Past Conferences & Meetings

Número de entradas: 29

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Octubre 2017

ESA XMM-Newton meeting


Lugar: ICE (CSIC-IEEC)
Inicio: 30/10/2017
Fin: 31/10/2017

Small committee for ESA XMM-Newton 2017-2018 planning.
Lugar: ICE (CSIC-IEEC)
Inicio: 30/10/2017
Fin: 31/10/2017
Small committee for ESA XMM-Newton 2017-2018 planning.
09
Octubre 2017

PAU Survey collaboration meeting


Lugar: ICE Building: L3-01
Inicio: 09/10/2017
Fin: 11/10/2017

The PAU Survey (PAUS) will provide completed fluxed limited accurate redshift and spectral energy distribution information for millions of galaxies (and stars) to a depth and area never explored before. This is done without the need of target selection which provides a valuable tool to understand sample…
Lugar: ICE Building: L3-01
Inicio: 09/10/2017
Fin: 11/10/2017
The PAU Survey (PAUS) will provide completed fluxed limited accurate redshift and spectral energy distribution information for millions of galaxies (and stars) to a depth and area never explored before. This is done without the need of target selection which provides a valuable tool to understand sample selection and completeness.

The evidence for an accelerated expansion of the universe has created a crisis in our understanding of the universe and the fundamental laws of physics. PAUS will shed new light into the Physics of the Accelerating Universe by providing accurate and complete redshift characterization for millions of galaxies.
13
Septiembre 2017

Python for Astronomers and Particle Physicists


Lugar: ICE
Inicio: 13/09/2017
Fin: 15/09/2017

This workshop is designed to introduce ICE and IFAE astronomers and particle physicists to modern programming practices in Python specifically applicable to their scientific research. The course is intended to be hands-on so that participants will be able to follow, discuss and reuse the examples explained…
Lugar: ICE
Inicio: 13/09/2017
Fin: 15/09/2017
This workshop is designed to introduce ICE and IFAE astronomers and particle physicists to modern programming practices in Python specifically applicable to their scientific research. The course is intended to be hands-on so that participants will be able to follow, discuss and reuse the examples explained during each lesson. Sessions will cover from the most basic programming practices to intermediate-advanced tools specific for scientists.
04
Septiembre 2017

IV Cosmology and the Quantum Vacuum


Lugar: Segovia (Spain)
Inicio: 04/09/2017
Fin: 08/09/2017

This is the fourth edition of this workshop, organised by members of the ICE. The workshop is focused on different aspects of modern theoretical cosmology, the challenge to be consistent with experimental data and the necessary connection of cosmological theories with the quantum nature of the vacuum.
Lugar: Segovia (Spain)
Inicio: 04/09/2017
Fin: 08/09/2017
This is the fourth edition of this workshop, organised by members of the ICE. The workshop is focused on different aspects of modern theoretical cosmology, the challenge to be consistent with experimental data and the necessary connection of cosmological theories with the quantum nature of the vacuum.
03
Julio 2017

1st Institute of Space Sciences Summer School: Neutron Stars and their Environments


Lugar: Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio - Campus UAB
Inicio: 03/07/2017
Fin: 07/07/2017

During July 1967, Profs. Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Antony Hewish started taking data at the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory that would lead a few months later to the discovery of the first pulsar. This year, to commemorate the 50 anniversary of the event, Neutron Stars and their Environments will…
Lugar: Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio - Campus UAB
Inicio: 03/07/2017
Fin: 07/07/2017
During July 1967, Profs. Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Antony Hewish started taking data at the Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory that would lead a few months later to the discovery of the first pulsar. This year, to commemorate the 50 anniversary of the event, Neutron Stars and their Environments will be the theme of the 1st Institute of Space Sciences Summer School. The School program covers many aspects of neutron stars, from fundamental physics (equation of state, magneto-thermal evolution) through observations of isolated and accreting pulsars and pulsar wind nebulae across the electromagnetic spectrum, including thermonuclear explosions and generation of gravitational waves in binary systems. The Institute of Space Sciences will welcome around 30 Master and Doctoral students to attend the Summer School: they will broaden their knowledge on this exciting field as well as get in touch with the other research groups working at the Institute.
02
Julio 2017

Mini-Workshop in Gravitation and Cosmology


Lugar: Rhodes Island (Greece)
Inicio: 02/07/2017
Fin: 05/07/2017

The workshop covers topics related to modified theories of gravities, other theories of Dark Energy and Inflation, the description of the Universeís evolution in these theories and the elegant and compulsory modification of these within the theoretical framework of quantum gravity.
Lugar: Rhodes Island (Greece)
Inicio: 02/07/2017
Fin: 05/07/2017
The workshop covers topics related to modified theories of gravities, other theories of Dark Energy and Inflation, the description of the Universeís evolution in these theories and the elegant and compulsory modification of these within the theoretical framework of quantum gravity.
28
Mayo 2017

FAIRNESS 2017


Lugar: Sitges
Inicio: 28/05/2017
Fin: 03/06/2017

FAIRness 2017 is the fifth edition in a series of workshops designed to bring together excellent international young scientists with research interests focused on physics at FAIR. The topics of the workshop cover a wide range of aspects in both theoretical developments and current experimental status,…
Lugar: Sitges
Inicio: 28/05/2017
Fin: 03/06/2017

FAIRness 2017 is the fifth edition in a series of workshops designed to bring together excellent international young scientists with research interests focused on physics at FAIR.

The topics of the workshop cover a wide range of aspects in both theoretical developments and current experimental status, concentrated around the four scientific pillars of FAIR. There will be an inspiring mixture of new theoretical developments and experimental research:
* Atomic and plasma physics, biophysics, material sciences and applications
* Nuclear structure, astrophysics and reactions
* Physics of hot and dense nuclear matter, QCD phase transitions and critical point
* Hadron Spectroscopy, Hadron Structure, Hadrons in matter and Hypernuclei
* Experimental programs APPA, CBM, HADES, NUSTAR, PANDA, as well as BES, NICA and the RHIC beam energy scan 
25
Abril 2017

AHEAD Simulations Working Group kick-off meeting and MEGALIBschool


Lugar: ICE (CSIC-IEEC), Campus UAB
Inicio: 25/04/2017
Fin: 28/04/2017

Meeting of the Gamma-Ray Community of AHEAD   VENUE: The meeting will take place at the new building of the ICE  http://www.ice.csic.es    HOW TO GET THERE  Please visit the Location webpage in this site: http://www.ice.csic.es/en/content/6/location   ACCOMMODATION   You…
Lugar: ICE (CSIC-IEEC), Campus UAB
Inicio: 25/04/2017
Fin: 28/04/2017

Meeting of the Gamma-Ray Community of AHEAD   VENUE: The meeting will take place at the new building of the ICE  http://www.ice.csic.es    HOW TO GET THERE  Please visit the Location webpage in this site: http://www.ice.csic.es/en/content/6/location   ACCOMMODATION   You can choose between Barcelona and the UAB Campus. I would recommend you to stay in Barcelona, unless you prefer to be inside the campus. * Barcelona: You should do the reservation yourself, for instance through booking.com. One hotel in Barcelona that according to some visitors has a good relation quality/price is http://www.booking.com/hotel/es/sunotel-club-central.en-gb.html but there are many others. * Campus UAB: there’s the Hotel Vila Universitaria http://www.hotelcampusuab.com/ES/hotel.html
LOGISTICS   We should charge you with a registration fee, that will cover coffee breaks and lunch in the campus, in a buffet-style cantine. It will be more convenient because then we have a table(s) reserved and we don’t have to queue for paying each one of us. I suggest to have 2 registration fees (exact value TBD, but around 50 EUR for attendants staying 2 or less days and 100 EUR for more than 2 days, respectively . Registration should be paid by cash directly at ICE.   Contact: Margarita Hernanz
06
Marzo 2017

2nd International M31 Recurrent Nova Workshop


Lugar: ICE
Inicio: 06/03/2017
Fin: 08/03/2017

The 2nd International M31 Recurrent Nova Workshop is a meeting of the international M31N 2008-12a monitoring collaboration. The meeting aims at bringing together experts on the subjects of nova observations and theoretical nova models. We will discuss recent advances in our understanding of the unique…
Lugar: ICE
Inicio: 06/03/2017
Fin: 08/03/2017

The 2nd International M31 Recurrent Nova Workshop is a meeting of the international M31N 2008-12a monitoring collaboration. The meeting aims at bringing together experts on the subjects of nova observations and theoretical nova models. We will discuss recent advances in our understanding of the unique 1-yr recurrent nova M31N 2008-12a in the light of new multi-wavelength observations and improved models of the eruption physics. In addition, we will present and discuss recent related results on nova populations, specific Galactic and extragalactic novae, advances in theoretical simulation techniques, and future plans. This meeting will provide a comprehensive discussion on the state of the art of recurrent nova science and will map out the scope and direction of future studies.   SOC: Martin Henze (ICE), Matt Darnley (LJMU)   LOC: Martin Henze (ICE), Laura Delgado (ICE), Margarita Hernanz (ICE)   Participants:
  • Matt Darnley (Liverpool John Moores University, UK)
  • Laura Delgado (ICE, Spain)
  • Joana Figueira (UPC Barcelona, Spain)
  • Izumi Hachisu (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • Martin Henze (ICE, Spain)
  • Margarita Hernanz (ICE, Spain)
  • Amy Igarashi (San Diego State University, USA)
  • Jordi Jose (UPC Barcelona, Spain)
  • Stella Kafka (American Association of Variable Star Observers, USA)
  • Mariko Kato (Keio University, Japan)
  • Gloria Sala (UPC Barcelona, Spain)
  • Tim O'Brien (University of Manchester, UK)
  • Allen Shafter (San Diego State University, USA)
  • Michael Shara (American Museum of Natural History, USA)
  • Steven Williams (Lancaster University, UK)
13
Febrero 2017

Euclid Galaxy Clustering Science Working Group meeting.


Lugar: Sala Alberto Lobo
Inicio: 13/02/2017
Fin: 15/02/2017

Anual meeting of the Galaxy Clustering Science Working Group of the ESA/Euclid satellite. 
Lugar: Sala Alberto Lobo
Inicio: 13/02/2017
Fin: 15/02/2017
Anual meeting of the Galaxy Clustering Science Working Group of the ESA/Euclid satellite. 
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