
Gordon Research Conference — String Theory, Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics
30 Jul 2023 - 04 Aug 2023 • Lucca , Italy
68
Long-term Workshop 2023 — Quantum Information, Quantum Matter and Quantum Gravity
04 Sep 2023 - 06 Oct 2023 • YITP, Kyoto, Japan
Organizer:
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
Event listing ID:
1467629
69
TESS 2024 Meeting — Triennial Earth-Sun Summit (TESS) 2022
07 Apr 2024 - 12 Apr 2024 • Dallas TX, United States
Abstract:
TESS welcomes participation by the entire Heliophysics community, including all four traditional sub-disciplines devoted to studies of the Sun, Heliosphere, Magnetosphere, and Ionosphere-Thermosphere-Mesosphere.
Topics:
The Triennial Earth-Sun Summit is a joint meeting of the AAS Solar Physics Division and the Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of the American Geophysical Union.
Event listing ID:
1482970
Related subject(s):
70
245th AAS Meeting — 245th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
12 Jan 2025 - 16 Jan 2025 • National Harbor, MD , United States
Event listing ID:
1083168
71
247th AAS Meeting — 247th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
04 Jan 2026 - 08 Jan 2026 • Phoenix, AZ, United States
Abstract:
One of the central features of the AAS Summer and Winter Meetings is their plenary talks spanning the full breadth of astrophysics. Some plenaries are given by prize winners from the AAS and other organizations, while other speakers are selected by the AAS Vice Presidents. Most plenary talks present science content, but talks on the state of the profession, demographics, and societal issues of relevance to the astronomical community are also regularly scheduled.
Event listing ID:
1401272


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