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1
Anomalous Microwave Emission workshop 2018
19 Oct 2018 • Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
2
The 10th Shoutheast Asia Astronomy Network (SEAAN) 2018 Meeting
19 Oct 2018 • Lampung Province, Indonesia
Event listing ID:
1037383
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Massively Parallel Large Area Spectroscopy from Space: A community workshop hosted by the ATLAS Probe Team
19 Oct 2018 • California Institute of Technology, United States
Abstract:
Scientific breakthroughs are enabled by new capabilities in astrophysical instrumentation from space platforms. The next frontier in space astrophysics is massively parallel large area spectroscopy from space. This workshop will gather scientists and engineers to discuss the science drivers and design optimizations for the next generation spectroscopic missions.
Event listing ID:
1086210
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Radiative Properties of Hot Dense Matter 2018 (RPHDM 2018) Conference
21 Oct 2018 - 26 Oct 2018 • Hamburg, Germany
Event listing ID:
982233
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VIII International Meeting of Dynamic Astronomy in Latin America and Astrodynamics Workshop
22 Oct 2018 • Tarija, Bolivia
Event listing ID:
1120723
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Global Radio Scintillometry Astrophysics 2018
22 Oct 2018 • Shanghai, China
Event listing ID:
1089150
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COSMO2018
22 Oct 2018 • Dubrovnik, Croatia
Event listing ID:
1099787
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EANAM 2018 — The Eighth East Asia Numerical Astrophysics Meeting (EANAM 2018)
22 Oct 2018 • National Cheng-Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan
Event listing ID:
1070425
Event website:
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ICPPA-2018 — The 4th International Conference on Particle Physics and Astrophysics
22 Oct 2018 - 26 Oct 2018 • Moscow, Russia
Topics:
high energy physivs, particle physics, astrophysics, neutrino physics, heavy ion, gravitation and cosmology, nuclear physics, modern detectors
Event listing ID:
1074157
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X-ray astronomy and fundamental physics
24 Oct 2018 • Newport Pagnell, United Kingdom
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MARLAM 6 — Mid-Atlantic Radio-Loud AGN Meeting 2018
25 Oct 2018 • Baltimore, MD, United States
Abstract:
MARLAM is intended to serve as an annual meetings of researchers and students working on RL AGN in the Mid-Atlantic area (e.g., within driving distance of Baltimore/Washington, DC), with hosting location rotating through local institutions. This one-day meeting will feature talks on the latest research and discoveries in RL AGN and related topics, in order to foster a greater contact in the local community and give opportunity to scientists working on RL AGN to give a more informal and informative talk on their research than might be possible at larger meetings. Note: although a regional meeting, anyone interested in RL AGN is welcome to attend. This is a FREE meeting. More information at the website link.
Contact:
Phone: [410-455-2534];     Email: meyer@umbc.edu
Topics:
Radio-Loud AGN, Jets, Active Galaxies,
Event listing ID:
1072745
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Towards an All-Sky Radio SETI Telescope
30 Oct 2018 • University of Manchester, United Kingdom
13
Cosmic Dust and Magnetism
31 Oct 2018 • Daejeon, Korea, South Korea
Event listing ID:
1011079
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Chemistry Day at Impression 5!
03 Nov 2018 • East Lansing, MI, United States
Abstract:
National Chemistry Week 2018 will investigate the chemistry of stars and gases, light and the electromagnetic spectrum, and more through our theme, “Chemistry is Out of This World!”
Event listing ID:
1120812
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XXX Canary Islands Winter School — Big Data Analysis in Astronomy
04 Nov 2018 • La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain
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The 8th KIAS workshop on Cosmology and Structure Formation
04 Nov 2018 • Korea Institute for Advanced Study, South Korea
Event listing ID:
1106845
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The 8th KIAS workshop on Cosmology and Structure Formation
04 Nov 2018 - 09 Nov 2018 • Seoul, South Korea
Abstract:
Our understanding of the distribution of matter in the Universe has made rapid progress in recent years. Increasingly sophisticated simulations on both small and large scales, coupled with high-quality galaxy data has introduced a new era of precision cosmology. The aim of this workshop is to review the latest theoretical, computational and observational advances in cosmology and large-scale structure, and to promote collaboration between specialists in different fields.
Contact:
Email: cosmology2018@kias.re.kr
Topics:
Large Scale Structure, Modern Computational Techniques in Cosmology, Early Universe, Simulations, Evolution of Galaxies
Event listing ID:
1102494
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Massive Stars and Supernovae
05 Nov 2018 • Bariloche, Argentina, Argentina
Event listing ID:
983100
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Interstellar filament paradigm: On their formation, evolution, and role in star formation
05 Nov 2018 • Nagoya, Japan
Event listing ID:
976471
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Hendrik van de Hulst Centennial Symposium: The Interstellar Medium of Galaxies: Status and Future Perspectives
05 Nov 2018 • Leiden, Netherlands
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WE-Heraeus-Symposium - The Hubble constant controversy: status, implications and solutions
10 Nov 2018 • Berlin, Germany
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ADASS XXVIII — Astronomical Data Analysis Systems & Software 2018
11 Nov 2018 • College Park, MD, United States
Event listing ID:
965924
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Fourth Workshop on Numerical and Observational Astrophysics: simulating the Universe
12 Nov 2018 • Buenos Aires, Argentina
Event listing ID:
1046972
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The Life And Times Of The Milky Way: The Symbiosis Between Gaia And Ground-Based Spectroscopic Surveys
12 Nov 2018 • Shanghai, China
Event listing ID:
1033400
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PARTICLE ACCELERATION AND TRANSPORT: FROM THE SUN TO EXTRAGALACTIC SOURCES
12 Nov 2018 • Universit della Calabria, Rende, Italy
Event listing ID:
1064592
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NS Merger Training Workshop - Electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources data training
12 Nov 2018 • Bertinoro, Italy
Event listing ID:
1106869
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Tercer Workshop Astronoma en los Andes
12 Nov 2018 • Lima, Peru
Event listing ID:
1120797
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7th International VLBI Technology Meeting 2018
12 Nov 2018 • Krabi, Thailand
Event listing ID:
1016869
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5th International Conference on Artificial Light at Night 2018
12 Nov 2018 • Salt Lake City, UT, United States
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Exploring the Universe: Near Earth Space Science to Extra-Galactic Astronomy
14 Nov 2018 • Kolkata, India
Event listing ID:
1106864
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EXPUNIV2018 — Exploring the Universe: Near Earth Space Science to Extra Galactic Astronomy
14 Nov 2018 - 17 Nov 2018 • Kolkata, India
Abstract:
It brings us a great pleasure to announce an International conference during 14th -17th November, 2018 on "Exploring the Universe: Near Earth space science to extragalactic astronomy" (EXUNIV2018), to be organized by the Department of Astrophysics and Cosmology of S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, INDIA. This conference is a part of the year long celebration of the 125th birth anniversary of Prof. Sateyndra Nath Bose, the founder of quantum statistics, to be organized by S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences. The conference will cover all the major topics of the Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Science starting from near earth to cosmological distance. As such this conference is expected to bring experts from many fields and interdisciplinary discussions would be encouraged. Accordingly, many of the talks are expected to be review type in the respective subject area.
Contact:
Dr Soumen Mondal;     Email: soumen.mondal@bose.res.in
Topics:
Galaxies at highest red-shifts, Active Galaxies, Galaxy formation and evolution, Star formation and evolution, Astrochemistry in star forming regions, Physics of compact objects, Accretion and outflows around black hole, neutron stars and white dwarfs, Gamma Ray Bursts: Models and Observations, Novae and Supernovae explosions, Exo-planets, Solar-terrestrial interactions and space weather, Earth as a gigantic detector of high energy phenomena, Radio propagation through Earth-ionosphere wave guide, Gravitational Waves: threory and observations, Major observational facilities around the world.
Event listing ID:
1104038
32
Des mirages dans l'Univers : les lentilles gravitationnelles
16 Nov 2018 • Morges, Switzerland
Abstract:
20h15 l'auditoire du gymnase de Morges. Conférence grand public par le Prof. Georges Meylan - EPFL. Entrée libre.
Contact:
ASTRAC;     Email: info@astrac.ch
Topics:
mirages, gravitationnel, lentilles, astronomie, smiley, hubble
Event listing ID:
1131627
Event website:
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The Survival of Dense Star Clusters in the Milky Way System
19 Nov 2018 • Heidelberg, Germany
Event listing ID:
1007016
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AHEAD — X-ray and Multi-wavelength Surveys School
19 Nov 2018 • Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics,, Germany
Abstract:
AHEAD aims at providing young astronomers the specific theoretical and practical skills to successfully exploit the current and future generation of large surveys. We will include in-depth discussion of both high-energy experiments and multi-wavelength surveys across the entire electromagnetic spectrum. To this end, world class experts in several fields will deliver lectures and conduct hands on sessions, including analysis of real catalogs and data. The students will have the opportunity to interact with renowned scientists in a highly motivating environment.
Event listing ID:
1096636
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Weighing Stars from Birth to Death: How to Determine Stellar Masses?
19 Nov 2018 • Leiden, Netherlands
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IV KROME School on Computational Astrochemistry
26 Nov 2018 • Concepcin, Chile, Chile
Event listing ID:
1011088
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CENAG — Chemical Evolution and Nucleosynthesis Across the Galaxy
26 Nov 2018 • Heidelberg, Germany
Event listing ID:
1089212
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SILAFAE 2018 — 12th Latin American Symposium of High Energy Physics
26 Nov 2018 - 30 Nov 2018 • Lima, Peru
Abstract:
The Latin American Symposium of High Energy Physics (SILAFAE) congregates the Latin American particle physics community, with the aim of discussing our current knowledge and the future perspectives in particle and astroparticle physics, including topics such as gravitation and cosmology. This is achieved mainly through theoretical and experimental plenary talks, as well as parallel oral contributions and poster presentations.
Contact:
Email: silafae2018@pucp.edu.pe
Event listing ID:
1031625
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JSI-GWPAW 2018 — Gravitational Wave Physics and Astronomy Workshop
01 Dec 2018 - 04 Dec 2018 • College Park, Maryland, United States
Abstract:
This workshop focuses on the detection of gravitational-wave signals and their interpretation in the context of astronomy and astrophysics. The detection of gravitational-wave events by LIGO and Virgo, and the promising future of further detections by an enlarged detector network as well as pulsar timing array campaigns and space-based GW detectors, opens new opportunities for understanding compact objects, stellar and galactic evolution, and cosmology. For JSI-GWPAW 2018, we are planning a program with ample time for discussion and interaction, covering many of the hottest current and future topics enabled by the detection and detailed study of gravitational waves together with astrophysical modeling and other astronomical observations. Talks will be carefully selected to stimulate discussion and ideas for collaboration, and the workshop will also include tutorials on using data from different gravitational-wave detection projects. Poster presentations are encouraged, and poster presenters will be able to give 2-minute "sparkler" talks to advertise their posters.
Contact:
Peter Shawhan;     Phone: [301-405-1580];     Email: pshawhan@umd.edu
Topics:
gravitational waves, astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology, neutron stars, data analysis, modeling
Event listing ID:
1132029
40
KMOS@5: Star and Galaxy Formation in 3D - Challenges at KMOS 5th Year
03 Dec 2018 • ESO Headquarters, Garching, Germany
Event listing ID:
1064591
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Stellar Archaeology as a Time Machine to the First Stars
03 Dec 2018 • IPMU, University of Tokyo, Japan, Japan
Event listing ID:
1056369
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SBF-APS SP-SASEN — SBF-APS São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Experimental Neutrino Physics
03 Dec 2018 - 14 Dec 2018 • Campinas, Brazil
Abstract:
The SBF-APS São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Experimental Neutrino Physics (SBF-APS SP - SASEN) proposes to disseminate information and methods in the area, especially to young students and researchers interested in neutrino physics. It will present a general view on key topics with the aid of renowned specialists. Hands on activities will be offered in which discussion on new technologies will be stimulated. The participants will be able to present their work in the form of posters during the school. A visit to the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS) is also planned.
Topics:
Neutrino oscillation phenomenology; Long baseline neutrino experiments; Short baseline neutrino experiments; Sterile neutrinos; Supernova neutrinos; Neutrino mass measurements; Experimental techniques for neutrino detection
Event listing ID:
1118846
43
The Galactic Bulge at the Crossroads
09 Dec 2018 • Pucon, Chile
Event listing ID:
1037402
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Breakthrough Science with the Thirty-Meter-Telescope
10 Dec 2018 • Pasadena, California, United States
Event listing ID:
1120828
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QCD Meets Gravity 2018
10 Dec 2018 - 14 Dec 2018 • Stockholm, Sweden
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COSMOLOGY - THE NEXT DECADE
03 Jan 2019 • ICTS-TIFR Campus, Bangalore, India
Event listing ID:
1096606
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Cosmology - The Next Decade
03 Jan 2019 - 25 Jan 2019 • Bangalore, India
Abstract:
We are at a very exciting time in cosmology as we make new proposals for cosmological experiments and wait for the next generation of the already approved experiments to become operational. The nature of data that will be provided by the next generation of cosmological experiments would be overwhelming quantitatively (in the case of large scale structure surveys) and very different from the current data sets qualitatively (in the case of the CMB spectral distortions and polarization and 21 cm experiments). There are also large gaps — mainly driven by astrophysical uncertainties in our theoretical understanding of the large scale structure; these must be filled in order to get the full benefit of these new data sets.
Contact:
Phone: [+91 80 6730 6000, +91 80 4653 6000];     Email: cosmo2019@icts.res.in
Event listing ID:
1102237
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233rd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
06 Jan 2019 • Seattle, WA, United States
Event listing ID:
1099782
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233rd AAS — 233rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society
06 Jan 2019 - 10 Jan 2019 • Seattle, United States
Event listing ID:
1088486
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BASIC 2019 — Bahamas Advanced Study Institute and Conferences 2019
06 Jan 2019 - 12 Jan 2019 • Stella Maris, The Bahamas
Abstract:
BASIC 2019 events will begin with a multi-disciplinary physics conference to take place 6-12 January 2019, at Stella Maris, Long Island, in the Bahamas. There will be no registration fee. A precise schedule of events will be available eventually. If you would like to attend, please go to the following link to provide us with some information about you and your research interests.
Contact:
Eduardo L Guendelman;     Phone: [972 8 6472508];     Email: guendelman@fias.uni-frankfurt.de
Topics:
particle physics, gravitation, cosmology
Event listing ID:
1129181
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Spectroscopy with SOFIA: new results & future opportunities
20 Jan 2019 • Schloss Ringberg, Germany
Event listing ID:
1120805
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The Milky Way in the Gaia Era
27 Jan 2019 • Saas-Fee, Valais, Switzerland
Event listing ID:
1086338
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Extremely big eyes on the early universe
28 Jan 2019 • UCLA, United States
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12th PHISCC workshop
11 Feb 2019 • Perth, Australia
Abstract:
We present the February 2019 12th Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Pathfinder HI Survey Coordination Committee (PHISCC) workshop to be hosted in Perth, Australia. The PHISCC organises regular biannual (or annual) international meetings to coordinate scientific, observational and processing topics with regards to the HI surveys associated with the commissioning and the recently-commissioned SKA pathfinder facilities. This includes the development of scientific ideas and priorities, as well as technical tools to tackle common challenges such as RFI mitigation, visualization, source finding, data analysis, archive management and the acquisition of ancillary data.
Event listing ID:
1120733
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12th INTEGRAL conference, 1st AHEAD gamma-ray workshop
11 Feb 2019 • Geneva, Switzerland
Event listing ID:
1074066
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IDP 2019 — PERC International Symposium on Dust & Parent bodies
12 Feb 2019 • Tokyo, Japan
Event listing ID:
1120724
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Linking galaxies from the epoch of initial star formation to today
18 Feb 2019 • Sydney, Australia
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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
Event listing ID:
1073980
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Dynamical Models for Stars and Gas in Galaxies in the GAIA Era
04 Mar 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Event listing ID:
943817
60
Kepler & K2 Science Conference V
04 Mar 2019 • Glendale, CA, United States
Event listing ID:
1089170
61
Solar Helicities in Theory and Observations: Implications for Space Weather and Dynamo Theory
04 Mar 2019 - 29 Mar 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1065089
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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
Event listing ID:
1123885
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Large surveys with small telescopes: Past, Present, and Future
10 Mar 2019 • Bamberg, Germany
Event listing ID:
1106835
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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
Topics:
Astroparticle ; HEP- Theory ; HEP-Phenomenology ; Higgs ; Standard Model ; Physics BSM ; neutrino ; Gravitational waves ; cosmic rays
Event listing ID:
1124167
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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
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The life and death of star-forming galaxies
18 Mar 2019 • Scarborough, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
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Extreme Precision in Radial Velocity IV
18 Mar 2019 • Grindelwald, Switzerland
Event listing ID:
1099876
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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
Event listing ID:
1114384
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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 - 22 Mar 2019 • Pune, India
Abstract:
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.
Contact:
Phone: [+918551072659];     Email: tirth@ncra.tifr.res.in
Event listing ID:
1114101
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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
Event listing ID:
1056272
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NEW QUESTS IN STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS IV. ASTROCHEMISTRY, ASTROBIOLOGY AND THE ORIGIN OF LIFE
31 Mar 2019 • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Mexico
Event listing ID:
1123846
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Grand Challenges in Stellar Physics: Pulsating Stars in the Universe
01 Apr 2019 • Nice, French Riviera, France
Event listing ID:
1096616
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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
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1120575
Related subject(s):
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The Gaia Universe
08 Apr 2019 • ESTEC, Noordwijk, Netherlands
Event listing ID:
1086242
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Better Stars, Better Planets: Exploiting the Stellar-Exoplanetary Synergy
15 Apr 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Event listing ID:
943845
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1st International Cherenkov Telescope Array Symposium - Exploring the High-Energy Universe with CTA
06 May 2019 • Bologna, Italy
Event listing ID:
1114352
78
Effective Theories of Quantum Phases of Matter
06 May 2019 - 31 May 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1065076
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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
Event listing ID:
1074108
81
New Trends in High-Energy Physics
12 May 2019 - 18 May 2019 • Odessa, Ukraine
Abstract:
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.
Contact:
Phone: [+380673579199];     Email: jenk@bitp.kiev.ua
Topics:
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
Event listing ID:
1103124
82
The New Era of Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astrophysics
13 May 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Event listing ID:
943877
83
Exploring the Infrared Universe: The Promise of SPICA
20 May 2019 • Crete, Greece
Event listing ID:
1099819
84
Planet-Star Connections in the Era of TESS and Gaia
20 May 2019 - 24 May 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1120639
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85
Cosmic Explosions 2019
27 May 2019 - 06 Jun 2019 • Cargese, Corsica, France
Abstract:
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
Topics:
Summer school, high-energy astronomy, multi-messenger
Event listing ID:
1129255
86
Planetary Dynamics 2019
03 Jun 2019 • MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany
Event listing ID:
1096637
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Supernova Remnants II: An Odyssey in Space after Stellar Death
03 Jun 2019 • Chania, Crete, Greece
Event listing ID:
1033434
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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
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1065020
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Zooming in on Star Formation
09 Jun 2019 • Nafplio, Greece
Event listing ID:
1037293
90
AICosmo2019 — Artificial Intelligence methods in Cosmology
09 Jun 2019 - 12 Jun 2019 • Ascona, Switzerland
Abstract:
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.
Topics:
Cosmology, Machine Learning, Cosmological Information, Generative Models
Event listing ID:
1121457
91
Geospatial Week 2019 (GSW)
10 Jun 2019 - 14 Jun 2019 • Enschede, Netherlands
Event listing ID:
1037922
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Event website:
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Astrophysics of hot plasma in extended X-ray sources
12 Jun 2019 • ESAC, Madrid, Spain
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Astrophysics of hot plasma in extended X-ray sources
12 Jun 2019 - 14 Jun 2019 • ESAC, Madrid, Spain
Abstract:
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.
Contact:
XMM-Newton Workshop 2019;     Email: xmmws2019@sciops.esa.int
Topics:
Astrophysics, plasma, X-rays
Event listing ID:
1093734
94
2019 CASCA Annual Meeting (Canadian Astronomical Society/Socit Canadienne D'Astronomie)
17 Jun 2019 • McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada
Event listing ID:
1074062
95
From Stars to Planets II - Connecting our understanding of star and planet formation
17 Jun 2019 • Gothenburg, Sweden
Event listing ID:
1086389
96
Gordon Research Seminar — Origins of Solar Systems
22 Jun 2019 - 23 Jun 2019 • Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, United States
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IAU Symposium: Galactic Dynamics in the Era of Large Surveys
23 Jun 2019 • Shanghai, China
Event listing ID:
1070374
98
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
99
IAU Symposium: Galactic Dynamics in the Era of Large Surveys
23 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Shanghai, China
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1059829
100
Gordon Research Conference — Origins of Solar Systems
23 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, United States
101
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
Abstract:
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.
Contact:
Email: yuri.pavlov@mail.ru
Topics:
Classical gravity, quantum gravity, quantum effects in curved space-time, theoretical astrophysics, Casimir effect
Event listing ID:
1088305
102
EWASS 2019 — European Week of Astronomy and Space Science
24 Jun 2019 • Lyon, France
Event listing ID:
1064687
103
CosmoGold IAP 2019 — The golden age of cosmology from Planck to Euclid
24 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Paris, France
Abstract:
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.
Contact:
Email: conferenceIAP2019@iap.fr
Topics:
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
Event listing ID:
1122009
104
Merging Visions: Exploring Compact-Object Binaries with Gravity and Light
24 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Abstract:
The conference brings together astrophysicists and observers to discuss the progress across the entire gravitational-wave and electromagnetic spectra.
Event listing ID:
1120638
Related subject(s):
105
IAU Symposium 354 - Solar and Stellar Magnetic Fields: Origins and Manifestations
30 Jun 2019 • Copiapo, Chile, Chile
Event listing ID:
1123908
Event website:
106
From winds to jets: the role of outflows in compacts binaries
01 Jul 2019 • Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Netherlands
Event listing ID:
1123895
107
ICNFP 2019 — 8th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics
01 Jul 2019 - 20 Jul 2019 • Kolymbari, Greece
Event listing ID:
895440
108
'Barefoot EoR': The first billion years of the Universe
14 Jul 2019 • Fitzroy Island Resort, Queensland, Australia
Event listing ID:
1120829
109
Tensions between the Early and the Late Universe
15 Jul 2019 - 17 Jul 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1120604
Related subject(s):
110
2019 Sagan Summer Workshop
22 Jul 2019 • California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, United States
Event listing ID:
1076336
111
Holographic QCD
22 Jul 2019 - 26 Jul 2019 • Stockholm, Sweden
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1089375
112
Understanding cosmological observations
28 Jul 2019 • Benasque, Spain
Event listing ID:
952043
113
TESS Science Conference I
29 Jul 2019 • MIT, Cambridge, MA, United States
Event listing ID:
1086326
114
Extreme Solar Systems IV
18 Aug 2019 • Reykjavik, Iceland
Event listing ID:
1074052
115
Stars and their Variability, Observed from Space
19 Aug 2019 • Vienna, Austria
Event listing ID:
1086252
116
Stars and their Variability, Observed from Space
19 Aug 2019 - 23 Aug 2019 • Vienna, Austria
Abstract:
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.
Contact:
Werner W. Weiss;     Phone: [+43-(0)664-73478374];     Email: werner.weiss@univie.ac.at
Topics:
Stellar structure and evolution, theory versus observations, role of observations from space
Event listing ID:
1082428
117
Star on the Run II
25 Aug 2019 • Potsdam, Germany
Event listing ID:
1120859
118
Views on the Interstellar Medium in galaxies in the ALMA era
02 Sep 2019 • Bologna, Italy
Event listing ID:
1106841
119
Extremely big eyes on the early universe
09 Sep 2019 • Rome, Italy, Italy
120
Connecting Micro and Macro Scales: Acceleration, Reconnection, and Dissipation in Astrophysical Plasmas
09 Sep 2019 - 12 Sep 2019 • UC Santa Barbara, United States
Abstract:
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.
Event listing ID:
1120647
121
Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics IX
15 Sep 2019 • Frankfurt, Germany
Event listing ID:
976452
122
Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics IX
15 Sep 2019 - 20 Sep 2019 • Schloss Waldthausen, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Event listing ID:
1107044
Related subject(s):
123
4th COSPAR Symposium: Small Satellites for Sustainable Science and Development
04 Nov 2019 • Herzliya, Israel, Israel
Event listing ID:
1123899
124
235th AAS Meeting — 235th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
05 Jan 2020 - 09 Jan 2020 • Honolulu, HI, United States
Event listing ID:
1083061
125
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:
1120654
126
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:
1120663
Related subject(s):
127
Exoplanets III
27 Jul 2020 • Heidelberg, Germany
Event listing ID:
1099812
Event website:
128
43rd COSPAR Scientific Assembly and Associated Events
15 Aug 2020 • Sydney, Australia, Australia
Event listing ID:
1123876
129
237th AAS Meeting — 237th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
03 Jan 2021 - 07 Jan 2021 • Phoenix, AZ, United States
Event listing ID:
1083137
130
239th AAS — 239th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2022 - 13 Jan 2022 • Washington DC, United States
Event listing ID:
1083117
131
241st AAS Meeting — 141th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2023 - 12 Jan 2023 • Seattle, WA, United States
Event listing ID:
1083136
132
245th AAS Meeting — 245th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
12 Jan 2025 - 16 Jan 2025 • National Harbor, MD , United States
Event listing ID:
1083146


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