8th Iberian Meeting on AsteroSeismology (8th Imas). Laying the groundwork for the road ahead
The meeting will be held from the 18th to the 21st of October 2021 and it will be fully online (in order to guarantee maximum participation in view of the current pandemic situation).
Registration is now open.
Deadline for talks abstract submission: 24 September 2021
Deadline for projects abstract submission: 24 September 2021
Science program announced: 4 October 2021
registration deadline: 14 October 2021
New insights on stellar interiors physics and evolution are being made possible by Asteroseismology. This paradigm shift has largely been due to the exquisite space-based photometry made available by CNES/ESA's CoRoT and
NASA's Kepler/K2 missions. The future is bright, with NASA's TESS and ESA's PLATO space missions promising to raise the number of known oscillating stars by several orders of magnitude, aided from the ground by dedicated networks like SONG and next-generation spectrographs like ESPRESSO.
Following the successful reinstallment last year of the Iberian Meeting on Asteroseismology (Imas Series), we give continuity to this series of meetings by welcoming the Iberian community (and its diaspora) working on asteroseismology and related fields to the 8th Iberian Meeting on Asteroseismology — Laying the groundwork for the road ahead. This will be a place to foster new collaborations, consolidate existing ones, and discuss the challenges lying ahead.
The mWorkshopeeting program will include a first-day morning session with institutional talks from invited speakers and contributed talks by student/young-researcher. This will be followed by several hands-on sessions on projects proposed by the participants. The last day of the meeting will be dedicated to discussing funding opportunities.
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Hope to see you soon,
The LOC and SOC of the 8th Imas
Aldo Serenelli (ICE-CSIC + IEEC)
Andrés Moya (UV)
Antonio García Hernández (UGR)
Javier Pascual Granado (IAA)
Savita Mathur (IAC + CEA Saclay)
Tiago Campante (IA-Porto; Chair)
Diego Bossini (Chair)
Morgan Deal (Chair)