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Thermal Models in Planetary Science III
20 Feb 2019 • Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
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55th Karpacz Winter School of Theoretical Physics and ChETEC COST Action CA16117 Training School — "Nuclear astrophysics in the multi-messenger era"
24 Feb 2019 - 02 Mar 2019 • Karpacz, Poland
Massively multiplexed spectroscopy with MSE: Science, Project and Vision
26 Feb 2019 • Tucson, AZ, United States
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NUSTAR Annual Meeting 2019
26 Feb 2019 - 01 Mar 2019 • GSI Darmstadt, Germany
NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array)
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Into the Starlight: The End of the Cosmic Dark Ages
03 Mar 2019 • Aspen Center for Physics, Aspen, CO, United States
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Cosmology on Safari 2019
03 Mar 2019 • Hluhluwe, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
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Enabling LISA Science Exploitation
04 Mar 2019 • Lorentz Center, Leiden, Netherlands
Dynamical Models for Stars and Gas in Galaxies in the GAIA Era
04 Mar 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
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Kepler & K2 Science Conference V
04 Mar 2019 • Glendale, CA, United States
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Solar Helicities in Theory and Observations: Implications for Space Weather and Dynamo Theory
04 Mar 2019 - 29 Mar 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
Magnetic helicity is a conserved quantity in ideal MHD and is also a topological invariant. Due to these properties, it plays special roles for the operation of the global solar dynamo, and in the release of solar eruptive events, but both of these related processes remain poorly understood. On both themes, theoretical models would benefit from being validated and constrained with observational data, and the increasing amounts of observational data could be more efficiently used as basis to improve the models. The abundant observational data pouring in from various sources poses its own challenges and sometimes cross-calibrations are lacking. This program will bring together solar observers and dynamo theorists to work on these topics. We aim to obtain crucial new knowledge on the operation of the global solar dynamo itself, but also how it drives eruptive events which then are observed as space weather.
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Broadband Spectral and Timing Studies with Astrosat, Chandra and XMM-Newton: A COSPAR capacity building workshop
09 Mar 2019 • IISER Mohali, Punjab, India, India
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Large surveys with small telescopes: Past, Present, and Future
10 Mar 2019 • Bamberg, Germany
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16th Russbach School on Nuclear Astrophysics
10 Mar 2019 - 16 Mar 2019 • Rußbach am Paß Gschütt, Salzburg, Austria
In keeping with its tradition, the school will bring together specialists from the various sub-fields of astrophysics, astronomy, cosmochemistry and nuclear physics with the aim to raise mutual interest and to teach under- and postgraduate students, young post-docs as well as senior scientists interested to be introduced to nuclear astrophysics. The school will be organized in major topical sessions, with dedicated lecture time for basic introduction, presentations of the various aspects of the topic, and ample time for discussions and out-door activities in the Dachstein West mountain region.
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La Thuile 2019 — XXXIII Rencontres de Physique de La Vallée d'Aoste
10 Mar 2019 - 16 Mar 2019 • La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy
Astroparticle ; HEP- Theory ; HEP-Phenomenology ; Higgs ; Standard Model ; Physics BSM ; neutrino ; Gravitational waves ; cosmic rays
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II Workshop Chemical Abundances in Gaseous Nebulae: Open Problems in Nebular Astrophysics
11 Mar 2019 • So Jos dos Campos, SP, Brazil, Brazil
HEAD — 17th High Energy Divisional Meeting Home
17 Mar 2019 • Monterey, California, United States
American Astronomical Society
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DPG-Frühjahrstagung — Sektion Materie und Kosmos (SMuK) .
17 Mar 2019 - 22 Mar 2019 • Technische Universität München, Germany
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The life and death of star-forming galaxies
18 Mar 2019 • Scarborough, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Extreme Precision in Radial Velocity IV
18 Mar 2019 • Grindelwald, Switzerland
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The Metrewavelength Sky - II: Celebrating the 90th year of Govind Swarup and the 1st year of the upgraded GMRT
18 Mar 2019 • National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, Pune, Indi, India
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Galaxy Evolution in the Cosmic Web
18 Mar 2019 • Lorentz Center, Leiden, Netherlands
The Metrewavelength Sky - II : Celebrating the 90th year of Govind Swarup and the 1st year of the upgraded GMRT
18 Mar 2019 - 22 Mar 2019 • Pune, India
The Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) has recently undergone a major upgrade (the "uGMRT'' project) that has significantly improved its scientific capabilities, opening up a wide range of interesting science areas to the radio community. The first uGMRT results are now beginning to appear and the uGMRT will be formally opened in 2019. March 2019 will also mark the 90th birthday of Govind Swarup, who conceived of, and led, the original GMRT project. To celebrate both of these events, the National Centre for Radio Astrophysics of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (NCRA-TIFR) will host an international conference on radio astronomy in Pune, India, over March 18 - 22, 2019.
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19 Mar 2019 - 22 Mar 2019 • Valletta, Malta
The COST Action CA-15117 (CANTATA) is a research program that considers, in a coordinated and multidisciplinary way, the possibility to go beyond General Relativity (GR) at ultraviolet (quantum gravity) and infrared (cosmology) scales, scenarios on which Einstein’s theory fails. This is done by combining complementary aspects of theoretical physics, cosmology and astrophysics. The main goal of this initiative is to construct an effective theory of gravity capable of encompassing both the phenomenology related to the lack of a quantum field theory of gravity, and the phenomenology related to the various astrophysical scales (e.g self-gravitating systems, galaxies, large-scale structure) that cannot be explained within the framework of GR without including dark matter and dark energy.
Cosmology, general relativity, modified gravity, alternative theories of gravity, quantum gravity, dark matter, dark energy, large-scale structure
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SESPS-Workshop — Science with the Super-Enge Spectrograph at FSU & Cenaur Workshop on Transfer Reactions
22 Mar 2019 - 23 Mar 2019 • Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, United States
A two-day meeting to discuss the capabilities of the re-commissioned Super-Enge Split-Pole Spectrograph and initiate collaborations and developments for the scientific program around it. As a second topic, we will focus on transfer reactions as tools for nuclear structure and nuclear astrophysics research.
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LS2019 — The La Silla Observatory - from the inauguration to the future
25 Mar 2019 • La Serena, Chile
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Extremely big eyes on the early universe
25 Mar 2019 • Kavli IPMU, Kashiwa, Japan
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The New Era of Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
25 Mar 2019 • Groningen, Netherlands
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Life3E: Search for life, from Early Earth to Exoplanets
25 Mar 2019 • Quy Nhon, Vietnam, Vietnam
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r-process sources in the universe
27 Mar 2019 • Arizona State University, United States
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TIC-HEAP — The Tenth International Conference on High Energy and Astroparticle Physics
30 Mar 2019 - 02 Apr 2019 • Constantine, Algeria
This Tenth edition of International Conference on High Energy and Astroparticle Physics (TIC-HEAP) is set to be held at Mentouri University, Constantine in Algeria during the period of 30th March to 2 April 2019 (Including the optional touristic trip on the 2nd of April). Held in close coordination with the DGRSDT (The Algerian General Direction of Scientific Research), it will focus on discussing the latest development on particle physics, astroparticle and cosmology, as well as strategically planning for Algeria to become an active participating member of the CERN. It is timely for the Algerian particle physics community to join some of the LHC collaborations as well as other international experiments in experimental particle physics and in particular Astroparticle physics ones like ANTARES experiment and the like. We are heartened in that endeavor by the fact that Algeria has become officially a member of the LHCb collaboration. It has already got the support of well known particle physicists who will be attending. This is why we wish to associate to this meeting to the fullest extent young researchers worldwide as well as our sprouting particle physics community both locally based and from the Diaspora.
High energy physics, astroparticle physics, gravitation, cosmology, mathematical physics
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31 Mar 2019 • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Mexico
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The 1st Donglu Astrophysics Forum The era of large-scale sky surveys: Near field cosmology and time domain science
01 Apr 2019 • Kunming, China
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Turbulence & magnetic fields - from the early universe to late-type stars
01 Apr 2019 • Helsinki, Finland
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Grand Challenges in Stellar Physics: Pulsating Stars in the Universe
01 Apr 2019 • Nice, French Riviera, France
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In the Balance: Stasis and Disequilibrium in the Milky Way
01 Apr 2019 - 05 Apr 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
The past few years have seen a great deal of progress in understanding the formation and evolution of the Milky Way from the standpoint of numerical simulations and observations. These advances continue to shape our understanding of the Milky Way as a galaxy and as a laboratory for cosmological models of galaxy formation. It has become abundantly clear that non-equilibrium processes in the Milky Way such as satellite interactions, bar dynamics, and spiral structure effects have shaped the present-day structure and kinematics of the Galaxy significantly. The Gaia mission is making an unprecedented map of the distribution of stars in our Galaxy and combined with an array of massive spectroscopic surveys is providing a detailed view from the scale of individual star cluster to the global structure of the disk and halo. This conference will bring together experts in the fields of galactic dynamics, chemical evolution, and numerical galaxy formation to discuss new insights from Gaia and other ongoing surveys on the chemodynamical structure of the Milky Way’s disk, bulge, bar, and halo as well as the co-evolution of these components.
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VHE Phenomena Around Supermassive Black Holes
08 Apr 2019 • Yerevan, Armenia
The Gaia Universe
08 Apr 2019 • ESTEC, Noordwijk, Netherlands
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GW-ODW#2 — Gravitational-wave Open Data Workshop #2
08 Apr 2019 - 10 Apr 2019 • Paris, France
We are pleased to announce the second edition of the gravitational-wave open data workshop, which will be held on April 8-10 2019 at the Denis Diderot University in Paris, France. Observational data are made publicly available at, along with associated software libraries. This workshop is intended for students and more senior scientists that wish to learn about these data and softwares in order to conduct research in the field of gravitational wave astronomy. The workshop will offer participants a hands-on introduction to working with software tools that allow to access and process publicly available gravitational-wave data. More information is available on the workshop website at -- Registrations open early 2019.
Open science, gravitational waves
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Gravitational-wave Open Data Workshop #2
10 Apr 2019 • Paris, France, France
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Particles and Cosmology: the 16th Baksan School on Astroparticle Physics
10 Apr 2019 • Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia
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5th Workshop of the Hellenic Institute of Nuclear Physics
12 Apr 2019 - 13 Apr 2019 • Thessaloniki, Greece
Physics Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The aim of the Workshop is to provide a forum for exchange of ideas, discussions and collaboration between researchers in Nuclear Physics and related areas. The program of HINPw5 is expected to include the most recent theoretical and experimental advances in the field
Recent advances and prospects for Nuclear Theory• Nuclear Structure and Reactions• Nuclear Astrophysics and Nucleosynthesis• Super-heavy elements and Nuclear Fission• Hadronic Physics• Challenges at the interface of Atomic and Nuclear Physics• Interdisciplinary studies and societal applications
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American Physical Society April Meeting
13 Apr 2019 - 16 Apr 2019 • Denver, Colorado, United States
The APS April Meeting encapsulates the full range of physical scales including astrophysics, particle physics, nuclear physics, and gravitation. To experience the meeting is to explore research from the "Quarks to the Cosmos (Q2C)," which is the true essence of the meeting.
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19w5238 — Probing the Earth and the Universe with Microlocal Analysis
14 Apr 2019 - 19 Apr 2019 • Banff, Alberta, Canada
Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery (BIRS)
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Delving into the neutron star crust in Amsterdam
15 Apr 2019 • Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Better Stars, Better Planets: Exploiting the Stellar-Exoplanetary Synergy
15 Apr 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
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IWOE9 — The 9th International Workshop on Occultation and Eclipse
16 Apr 2019 • Dubai, United Arab Emirates, United Arab Emirates
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IWOE9 — The 9th International Workshop on Occultation and Eclipse
16 Apr 2019 - 17 Apr 2019 • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Starting from 2010, International Occultation Timing Association, Middle East section (IOTA/ME) holds annual international workshop on Occultation and Eclipse. Main topics of these workshop include wide range of researches related to Occultation and eclipsing systems.
Workshop topics: ✔️ Occultation ✔️ Moon ✔️ Trans-Neptunian Objects ✔️ Asteroids ✔️ Big data ✔️ Comets ✔️ Sun ✔️ Planetary Science ✔️ Variable Stars ✔️ Timing ✔️ Image processing ✔️ Observation process ✔️ Transit of exoplanets ✔️ Oort Cloud ✔️ Kuiper belt
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The multi-messenger physics and astrophysics of neutron stars (PHAROS Conference 2019)
22 Apr 2019 • Barcelona, Spain
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The Correlated Universe, CosKASI Conference 2019
22 Apr 2019 • Jeju Island, South Korea
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19w5094 — Geometrical Tools for String Cosmology
28 Apr 2019 - 03 May 2019 • Oaxaca, Mexico
Casa Matemática Oaxaca (CMO)
The Casa Matemática Oaxaca (CMO) will host the "Geometrical Tools for String Cosmology" workshop in Oaxaca, from April 28, 2019 to May 3, 2019. In the past decades, string theory and supergravity have evolved to provide a robust mathematical framework for phenomenological studies of physics. At the same time, cosmology has emerged as a precision science, where observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background and Large Scale Structure pinpoints our Universe as being dominated by dark energy, which causes its accelerated expansion, having a large fraction of dark matter, and very likely having undergone a period of inflation at early times. Yet, we are still at the beginning of precision measurements, and more information will come from future observations, including those in the new area of gravitational wave astronomy and dark matter searches. Therefore, we need clear advances on the theoretical side of cosmology in order to understand, and make testable predictions. The aim of the workshop will be to bring together international experts working on cosmology, supergravity and string theory to provide a solid mathematical and theoretical foundation for the description of the early Universe.
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Recent Progress in Relativistic Astrophysics
06 May 2019 • Shanghai, China
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STARS2019 - 5th Caribbean Symposium on Cosmology, Gravitation, Nuclear and Astroparticle Physics / SMFNS2019- 6th International Symposium on Strong Electromagnetic Fields and Neutron Stars
06 May 2019 • Havana, Varadero, Cuba
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Preparing for 4MOST: A community workshop introducing ESO's next-generation spectroscopic survey facility
06 May 2019 • ESO, Garching, Germany
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1st International Cherenkov Telescope Array Symposium - Exploring the High-Energy Universe with CTA
06 May 2019 • Bologna, Italy
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Metals in Galaxies, Near and Far: Looking Ahead
06 May 2019 • Lorentz Center, Leiden, Netherlands
STARS2019/SMFNS — STARS2019 - 5th Caribbean Symposium on Cosmology, Gravitation, Nuclear and Astroparticle Physics / SMFNS2019 - 6th International Symposium on Strong Electromagnetic Fields and Neutron Stars
06 May 2019 - 12 May 2019 • Havana, Varadero, Cuba
The events are the fifth and sixth in a series of meetings gathering scientists working on astroparticle physics, cosmology, gravitation, nuclear physics, and related fields.
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STARS2019 – New phenomena and new states of matter in the Universe, general relativity, gravitation, cosmology, heavy ion collisions and the formation of the quark-gluon plasma, white dwarfs, neutron stars and pulsars, black holes, 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, and topics related to these. SMFNS2019 – 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, and topics related to these.
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Effective Theories of Quantum Phases of Matter
06 May 2019 - 31 May 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
Physical systems look different when observed at different resolutions: what appears as a continuum liquid to the naked eye becomes a cluster of jiggling atoms when observed at the resolution of an electron microscope. Effective field theory provides a description of physics in terms of degrees of freedom appropriate to a given resolution. Over the last couple of decades, physicists have developed effective field theory tools which, to a large extent, unify fields as diverse as atomic and condensed-matter physics, particle and nuclear physics, and cosmology. The ensuing interaction between different branches of physics has never been as fruitful as it is now. Numerous physical phenomena, first predicted and studied in high-energy physics, have found their realization in novel materials. On the other hand, the richness of condensed-matter physics provides a lasting source of inspiration for new developments in high-energy physics and cosmology. Extremely useful in general, the effective field theory tools become indispensable for quantum phases of matter whose low-energy physics is driven by collective excitations, either due to the presence of spontaneous symmetry breaking or due to strong microscopic interactions. The aim of this program is to give a new impulse to a further development of this exciting interdisciplinary field. We bring together leading practitioners working on effective theories of quantum phases of matter across several branches of physics. Our goal is to map out important open problems with broad relevance and look for new directions towards their solution, to reinvigorate existing collaborations and foster new connections.
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Statistical Physics of Complex Systems
07 May 2019 - 11 May 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
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Workshop de Infraestructura Astronmica argentina
08 May 2019 • Crdoba, Argentina
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New Trends in High-Energy Physics
12 May 2019 - 18 May 2019 • Odessa, Ukraine
This is a serial, multidisciplinary conference, initiated by the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics (Kiev), and continued in close collaboration with JINR (Dubna). The topics of the conference include new experimental and theoretical results with much time provided for informal discussions. The number of participants is typically 80, both from East and West, young and experienced. Entry visas are not required for most of the "developed" countries - from Europe, Russia, both Americas, Japan, South Korea etc.
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LHC, NICA, FAIR, Standard Model, neutrino physics, elastic and diffractive scattering, deep inelastic scattering, multi-particle dynamics, nuclear matter at extreme conditions, quantum field theory, confinement, condensed matter, non-accelerator physics, cosmic ray astroparticle physics, gravitation, cosmology, new detectors
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Gamma-Ray Bursts and Related Astrophysics in Multi-Messenger Era
13 May 2019 • Nanjing, China
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Les Houches school on plasma physics: The multiple approaches to plasma physics from laboratory to astrophysics
13 May 2019 • Les Houches, France
ExoComets: Understanding the Composition of Planetary Building Blocks
13 May 2019 • Lorentz Center, Leiden, Netherlands
Multi-messenger astronomy with SKA precursors and pathfinders, a capacity building workshop
13 May 2019 • Aveiro, Portugal
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The New Era of Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astrophysics
13 May 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
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MMT Observatory 40th Anniversary Symposium
14 May 2019 • Tucson, Arizona, , United States
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Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope 12th Users' Meeting
19 May 2019 • Montreal, Canada
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Workshop on Polarization in Protoplanetary Disks and Jets
20 May 2019 • Sant Cugat del Valls, Catalonia, Spain
Exploring the Infrared Universe: The Promise of SPICA
20 May 2019 • Crete, Greece
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Electron-Capture-Initiated Stellar Collapse
20 May 2019 • Lorentz Center, Leiden, Netherlands
F.O.E. Fifty-One Erg Supernova Conference
20 May 2019 • NC State University, Raleigh, NC, United States
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Planet-Star Connections in the Era of TESS and Gaia
20 May 2019 - 24 May 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Stellar properties and behavior play a key role in addressing many pressing questions in exoplanet science, from breaking the stellar activity barrier for radial velocity planets to understanding how stellar environments affect planet formation and habitability. TESS and Gaia are improving stellar characterization by orders of magnitude in precision and sample size. Addressing both observations and theory, the conference will focus on recent advances in translating this new knowledge of stars into detecting and characterizing exoplanets and understanding their formation, evolution, and habitability. Members of the stellar community will share the latest results in characterizing and understanding stars, and members of the planetary community will share applications of planet-star connections and emphasize what stellar knowledge is most important in addressing open questions in exoplanet science.
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SUSY 2019 — XXVIIth International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions
20 May 2019 - 24 May 2019 • Corpus Christi, TX, United States
XXVIIth International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (SUSY 2019), hosted by Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi during May 20-24, 2019, will provide a unique venue to discus and understand the status of SUSY, connection between particle physics and cosmology, supersymmetry and its alternative, Higgs sector, neutrino sector, flavor sector, dark matter, electroweak phase transition, astroparticle physics, gravitational waves and string theory. Discussion of results from the LHC, recent neutrino experiments and observations, direct and indirect dark matter detection experiments, detection of gravitational waves, data from particle colliders, as well as measurements of the CMB and Large Scale Structure will be an integral part of SUSY 2019. To ensure the younger participants will benefit from the conference the most, the conference will be preceded by the 4 day long pre-SUSY summer school for graduate students and postdocs.
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2019 JINA-CEE Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics Meeting
22 May 2019 - 24 May 2019 • East Lansing, MI, United States
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Cosmic explosions 2019
27 May 2019 • Cargese, Corsica, France
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3rd Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science: "Demographics of Exoplanetary Systems"
27 May 2019 • Vietri sul Mare, Italy
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Souriau 2019
27 May 2019 - 31 May 2019 • University of Paris-Diderot, Paris, France
In May 1969 the groundbreaking book of Jean-Marie Souriau appeared, "Structure des Systèmes Dynamiques". We will celebrate, in 2019, the jubilee of its publication, with a conference in honour of the work of this great scientist. The subjects are : Symplectic Geometry/Mechanics, Relativity and Cosmology, Geometric Quantization, Diffeology, and anything related to these domains.
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ASES3 — 3rd Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science: "Demographics of Exoplanetary Systems"
27 May 2019 - 31 May 2019 • Vietri sul mare, Italy
The Advanced School on Exoplanetary Science - taking place close to the enchanting Amalfi Coast - is aimed at providing a comprehensive, state-of-the-art picture of the rich variety of relevant aspects of the fast-developing, highly interdisciplinary field of exoplanet research (both from an observational and theoretical viewpoint). The School is addressed to graduate students and young post-doctoral researchers, and offers the fascinating possibility to interact with world-class experts engaged in different areas of the astrophysics of planetary systems. The 3rd edition of the School will be focused on the Demographics of Exoplanetary Systems, covering both the theoretical and observational perspectives.
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Planet formation, Dynamical evolution, Wide-separation Exoplanets, Close-in Exoplanets, Star-Planet interactions
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Cosmic Explosions 2019
27 May 2019 - 06 Jun 2019 • Cargese, Corsica, France
The most violent and energetic phenomena observed in our Universe such as supernova, GRBs, and coalescence of compact objects are in their vast majority linked with objects in the “stellar graveyard”. This summer school aims at presenting the various facets of a same family of objects to allow young researchers entering the field to see the global picture and the evolutionary link between them. This school is organised in the context of the multi-messenger (photons, neutrinos, and gravitational waves) era and the large number of existing or upcoming telescopes to study the transient sky
Summer school, high-energy astronomy, multi-messenger
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Planetary Dynamics 2019
03 Jun 2019 • MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany
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PIPA2019 — Partially Ionised Plasmas in Astrophysics
03 Jun 2019 • Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Spain
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Supernova Remnants II: An Odyssey in Space after Stellar Death
03 Jun 2019 • Chania, Crete, Greece
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03 Jun 2019 • L'AQUILA, Italy
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What matter(s) between galaxies: unraveling the knots in the Cosmic Web
03 Jun 2019 • Abbazia di Spineto, Italy
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Zoom-In and Out: From the Interstellar Medium to the Large Scale Structure of the Universe
03 Jun 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
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XLVII Fundamental Physics Meeting
03 Jun 2019 - 07 Jun 2019 • Aranjuez, near Madrid, Spain
The International Meeting on Fundamental Physics (IMFP) is the longest running conference organised by the Spanish High Energy Physics community, uninterruptedly held since 1973 in different Spanish locations. Its aim is to cover both theoretical and experimental aspects of collider, neutrino, astroparticle and cosmology experiments. The meeting includes invited talks and short courses aimed at quickly introducing research topics.
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03 Jun 2019 - 07 Jun 2019 • L'AQUILA, Italy
The offered course is designed for PhD students, post-doctoral fellows and young researchers interested in understanding the scientific construction of the Gaia catalogue and its current and future scientific potential, in synergy with the large spectro-photometric surveys. With ESA’s Gaia mission the framework of relativistic astrometry is required to translate photons to astrometric quantities, thus the fields of “Fundamental Astronomy” and “Fundamental Physics” are unified under the perspective of a consistent use of the theory of General Relativity. General topics include fundamental astronomy and stellar surveys, global and differential relativistic astrometry, chemo-kinematics of the Milky Way and Galactic Archeology, and Galactic dynamics. Some specific topics include, stellar streams in the halo, stellar clusters, non-equilibrium dynamics in the disk of the Milky Way, inference of physical parameters and, one century after the famous experiment on the light deflection by the Sun in 1919, astrometric lensing.
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Space Astrometry, Fundamental astronomy, Stellar surveys, Relativistic astrometry, Galactic chemo-kinematics and dynamics, Galactic Archeology
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WIN2019 — The 27th edition of the International Workshop on Weak interactions and Neutrinos
03 Jun 2019 - 08 Jun 2019 • Bari, Italy
The 27th edition of the International Workshop on Weak interactions and Neutrinos (WIN2019) will be held in Bari, from June 3-8, 2019. The purpose of the Workshop is to offer to the community a significant opportunity to assess the status of the field and to initiate collaborative efforts to address current physics questions.
Electro-Weak Symmetry Breaking and Higgs Neutrinos Astroparticle Physics Flavour Physics
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Zoom-In and Out: From the Interstellar Medium to the Large Scale Structure of the Universe
03 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
This Nordita Program is devoted to theoretical and observational studies of the interstellar medium of galaxies across cosmic time, and to their implications in shaping future line-intensity mapping experiments which have recently generated a tremendous interest in the Community of astrophysicists and cosmologists.
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Zooming in on Star Formation
09 Jun 2019 • Nafplio, Greece
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Light in the suburbs: structure and chemo-dynamics of galaxy halos
09 Jun 2019 • Sexten Center for Astrophysics, Bad Moos, Italy
234th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
09 Jun 2019 • St. Louis, MO, United States
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AICosmo2019 — Artificial Intelligence methods in Cosmology
09 Jun 2019 - 12 Jun 2019 • Ascona, Switzerland
Cosmological observations entered an era where the volumes of data collected by telescopes are immense. At the same time, incredible progress has recently been made in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning - sciences of creating advanced mathematical and statistical models to learn from the data. These techniques allow for analysis or large, rich datasets. In this workshop, we would like to explore the possibilities of applying these new methods to cosmological data. The benefits can potentially be vast, such as enabling extremely fast analyses of very large image datasets, accelerating cosmological simulations, and extracting more information from the data, to name a few. Machine Learning can also potentially greatly benefit from collaboration with cosmologists: new cosmological datasets can stimulate developments of new, complex learning methods and algorithms. By bringing together researchers from Cosmology and Machine Learning, we aim to foster collaboration between these two disciplines.
Cosmology, Machine Learning, Cosmological Information, Generative Models
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50th Annual meeting of the Division on Dynamical Astronomy (DDA) of the AAS
10 Jun 2019 • Boulder, CO, USA, United States
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Webinar — Impacts and their Role in the Evolution of Life
10 Jun 2019 - 13 Jun 2019 • Tällberg, Sweden
Topics covered by the conference will range from the role of impacts in the early history of the Solar System over impacts physics, the characterisation of impactors (asteroids, meteorites, comets etc) and impact sites to the role impacts could have played in the emergence and evolution of life and their possible threat to life on Earth. Two further important aspects will be discussed: the geoconservation of impact sites as well as the use of impacts in education and outreach in order to get the general public interested in science. The conference will be held at Hotel Dalecarlia**** in the picturesque village of Tällberg in the Siljan crater area with good connections to Stockholm International Airport. Excursions to geologically interesting sites in the area are planned. We are looking forward to receiving your contribution to our event. Since bursaries for students and early career scientists will be available we would kindly ask you to forward this invitation to possibly interested people. Deadline for abstract submission is March 31st, 2019. For further information about the event please check the conference website:
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Geophysics, Planetary Science, Evolution, Impact Physics, Geoconservation, Outreach
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Geospatial Week 2019 (GSW)
10 Jun 2019 - 14 Jun 2019 • Enschede, Netherlands
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IPTA2019@Pune — International Pulsar Timing Array Meeting 2019
10 Jun 2019 - 21 Jun 2019 • Pune, India
The Xth International Pulsar Timing Array (IPTA) workshop will be held in Pune, India between June 10 to 21, 2019. The IPTA consortium consists of established Pulsar Timing Array (PTA) efforts, that include the European Pulsar Timing Array (EPTA), the North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational Waves (NANOGrav), and the Parkes Pulsar Timing Array (PPTA) as well as the emerging efforts like the Indian Pulsar Timing Array (InPTA), South African Pulsar Timing Array and the Chinese Pulsar Timing Array. The IPTA consortium aims to detect gravitational waves using an ensemble of millisecond pulsars located in our Galaxy.

The meeting is aimed to i) foster close interactions between researchers working on individual pulsar timing array (PTA) experiments ii) provide detailed hands-on training for young researchers on the nuances of gravitational wave data analysis and ii) to develop links with the wider gravitational wave community. A status update from the established PTAs and the emerging PTAs will be presented along with detailed discussions on various data sharing and data combination issues relevant for the IPTA consortium. During the first week (the "student week"), experts in the field will share their knowledge and organize hands-on exercises to explore the data-sets and data challenges. During the second week, the active researchers in the field will help to advance the frontiers of our understanding through presentations and discussions on the road ahead that include various challenges and strategies. Apart from invited and contributed talks, updates from IPTA working groups and panel discussion on policy issues regarding the sharing of data and resources are included in the science program. A one day visit to upgraded GMRT is part of the program.

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Exoclimes Simulation Platform (ESP) Inaugural Summer School (2019)
12 Jun 2019 • Guarda Val, Switzerland
Astrophysics of hot plasma in extended X-ray sources
12 Jun 2019 • ESAC, Madrid, Spain
Astrophysics of hot plasma in extended X-ray sources
12 Jun 2019 - 14 Jun 2019 • ESAC, Madrid, Spain
Hot plasmas are dominating the X-ray emission of supernova remnants, the hot interstellar medium in galaxies, galactic halos and winds and the intra-cluster medium in clusters of galaxies. XMM-Newton and Chandra have accumulated rich resources of emission line spectra with medium and high spectral resolution. In the next years XARM and later Athena will build on this heritage. Plasma codes are essential for the modelling of X-ray spectra. The workshop aims to summarise the current understanding of the X-ray plasma emission, its astrophysical implications and to foster cooperation between the participants. The overarching scheme of the workshop is the common astrophysics, the modelling of the X-ray emission, and the problems with data reduction of extended sources.
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Astrophysics, plasma, X-rays
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Cracow School of Theoretical Physics, LIX Course, 2019 — "Probing the Violent Universe with multimessenger eyes: gravitational waves, high-energy neutrinos, gamma rays, and cosmic rays"
14 Jun 2019 • Zakopane, Poland
Cracow School — 59 Cracow School of Theoretical Physics, Probing the Violent Universe with multimessenger eyes: gravitational waves, high-energy neutrinos, gamma rays, and cosmic rays
14 Jun 2019 - 22 Jun 2019 • Zakopane, Poland
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Santa Tecla School — 10th European Summer School on Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics
16 Jun 2019 - 23 Jun 2019 • Catania, Italy
The school belongs to the European Network of Nuclear Astrophysics Schools (ENNAS), a network made by the European schools on nuclear astrophysics and related areas (the Santa Tecla, the Sinaia, the Russbach school), having the common effort of preparing and educating young physicists in nuclear physics, astrophysics and their mutual relationship in the nuclear astrophysics field. For such a reason, the school will deal with both various astrophysical issues, ranging from primordial nucleosynthesis to stellar evolution, and nuclear topics, including novel experimental approaches, radioactive ion beams, and indirect methods.
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2019 CASCA Annual Meeting (Canadian Astronomical Society/Socit Canadienne D'Astronomie)
17 Jun 2019 • McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada
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5th workshop of SCAR AAA, Astronomy and Astrophysics from Antarctica: 17-19 June 2019 @ Skyway Mont Blanc
17 Jun 2019 • Courmayeur, Italy
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From Stars to Planets II - Connecting our understanding of star and planet formation
17 Jun 2019 • Gothenburg, Sweden
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5th workshop of SCAR AAA, Astronomy and Astrophysics from Antarctica
17 Jun 2019 - 19 Jun 2019 • Courmayeur, Italy
Astronomy & Astrophysics from Antarctica (AAA) is a Scientific Research Program of SCAR, the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. This fifth meeting in the series aims to bring together all the key players in Antarctic astronomy to conclude the 2015 – 2018 implementation Plan and to coordinate future strategies and collaborations. In addition to Antarctic research, projects related to Arctic astronomy are also invited to AAA2019. This edition of SCAR AAA will be held on 17-19 June 2019 at the Skyway Mont Blanc in Courmayeur, Italy, between the eternal ice of Mont Blanc. It is being jointly organized by AAA and OAVdA, the Astronomical Observatory of the Autonomous Region of Aosta Valley. The language of the Workshop will be English.
astronomy, astrophysics, antartica, scar, polar astronomy, workshop
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Gaia's view of pre-Main Sequence evolution. Linking the T Tauri and Herbig Ae/Be stars.
18 Jun 2019 • Leeds, United Kingdom
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Science in Our Own Backyard: Exploring the Galaxy and the Local Group with WFIRST
18 Jun 2019 • Pasadena, CA, United States
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Supermassive Black Holes: environment and evolution
19 Jun 2019 • Corfu Town, Italy
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Gordon Research Seminar — Origins of Solar Systems
22 Jun 2019 - 23 Jun 2019 • Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, United States
IAU Symposium: Galactic Dynamics in the Era of Large Surveys
23 Jun 2019 • Shanghai, China
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Gordon Conference on Origins of Solar Systems: Meteoritical, Spacecraft and Astrophysical Perspectives on the Assembly and Composition of Planets
23 Jun 2019 • South Hadley, MA, United States
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IAU Symposium: Galactic Dynamics in the Era of Large Surveys
23 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Shanghai, China
Galaxy dynamics is key to our understanding of the assembly history and current structure of galaxies. Surveys of the Milky Way, Local Group, and nearby and distant galaxies, are mapping their kinematics and chemistry in unprecedented detail. The deluge of data is helping to clarify the role of interactions, gas cycle, star formation, nuclear activity, dynamical and secular evolution in shaping galaxies, and is also raising new questions. The conference will review our current knowledge and address the major challenges to our understanding of galaxy structure and evolution.
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Gordon Research Conference — Origins of Solar Systems
23 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, United States
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Friedmann.10 — Tenth Alexander Friedmann International Seminar on Gravitation and Cosmology and Fourth Symposium on the Casimir Effect
23 Jun 2019 - 29 Jun 2019 • Saint Petersburg, Russia
The objective of the meeting is to promote contacts between scientists working in the field of Relativity, Gravitation and Cosmology and related fields. It is well known that the important role in Gravitation and Cosmology is played by the Casimir effect. To underline this, special Symposia devoted to this effect have been included in the Programs of the 7th, 8th, and 9th Friedmann Seminars. The Casimir effect is a multidisciplinary subject. Its applications extend from gravitation and cosmology to the van der Waals forces, materials properties, precise measurements and nanotechnology.
Classical gravity, quantum gravity, quantum effects in curved space-time, theoretical astrophysics, Casimir effect
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EWASS 2019 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science
24 Jun 2019 • Lyon, France
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Astrochemistry: From nanometers to megaparsecs - A symposium in honour of John H. Black
24 Jun 2019 • Gothenburg, Sweden
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Summer School: "Multiscale Modeling of Astrophysical and Space Plasmas"
24 Jun 2019 • New York City, United States
CosmoGold IAP 2019 — The golden age of cosmology from Planck to Euclid
24 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Paris, France
Cosmology is living a scientific golden age characterized by an unprecedented amount of high-quality data. A very large number of different experiments, aimed at observing the universe from the very early times of the Cosmic Microwave Background till the latest evolution of the Large Scale Structure, are currently testing cosmological models and measuring cosmological parameters at percent and sub-percent level. The 35th annual IAP conference will therefore be dedicated to cosmology. It will be a landmark of our current understanding of the universe in a moment of transition between the two largest ESA missions on this subject, the Planck satellite, whose final data release happened mid-2018, and Euclid, slated for launch in 2021.
Cosmology, CMB, weak lensing, BAO, Hubble constant, gravitational waves, BBN, clusters of galaxies, cosmic concordance, LCDM, Planck, Euclid, future short/mid/long-term experiments, data anaysis and challenges
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Merging Visions: Exploring Compact-Object Binaries with Gravity and Light
24 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
The conference brings together astrophysicists and observers to discuss the progress across the entire gravitational-wave and electromagnetic spectra.
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Feedback and its Role in Galaxy Formation
25 Jun 2019 • Spetses , Greece
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Radio/Millimeter Astrophysical Frontiers in the Next Decade
25 Jun 2019 • Charlottesville, VA, United States
This workshop is intended to review the astrophysical frontiers identified in the Science White Papers submitted to the Astro 2020 Decadal Survey. A particular focus will be on those science frontiers that demand observations at centimeter and/or millimeter wavelengths across all Astro 2020 thematic areas. It is anticipated that a broad range of innovative ideas and approaches will be described, and that this workshop will allow those ideas to be explored in view of the current and forthcoming facilities, notably including the next-generation Very Large Array (ngVLA). The program will be designed primarily around contributed presentations highlighting science frontiers and potential observations with the ngVLA. Such observations will additionally be discussed in the broader context of multi-wavelength and multi-messenger astronomy.
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IAU Symposium 354 - Solar and Stellar Magnetic Fields: Origins and Manifestations
30 Jun 2019 • Copiapo, Chile, Chile
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Alpine Cosmology Workshop 2019 (ACW19)
30 Jun 2019 • La Berarde , France
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The Beginnings and Ends of Double White Dwarfs
01 Jul 2019 • Copenhagen, Denmark
14th International Conference on Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows (ASTRONUM-2019)
01 Jul 2019 • Paris, France
From winds to jets: the role of outflows in compacts binaries
01 Jul 2019 • Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Netherlands
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Torun Astrophysics, Spectroscopy and Quantum Chemistry school (TASQ)
01 Jul 2019 • Torun, Poland
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ECT* workshop — Nuclear and astrophysics aspects for the rapid neutron capture process in the era of multimessenger observations
01 Jul 2019 - 05 Jul 2019 • ECT* Trento, Italy
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ICNFP 2019 — 8th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics
01 Jul 2019 - 20 Jul 2019 • Kolymbari, Greece
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OMEG15 — The 15th International Symposium on Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies
02 Jul 2019 - 05 Jul 2019 • Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto Un, Japan
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14th Hellenic Astronomical Conference
07 Jul 2019 • Volos , Greece
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22nd GRG — 22nd International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation
07 Jul 2019 - 12 Jul 2019 • Valencia, Spain
GR22 is the latest in the series of triennial international conferences held under the auspices of the International Society on General Relativity and Gravitation. This conference series constitutes the principal international meetings for scientists working in all areas of relativity and gravitation. The Amaldi conferences are held under the auspices of the Gravitational Wave International Committee. Since 1997, they have been held every two years and are regarded as the most important international conferences for the gravitational-wave detection community. In Valencia, GR22 and Amaldi13 are organized as a joint event.
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13th Eduardo — 13th Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Waves
07 Jul 2019 - 12 Jul 2019 • Valencia, Spain
GR22 is the latest in the series of triennial international conferences held under the auspices of the International Society on General Relativity and Gravitation. This conference series constitutes the principal international meetings for scientists working in all areas of relativity and gravitation. The Amaldi conferences are held under the auspices of the Gravitational Wave International Committee. Since 1997, they have been held every two years and are regarded as the most important international conferences for the gravitational-wave detection community. In Valencia, GR22 and Amaldi13 are organized as a joint event.
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Kavli Summer Program In Astrophysics 2019: Machine Learning in the era of large astronomical surveys
08 Jul 2019 • Santa Cruz, California, USA, United States
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HEPRO VII — High Energy Phenomena in Relativistic Outflows VII
09 Jul 2019 • Barcelona, Spain
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'Barefoot EoR': The first billion years of the Universe
14 Jul 2019 • Fitzroy Island Resort, Queensland, Australia
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Advancing Theoretical Astrophysics
15 Jul 2019 • Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Tensions between the Early and the Late Universe
15 Jul 2019 - 17 Jul 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
The standard cosmological model successfully describes observations from widely different epochs of the Universe, from primordial nucleosynthesis all the way to the present day. As the basic cosmological parameters of the model are being determined with increasing and unprecedented precision, it is not guaranteed that the same numerical values for the models’ parameters will continue to fit observations from widely different epochs. Discrepancies between observations at early and late cosmological time, if confirmed at high significance, would require an expansion of the standard model, and may perhaps lead to the discovery of new physics.
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BASIS-2019 — BASIS Foundation Summer School 2019 "Evolution of galaxies and stars"
15 Jul 2019 - 27 Jul 2019 • Sochi, Russia
The 2019 school “ Evolution of galaxies and stars” will be devoted to astrophysics - theory and observations of galaxy formation and evolution and physics of core-collapse supernovae and stellar explosions. The school will include 7 lecture courses, 8-10 academic hours each.

The program targets the advanced students, PhD students and young researchers specializing in theoretical astrophysics. The purpose of the School is to provide modern physical basis in major topics in theory of galaxy formation and evolution and in theory of core-collapse supernovae and stellar explosions. The school will take place at the «SIRIUS” Education Centre (Sochi). 45 minutes drive time from Sochi International Airport.

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galaxy formation and evolution, stellar core collapses, supernova explosions
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Modeling Meerkats: Comparing galaxy formation simulations to MeerKAT surveys
17 Jul 2019 • Kruger Park, South Africa
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Great Barriers in Planet Formation
21 Jul 2019 • Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia
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2019 Sagan Summer Workshop
22 Jul 2019 • California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, United States
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Holographic QCD
22 Jul 2019 - 26 Jul 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
In the last few years there has been renewed interest in QCD and hadronic dynamics using holographic gauge/gravity duality, resurge of the large N methods, progress in string models, integrability, unitarity and bootstrap and more. Also, many new experimental results were reported by ALICE at LHC regarding collectivization in pp and pA collisions, by LHCb at CERN and the B- and C-factories regarding the existence of exotics and the spectroscopy of heavy-light systems, and more recently the reporting of 2 neutron star mergers by the LIGO collaboration and its constraint on the nuclear dense equation of state. The conference will bring together practitioners of these interdisciplinary fields to discuss these exciting new developments, and explore the relevance of the holographic framework for addressing these observations.
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ICRC 2019 — 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference
24 Jul 2019 - 01 Aug 2019 • Madison, WI, United States
The International Cosmic Ray Conference, or ICRC, is a physics conference organized biennially by the Commission C4 (Astroparticle Physics) of the International Union of Pure and Applied Sciences (IUPAP) since 1947, where physicists from the world present the results of their research in Astroparticle Physics. The meeting covers cosmic-ray physics, neutrino physics, gamma-ray astonomy, dark matter, particle astrophysics, and detector techniques in these fields.
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Kurt Gödel’s Legacy: Does Future lie in the Past?
25 Jul 2019 • Vienna, Austria
The Kurt Gödel Society intends to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Gödel’s seminal publication and the 100th anniversary of the decisive experimental verification of general relativity by organizing a conference at the University of Vienna, Austria. This event should bring together the prominent researchers from the fields of Physics, Mathematics, Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence.
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Understanding cosmological observations
28 Jul 2019 • Benasque, Spain
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19w5140 — Time-like Boundaries in General Relativistic Evolution Problems
28 Jul 2019 - 02 Aug 2019 • Oaxaca, Mexico
Casa Matemática Oaxaca (CMO)
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Nine Billion Years of Neutral Gas Evolution
29 Jul 2019 • Garching, Germany
TESS Science Conference I
29 Jul 2019 • MIT, Cambridge, MA, United States
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Python in Astronomy 2019
29 Jul 2019 • Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD, , United States
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Long Wavelength Array Users Meeting
01 Aug 2019 • Albuquerque, NM , United States
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Progenitors of Type Ia supernovae
05 Aug 2019 • Lijiang, Yunnan Province, China
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Progenitors of SNe Ia — Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae
05 Aug 2019 - 09 Aug 2019 • Lijiang, China
The nature of the progenitors of Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) has remained unclear though SNe Ia play a vital role in many areas of modern astrophysics. Numerous progenitor models have been proposed in the past, including the single-degenerate (SD) model, the double-degenerate (DD) model, the sub-Chandrasekhar mass model, and quite a few variants of these. The progenitor debate has remained heated in recent years as new observations, new explosion simulations and new supernova models have provided a wealth of new, sometimes contradictory constraints; different population synthesis models also make different predictions, although - with standard assumptions - they generally do not produce the required rates in either the Chandrasekhar-mass SD or DD model. On the other hand, there has been doubt whether sub-Chandrasekhar models can reproduce the observed properties of the majority of SN Ia explosions. Different observational constraints seem to favour different progenitor models. This conference is held to deepen our understanding of the progenitors of SNe Ia, to elucidate the connection between the progenitors and the observed properties of SNe Ia and their remnants and to provide a pathway of how to ultimately resolve the debate.
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Observations of SNe Ia, Supernova Remnants and Surviving Companions, Signatures of the CS environment and Companion Constraints, Progenitor models, Explosion models, Nucleosynthesis and Chemical, Enrichment, Binary Population Synthesis, Progenitor Evolution and Supernova Cosmology
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GLCW12 — Great Lakes Cosmology Workshop 12
06 Aug 2019 - 08 Aug 2019 • Rochester, New York, United States
The Great Lakes Cosmology Workshop is a forum for students, postdocs, and senior scientists from around the Great Lakes region, North America, and the world to meet and discuss the latest results, ideas, and problems in modern cosmology. The 2020s will be the decade of large surveys of the spatial, spectral, and temporal characteristics of the cosmos, and current and upcoming instruments, measurements, and scientific interpretations promise to transform our understanding of the history and origin of cosmic structure. The 12th Great Lakes Cosmology Workshop will be held in Rochester, NY in August 2019 and will provide an opportunity for scientists working in the field to come together in an open, inclusive workshop devoted to understanding the origin, state, and fate of our universe and the structures within it.
Cosmology, Large Scale Structure, Cosmic Microwave Background, Galaxy Structure, Galaxy Formation, Intensity Mapping, Dark Matter, Dark Energy
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From AGN to Starburst: A Multi-wavelength synergy
12 Aug 2019 • Guiyang, China
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Multiscale Phenomena in Plasma Astrophysics
12 Aug 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
DM@LHC 2019 — Dark Matter at the Large Hadron Collider 2019
13 Aug 2019 - 16 Aug 2019 • Seattle, Washington, United States, United States
The goal of the Dark Matter@LHC 2019 workshop is to bring together the experimental and theory communities interested in collider-based searches for dark matter, to review the current status and discuss potential avenues into the future. We are looking forward to an exciting and fruitful workshop!
Dark Matter DM DM@LHC Long-lived particle LLP Dark Sectors
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Extreme Solar Systems IV
18 Aug 2019 • Reykjavik, Iceland
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CosmoCruise2019: From the Early to the Late Universe
18 Aug 2019 • Venice, Italy
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Astrophysics in the LIGO/Virgo Era
18 Aug 2019 • Aspen, CO, United States
CosmoCruise — CosmoCruise2019: From the Early to the LAte Universe
18 Aug 2019 - 25 Aug 2019 • Venice, Italy
The program will include the following topics: Inflation, Theory, Primordial Black Holes, CMB, Reionization, Large Scale Structure (Surveys, SN, Ly-alpha,...), N-body simulations, Gravitational Waves, Gravitational Lensing, Galaxy Clusters, Galaxy Formation, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Particle Astrophysics. Alternative Models to LCDM, ...
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Stars and their Variability, Observed from Space
19 Aug 2019 • Vienna, Austria
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Gravity meets Plasma Workshop
19 Aug 2019 • Kunming, China
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Extreme Solar Systems IV
19 Aug 2019 • Reykjavik, Iceland
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Hot-wiring the Transient Universe VI
19 Aug 2019 • Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, United States
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Stars and their Variability, Observed from Space
19 Aug 2019 - 23 Aug 2019 • Vienna, Austria
Convene top scientists and discuss still open issues in modeling of stars due to discrepancies between theory and observations, concerning the physics needed to describe their structure (convection, rotation, magnetic fields, etc.) and evolution (from genesis to end of life), considering the interaction with their environment (winds out and in, outbursts, magnetic fields, etc.), and being member of ensembles (from binaries to galaxies). What are the most recent achievements in space observations and theory? Finally, attract the young generation, and develop a strategy for the future. Demonstrate the innovative role of BRITE-Constellation for developing a significant research potential of nanosatellites.
Werner W. Weiss;     Phone: [+43-(0)664-73478374];     Email:
Stellar structure and evolution, theory versus observations, role of observations from space
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Star on the Run II
25 Aug 2019 • Potsdam, Germany
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Non-Standard Cosmology Probes
25 Aug 2019 • ASPEN, Aspen Center for Physics, United States
Astro Hack Week 2019
26 Aug 2019 • Cambridge, UK, United Kingdom
Celebrating the first 40 years of Alexander Tielens' contribution to science: the physics and chemistry of the ISM.
02 Sep 2019 • Avignon, France
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Views on the Interstellar Medium in galaxies in the ALMA era
02 Sep 2019 • Bologna, Italy
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Matera Oscura / Dark Matera - cosmology and dark matter with galaxies and clusters
02 Sep 2019 • Matera, Italy
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Matera Oscura / Dark Matera - cosmology and dark matter with galaxies and clusters
02 Sep 2019 - 06 Sep 2019 • Matera, Italy
One of the most important and long-lasting challenges of modern astrophysics is understanding and unveiling the nature of dark matter. Despite the many uncertainties on its composition, dark matter is considered the main driver of large-scale structure formation in the Universe and, together with dark energy, accounts for 95 per cent of the total energy budget of the universe. The nature of dark matter and the standard LCDM models can be tested on many scales, from the shape of the cosmic web to the properties of galaxies and galaxy clusters, down to particle physics experiments aiming at detecting the dark matter particles. This conference aims at bringing together experts on galaxies, galaxy clusters, numerical simulations and observations, as well as dark matter detectors and alternative cosmological models. In this way, we hope to encourage stimulating and comprehensive discussions on the state of the art of dark matter models and boost research collaboration between different sides.
cosmology, dark matter, galaxies, galaxy clusters, lensing, dark matter detection, alternative cosmologies
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7th International Colloquium on Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of GNSS
04 Sep 2019 • Zurich, Switzerland
Universe of Binaries, Binaries in the Universe
07 Sep 2019 • Telc, Czech Republic
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The Pleiades and friends: stellar associations in the Gaia era
09 Sep 2019 • A Corua, Spain, Spain
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Extremely big eyes on the early universe
09 Sep 2019 • Rome, Italy, Italy
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Connecting Micro and Macro Scales: Acceleration, Reconnection, and Dissipation in Astrophysical Plasmas
09 Sep 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
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Connecting Micro and Macro Scales: Acceleration, Reconnection, and Dissipation in Astrophysical Plasmas
09 Sep 2019 - 12 Sep 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
This conference will highlight the recent achievements and challenges in understanding nonlinear multiscale phenomena in astrophysical plasmas, bringing together theorists, simulators and observers who work on both astrophysical and space plasmas. The subjects will include the microphysics of shock acceleration and long range cosmic ray feedback in galaxies, the properties of reconnection in astrophysical and space plasmas, including its effect on particle acceleration, and the physics of turbulent cascades in magnetized plasmas of galaxy clusters and accretion disks.
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TAUP 2019 — 16th International Conference on Topics in Astroparticle and Underground Physics
09 Sep 2019 - 13 Sep 2019 • Toyama, Japan
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Compact white dwarf binaries - from SN Ia progenitors to gravitational wave sources
15 Sep 2019 • Yerevan, Armenia
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Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics IX
15 Sep 2019 • Frankfurt, Germany
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Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics IX
15 Sep 2019 - 20 Sep 2019 • Schloss Waldthausen, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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Physics of Stars and Planets: Atmospheres, Activity, Magnetic fields
16 Sep 2019 • Shamakhy, Azerbaijan
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ERICE 2019 - INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS — 41st Course: Star Mergers, Gravitational Waves, Dark Matter and Neutrinos in Nuclear, Particle and Astro-Physics, and in Cosmology
16 Sep 2019 - 24 Sep 2019 • Erice, Trapani, Sicily, Italy
The purpose of the meeting is to bring together experts and young researchers in the areas of nuclear, particle and astro-physics as well as cosmology and the pertinent interrelations among these fields. The aim is to discuss the current status of the field and to explore future directions, both in experiment and theory. With the recent observation of gravitational-wave signals of black-hole and neutron-star mergers - for the latter in coincidence with electromagnetic signals -, the meeting is particularly timely. The aim is to cover a broad range of topics to elucidate synergies and identify areas of future progress. This should be especially beneficial to the younger participants of the meeting.
Binary Star Mergers - the observations of gravitational waves, Binary Star Mergers – simulations, Binary Star Mergers – nucleosynthesis, Direct and indirect Dark Matter Searches, Axions - Dark Matter?, Dark Matter Searches at the LHC, Neutrino Mass from Tritium Decay, Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay (Majorana versus Dirac Neutrino), Neutrino Mass from electron Capture, Elastic Neutrino scattering – COHERENT, The Reactor Neutrino Spectrum Anomaly, Search for the Cosmic Neutrino Background, Neutrinos and Cosmology
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Mapping Central Regions of Active Galactic Nuclei
19 Sep 2019 • Guilin, China
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Gravitational Waves from the Early Universe
20 Sep 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
Gravitational waves promise a new window into the highest-energy events in the evolution of the universe. The recent LIGO/Virgo detections of gravitational waves from the mergers of binary black holes and binary neutron stars and have ignited interest in the future direction of gravitational wave astronomy. A space-based laser interferometer, pioneered by NASA's LISA concept and the European Space Agency's eLISA program and ESA's recent spectacularly successful LISA Pathfinder mission, would enable direct detection of gravitational waves in the milliHertz range. A lower frequency range would allow detection of supermassive black hole mergers, tracing the galaxy merger history and serving as cosmic sirens to probe the universe's expansion history, as well as precursors for the LIGO sources. A space-based detector would also be sensitive to stochastic gravitational wave backgrounds produced by unknown physics operating in the very early universe, including an electroweak phase transition. This Nordita program will bring scientists together to engage in an effort to characterize and detect sources contributing to the gravitational wave background from the early universe, and the implications for new physics at the TeV scale and beyond.
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The functioning of galaxies: challenges for Newtonian and Milgromian dynamics: A workshop at the University of Bonn
23 Sep 2019 • Bonn, Germany
Crete III - Through dark lanes to new stars - Celebrating the career of Prof. Charles Lada
23 Sep 2019 • Crete, Greece
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Gravity2019 — The functioning of galaxies: challenges for Newtonian and Milgromian dynamics: A workshop at the University of Bonn
23 Sep 2019 - 27 Sep 2019 • Bonn, Germany
One of the greatest current unsolved problems in physics is whether gravity, which is the least understood of the fundamental "forces", is universally Newtonian in the classical limit. The nature of gravitation is even unclear, but whatever the physical origin of gravitation, the empirical formulation of how a body is accelerated as a result of the mass-distribution around it can be applied to study the formation and evolution of galaxies.

With this meeting we aim to foster a discussion between the scientists who have been studying galaxies and cosmology in the dark matter and Milgromian frameworks which constitute two fundamentally different hypotheses. The aim is to achieve an exchange notably also on the technical challenges in applying both hypothesis to computational astrophysics problems in view of recent advances in understanding stellar populations, which are important for quantifying feedback processes.

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Dark matter, MOND, galaxies, cosmology, computational astrophysics
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Multi-Messenger Astrophysics in the Gravitational Wave Era
24 Sep 2019 • Kyoto, Japan
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Diversity of the Local Universe
30 Sep 2019 • Nizhnij Arkhyz, Russia
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NuSYM2019 — 9th International Symposium on Nuclear Symmetry Energy
30 Sep 2019 - 04 Oct 2019 • Danang City, Vietnam
Following the tradition of the previous NuSYM symposia, NuSYM2019 is aimed to host synergies between the studies of nuclear structure, of nuclear reactions and of astrophysics, including new exciting ideas and all possible breakthroughs. The nuclear symmetry energy and its density dependence are known to govern to a large extent the physics of nuclear masses and radii, the collective excitations at moderate excitation energies, up to the dynamics and observables of the high-energy heavy-ion collisions that explore regimes characterized by higher densities and isospin asymmetry of nuclear matter, especially, with radioactive beams. Last but not least, the understanding of the density dependence of nuclear symmetry energy is of paramount importance in the context of the forefront research related to the astrophysical modelling of the stellar and explosive nucleosynthesis, of supernovae and kilonovae (first observed in the aftermath of GW170817), as well as of the properties of neutron stars and their mergers.
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Cosmic Controversies
05 Oct 2019 • Chicago, IL, United States
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ADASS XXIX — The Annual Conference on Astronomical Data Analysis and Software Systems
06 Oct 2019 • Groningen, Netherlands
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The Milky Way 2019: LAMOST and Other Leading Surveys
14 Oct 2019 • Yichang, Hubei, China
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In the Spirit of Lyot 2019
21 Oct 2019 • Tokyo, Japan
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White Dwarfs as probes of fundamental physics and tracers of planetary, stellar and galactic evolution - IAU Symposium 357
21 Oct 2019 • Hilo, Hawaii, United States
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Gamma-ray Bursts in the Gravitational Wave Era 2019
28 Oct 2019 • Yokohama, Japan
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The XVI Latin American Regional IAU Meeting
03 Nov 2019 • Antofagasta , Chile
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4th COSPAR Symposium: Small Satellites for Sustainable Science and Development
04 Nov 2019 • Herzliya, Israel, Israel
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4th Symposium of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR): Small Satellites for Sustainable Science and Development “COSPAR 2019”
04 Nov 2019 - 09 Nov 2019 • Herzliya, Israel
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JCMT Users Meeting
06 Nov 2019 • Taipei, Taiwan
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TeVPA 2019 — 2019 TeV Particle Astrophysics
02 Dec 2019 - 12 Dec 2019 • Sydney, Australia
TEXAS 2019 — Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics
15 Dec 2019 - 20 Dec 2019 • Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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235th AAS Meeting — 235th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
05 Jan 2020 - 09 Jan 2020 • Honolulu, HI, United States
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Inflationary Reheating Meets Particle Physics Frontier
03 Feb 2020 - 06 Feb 2020 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
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.
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Cloud Academy II
08 Mar 2020 • Les Houches School of Physics, St-andrews, United Kingdom
Globular Clusters at the Nexus of Star and Galaxy Formation
30 Mar 2020 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
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Uncovering the Physics of Formation of Globular Clusters and their Host Galaxies
11 May 2020 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
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Uncovering the Physics of Formation of Globular Clusters and their Host Galaxies
11 May 2020 - 14 May 2020 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
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.
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COOL STARS 21: Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun
21 Jun 2020 • Toulouse, France
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14th Asia-Pacific Regional IAU Meeting (APRIM)
06 Jul 2020 • Perth, Western Australia, Australia
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Exoplanets III
27 Jul 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
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43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly and Associated Events
15 Aug 2020 • Sydney, Australia, Australia
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EUROWD20: 22nd European Workshop on White Dwarfs
17 Aug 2020 • Tbingen, Germany
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237th AAS Meeting — 237th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
03 Jan 2021 - 07 Jan 2021 • Phoenix, AZ, United States
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239th AAS — 239th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2022 - 13 Jan 2022 • Washington DC, United States
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241st AAS Meeting — 141th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2023 - 12 Jan 2023 • Seattle, WA, United States
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245th AAS Meeting — 245th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
12 Jan 2025 - 16 Jan 2025 • National Harbor, MD , United States
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