In the shadow of a millenarian Monastery, the Forum brings together scientists from all over the world to discuss the most interesting problems of astrophysics.
The Sant Cugat Forum on Astrophysics
is a logisitic and scientific framework designed to host international meetings of scientists in Sant Cugat. The Forum sessions focus on an specific aspect of astrophysics, are typically held every two years with an attendance of up to 100 scientists, featuring plenary talks, no posters, and a duration of three to four days.
This web gives account of the workshops held up to now, and details about how to propose new sessions. Use the links above to know more.
The Forum was founded in April 2009 and it was formally established by an agreement between the Sant Cugat City Hall and the Institut d'Estudis Espacials de Catalunya (IEEC). The Forum is run from the Institute for Space Sciences (IEEC-CSIC)
Visit the Forum web
for more details or contact Diego F. Torres,
the Forum Director.