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BRICS Astronomy Workshop 2016 Astronomical Data and Computation
One of the key resolutions of the first meeting of the BRICS Working Group on astronomy in Cape Town in December, 2015, was to hold an annual workshop for astronomers in the BRICS countries, in order to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and linking interested scientists together. The topic of the 2016 workshop in Ekaterinburg, Russia will focus on Astronomical Data and Computation, involving data science, inter-operability of data, access to data archives, computational astrophysics, hardware and software access, etc.
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FIRST LIGHT: School for Graduate Students (1st announcement)
The Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences of the University of São Paulo (IAG-USP) is pleased to announce the São Paulo School of Advanced Science FIRST LIGHT: stars, galaxies and black holes in the epoch of reionization
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Extremely Big Eyes on the Early Universe
In the next decade, the commissioning of Extremely Large Telescopes (20-40m class) will allow us to see the high redshift universe using new eyes of unprecedented power. By themselves or in combination with other facilities, these new eyes will have the potential to transform our understanding of the formation and early evolution of galaxies and black holes, first light and cosmic reionization, as well as the evolution of the intergalactic and circumgalactic media.
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Portas Abertas no Observatório do Pico dos Dias
O LNA abre as portas do seu Observatório do Pico dos Dias (OPD), em Brazópolis, no dia 14 de setembro de 2019, das 14 h às 20 h. A entrada é gratuita, mas os convites são limitados. Veja como conseguir o seu convite!
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Precision Spectroscopy 2018: From the First Stars to Exoplanets
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LARIM 2019: XVI Latin American Regional IAU Meeting
Welcome to Chile! LARIM 2019 will take place in Antofagasta, a city rich in traditions and cultural expressions, in a region which is host to several of the world’s flagship astronomical projects, including VLT, ALMA and E-ELT. This conference is targeted to professional astronomers, postdocs, postgraduate and undergraduate students pursuing a research career in Astronomy. LARIM 2019 will provide an outstanding opportunity for scientific discussion and will foster new collaborations among astronomers from Latin American countries. Students and astronomers in the early stages of their research careers are especially encouraged to attend.
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Aniversario de Aristoteles: 2.400 anos!
A iniciativa visa destacar a importância do pensamento do grande filósofo grego Aristóteles.
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Workshop de espectroscopia de alta resolução
Este workshop internacional tem como objetivo a troca de experiências e capacitação da comunidade astronômica brasileira nas novas tecnologias instrumentais nesta área observacional visando o aumento da produção científica e o impacto dos resultados provenientes de pesquisas baseadas nestes dados. Ainda, tem como objetivo promover a discussão na área de desenvolvimento instrumental, incluindo mecanismos para incentivar o envolvimento de instituições acadêmicas e da indústria nacional.
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Precision Spectroscopy 2019: Rotation, Magnetic Activity and Lithium
The fifth workshop Precision Spectroscopy will focus on stellar rotation, magnetic activity and lithium abundances. These observables were shown to decay with age in a seminal paper by Skumanich (1971, ApJ, 171, 565). We will discuss both theoretical and observational aspects, with talks on modeling solar and stellar dynamos (Gustavo Guerrero), gyrochronology (Sydney Barnes), rotation and activity (José Dias do Nascimento), stellar activity cycles (Diego Lorenzo-Oliveira, Andrea Buccino), habitability around active stars (Gustavo Porto de Mello), the impact of stellar activity on planet detection (Raphaëlle Haywood), and lithium depletion in open clusters and field solar twins (Marília Carlos). As in previous workshops organized by the group SAMPA, we will have a small number of participants (about 40), providing an environment that fosters stimulating interactions among attendees. The workshop will be held at the Mackenzie University in São Paulo, Brazil. The application deadline is July 3, 2019 (Wednesday). The outcome will be released 1 or 2 weeks later. Successful applicants will be required to pay a small registration fee (40 euros for participants from abroad, and 40 reais for local participants). Albeit financial aid is not available, in the application form participants may apply for an exemption of the registration fee.
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