New Horizons in Planetary Systems 2019

Country: USA

City: Victoria

Abstr. due: 01.02.2019

Dates: 13.05.19 — 17.05.19

Area Of Sciences: Earth sciences;

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Organizers: NRC Herzberg


The 2019 meeting “New Horizons in Planetary Systems” is a science conference jointly organized by NRC Herzberg in Victoria, BC and NRAO in Charlottesville, VA under the auspices of the NAASC (North American ALMA Science Center). This meeting will have a broad scope, including planetary systems in formation within protoplanetary disks, minor objects in the solar system, debris disks and exoplanets, with a focus on, but not limited to, ALMA observations and/or talks related to areas of ALMA observations.  As the name suggests, we plan to highlight results from the New Horizons spacecraft, which will have its KBO flyby in January 2019.  

The science organization of this meeting has strived to invite speakers from across the EM spectrum, so the meeting is not limited to ALMA experts or uniquely ALMA science areas. Invited speakers have been asked to give broadly accessible review talks. We encourage all those interested in the science scope of the meeting to attend and submit abstracts for contributed talks and posters.

Meeting attendance will be capped at 250 participants. This is a hard cap, and registrants interested in the meeting once the cap is reached will be placed on a waitlist.

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