Conferences and Meetings on Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology

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The 1st Malaysian VLBI Workshop
11 Nov 2019 - 14 Nov 2019 • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Abstract:
As well as exposing participants to VLBI technique and analysis, this workshop also provides an excellent opportunity to identify core items, discuss about the role of Malaysia and future directions in the VLBI community, build up new collaborations among East Asia and worldwide astronomers, and increase the VLBI activities in the region. The format of the workshop will include not only reports but also a series of lectures and several special sessions for discussion and hands-off.
Contact:
Phone: [+603-79674299];     Email: algaba@um.edu.my
Topics:
Astronomy, Astrophysics, Radio Astronomy, Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI)
Event listing ID:
1267399
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APPC14 — 14th Asia-Pacific Physics Conference
17 Nov 2019 - 22 Nov 2019 • Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Organizer:
Institut Fizik Malaysia (Malaysian Institute of Physics)
Abstract:
The Institut Fizik Malaysia (Malaysian Institute of Physics) is the local host of the 14th Asia-Pacific Physics Conference (APPC14) in November 2019. This is the 14th in the series of APPC organized by the AAPPS. For the 1st time this is organized together with the divisions of Plasma Physics (DPP), Astrophysics, Cosmology and Gravity (DACG), Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) and other divisions . The Conference is organized in cooperation with various Physics Departments in Malaysia. The scientific objective of the Conference is to provide a forum for interaction involving world-renowned researchers as to stimulate and enhance interest in Physics around the Asia Pacific region.
Event listing ID:
1233238
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The Art of Measuring Galaxy Physical Properties
18 Nov 2019 • Milan, Italy
Event listing ID:
1227073
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Lithium2019 — Lithium in the Universe: To Be or not to Be?
18 Nov 2019 - 22 Nov 2019 • Observatory of Rome, Italy
Event listing ID:
1250431
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XXXI Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics: Computational Fluid Dynamics in Astrophysics
19 Nov 2019 • La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain
Event listing ID:
1233441
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1st International Conference on Modeling, Machine Learning and Astronomy
21 Nov 2019 • Bangalore, India
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ASTRAC — Les Pulsars. Phares célestes dans l'Univers.
22 Nov 2019 • Morges, Switzerland
Organizer:
ASTRAC (Astronomes Amateurs de la Côte)
Abstract:
Conférence par le Dr. Pierre Dubath de l'observatoire de Genève. Astronomie.
Contact:
Email: info@astrac.ch
Topics:
astronomie, pulsars, dubath, observatoire de geneve, marcelin, morges
Event listing ID:
1279600
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PLANET FORMATION WORKSHOP 2019
25 Nov 2019 • NAOJ Mitaka Campus, Tokyo, Japan
Event listing ID:
1241940
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PARC — PHYSICS and ASTROPHYSICS of COSMIC RAYS
25 Nov 2019 - 30 Nov 2019 • Saint Michel l'Observatoire, France
Abstract:
The school offers a broad training program including: - the theoretical aspects of the acceleration and propagation of non-thermal particles, - direct and indirect measurements of cosmic rays, - the role of cosmic rays in astrophysics and its place in multi-messenger astronomy and the understanding of dark matter, - two practical sessions on propagation models and their comparison to direct measurements, and data analysis with the future Cherenkov Telescope Array.

The school is aimed primarily at students and young researchers wishing to build or perfect their knowledge of cosmic rays. Financial support is available for PhD students and CNRS staff can benefit from a support for the stay.

Contact:
Phone: [+33 4 91269519];     Email: triay@cpt.univ-mrs.fr
Topics:
Physics of acceleration and transport — Direct measures — Indirect measures — Cosmic rays and interstellar medium — Cosmic rays and dark matter
Event listing ID:
1270337
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APCTP School/Workshop on Gravitational-Wave Cosmology
30 Nov 2019 • Taipei, Taiwan
Event listing ID:
1241983
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APCTP School/Workshop on Gravitational-Wave Cosmology
30 Nov 2019 - 04 Dec 2019 • Taipei, Taiwan
Abstract:
The school/workshop is an event of the APCTP cooperative external activity program. The main purpose is to provide a good opportunity for young scientists, master and PhD students coming from universities and institutes in the Asia-Pacific region to develop regional exchange activities, mutual understanding and cooperation, as well as stimulate scientific training and education.
Contact:
Phone: [886-2-27898386];     Email: samcy@phys.sinica.edu.tw
Event listing ID:
1242977
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ESAC Data Analysis and Statistics (EDAS) workshop 2019
02 Dec 2019 • Madrid, Spain
Event listing ID:
1242004
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TeVPA 2019 — TeV Particle Astrophysics 2019
02 Dec 2019 - 06 Dec 2019 • Sydney, Australia
Abstract:
The 2019 TeV Particle Astrophysics conference (TeVPA 2019) will be hosted by the University of Sydney from December 2 to December 6, 2019, at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub, located on the University's Camperdown Campus. TeVPA 2019 aims to bring together leading scientists in the field to discuss the latest results and ideas, and prospects for progress in Astroparticle Physics. The conference will feature invited plenary talks covering the topics of recent interest. A number of parallel and poster sessions will provide an opportunity for junior scientists to present their work.
Contact:
Email: tevpa.conference@sydney.edu.au
Topics:
cosmic rays, cosmology, dark matter, extragalactic sources, galactic sources, gravitational waves and followup, neutrinos, particle physics.
Event listing ID:
1248057
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Universality: Turbulence Across Vast Scales
02 Dec 2019 - 06 Dec 2019 • New York, NY, United States
Abstract:
The goal of the workshop is to bring together experts in turbulence from the perspectives of astrophysics, plasma physics, biology, mathematics, atmospheric sciences, and experimental design. We would like to promote an exchange of ideas, tools, and knowledge between different fields working on the still unsolved turbulence problem. The conference will include a mix of talks/lectures along with breakout sessions and discussion time.
Event listing ID:
1275194
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MMWW2019 — Multimessenger Winter Workshop @ Prague
04 Dec 2019 - 07 Dec 2019 • Prague, Czech Republic
Abstract:
The aim of this workshop is to bring together theorists and observers working on the broad topic of multi-messenger astronomy and astrophysics. The focus will be on how to best access and test fundamental physics by observing compact objects, taking advantage of current and future data. The workshop will connect experts from disjoint but related fields and the format will provide ample time for informal interaction and discussion.The list of topics includes compact objects in General Relativity and beyond, gravitational waves obsevations and theory, pulsar timing, accretion physics, and multimessenger tests of fundamental physics and cosmology, from both data and theory perspectives. The workshop is by invitation only.
Contact:
Email: federico.urban@fzu.cz
Topics:
Multimessenger astronomy, gravitational waves, high-energy neutrinos, UHECR, pulsar timing, accretion physics, fundamental physics, cosmology
Event listing ID:
1279432
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The next generation of analogue gravity experiments
09 Dec 2019 - 10 Dec 2019 • London, United Kingdom
Organizer:
The Royal Society
Abstract:
Scientific discussion meeting organised by Dr Maxime Jacquet, Dr Silke Weinfurtner and Dr Friedrich König. The discussion meeting brings together scientists who reproduce effects of the interplay between general relativity and quantum physics in the laboratory. From the foundational ideas of the research programme to its latest experimental breakthroughs and their philosophical implications, participants will discuss the present state of the field and possible routes to the future. This meeting is free to attend but advance registration is essential.
Contact:
Scientific Programmes Team;     Phone: [02074512500];     Email: scientific.meetings@royalsociety.org
Topics:
general relativity, quantum physics, spacetime, event horizon, classical gravity, Hawking Radiation
Event listing ID:
1277121
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Science at Low Frequencies VI
09 Dec 2019 - 11 Dec 2019 • Tempe,Arizona, United States
Organizer:
Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, USA
Event listing ID:
1257502
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CoSyne — Cosmological Synergies in the upcoming decade
09 Dec 2019 - 12 Dec 2019 • Paris, France
Abstract:
The coming decade of astrophysics and cosmology will be driven by a large number of missions which will explore the cosmos observing the sky through e.g. electromagnetic waves, cosmic and gamma rays, gravitational waves and neutrinos. This will make possible a multi-messenger approach, capitalizing on multiple probes that capture phenomena of the Universe in different observational channels over a large range of redshifts and will open the opportunity to study the synergies between different experiments.

The conference will bring researchers working on theoretical aspects, statistical methods and observational cosmology and will discuss the new directions of fundamental physics and cosmological mysteries which can be addressed from these multi-messenger multi-frequency probes. Along with probing the fundamental aspect of gravity, nature of dark energy, properties of dark matter, primordial gravitational waves, neutrino masses and hierarchy, next-generation missions will also be powerful probes to learn about the astrophysical aspects such as the population of black holes, properties of first stars, reionization history of the Universe, galaxy evolution and the interplay between cosmological and astrophysical effects. The meeting will also discuss future statistical tools and machine learning techniques which will be required to make robust measurements from the data which will be available from the upcoming missions on astrophysical gravitational waves, cosmic microwave background, large scale structure, line intensity mapping, supernovae and many others.

Topics:
Cosmic microwave background, gravitational waves, large scale structure, line intensity mapping, standard candles.
Event listing ID:
1268742
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XIII Tonale Winter School on Cosmology
09 Dec 2019 - 13 Dec 2019 • Tonale, Italy
Abstract:
The School will cover topics relevant to theoretical and observational cosmology. The aim is to bring together observation and theory: "Theory for Observers & Observations for Theorists". The School is addressed to advanced masters students, graduate students enrolled in a PhD program, and postdocs. The School takes place in the ski resort Passo del Tonale (Italy) 9-13 December 2019. A limited amount of financial help to attend the School is available (see registration page).
Topics:
Neutrino Cosmology, Non-linear perturbation theory, Testing dark energy with current and future observations, CMB polarisation and spectral distortions.
Event listing ID:
1252917
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International Conference on Gravitation & Cosmology (ICGC)
10 Dec 2019 • IISER Mohali, India
Event listing ID:
1233548
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TEXAS 2019 — Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics
15 Dec 2019 - 20 Dec 2019 • Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Event listing ID:
1162804
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10th OPTICON Gaia Science Alerts Workshop
18 Dec 2019 • Catania, Sicily, Italy
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235th AAS Meeting — 235th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
05 Jan 2020 - 09 Jan 2020 • Honolulu, HI, United States
Event listing ID:
1083127
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TMEX-2020 — 16th Rencontres du Vietnam: Theory meeting experiment, Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology
05 Jan 2020 - 11 Jan 2020 • Quy Nhon, Vietnam
Abstract:
The 16th Rencontres du Vietnam conference, entitled "Theory meeting experiment: particle astrophysics and cosmology" (TMEX-2020), will be devoted to topics in the lively field of particle astrophysics and cosmology. The main topics will cover: - Dark matter - Gravitational waves - Gamma rays and cosmic rays - Neutrinos - Cosmology - Time domain and multi-messenger astronomy, - Future experiments and facilities. The conference will consist mainly of plenary sessions, with both review and contributed talks.
Contact:
Phone: [+33169082960];     Email: emmanuel.moulin@cea.fr
Event listing ID:
1279120
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Rocky Worlds: from the Solar System to Exoplanets
06 Jan 2020 • Cambridge, United Kingdom
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SWYA 5 — The 5th Scientific Writing School for Young Astronomers
06 Jan 2020 - 10 Jan 2020 • Kunming, China
Organizer:
EDP Sciences Publisher; Astronomy & Astrophysics; Yunnan Observatories
Abstract:
SWYA5 offers instruction on how to write scientific papers, as well as information regarding the meta-game of scientific publishing. More specifically, its mission is to improve the capabilities of its participants to write various forms of scientific papers (journals, proceedings, theses, etc.). The event is not a language learning class, nor does it offer technical training in typesetting and word processing. All young scientists are encouraged to apply, but due to our limited enrollment capacity, priority will be given to astronomers who are more likely to contribute more to the field as a result of taking these classes.
Contact:
Email: xuefeichen@ynao.ac.cn
Event listing ID:
1289969
Event website:
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NDM-2020 — International Conference on Neutrinos and Dark Matter
11 Jan 2020 - 14 Jan 2020 • Hurgada, Egypt
Abstract:
Non-vanishing neutrino masses and the existence of non-baryonic Dark Matter (DM) represent the only two firm observational evidences of new physics beyond the Standard Model (SM). Proposed neutrino species can also in principle constitute the bulk of the dark matter. They may moreover leave different signatures on astrophysical scales than the hitherto standard WIMP-based cold dark matter. As the parameter space for the latter is increasingly constrained experimentally, such alternates become more relevant, along with others such as the lately topical ultra-light axions.

The NDM-2020 aims to be a forum for the discussion and exchange of ideas regarding the particle phenomenology, astrophysical signatures and experimental constraints related to those two fundamental and actively studied issues in particle and astroparticle physics, namely neutrinos and dark matter, and their possible connections.

Contact:
The Center for Fundamental Physics (CFP), Zewail City of Science and Technology. cfp@zewailcity.edu.eg
Topics:
Neutrinos masses and mixing, Neutrinos and cosmology, Heavy neutrinos, Sterile neutrinos, Neutrino oscillation experiments, Neutrinoless double beta decay experiments, New ideas on lepton number conservation, WIMP phenomenology, Light DM, Direct detection of DM, Indirect detection of DM and DM searches at the LHC.
Event listing ID:
1270684
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Nordita Advanced Winter School on Theoretical Cosmology
13 Jan 2020 - 24 Jan 2020 • Stockholm, Sweden
Organizer:
Nordic Institute of Theoretical Physics (Nordita)
Abstract:
Nordita, the Nordic institute of Theoretical Physics in Stockholm, is arranging a Winter School on January 13 – 24, 2020. The theme for this year’s school is Theoretical Cosmology. The purpose of this winter school is to provide late PHD students and young postdocs with introductory and advanced courses in a range of the most important topics in the field of Theoretical Cosmology.
Contact:
Email: winterschool@nordita.org
Topics:
Theoretical Cosmology, Cosmology
Event listing ID:
1275038
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Tidal Disruptions in Kyoto: Confronting Theory with Observations
14 Jan 2020 - 16 Jan 2020 • Kyoto, Japan
Organizer:
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
Contact:
Event Organizers;     Email: tdekyoto2020@gmail.com
Topics:
Theory of the tidal disruption process, Multi-wavelength observations of tidal disruption events (TDEs), Relativistic jets, outflows, and non-thermal emissions in TDEs, General relativistic physics in TDEs, Multi-messenger science of TDEs, Theory, N-body simulations, and observational constraints on TDE rates, Tidal disruptions of white dwarfs by intermediate-mass black holes, Tidal disruptions of a star by supermassive black hole binaries, Future observations: ZTF/ASSSN/LSST/Einstein Probe/eROSITA
Event listing ID:
1287319
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1st Padova International School of Physics of the Universe: Multi Messenger Astrophysics
14 Jan 2020 - 23 Jan 2020 • Asiago, Italy
Organizer:
Department of Physics and Astronomy (DFA) of the University of Padova
Abstract:
This first edition focuses on Multi-Messenger Astrophysics. The past four years were marked by huge advancements in this field, with countless invaluable results such as the detection of first gravitational waves, also in correspondence with photons, as well as the simultaneous observation of photons with a 300 TeV neutrino from an active galaxy. The foundation of high energy astroparticle physics are shaken and new theoretical buildings are raised. This calls for additional focused experimental efforts, with careful planning of multi-wavelenght and multi-experiments coordinated observation, especially when pointing telescopes with limited field of view are involved. This school teaches the cosmology and particle physics background needed to seriouslyapproach multi-messenger astrophysics. It includes key lectures, plus a series of topical lectures and seminars. Exercises will be organized throughout the school on all topics. Hands-on will be organized on a selection of codes. The school will be closed with a final exam for self-evaluation.
Event listing ID:
1282703
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International Molecule-type Workshop: "Tidal Disruption Events: General Relativistic Transients"
14 Jan 2020 - 25 Jan 2020 • Kyoto, Japan
Organizer:
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
Abstract:
In this workshop, we invite young to established career scientists with demonstrated leadership in TDEs, aiming to foster collaboration on a global scale. We focus our attention on GR effects in TDE (hydro)dynamics with the goal of making predictive models that can be compared to existing and future TDE observations. From 1/14 to 1/16, we will also organize a three-day conference for discussing the interplay between TDE theory and observations, with additional key observational speakers.
Contact:
Event Organizers;     Email: tdekyoto2020@gmail.com
Topics:
Tidal Disruption Events, General Relativity, Supermassive/Intermediate-mass Black Holes, Multi-messenger Astronomy, Gravitational Waves
Event listing ID:
1287298
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International Conference on Observing The First Billion Years of the Universe Using Next Generation Telescopes
20 Jan 2020 - 24 Jan 2020 • Indore, India
Event listing ID:
1269404
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School on Observing The First Billion Years of the Universe Using Next Generation Telescopes
27 Jan 2020 - 31 Jan 2020 • Indore, India
Event listing ID:
1269447
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The Cosmic Web in the Local Universe
27 Jan 2020 - 31 Jan 2020 • Leiden, Netherlands
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2020 Sun-Climate Symposium
27 Jan 2020 - 31 Jan 2020 • Tucson, Arizona, United States
Abstract:
We are pleased to announce the 2020 Sun-Climate Symposium, which is sponsored by the Sun-Climate Research Center, a joint venture between NASA GSFC and LASP at the University of Colorado. The format for this symposium consists of invited and contributed oral and poster presentations in several themed sessions. We encourage your participation and hope that you will share this announcement with colleagues.
Event listing ID:
1214984
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MODEST 20: Dense Star Clusters in the Era of Large Surveys
02 Feb 2020 • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India
Event listing ID:
1233534
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APEX2020 — Science with the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment
02 Feb 2020 - 05 Feb 2020 • Ringberg Castle, Germany
Event listing ID:
1275245
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Inflationary Reheating Meets Particle Physics Frontier
03 Feb 2020 - 06 Feb 2020 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Abstract:
This conference will bring together experts in cosmology, particle physics, and fundamental theory to address how and when the universe thermalizes following inflation, and the associated particle physics and dark matter phenomenology. Important topics that will be covered include hidden sector model building in the LHC era, thermalization of the universe following inflation, possibilities of post-inflation cosmic history prior to nucleosynthesis, and associated experimental signatures. The conference aims to attract researchers in different areas to develop new directions in model building and establish new experimental paths for probing early universe cosmology and dark matter phenomenology.
Event listing ID:
1120621
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Kavli-IAU Workshop — International co-ordination of multi-messenger transient observations in the 2020s and beyond
03 Feb 2020 - 07 Feb 2020 • Cape Town, South Africa, South Africa
Abstract:
The objective of this workshop is to explore the challenges in making international multi-messenger collaborations function and to draft a white paper with recommended best practice. If this is to succeed it will require the active participation of the major projects and observatories around the world.
Event listing ID:
1249199
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Galaxy Quenching and Transformation throughout Cosmic Time
08 Feb 2020 - 13 Feb 2020 • Aspen, Colorado, United States
Event listing ID:
1275200
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RPC2020 — XV Workshop on Resistive Plate Chambers and related detectors
10 Feb 2020 - 14 Feb 2020 • Rome, Italy
Organizer:
University of Rome
Topics:
Resistive plate chambers ; RPC Front-End electronics ; RPC large systems ; RPC new materials and gases ; RPC ageing ; RPC space-time resolution
Event listing ID:
1282729
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Tackling the Complexities of Substellar Objects: From Brown Dwarfs to (exo-)Planets
10 Feb 2020 - 14 Feb 2020 • Leiden, Netherlands
Organizer:
Lorentz Center
Event listing ID:
1275265
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Magnetic Fields in the Universe 7
16 Feb 2020 • Quy Nhon, Vietnam
Event listing ID:
1233586
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AstroWin'20 — International Winter School on Astronomy 2020
16 Feb 2020 - 21 Feb 2020 • Hyderabad, India
Organizer:
Western University, Canada & BM Birla Science Centre, India
Abstract:
This is one of the largest astronomy winter schools in the region, and it seeks to promote the development of professional astronomers through this event, as well as broaden the appeal of science to local school students and the general public in the host city by organizing public lectures and discussions.

The organizers seek out up to a few select scientists to be primary lecturers at the school and also participate in content development. A series of secondary lecturers will also be invited, and the diversity of speakers are emphasized. Hands-on sessions will include theory, computation, and data analysis. Students will leave the school having replicated some of the analysis that went into recent discoveries of gravitational waves, interpreted observational data from stellar clusters, and ran a simple computer simulation of star formation. A visit and half-day mini-workshop at the TIFR National Balloon Facility, Hyderabad, where we will do some demonstration of scientific ballooning for astronomical observations along with two day exhaustive workshop on computational astrophysics and data mining.

Contact:
Organizing Committee;     Email: astrowin19@gmail.com
Topics:
astronomy, science, workshop, India, Canada, US, UK, Europe, Russia, UAE, Iran, Winter, astrophysics, computation, data, observation, cosmic rays, neutrino
Event listing ID:
1289907
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The 24th International Microlensing Conference
17 Feb 2020 - 19 Feb 2020 • Beijing, China
Organizer:
The meeting is co-organized by Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University (sponsored via PKING) and Department of Astronomy, Tsinghua University.
Abstract:
The conference will be held in honor of Andy Gould to recognize his seminal contributions to the field of microlensing. The meeting will cover all aspects of ongoing research of microlensing. It will also look forward to advancing the field in the upcoming decade by standing on nearly three decades of microlensing discoveries.
Event listing ID:
1287429
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Dynamical Reconstruction of Galaxies
17 Feb 2020 - 21 Feb 2020 • Leiden, Netherlands
Organizer:
Lorentz Center
Event listing ID:
1275275
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Cosmic Flows, Large-Scale Structure and Visualisation
17 Feb 2020 - 21 Feb 2020 • Stellenbosch & Cape Town, South Africa, South Africa
Abstract:
This international conference is part of a series of conferences that have been dedicated to the topic of Cosmic Flows over the last two decades: most recently 2012 in Queensland, Australia, 2013 in Marseille, France and 2016 in Quy Nhon, Vietnam.
Event listing ID:
1249185
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PERC International symposium on Dust & Parent bodies (IDP2020)
25 Feb 2020 - 27 Feb 2020 • Chiba Institute of Technology, Tokyo Skytree Town , Japan
Abstract:
To share state-of-the-art research on dust delivered to Earth and its parent bodies in a multidisciplinary approach of planetary science and astronomy in light of the DESTINY+ mission
Topics:
Flyby observations and related sciences, Onboard instruments with a special emphasis on cameras
Event listing ID:
1254012
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PLANETS2020 — Ground and space observatories: a joint venture to planetary sciences
02 Mar 2020 • Santiago , Chile
Event listing ID:
1241981
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NUSTAR Annual Meeting 2020
02 Mar 2020 - 06 Mar 2020 • GSI, Darmstadt, Germany
Topics:
NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array)
Event listing ID:
1228658
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The Shifting Paradigm of Stellar Convection from Mixing Length Concepts to Realistic Turbulence Modeling
02 Mar 2020 - 27 Mar 2020 • Stockholm, Sweden
Organizer:
Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics (Nordita)
Abstract:
Understanding stellar convection is of crucial importance to many fields of stellar astrophysics. For example, the generation and maintenance of differential rotation and large-scale magnetic fields in stars rely on turbulent convection. However, mounting evidence suggests that our understanding of stellar convection is much more incomplete than previously thought. We bring together experts in three-dimensional convection simulations, helio- and asteroseismology, and theoreticians working on replacing the mixing length concept to present the latest developments and to address open problems in the field.
Event listing ID:
1276826
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VICQG — VI Cosmology and the Quantum Vacuum
05 Mar 2020 - 08 Mar 2020 • Barcelona, Spain
Abstract:
The focus of this workshop will be on different aspects of modern theoretical cosmology, the challenges of the theory being consistent with experimental data, and the unavoidable connection of cosmological models with the quantum nature of the vacuum. A basic question in modern cosmology is: why we do not see vacuum fluctuations at cosmological scale? In addition, should the singularities of cosmological theories be treated as necessary ingredients of the classical theory or should them be considered as indicators of an underlying quantum theory, yet to be discovered? We aim to bring along to this workshop all the leading scientists working on those problems and discuss state of the art results on the above, strongly interdependent, areas of fundamental physics. The workshop will hence cover topics related to modified theories of gravity, theories of dark energy and inflation, the description of the universe’s evolution according to these theories and the incipient but compulsory modification of those within the theoretical frameworks of quantum gravity, including loop quantum cosmology, an elegant theory providing up to date a singularity free cosmological evolution. Describing and understanding the quantum vacuum is always a challenge to all these theories, as is also the comprehension of the main manifestation available of the quantum vacuum at nanometric scales, namely the Casimir effect (e.g., when confronted with van der Waals forces).
Contact:
Email: odintsov@ieec.uab.es
Topics:
Cosmological models ; Modified gravities ; f(R) theories ; Quantum Gravity ; Quantum vacuum and the Casimir Effect ; Mathematical physics techniques
Event listing ID:
1292588
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Cloud Academy II
08 Mar 2020 • Les Houches School of Physics, St-andrews, United Kingdom
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Star clusters and their role in the build-up of galaxies (Regional meeting).
09 Mar 2020 - 11 Mar 2020 • La Serena, Chile
Abstract:
As the cradle of many, and perhaps even most of the stars in the sky, star clusters hold an special place in modern astrophysics and they serve as testbeds for theories of star formation, stellar structure, stellar populations, stellar dynamics and much more, including theories of galaxy formation. The Chilean community has been gathering in small meetings on this topic in previous years and this meeting aims to continue the tradition with the goal to strengthen this area of research and encourage collaborations. This small conference is open to all astronomers working on star clusters and related fields, with special emphasis on those working in Chile. Our conference room will limit us to accept about 40 participants.
Event listing ID:
1282693
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EDSU2020 — 3rd World Summit on Exploring the Dark Side of the Universe
09 Mar 2020 - 13 Mar 2020 • Point a Pitre Guadeloupe Islands, French Antilles
Organizer:
Physique-Outremer Organization, University of Antilles and Linear Accelerator Laboratory IN2P3 CNRS Orsay France
Abstract:
This is the 3rd World Summit meeting, following the 2nd one (EDSU2018) organized in Guadeloupe Islands in June 2018 and the 1rst one organized in Galapagos Islands in June 2006. The main goal of this meeting 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.
Topics:
Cosmology, Dark Energy, Dark Matter, Neutrino, Gravity, Gravitational Waves, Multimessanger astronomy, Primordial Universe, Black Holes, Inflation, Cosmic Microwaves Background, Hubble Constant Tension
Event listing ID:
1274148
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The Physical Challenges of Astrostatistics
09 Mar 2020 - 13 Mar 2020 • Sesto Val Pusteria, Italy
Abstract:
Astrostatistics is developing fast as astronomy is confronted to huge volumes of data. This constitutes undoubtly a new era through a move from object- to data-driven astrophysics. We can distinguish two types of challenges: the first one is related to the exploration of the data space and the second one is the physical interpretation of the results of this exploration. Astrostatistics cannot be reduced to the technical issues brought by methods and algorithms required to analyse the data. Despite these tools are not part of the cursus of astronomers, things are changing rapidly through schools, training sessions, collaborations with experts (statisticians) as well as developments of specific tools adapted to astronomical data. The use of new techniques pervades the astronomical literature. To convince more and more astronomers to switch to this new approach to do science, it is important to demonstrate the relevance of astrostatistics results.
Contact:
Phone: [+39-049-8278233];     Email: mauro.donofrio@unipd.it
Event listing ID:
1271467
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MAXI 10 Year Workshop for the Time Domain Astronomy
10 Mar 2020 - 12 Mar 2020 • Tokyo, Japan
Organizer:
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Abstract:
We invite you to participate in the "MAXI 10-year workshop" to celebrate the decade of successful operation of MAXI, or Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image, an X-ray all-sky monitor onboard the Japanese Experiment Module of the International Space Station.
Event listing ID:
1287373
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The Interstellar Shocks School
22 Mar 2020 - 27 Mar 2020 • Les Houches, France
Organizer:
Physics school of Les Houches
Abstract:
The Interstellar Shocks School is a one-week session in the Physics school of Les Houches. Its goal is to provide a comprehensive view of the physics and chemistry of interstellar shocks and detailed presentation of the multiple impacts they have on their close environments (i.e. energetics, star formation, cosmic ray acceleration). The session will include lectures dedicated to the physical, thermal, and chemical processes at play in shocks, observations of shocks in galactic and extragalactic sources, as well as state-of-the-art models, and lab experiments. Those lectures will be completed with tutorial and hands-on sessions so that all participants can get familiar with publicly available codes simulating the propagation of interstellar shock waves.
Event listing ID:
1287449
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9th International Fermi Symposium
29 Mar 2020 • Johannesburg, Azerbaijan
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.
Event listing ID:
1210952
60
Globular Clusters at the Nexus of Star and Galaxy Formation
30 Mar 2020 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Event listing ID:
1137549
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Thermal infrared astronomy - past, present and future
30 Mar 2020 - 03 Apr 2020 • Garching, Munich, Germany
Organizer:
ESO Garching
Event listing ID:
1287393
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PHAROS Conference 2020: The multi messenger physics and astrophysics of neutron stars
30 Mar 2020 - 03 Apr 2020 • Patras, Greece
Event listing ID:
1269402
63
Where the Star Formation Ends
30 Mar 2020 - 03 Apr 2020 • Leiden, Netherlands
Organizer:
Lorentz Center
Event listing ID:
1275307
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Adaptive Optics Workshop Week
30 Mar 2020 - 03 Apr 2020 • Porto, Portugal
Organizer:
CENTRA, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)
Abstract:
By gathering a large range of experts in telescope instrumentation, we hope to cover topics ranging from computer-assisted design of astronomical adaptive-optics systems to the post-processing of their observations passing through the on-sky calibration and real-time performance optimisation. We are willing to get contributions pertaining both to the announced and planned 3rd generation instruments for the existing 10m-class telescopes (VLT, Keck, Subaru, Gemini, …) and the next generation of Giant Segmented Mirror Telescopes (ELT, TMT, GMT). Bench experiments and pathfinders are particularly welcome. Workshops are arguably the greatest venues for extended scientific and technical discussions between pairs. Following the very positive feedback of the AO community, the opportunity to hold back-to-back workshops on several inter-connected topics made for a unique, interdisciplinary format that was welcome by many participants.
Event listing ID:
1282672
65
Cosmic Cartography 2020 — Exploring the Cosmic Web and Large-Scale Structure
06 Apr 2020 - 10 Apr 2020 • Kashiwanoha, Japan
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (IPMU), University of Tokyo
Abstract:
Going into the 2020s, cosmic large scale structure will be mapped with increasing detail by the next generation of observational facilities operating at various wavelengths (radio, optical, infra-red) and exploiting various techniques. Meanwhile, theory and simulations are increasing in sophistication in their ability to describe large-scale structure. These advances could potentially allow greater constraints into cosmological parameters and theories of galaxy evolution. The goal of this meeting at the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (IPMU) is to bring together a diverse group of researchers working on the cosmic web, its various tracers, and their embedded galaxies from both observational and theoretical perspectives. T
Contact:
Event Organizers;     Email: cosmic2020@ipmu.jp
Topics:
Cosmology, Large-scale Structures, Cosmic Cartography, Cosmic Web, Observations
Event listing ID:
1276510
Event website:
66
Time-Domain Cosmology with Strong Gravitational Lensing
13 Apr 2020 - 15 Apr 2020 • Kashiwa, Japan
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU)
Abstract:
This workshop will focus on applications of strong gravitational lensing to do cosmology, particularly with time-domain observations. This would include time-delay lensed quasars to determine the Hubble constant, lensed supernovae from future surveys, microlensing to detect dark compact objects, the effects of substructure lensing, and lensed gravitational waves, among other topics.
Event listing ID:
1287392
67
Growing Black Holes: Accretion and Mergers
19 Apr 2020 • Kathmandu, Nepal
Event listing ID:
1241980
Event website:
68
ECLA2020 — European Conference on Laboratory Astrophysics ECLA 2020: Linking dust, ice and gas in space
19 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020 • Anacapri, Capri Island, Italy
Abstract:
The interplay between ubiquitous dust, ice and gas in space knits an interesting tale from collapsing interstellar clouds to the formation of new stars, planets, moons and comets. Along this path, the formation of complex organic molecules necessary to construct the building blocks of life brings us a step closer to the understanding of the evolution of life. The advancement in the understanding of these vast intricacies of space lies in the development of varied laboratory techniques and astrophysical modelling in close connection with space exploration and astronomical observations. We are living a very exciting time at the interplay between current and future missions/facilities. Return of extra-terrestrial samples is one of the drivers of these missions (e.g. Hayabusa 2, OSIRIS-Rex) together with a more and more detailed exploration of the Solar System planets, moons and other bodies (e.g. Martian rovers ExoMars and Mars 2020, BepiColumbo for Mercury, the future JUICE and Europa Clipper missions for Jupiter and its moon Europa). From the astronomical side, new perspectives arise from progress in high angular resolution observations from the optical/infrared (VLT and the coming JWST and ELT) to the sub-mm/mm range (ALMA, NOEMA) to the mid-radio frequencies (SKA) together with a better coverage of the electromagnetic spectrum (e.g. ATHENA for X-rays) and the discovery of new exo-worlds (e.g. PLATO, ARIEL). The ECLA 2020 conference will provide the opportunity for interdisciplinary exchanges between scientists active in different research fields, which range from astronomy to geology and from chemistry to instrumentation. These interactions will foster collaborations that will result in better scientific exploitation of missions/facilities in planetology and astronomy in relation with the major questions on our origins.
Contact:
Email: vito.mennella@inaf.it
Event listing ID:
1209703
69
THE LOCAL GROUP. Assembly and Evolution
20 Apr 2020 - 23 Apr 2020 • Baltimore, Maryland, United States
70
15th International Astronomical Consortium for High Energy Calibration (IACHEC) meeting
20 Apr 2020 - 23 Apr 2020 • Pembroke, VA, United States
Event listing ID:
1287413
Event website:
71
The Sharpest Eyes on the Sky: A 2020 vision for high angular resolution astronomy
20 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020 • Exeter, United Kingdom
Event listing ID:
1275294
72
The Accelerating Universe: The Physics and Astrophysics of Dark Energy and Gravitation
04 May 2020 - 29 May 2020 • Munich, Germany
Abstract:
As general structure for the programme, we aim at discussing probes of cosmic expansion, tests of structure growth and at understanding the implications of combining them. Different competing theoretical scenarios, both of the “modified matter” and “modified gravity” kinds, will be compared against each another. Both the theoretical and experimental/observational viewpoints will be represented and discussed.
Event listing ID:
1249165
73
Uncovering the Physics of Formation of Globular Clusters and their Host Galaxies
11 May 2020 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Event listing ID:
1137460
74
Uncovering the Physics of Formation of Globular Clusters and their Host Galaxies
11 May 2020 - 14 May 2020 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Abstract:
This conference will synthesize recent observational discoveries of massive star clusters in nearby galaxies and the high-redshift universe. It will connect the observations to theoretical modeling of galaxy formation on large scales and star formation on small scales. The topics for discussion will include the efficiency of star cluster formation as a function of environment, and the origins of the cluster age and metallicity distributions. The meeting will aim to highlight the similarities and differences in star formation in low-redshift and high-redshift galaxies.
Event listing ID:
1120707
Related subject(s):
75
CAFFELattes — Cosmological analyses featuring Galactic foreground emission
11 May 2020 - 15 May 2020 • Montpellier, France
Abstract:
The magnetized Galactic interstellar medium has become a main hindrance in the analysis of cosmological data. Galactic foregrounds are an issue in different observational contexts for the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), the HI 21cm signal from the epoch of reionization (EoR), line intensity mapping and lensing surveys. Galactic magnetic fields also upset the identification of sources of ultra-high energy cosmic rays and the measurement of extragalactic magnetic fields. In each context, cosmology is tied to Galactic astrophysics, and from a methodological point of view, to mathematics, because novel methods are required to model and reproduce the statistical properties of Galactic foregrounds and account for their complexity in the statistical inference of cosmological parameters. The meeting aims at bringing together scientists from Cosmology, Galactic Astrophysics and Mathematics for cross-fertilization. These three themes will be developed in parallel along the week in the context of CMB, large scale structure, EoR, cosmic magnetism and cosmic-ray science and experiments.
Contact:
Phone: [+33679170204];     Email: francois.boulanger@ens.fr
Topics:
Cosmic microwave background, Large scale structure, Cosmic magnetism, Galactic astrophysics, Interstellar matter, Computational cosmology, component separation methods
Event listing ID:
1253844
76
THESEUS CONFERENCE 2020 — The Transient High-Energy Sky and Early Universe Surveyor
12 May 2020 - 15 May 2020 • Malaga, Spain
Abstract:
The Transient High-Energy Sky and Early Universe Surveyor (THESEUS) is a space mission concept currently under Phase A study by the European Space Agency (ESA) as candidate M5 mission, in view of a launch opportunity in 2032.
Event listing ID:
1257589
77
Galactic and Extragalactic High Velocity Clouds Workshop
17 May 2020 - 20 May 2020 • University of Georgia, Athens, GA, United States
Event listing ID:
1265733
78
Massive Stars Near and Far
18 May 2020 • Ballyconnell, Cavan, Ireland
Event listing ID:
1242078
79
9ICPDP 2020 — 9th International Conference on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas
25 May 2020 - 29 May 2020 • Moscow, Russia
Organizer:
Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Abstract:
The history of ICPDP started in 1996 in Goa (India) as a response to growing interest in the topics of dusty plasmas, when the liquid and crystalline plasma was discovered. We continue a series of International Conferences on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas which take place every three years at different locations around the world (Goa, India 1996; Hakone, Japan 1999; Durban, South Africa 2002; Orleans, France 2005; Azores, Portugal 2008, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany 2011, New Delhi, India 2014, Prague, Czech Republic 2017). The conference provides a unique opportunity for disseminating the present status of dusty plasma physics worldwide and especially to young researchers. Ninth ICPDP conference is hosted by the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Science (IKI), Moscow, Russia. IKI acronym comes from Russian “Institut Kosmicheskih Issledovanyi”, which is Space Research Institute, and is used in English as is. IKI designs and builds scientific instruments for space experiments, acts as principal organization for various scientific space projects and missions, and uses the data of space probes to deepen our understanding of space and Earth. At present a significant topic of research at IKI is the space dust and dusty plasmas.
Contact:
Email: popel@iki.rssi.ru
Topics:
laboratory dusty plasmas, liquid and solid-like structures as well as phase transitions in plasmas, microgravity research, waves and instabilities in dusty plasmas, dusty plasmas in Earth’s environments, dusty plasmas in the Solar System, dusty plasmas in astrophysics and cosmology, dusty plasma applications including dusty plasmas for nanotechnology, etc.
Event listing ID:
1281712
Event website:
80
TOE III: from Solar System to Exoplanets
01 Jun 2020 - 05 Jun 2020 • Lamego, Douro Valley, Portugal
Event listing ID:
1257566
81
PLANET FORMATION: FROM DUST COAGULATION TO FINAL ORBITAL ASSEMBLY
01 Jun 2020 - 26 Jun 2020 • Garching, Germany
Abstract:
This programme will bring together experts with complementary expertise in observation, theory, solar system and extrasolar planets to assess the current status of planet formation models, highlight problems in each formation stage, and explore the possibility of developing comprehensive models that can be applied to different planetary systems.
Event listing ID:
1249219
82
QUARKS-2020 — XXI Seminar on High Energy Physics
07 Jun 2020 - 13 Jun 2020 • Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia
Organizer:
The Seminar is organized by the Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Abstract:
"Quarks-2020" is the 21st in the series of seminars taking place biennially since 1980 in various historical and cultural places of Russia.
Contact:
Event Secretariat;     Email: quarks@ms2.inr.ac.ru
Topics:
physics beyond the Standard Model, neutrino physics, quantum chromodynamics, strong interactions, heavy ion collisions, cosmology and astroparticle physics, gravity and its modifications, aspects of mathematical physics, selected experimental results
Event listing ID:
1288666
83
AwRI2020 — Astronomy with Radioactive Isotopes
08 Jun 2020 - 11 Jun 2020 • Budapest, Hungary
Event listing ID:
1226650
Related subject(s):
84
LSST@EUROPE 4: Shaping the European contribution to LSST
08 Jun 2020 - 12 Jun 2020 • Rome, Italy
Abstract:
The LSST project is moving forward in the construction phase, and activities in the LSST Science Collaborations (Solar System; Stars, the Milky Way and Local Volume; Transients and Variable Stars; Galaxies; AGN; Strong Lensing; Dark Energy and Informatics and Statistics) are vibrant and involve a significant European participation.
Event listing ID:
1249147
85
SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation 2020
14 Jun 2020 - 19 Jun 2020 • Yokohama, Japan
Event listing ID:
1275314
Related subject(s):
86
SPIE AS20 — SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation 2020
14 Jun 2020 - 19 Jun 2020 • Yokohama, United States
Organizer:
SPIE – The international society for optics and photonics
Abstract:
SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation is the most prestigious event for developers of ground- and space-based telescopes, the supporting technologies, and the latest instrumentation. Taking place every two years, the 2020 conference will be held in Yokohama, Japan. No other event in the astrophotonics industry 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: [(360)676-3290];     Email: customerservice@spie.org
Topics:
Adaptive optics, exoplanets, Interferometry, infrared, polarimetry, telescope Instrumentation, spectrograph, spectroscopy, telescope, calibration, polarimetry, ELT, interferometry, wavefront sensing and distortion, diffractive optics
Event listing ID:
1273059
87
Aspen Center for Physics Summer Workshop: Black Hole Formation, Accretion, and Outflows Through Cosmic Time
14 Jun 2020 - 05 Jul 2020 • Aspen, Colorado, United States
88
Extragalactic jets on all scales - launching, propagation, termination
15 Jun 2020 - 19 Jun 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
Organizer:
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg
Event listing ID:
1275302
89
The International Astrophysics and Space Conference 2020
15 Jun 2020 - 20 Jun 2020 • Tbilisi, Georgia
Organizer:
'The Foundation for Promoting Science and Education NOVA' and 'Georgian Astronomical Union'
Abstract:
The International Astrophysics and Space Conference 2020 is the scientific forum bringing together space exploration missions, ground-based observational projects and related astrophysics researchers, engineers, academicians, PIs and industrial professionals from all over the world to present their development activities and research results in the Solar System or Stellar Astrophysics and Space Science.
Contact:
Phone: [+995577558555];     Email: info@astronomia.ge
Topics:
space science, space exploration, space missions, solar atmosphere, stellar astrophysics, exoplanets
Event listing ID:
1293076
Event website:
90
COOL STARS 21: Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun
21 Jun 2020 • Toulouse, France
Event listing ID:
1141995
91
Gemini Science Meeting: 20th Anniversary and Beyond
21 Jun 2020 - 25 Jun 2020 • Seoul, South Korea
Organizer:
Gemini Observatory
Abstract:
Gemini Observatory invites its international user community to Seoul, Korea, for a celebration of 20 years of forefront access to the entire sky, and a preview of the even more exciting things to come. Hosted by the partnership’s newest member, this special Science Meeting will feature the latest scientific results from Gemini, news on current instrumentation projects, updates on operations developments, fabulous dining, and lively discussion of Gemini’s strategic plans for the coming decade. Come join us in Seoul!
Event listing ID:
1282739
92
Neutrino 2020 — XIX International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics
21 Jun 2020 - 27 Jun 2020 • Chicago, Illinois, United States
Organizer:
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Abstract:
This is a biennial conference. Its primary focus is to review the current status of neutrino physics, the impact of neutrino physics on astronomy and cosmology, and the vision for the future development of these fields.
Event listing ID:
1279904
93
ICSLS2020 — 25th InternationaI Conference on Spectral Line Shapes
22 Jun 2020 - 26 Jun 2020 • Caserta, Italy
Abstract:
The ICSLS (InternationaI Conference on Spectral Line Shapes) bi-annual conference series started in Paris, France in 1973, and it is held alternating European and North-American locations. The last three editions were held in Tullahoma, Tennessee, USA (2014), Torun, Poland (2016) and Dublin, Ireland (2018). The 25th ICSLS conference is organized by the Department of Mathematics and Physics, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli. It will be held inside the wonderful Monumental Complex of Belvedere di San Leucio, in Caserta (Italy). Also known as Ferdinandopoli, its construction is due to king Ferdinand IV of Bourbon, who wished to create a small village around the silk factory, in the eighteenth century. The ICSLS 2020 conference covers a broad range of topics related to spectral line shape studies, including: line shapes of atomic and molecular transitions in neutral gaseous mixtures, fundamental metrology, single and multi-photoionisation processes, high and low temperature plasmas, clusters and helium droplets, nanophotonic processes, spectroscopy of stellar atmospheres and interstellar media, spectroscopy of planetary atmospheres and exoplanets, cold atoms and molecules, collision-induced spectra, processes in laser fields, innovative techniques of line shape applications for diagnostic purposes and fundamental studies with narrow optical resonances, along with applications in e.g., industrial, environmental, medical and all other potential domains of interest. The conference will include a mix of invited lectures, contributed talks and poster presentations.
Contact:
Phone: [+390823274632];     Email: livio.gianfrani@unicampania.it
Topics:
Atomic and molecular spectra, spectral lineshapes, fundamental metrology, astronomical spectroscopy, spectroscopy of planetary atmospheres, collision-induced spectra
Event listing ID:
1242881
94
The Physics of Star Formation: From Stellar Cores to Galactic Scales
29 Jun 2020 - 03 Jul 2020 • Lyon, France
Contact:
Email: benoit.commercon@ans-lyon.fr
Topics:
star formation, protostellar disk, Initial Mass Function, Star formation Rate, feedback, galactic evolution
Event listing ID:
1213573
95
14th Asia-Pacific Regional IAU Meeting (APRIM)
06 Jul 2020 • Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Event listing ID:
1133165
Event website:
96
The First Penn State SETI Symposium
06 Jul 2020 - 09 Jul 2020 • State College, Pennsylvania, United States
Organizer:
The Penn State Extraterrestrial Intelligence Center
Contact:
Email: PSETI.symposium@gmail.com
Topics:
SETI, technosignatures, exoplanets, astrobiology
Event listing ID:
1293822
97
Gamma2020 — 7th Heidelberg International Symposium on High-Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy
06 Jul 2020 - 10 Jul 2020 • Barcelona, Spain
Organizer:
Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract:
Scientific topics will range from the origin of galactic and extragalactic cosmic rays to the physics and astrophysics of compact objects (Pulsars, Microquasars, AGN) and their relativistic outflows, as well as to cosmological issues related to Dark Matter, Intergalactic radiation and magnetic fields, and topics relevant to fundamental physics.
Event listing ID:
1257554
98
Illuminating the Dusty Universe: A Tribute to the Work of Bruce Draine
06 Jul 2020 - 10 Jul 2020 • Florence, Italy
Event listing ID:
1269456
99
IFAS6 - Indo-French Astronomy School - Spectroscopy: Treasures in the voxels
09 Jul 2020 - 17 Jul 2020 • Lyon, France
Event listing ID:
1269444
100
EPoS 2020 — The Early Phase Star Formation - Insights from Dynamics
12 Jul 2020 • MPG Conference Center Castle Ringberg, Tegernsee, Germany
Event listing ID:
1242055
101
Taking the Temperature: Statistical Nuclear Physics for Astrophysics and Applications
13 Jul 2020 - 16 Jul 2020 • Athens, Ohio, United States
Organizer:
Ohio University in Athens
Abstract:
Statistical estimates of nuclear reaction rates are essential ingredients for astrophysical model calculations, e.g. r-process nucleosynthesis in neutron star mergers, and nuclear applications, e.g. next generation nuclear reactor performance. Rate calculations require experimental or theoretical constraints for nuclear properties such as level densities (temperature), gamma-strength functions, particle optical potentials, and level spin distributions. Recently major advances have been made experimentally constraining the statistical properties of nuclei, particularly off the valley of beta-stability, while systematic studies have identified critical data needs for astrophysics and applications. As such, the time is ripe to “take the temperature” of the field of statistical nuclear physics to share recent advances and promising opportunities.
Event listing ID:
1285768
102
Dust2020 — The Rise of Metals and Dust in Galaxies through Cosmic Time
13 Jul 2020 - 17 Jul 2020 • Marseille, France
Organizer:
Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille
Abstract:
Before the birth of the first generation of stars (population III), the universe contained essentially only hydrogen and helium atoms. But after these first stars ignited, they synthesized in their cores nuclei of atoms heavier and heavier (the rise of metals). Some of these atoms have formed grains of dust, which is now everywhere in the interstellar medium. Dust absorbs and diffuses ultraviolet radiation and optical light, which heats the dust particles that ultimately produce radiation that is re-emitted in the infrared. This process modifies our vision of galaxies and of the universe and has dominated the universe for several billion years (the rise of dust). In addition to the effects of reddening and obscuration, dust grains also play a crucial role in star formation and in the physics and chemistry of the interstellar medium, such as heating and cooling processes, gas dynamics, charge transfer and the formation of H2 molecules. It is therefore important to progress in understanding the history of the formation of heavy elements in the universe as well as the different phases of the duty cycle of dust and the variation of this cycle according to the environment and the cosmic times.
Contact:
Email: denis.burgarella@lam.fr
Event listing ID:
1287203
103
Compact Objects and Energetic Phenomena in the Multi-Messenger Era
14 Jul 2020 - 16 Jul 2020 • Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Event listing ID:
1265798
104
Hot Stars: Life with Circumstellar Matter
20 Jul 2020 - 24 Jul 2020 • Almaty, Kazakhstan
Abstract:
We will organize an international conference with the main focus on hot stars showing effects of the presence of circumstellar material such asspectral line emission, excess radiation in the visual and infrared regions, stellar spectrum veiling, nebulocities, brightness and spectrum variations. The classes of object include pre-main-sequence Herbig Ae/Be stars, Be stars, objects with the B[e] phenomenon, hot supergiants, Wolf-Rayet stars, Luminous Blue Variables, and planetary nebulae.
Event listing ID:
1249112
105
Physics of Neutron Stars - 2020
20 Jul 2020 - 24 Jul 2020 • Saint Petersburg, Russia
Organizer:
Ioffe Institute, Alferov University.
Abstract:
This will be the 12th scientific meeting on neutron star physics in Saint Petersburg organized by the Theoretical Astrophysics Department of the Ioffe Institute. 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: ns2020spb@gmail.com
Event listing ID:
1288646
106
2020 Sagan Summer Workshop on Extreme Precision Radial Velocity
20 Jul 2020 - 24 Jul 2020 • Pasadena, California, United States
Organizer:
NASA
Abstract:
The Sagan Exoplanet Summer Workshops are held annually and provide opportunities for students, postdocs, and researchers to learn about the engineering and scientific application of exoplanet-related techniques used in NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program.
Event listing ID:
1275356
107
Exoplanets III
27 Jul 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
Event listing ID:
1099812
Event website:
108
NWCS20 — SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures
27 Jul 2020 - 30 Jul 2020 • Bremen, Germany
Abstract:
Theoretical aspects of applied mathematical research on nonlinear waves and coherent structures are relevant to subjects as diverse as general relativity, high-energy particle and plasma physics, fluid and solid mechanics, nonlinear electrical circuits, Bose-Einstein condensation, nonlinear optics, random media, atmosphere and ocean dynamics, chemical reactions, and biology. Remarkable agreement between theory and experiments can be claimed in many of these fields. The goals of the conference are to provide a forum for the development of mathematical methods and tools, to foster cross-fertilization among different fields of application, and most crucially to enable communication between the mathematicians who build the theory and the scientists who use it. The conference program will consist of presentations on subjects ranging from basic mathematical research to concrete applications.
Event listing ID:
1250859
Related subject(s):
109
43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly and Associated Events
15 Aug 2020 • Sydney, Australia, Australia
Event listing ID:
1123865
110
COSPAR2020 — Unifying planetary system formation out of elementary building blocks: from dust, gas and ice to our Solar System and exoplanets
15 Aug 2020 - 22 Aug 2020 • Sydney, Australia
Organizer:
The Australian space research community
Abstract:
The 2020 Assembly will combine the latest in space research findings with activities designed to enrich the global space research community - including helping equip our future leaders, and workshopping with space industry - and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. You will have the opportunity of a lifetime to interact directly with everything that Australia has to offer – our science and innovation, our people, our heritage, and our beautiful environment.
Event listing ID:
1287445
111
EUROWD20: 22nd European Workshop on White Dwarfs
17 Aug 2020 • Tbingen, Germany
Event listing ID:
1192342
112
SFDE2020 — Star formation in different environments 2020
24 Aug 2020 - 28 Aug 2020 • Quy Nhon, Vietnam
Organizer:
ICISE, Quy Nhon, Vietnam
Abstract:
To continue the SFDE series that were organized in 2016 and 2017 held in ICISE, Quy Nhon, Vietnam, we will get together again in 24-28 August 2020 to discuss the recent progress in star formation. From 22-23, there will be a bootcamp for young students. The conference will highlight the recent advances in all directions in observations, numerical simulations, and theory of star formation in different environments, from individual star to galaxy systems. The idea is to search for a universal picture of star formation across all scales and also identify the characteristics of each individual scale. The conference will cover all aspects of star formation, including core-collapse, turbulence, chemistry, magnetic field, filaments, converging flows and cloud-cloud-collision.

The goal of the conference is to share the different views from different research communities by balancing contributions from different categories and to encourage collaborations between researchers across the Globe. Ample time is set aside to encourage discussions and collaboration. The meeting consists of invited reviews, invited talks, contributed talks, and posters. The conference also aims at fostering close collaboration via smaller size focus group discussion and excursion. There is also a bootcamp training school prior to the conference for local students.

Contact:
Chair;     Phone: [+1-6479141612];     Email: qnguyen@nsc.nagoya-cu.ac.jp
Topics:
star formation, interstellar medium, galaxy, observation, physics, astronomy, astrophysics, protostars, young planet
Event listing ID:
1277101
113
IAU365 — IAU Symposium 365: Dynamics of solar and stellar convection zones and atmospheres
25 Aug 2020 - 29 Aug 2020 • Moscow, Russia
Abstract:
The Symposium will bring together solar and stellar physicists investigating the dynamics of convection zones and lower atmospheres. It will be dedicated to observational and theoretical aspects of the hydrodynamics and magnetohydrodynamics of the solar and stellar convection zones and lower atmospheres, both global and local, with the inclusion of numerical simulations as a particular branch of theoretical research.
Contact:
Email: iaus365@sinp.msu.ru
Topics:
Convection (solar – on different scales – and stellar), Differential rotation and meridional circulation (both solar and stellar), Global dynamo (in the Sun and stars; solar-cycle observed patterns and predictions), Helioseismology and asteroseismology (both global and local; probing subsurface structure and dynamics), Local processes of magnetic-flux emergence, sunspot and starspot formation (observed patterns of sunspot evolution, small-scale motions, local dynamo)
Event listing ID:
1253026
114
IWARA2020 — 9th International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics
06 Sep 2020 • Mexico City, Mexico
Event listing ID:
1242054
115
IWARA2020 - 9th International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics
06 Sep 2020 - 12 Sep 2020 • Mexico City, Mexico
Abstract:
The event is the ninth in a series of meetings gathering scientists working on astroparticle physics, cosmology, gravitation, nuclear physics, and related fields. As in previous years, the IWARA2020 meeting sessions will consist of invited and contributed talks, poster sessions.
Contact:
Phone: [+52 1 55 2736 3988];     Email: hess@nucleares.unam.mx
Topics:
IWARA2020 will cover recent developments in the following topics: New phenomena and new states of matter in the Universe, General relativity, gravitation, cosmology, New directions for general relativity: past, present and future of general relativity, FRW cosmologies, Cosmic microwave background radiation, First stars, hypernovae, and faint supernovae in the early Universe, Quantum gravity and quantum cosmology, Gravity and the unification of fundamental interactions, Supersymmetry and Inflation, String theory, White dwarfs, neutron stars and pulsars, Black hole physics and astrophysics, Gamma-ray emission in the Universe, High energy cosmic rays, Gravitational waves, Dark energy and dark matter, Strange matter and strange stars, Antimatter in the Universe, High-energy cosmic neutrinos, Blazars, Quantum chromodynamics, nuclear and particle physics and new states of matter in the Universe, Heavy ion collisions and the formation of the quark-gluon plasma in heavy ion collisions and in the first instants of the Universe, Strong magnetic fields in the Universe, strong magnetic fields in compact stars and in galaxies, ultra-strong magnetic fields in neutron star mergers, quark stars and magnetars, strong magnetic fields and the cosmic microwave background, Laboratories, observatories, telescopes and other experimental and observational facilities that will define the future directions of astrophysics, astronomy, cosmology, nuclear and astroparticle physics as well as the future of physics at the energy frontiers, and topics related to these.
Event listing ID:
1238381
116
Planetary Science: The Young Solar System
06 Sep 2020 - 12 Sep 2020 • ICISE, Quy Nhon, Vietnam, Vietnam
Abstract:
For decades scientific researchers have wondered how the solar system formed and evolved. This active field of research is populated with cosmochemists, planetary scientists, geologists, geophysicists and astronomers, among others, who all try to unravel what happened over 4.5 billion years ago. Yet despite all these international efforts the nature of the formation and evolution of the young solar system and the proclivity of the terrestrial planets to support a (long-term) biosphere remains obscure. It makes sense at this time to synthesis what we know, highlight key points of agreement and contention, and to provide recommendations for scientific progress.
Event listing ID:
1254013
117
IPA 2020 — Interplay between Particle and Astroparticle physics 2020
07 Sep 2020 - 11 Sep 2020 • Vienna, Austria
Organizer:
Institute of High Energy Physics (HEPHY) Vienna
Abstract:
There are several open questions in Physics today each of which touches the fields of both Particle Physics and Astroparticle/Cosmology. For example, only 5% of the Universe is described by the Standard Model of particle physics. A far larger contribution comes from the elusive Dark Matter whose existence has been inferred from Astroparticle measurements, and for which a large variety of models have been built by the theory community. Dark Matter is searched for in dedicated direct and indirect detection experiments but also in high-energy collisions at the LHC. Other subjects, such as the baryogenesis is still an open question related both to leptogenesis and CP violation and the matter content of today’s Universe. The knowledge of the neutrino sector has greatly increased over the past decades, but the question of the hierarchy is not yet solved and would need both accelerator/astroparticle and cosmological measurements to be fully understood. The physics of inflation which will be better constrained in the coming years would also need skills from both fields to be fully explored. Is a simple extension of the Standard Model sufficient or do we need more? In many fields the “single experiment” measurements have given way to more global views of our models: electroweak fits, exploring the parameter space of models beyond the Standard Model taking into account measurements and limits on new signatures.

The IPA2020 conference will bring together experimentalists and theorists to discuss the topics mentioned above with an emphasis on exchange between the different but correlated fields.

Event listing ID:
1277186
118
The Epoch of Galaxy Quenching: Understanding the Decline in Star Formation from Cosmic Noon to the Present
07 Sep 2020 - 11 Sep 2020 • Cambridge, United Kingdom
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge, UK
Abstract:
The goal of this 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:
1282678
119
ESO-ESA JOINT 2020 SCIENCE WORKSHOP: NEW SCIENCE IN THE MULTI-MESSENGER ERA
14 Sep 2020 - 18 Sep 2020 • Garching, Munich, Germany
Organizer:
ESO – European Southern Observatory
Abstract:
Multi-messenger astronomy - the combination of electromagnetic light with gravitational waves or neutrinos - has come of age. The detection of gravitational waves and a kilonova from a merging neutron star binary, and the identification of a flaring blazar in coincidence with a high energy neutrino mark the beginning of an era where the detections of sources beyond the electromagnetic spectrum will become increasingly common. The facilities of both ESO and ESA are central to efforts to identify the counterparts of sources initially located by either gravitational wave or neutrino observatories, and have made pivotal contributions to these first steps into multi-messenger astronomy. This workshop will celebrate these contributions, summarize the results gathered during the third LIGO/VIRGO observing run, and explore the long term possibilities enabled by LISA, E-ELT, Athena and more.
Event listing ID:
1287499
120
EANAM2020 — The 9-th East Asian Numerical Astrophysics Meeting
14 Sep 2020 - 18 Sep 2020 • Tenbusu Naha, Okinawa, Japan
Abstract:
Numerical simulations have become even more important as detailed comparisons between theories and observations are now possible at a deeper level in most fields of astrophysics. The aim of this series of meetings is to bring (but not limited to) East-Asian numerical astrophysicists together and provide chances to learn each other's work and explore possible collaborations among them. The scope of the meeting will encompass all major astronomical research fields that involve numerical simulations, including (but not limited to) cosmology, astronomical hydrodynamics, magnetohydrodynamics, radiative transfer, particle acceleration, and planetary / stellar / galactic dynamics. In addition, there will also be a focus on computer science applications directed toward astrophysics including numerical methods, simulation data analysis, high performance computing, and optimization for use on large scale computer clusters. Participants from outside of the East Asia are warmly welcome as well.
Event listing ID:
1292888
121
Advances and Challenges in Computational Relativity
14 Sep 2020 - 18 Sep 2020 • Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Abstract:
This kick-off workshop will seek to provide an overview of both the state-of-the-art and open challenges drawing from multiple themes (theory, analysis of the equations, computation, and data analysis) within the broad context of Einstein's general relativity theory.
Event listing ID:
1250869
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122
Conditions and Impact of Star Formation - Across Times and Scales
21 Sep 2020 • Puerto Varas or Valdivia, Chile
Event listing ID:
1233582
123
Aaronson Symposium: Galactic Dynamics with Resolved Stars
21 Sep 2020 - 23 Sep 2020 • Tucson, Arizona, United States
Organizer:
University of Arizona, Department of Astronomy
Abstract:
This is a special symposium in honor of Marc Aaronson, who was a postdoc at Steward Observatory starting in 1977 and an Associate Professor starting in 1983. His astronomical research focused on many of the most important problems of observational cosmology: the cosmic distance scale, the age of the Universe, the large-scale motion of matter, and the distribution of invisible mass in the Universe.
Event listing ID:
1275366
124
From Clouds to Planets II: The Astrochemical Link
28 Sep 2020 - 02 Oct 2020 • 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.
Event listing ID:
1287454
125
PUMA2020 — Probing the universe with multi-messanger astronomy
28 Sep 2020 - 02 Oct 2020 • Sestri Levante, Italy
Abstract:
A conference to gather an overview of the status and future prospects of astrophysics and cosmology with a multimessanger 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.
Event listing ID:
1230573
126
MIAPP Workshop — Star-forming clumps and clustered starbursts across cosmic time
05 Oct 2020 - 30 Oct 2020 • Garching, Germany
Organizer:
NIAPP – Munich Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics
Abstract:
This program addresses the questions of how starbursting complexes, gaseous high-redshift clumps, giant molecular clouds, and young massive star clusters are formed, what are their physical properties, and what is their impact on galaxy evolution. Current observations and simulations allow us to directly compare how star formation proceeds at low and high redshift, down to the small spatial scales of star clusters.
Event listing ID:
1288751
127
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:
1282655
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128
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
129
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
130
237th AAS Meeting — 237th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
03 Jan 2021 - 07 Jan 2021 • Phoenix, AZ, United States
Event listing ID:
1083082
131
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:
1246602
132
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:
1246623
133
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:
1282708
134
Protostars & Planets VII
01 Apr 2021 - 07 Apr 2021 • Kyoto, Japan
Event listing ID:
1275409
Event website:
135
239th AAS — 239th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2022 - 13 Jan 2022 • Washington DC, United States
Event listing ID:
1083073
136
241st AAS Meeting — 141th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2023 - 12 Jan 2023 • Seattle, WA, United States
Event listing ID:
1083125
137
245th AAS Meeting — 245th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
12 Jan 2025 - 16 Jan 2025 • National Harbor, MD , United States
Event listing ID:
1083113


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