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Message SF2A No 412 - 01/03/10


Message SF2A No 412 - 01/03/10

1. RAPPEL - Prix SF2A 2010
2. IRAM, date limite pour le prochain appel à observations : le jeudi 18 mars 2010
3. PAHs and the Universe : a Symposium to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the PAH hypothesis, 31 mai - 4 juin 2010, Toulouse
4. The 11th annual international meeting “Fundamental Frontiers of Physics”, 6 - 9 July 2010, Paris
5. The 14th Paris Cosmology Colloquium 2010 : "The Standard Model of the Universe : theory and observations", 22 - 24 July 2010, Paris

1. RAPPEL - Prix SF2A 2010

Nous tenons à vous rappeler la date limite du 31 mars pour candidater aux prix SF2A 2010. Cette année, deux prix jeunes chercheurs/ses seront attribués :
- Un prix chercheur(se)
- Un prix enseignant-chercheur

Les modalités pour candidater sont données sur cette page

Le conseil de la SF2A

2. IRAM, date limite pour le prochain appel à observations : le jeudi 18 mars 2010

L’appel à propositions d’observation sur les instruments de l’IRAM (le 30m à Pico Veleta et l’interféromètre du Plateau de Bure) pour la période allant du 1er juin au 30 novembre 2010 est ouvert.

La date limite est le jeudi 18 mars 2010 à 17h00.

Toutes les informations sont disponibles dans ce document PDF.

Transmis par Jérôme Pety

3. PAHs and the Universe : a Symposium to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the PAH hypothesis, 31 mai - 4 juin 2010, Toulouse

Twenty five years after the initial proposal, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) molecules are now considered as an abundant and ubiquitous component of interstellar and circumstellar matter, playing a major role in the physical and chemical evolution of astronomical objects. The highly interdisciplinary field of interstellar PAH research combines molecular physics and physical chemistry aspects of large molecules and applies it to astronomical questions. Indeed, PAHs are now rapidly becoming a tool to study the Universe in a variety of fields within astronomy ranging from cosmology to the study of protoplanetary disks.

The PAH Symposium will be the opportunity to discuss the state-of-the-art of the PAH hypothesis and to chart the future in this very exciting time of the Herschel and Planck missions. Whether you are expert in the area of astronomical observations, laboratory studies, and astronomical modeling of interstellar PAHs or you just want to learn about this exciting subject, please join the conference.

Please note the following important DEADLINES :
- Deadline for abstracts of oral presentations : February 28th 2010 has been extended to March 8th 2010
- Deadline for abstracts of poster presentations : April 15th 2010
- Deadline for registration (payment of conference fees) : May 3rd 2010 (change of registration fees after April 15th : 350—> 400 Euros)

For further details, visit the conference website.

Christine Joblin and Xander Tielens for the SOC

4. The 11th annual international meeting “Fundamental Frontiers of Physics”, 6 - 9 July 2010, Paris

The Symposium develops around five themes :
- Big Bang Cosmology / Dark Energy
- Dark Matter/Astroparticles
- Particle physics and Fundamental Interactions
- From Intrication to Quantum Information and Quantum Gas
- Epistemology, History of Physics

Parallel sessions will be organized as mini-workshops consisting mostly of twenty minutes oral presentations.

The deadline for submission of an abstract is the 15th of June and for early registration to “Fundamental Frontiers of Physics” is the 25th of June, 2010.

Please visit the website of the conference for all relevant information.

Transmis par Sarodia Vydelingum

5. The 14th Paris Cosmology Colloquium 2010 : "The Standard Model of the Universe : theory and observations", 22 - 24 July 2010, Paris

The Conference is within the astrofundamental physics spirit of the Chalonge School, on recent observational and theoretical progress on the CMB, Inflation, astrophysical dark matter, dark ages, dark energy, and the theory of the early universe with predictive power.

In summary, the aim of the meeting is to put together real cosmological data and hard theory predictive approach connected to them in the framework of the Standard Model of the Universe.

Topics : Observational and theoretical progress in the CMB, astrophysical dark matter, dark energy, dark ages . Large and small scale structure formation. Inflation in connection with the CMB and LSS data, slow roll and fast roll inflation, quadrupole suppression and initial conditions, low CMB multipoles. CMB polarization. Neutrinos in cosmology.

The Meeting is open to all scientists interested in the subject. All Informations about the meeting and registration to it are displayed at this URL.

Early Registration is strongly encouraged.

The format of the Meeting is intended to allow easy and fruitful mutual contact and communication.

Sessions last for three full days in the beautiful parisian campus of Observatoire de Paris (built on orders from Colbert and to plans by Claude Perrault from 1667 to 1672). All sessions take place in the historic Perrault building ("Bâtiment Perrault") of Observatoire de Paris HQ, under the portraits of Laplace, Le Verrier, Lalande, Arago, Delambre and Louis XIV.

An exhibition will retrace the 19 years of activity of the Chalonge School and George Smoot participation to the School along these 19 years

Informations on the previous Paris Cosmology Colloquia and of the school events are available at this URL (lecturers, lists of participants, lecture pdf files and photos during the Colloquia).

Transmis par l’Ecole Dnaiel Chalonge

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