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NASA Technosignatures Workshop
25 Sep 2018 • Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, United States
di2018 — 3rd Biennal Workshop on Dark Interactions : Perspectives from Theory and Experiment
02 Oct 2018 - 05 Oct 2018 • Upton, NY, United States
Early Career Astronomer and Astrophysicist Focus Session: The Decadal Survey
08 Oct 2018 • Washington D.C., United States
Eighth International Fermi Symposium: Celebrating 10 Years of Fermi
14 Oct 2018 • Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Multi-dimensional characterization of distant worlds: spectral retrieval and spatial mapping
15 Oct 2018 • Ann Arbor, MI, United States
Science with HabEx: UV to near-infrared space astronomy in the 2030's
15 Oct 2018 • The Flatiron Institute, NY, United States
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
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.
MARLAM 6 — Mid-Atlantic Radio-Loud AGN Meeting 2018
25 Oct 2018 • Baltimore, MD, United States
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.
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Chemistry Day at Impression 5!
03 Nov 2018 • East Lansing, MI, United States
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!”
ADASS XXVIII — Astronomical Data Analysis Systems & Software 2018
11 Nov 2018 • College Park, MD, United States
5th International Conference on Artificial Light at Night 2018
12 Nov 2018 • Salt Lake City, UT, United States
Breakthrough Science with the Thirty-Meter-Telescope
10 Dec 2018 • Pasadena, California, United States
233rd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
06 Jan 2019 • Seattle, WA, United States
233rd AAS — 233rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society
06 Jan 2019 - 10 Jan 2019 • Seattle, United States
Extremely big eyes on the early universe
28 Jan 2019 • UCLA, United States
Into the Starlight: The End of the Cosmic Dark Ages
03 Mar 2019 • Aspen Center for Physics, Aspen, CO, United States
Dynamical Models for Stars and Gas in Galaxies in the GAIA Era
04 Mar 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Kepler & K2 Science Conference V
04 Mar 2019 • Glendale, CA, United States
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.
Better Stars, Better Planets: Exploiting the Stellar-Exoplanetary Synergy
15 Apr 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
The New Era of Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astrophysics
13 May 2019 • Santa Barbara, CA, United States
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.
Gordon Research Seminar — Origins of Solar Systems
22 Jun 2019 - 23 Jun 2019 • Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, United States
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
Gordon Research Conference — Origins of Solar Systems
23 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, United States
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.
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.
2019 Sagan Summer Workshop
22 Jul 2019 • California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, United States
TESS Science Conference I
29 Jul 2019 • MIT, Cambridge, MA, United States
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.
235th AAS Meeting — 235th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
05 Jan 2020 - 09 Jan 2020 • Honolulu, HI, United States
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.
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.
237th AAS Meeting — 237th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
03 Jan 2021 - 07 Jan 2021 • Phoenix, AZ, United States
239th AAS — 239th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2022 - 13 Jan 2022 • Washington DC, United States
241st AAS Meeting — 141th meeting of the American Astronomical Society
08 Jan 2023 - 12 Jan 2023 • Seattle, WA, United States
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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Last updated: 24 August 2018