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|Forthcoming Meetings and events|
Astrochemistry of Life
A multidisciplinary symposium to be held as part of the Royal Society of Chemistry 2001 Annual Conference at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham. The symposium is organized by the Astrophysical Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Royal Astronomical Society.
It is planned that in addition to being a benchmark meeting in its own right, the symposium will provide a forum that will increase debate with and among chemists and biochemists, and encourage involvement in this exciting area.
Attendance at any part of the conference is restricted to those who have applied in advance. The closing date for applications in 29 June 2001; details are available on the Web site.
Chapman Conference: Atmospheric Absorption of Solar Radiation
Estes Park, Colorado, USA.
Sponsored by AGU
Contact: A Singer, AGU Meetings Department, 2000 Florica Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20009, USA
IAGAIASPEI Joint Scientific Assembly Hanoi, Vietnam.
This is a joint meeting of the International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) and the International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earths Interior (IASPEI) both within the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG)
Contact: IAGAIASPEI 2001 Joint Scientific Assembly, 1830 August, 2001 Hanoi, Vietnam Box. 411 Buu Dien Bo Ho.
Solar System Plasmas Advanced Summer School at the Institute of Mathematics, University of St Andrews.
This is an advanced summer school aimed at second and third year PhD students and young postdocs working on solar system plasmas.
The autumn 2001 MIST meeting in London will be held at the Geological Society Lecture Room, Burlington House.
Please e-mail abstracts, including title, authors and affiliations, by the deadline of 5 November
Contact: Dr A J Smith, British Antarctic Survey, Madingley Road, Cambridge CB3 0ET
Tel: 01223 221544
Fax: 01223 221226
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, California.
Abstract deadline 30 August (on paper), 6 September (electronic).
Registration and housing deadline 19 November
Contact: AGU Meetings Department, 2000 Florica Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20009, USA
The UK URSI meeting will be held at DERA, Malvern and will be hosted by the Radio Science and Propagation Group. The meeting coincides with the centenary of Marconis historic transatlantic radio transmission and it is anticipated that there will be activities to celebrate this
Contact: Paul Cannon
National Astronomy Meeting (provisionally organized) at the University of Bristol
The 2002 out-of-town spring MIST meeting will be at the University of Sheffield, hosted jointly by the Space and Atmosphere Research Group (Prof. Graham Bailey) and the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering (Dr Hugo Alleyne). The meeting will overlap with the UK Solar Physics 2002 meeting at the same venue from 10 to 12 April
Contact: Prof. Roy Moffett
European Geophysical Society XXVII General Assembly in Nice, France
28 May1 June
AGU Spring Meeting
Washington, DC, USA
The Editor welcomes suggestions for meetings to be included on this page, but cannot guarantee inclusion. Send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meetings are described here solely as a guide; up-to-date information should be sought from organizers.
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