1. Informations sur l’UAI dans le cadre de son centenaire
2. Conference "Gaia’s view of Pre-Main Sequence Evolution : Linking the T Tauri and Herbig Ae/Be Stars", 18-21 June, Weetwood Hall, Leeds - UK
3. EWASS 2019 Special Session 16 : The physics of accretion columns : young stellar objects and cataclysmic variables
4. EWASS 2019 Special Session 18 : Star and planet evolution : a journey along with the stellar rotation
5. L2S2 : Lines in the Large Scale Structures, The 13th Edition of the Marseille Cosmology Conference Series, 8-12 Jul 2019, Marseille
6. IAU Symposium 355, The Realm of the Low Surface Brightness Universe, 8-12 July 2019, Tenerife, Spain
7. IFAS5 Summer school, Pune, India 16-24 August 2019, Spectroscopy and Spectrographs
Chères et chers collègues,
je vous fais suivre ces informations transmises par Ewine van Dishoeck, présidente de l’UAI et Teresa Lago, secrétaire générale de l’UAI dans le cadre des célébrations des 100 ans de l’UAI en 2019. Il s’agit d’actions et d’événements organisés par l’union.
IAU Women and Girls in Astronomy Day : https://www.inclusive-astronomy.org...
The International Astronomical Union 1919–2019 : 100 Years Under One Sky Flagship event will be held on 11–12 April 2019 at the Palace of the Academies in Brussels : https://www.iau-100.org/iau100-brus...
The IAU Amateur Astronomy Day Event in Belgium will be hosted on 13 April 2019 at the Palace of the Academies in Brussels : https://www.iau-100.org/amateur-ast.... The first event dedicated to amateur astronomers hoping this can be a place where both amateurs and professionals share their experiences and contributions to astronomy.
Call Opened for Participation in the Open Astronomy Schools project : https://www.iau-100.org/teacher-tra...
Join the IAU100 Dark Skies for All Global Project to Help Save the Milky Way for Future Generations : https://www.iau-100.org/darkskies-f...
Bring the Above and Beyond Exhibition to your Community : https://www.iau-100.org/exhibition-...
Transmis par Guy Perrin
We are pleased to announce that the calls for registrations and abstracts are now open : www.starry-project.eu/final-conference/.
Pre-Main sequence evolution – models and observations
T Tauri stars, Herbig Ae/Be stars, related objects and their links
Evolution of the circumstellar disks
Accretion, theory, observations, episodic accretion
The circumstellar environment, disks, outflows, planets
Clusters and multiplicity
Gaia and other modern facilities
Important Dates :
Abstract submission closes : 15 April 2019
Registration closes : 30 April 2019
Conference details can be found on our website. If you have any questions about the conference then please contact us by email.
Local Organising Committee
Transmis par Evelyne Alecian
We intend to bring together modelers, observers, and experimental physicists to confront our understanding of the physics of magnetic accretion columns that govern the properties and evolution of young stellar objects and cataclysmic variables. We will discuss the various approaches undertaken to evaluate how accretion columns impact the star, its atmosphere (chromosphere, corona), and surroundings (e.g. circumstellar disks, winds, and jets), and what are the observational diagnostics to be expected from X-ray to near-IR wavelengths. The main goal is to foster discussions between two communities who rarely meet and work separately on young stellar objects and cataclysmic variables. It is also an opportunity to consolidate a dialog between observers, theoreticians and laboratory physicists, in order to develop a more comprehensive view of the physics of accretion columns.
Website and abstract submission (dead-line March 3rd) :
Transmis par Jerome Bouvier
The goal of this special session is to provide the community with a complete overview of the physical processes linked to the stellar rotation that are involved in star-planet systems’ evolution. We aim to reunite European stellar and planetary physicists, asteroseismologists, hydrodynamicists, and observers to discuss the latest constraints and results coming from up-to-date observations and recent numerical modelling.
Transmis par Florian Gallet
Deadline for abstract submisson : 22nd March 2019
Deadline for contributed talk submission : 22nd March 2019
Deadline for flash talk submission : 15th May 2019
Results of abstract evaluation : 20th April 2019
Deadline for registration and fee payment : 7th June 2019
1) ISM in galaxies
2) Gas and star formation in the cosmic web
3) Interplay between small and large scales from the Cosmic Dawn to the EoR
4) The promise of cross-correlation
5) Foreground mitigation for intensity mapping experiments
More details are given on the website : https://l2s2.sciencesconf.org/
Transmis par Guilaine Lagache
IAU Symposium 355 aims to survey the denizens of the low surface brightness skies, at all wavelengths and resolutions, to show the richness of physical processes taking place in this regime, which has not been fully explored yet. From the Zodiacal light in the Solar System all the way to the cosmological backgrounds, and from the contributions of amateurs to space-based instrumentation, this Symposium will provide participants with a broad glimpse of one of the few last niches that remain to be explored.
Important Dates :
15 March 2019 : Deadline for grant applications.
15 March 2019 : Deadline for abstract submission.
25 March 2019 : Results announced for grant applications and abstract selection.
1 April 2019 : Deadline for early-bird registration.
1 May 2019 : Announcement of programme.
8-12 July, 2019 : Symposium.
1 Sept 2019 : Deadline for submission of proceedings papers.
Transmis par David Valls-Gabaud
The IFAS5 summer school (8.5 days) will propose lectures on observational spectroscopy, covering the most recent instrumentation and techniques. The students will carry-on 40 hours research projects in groups of 4 to 5 students supervised by an expert tutor.
These research projects will give the students an expertise to extract information from MUSE (VLT) data cubes, to use inverse methods for data fusion, or to build automatic classification or analysis pipelines...
The school will select thirty students, mostly at PhD and post-doctoral levels, but some Master students will also be considered. The registrations are open until March 30th.
The school is co-organized by IUCAA (India) and CRAL-Observatoire de Lyon.
More information and registration here : https://ifas5.sciencesconf.org/
Transmis par Philippe Prugniel.
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