1) Planetary Geomorphology @EGU2019

Rappelons que la date limite de soumission des résumés pour EGU 2019 (Vienne, Autriche, 7-12 avril) approche à grands pas - le 10 janvier - y compris pour la session GM1.5/PS1.2 Planetary Geomorphology. La session sur la géomorphologie planétaire accueille les résumés concernant les formes de relief, les paysages et les processus qui les façonnent sur tous les corps du système solaire. De nouvelles approches utilisant des données de télédétection, des études analogiques de la Terre et des travaux sur la simulation en laboratoire sont particulièrement encouragées. Cette session offre un forum stimulant pour des discussions interdisciplinaires, alors joignez-vous à nous une fois de plus pour un mélange de géomorphologie et de sciences planétaires.

Détails de la session et lien vers la soumission des résumés :
https://egu2019.eu/abstracts_and_programme/how_to_submit_an_abstract.html

Consignes pour les résumés:
https://egu2019.eu/abstracts_and_programme/how_to_submit_an_abstract.html

Cordialement,
Planetary Geomorphology Conveners
Susan Conway, Frances Butcher, Davide Baioni, Tjalling de Haas, Nikolaus J. Kuhn


2) BlueMUSE @ESO/VLT

Bonjour,

Je vous contacte  au sujet d’un nouvel instrument que nous proposons pour le VLT, appelé BlueMUSE.  
Avec Roland Bacon nous proposons ce concept à l’ESO pour une phase A, et qui consiste à un IFU
visible comme l’instrument actuel MUSE, et les caractéristiques suivantes :

- une couverture dans le bleu, de 350 à 600 nm
- une résolution spectrale 2x celle de MUSE (R=3000-5000 de 350 à 600 nm)
- un champ de vue 2 fois plus large en surface (1.4 x 1.4 arcmin)

Un résumé du projet est mentionné ici:
https://bluemuse.univ-lyon1.fr/

Même si une majorité de cas scientifiques concernent la science extragalactique / PNCG, nous proposons
un cas scientifique sur les comètes dont j’attache quelques pages extraites de notre proposition à ce
mail. Ce n’est très certainement pas le seul cas scientifique qui pourrait intéresser la communauté PNP.

BlueMUSE sera proposé en 2019 à l’ESO et à ce titre fait partie de la liste des moyens sols sur lesquels les
programmes nationaux sont amenés à se prononcer dans le cadre de la prospective INSU. Il nous semblait
important de vous informer de cette demande et du cas scientifique si une partie de la communauté PNP y
trouve un intérêt scientifique.

Bien cordialement,

Johan Richard

PS: N'hésitez pas à me faire remonter vos remarques, suggestions, intérêts pour cette proposition. Thierry
 
3) THE TWENTY-SIXTH COLLOQUIUM ON HIGH RESOLUTION MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY  - DIJON 2019


THE TWENTY-SIXTH COLLOQUIUM ON HIGH RESOLUTION MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY  - DIJON 2019
26 – 30 August, 2019
http://hrms2019.sciencesconf.org


The Colloquium will be held at the “Faculté des Sciences Mirande” of the “Université de Bourgogne”, 9 ave. A. Savary, DIJON – FRANCE (approximately 20 min by tramway from the train station). The local organization will be undertaken by the "Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne” (ICB).

All correspondence should be sent to the secretary of the local organizing committee:
Mme Claire PRIOU-JACOTOT
Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne, UMR 6303 CNRS-Université de Bourgogne
9 av. A. Savary, BP 47 870, F-21078 DIJON Cedex – France.
Tel. : +33 3 80 39 61 39, Fax : +33 3 80 39 59 71, E-Mail : Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.

Scientific Program:
There will be 10 invited lectures and 3 mini-symposia. Parallel sessions will be dedicated to 36 contributed lectures given by PhD students and postdocs. There will be 7 poster sessions. The covered fields are:
High resolution rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy of molecules (radicals, ions, complexes, clusters, ...).
 Molecular dynamics.
Theory assisting the prediction, simulation, and interpretation of spectra.
New techniques for high-resolution spectroscopy.
Applications to atmospheric sciences, astrophysics, planetology, combustion, gas phase biomolecules, metrology and fundamental physics, cold molecules, etc.
HRMS DIJON 2019 – First Circular – 1
Important dates:
2nd circular: February 2019
Deadline for final registration and submission of abstracts: June 1st 2019
Deadline for final reservation of accommodations: June 1st 2019
3rd circular with meeting information: July 2019
 
4) SCIENTIFIC DISCUSSION MEETING AT THE ROYAL SOCIETY, LONDON
 
This meeting, which takes place on 21 – 22 January 2019, at the Royal Society,
London, will highlight recent developments in theoretical, laboratory and
astronomical studies of the molecular ion H3+and its hydrogenated cousin
H5+ These developments include the first models of H5+, high-resolution
studies of H3+deuterated isotopologues, ultra-cold chemistry studies, new
chemical models of the Galactic Centre, and data from the space missions
Cassini (Saturn) and JUNO (Jupiter).
 
For more details see:
https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2019/01/advances-in-hydrogen/


5) Workshop on In Situ Exploration of the Ice Giants February 25-27, 2019, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille, France


Registration and abstract submission are now open

Abstract submission deadline: December 31, 2018
Early registration deadline: January 31, 2018
Maximum number of participants: 90

We are pleased to announce a workshop addressing scientific and technological topics relevant to the in situ exploration of giant planet atmospheres, including scientific questions, how to achieve them, and technological challenges. In the spirit of the Cassini-Huygens mission legacy, the workshop will also focus on potential mission concepts and international cooperation, with an emphasis on probe studies of the ice giants in the framework of future NASA-ESA collaborations.

Meeting URL : https://ice-giant-workshop.lam.fr



6) From the NanoWorld to Stardust (NW2SD), Marseille, July 17-19, 2019.


Dear Colleagues,

Please find attached the flyer announcing the International Conference "From the NanoWorld to Stardust (NW2SD)", which we organize next year in Marseille, France, during July 17-19, 2019. It will take place in a scenic location looking over the Mediterranean Sea in central Marseille.

The conference will cover areas like low-dimensional and 2D topological materials, nanostructures for spintronics, quantum computing and neuromorphic computation, nanobio and neuroscience, carbon-based nanomaterials beyond Earth, cosmic dusts, spectroscopy and chemistry on (exo)planets, comets and dust clouds, as well as dusty plasmas etc.

Eminent Plenary Speakers comprise Nobel, Wolf and Kavli Prize Laureates.
The webpage of NW2SD is: https://nw2sd.sciencesconf.org/
Email: Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.

If you are interested, we suggest to pre-register on the web site as early as possible.

Hoping to meeting you next July in Marseille,
with our best regards,


7) EGU2019: PS1.8/AS4.58 on "Atmospheres and exospheres of terrestrial planets, satellites, and exoplanets"

We would like you to invite to submit an abstract to the session
PS1.8/AS4.58 on "Atmospheres and exospheres of terrestrial planets,
satellites, and exoplanets" of the EGU2019 to be held in Vienna on 7–12
April 2019.

The deadline for the abstract submission is 10 January 2019, 13:00 CET
or, for those applying for EGU Roland Schlich travel support, 1
December 2018, 13:00 CET.

This session primarily focuses on the neutral atmospheres of
terrestrial bodies other than the Earth. This includes not only Venus
and Mars, but also exoplanets with comparable envelopes and satellites
carrying dense atmospheres such as Titan or exospheres such as
Ganymede. We welcome contributions dealing with processes affecting the
atmospheres of these bodies, from the surface to the exosphere. We
invite abstracts concerning observations, both from Earth or from
space, modeling and theoretical studies, or laboratory work.
Comparative planetology abstracts will be particularly appreciated.

If you consider submitting an abstract in this session, you can use the
following link

https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2019/abstractsubmission/31969

Hope to see you in Vienna!

Best regards,

The conveners
Francisco González-Galindo, Arnaud Beth, Arianna Piccialli


8) New Horizons in Planetary Systems - Understanding  planetary  systems  from  protoplanetary  disks  through  to  the  solar  system,  exoplanets  and  debris  disks

New Horizons in Planetary Systems
Understanding  planetary  systems  from  protoplanetary  disks  through  to  the  solar  system,  exoplanets  and  debris  disks
13-17 May 2019
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Web: http://go.nrao.edu/NewHorizons
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicplanetsys
Twitter: #VicPlanetSys
Email: Dr. Brenda Matthews, LOC Chair (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)
Registration and abstract submission are now open for the science conference New Horizons in Planetary Systems. The meeting is jointly organized by NRC Herzberg and NRAO  – as part of their roles within the North American ALMA Science Center (NAASC) and will have a broad scope, including planetary systems in formation within protoplanetary disks, minor objects in the solar system, debris disks and exoplanets. Experts will be asked to provide insights from all these fields to enhance our understanding of how planets form and evolve. Although it is organized by the NAASC, the meeting is not ALMA-centric, with a strong focus on the impact of the New Horizons mission flyby of a Kuiper Belt Object in January 2019, as well as experts from the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite and other facilities, who will be asked to provide a multi-chromatic picture of the current understanding in their fields. Invited speakers have been asked to provide broadly accessible talks.
 
The meeting will be held at the Victoria Conference Centre in the heart of picturesque Victoria, British Columbia, on Canada's Pacific coast. Local attractions include whale watching, wine tours, the world-famous Butchart Gardens, and the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory.  Excellent beaches, diving, camping and hiking are all within a day's drive from Victoria.
 
Download the conference poster.
 
 
Details
 
Invited speakers
·  Diana Dragomir (MIT Kavli Institute): TESS early results
·  Brett Gladman (UBC): theory of planet formation
·  Grant Kennedy (Warwick): debris disk constraints on planet formation
·  Heather Knutson (Caltech): exoplanet atmospheric composition
·  Emmanuel Lellouch (Obs de Paris): solar system objects, constraints on formation
·  Karin Öberg (Harvard): protoplanetary disk composition and chemistry
·  John Spencer (SWRI): New Horizons KBO flyby: first results
·  Geronimo Villaneuva (NASA Goddard): cometary chemistry and early planet formation
·  Zhaohuan Zhu (UNLV): Protoplanetary disk composition/chemistry
 
Registration
Registration is now open. There is a hard cap on meeting attendance of 250 participants. Registrants interested in the meeting once the cap is reached will be placed on a waitlist.
Financial Assistance
Travel support as well as childcare support will be available for those who need financial assistance to attend. For more information, see the meeting website: http://go.nrao.edu/NewHorizonshttp://go.nrao.edu/NewHorizons
Public Talk
The New Horizons mission and the flybys of Pluto and 2014 MU 69 will be the focus of a public talk Tuesday evening by Deputy Mission Scientist Kelsi Singer (SWRI).
Territory Acknowledgement
We acknowledge with respect the Lkwungen-speaking peoples on whose traditional territory the New Horizons in Planetary Systems meeting is being held, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.
Important Deadlines in 2019
February 1                 abstract submission deadline, applications due for travel and childcare support
February 22               contributed talk selection and travel support finalized, participants notified
March 1                     registration deadline, late registration (or waitlist)
April 12                      final registration deadline, late poster abstract submission deadline
 
best regards,
Brenda Matthews
LOC Chair


9) Two sessions at AOGS 2019, Singapore, from 28 July to 2 August 2019

PS05: Cassini's Legacy: Science Highlights and Discoveries at Saturn

Session Summary:
The Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn ended in a dramatic plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere on September 15, 2017 sending back in-situ data as long as possible. Since 2004, Cassini and the Huygens probe revealed the entire Saturn system and opened up new Ocean Worlds for further exploration. In its final 9 months Cassini’s 20 Ring-Grazing orbits bought it just outside the rings followed by a series of 22 highly inclined “Grand Finale” orbits with closest approach between the innermost D ring and Saturn’s upper atmosphere. The final 22 orbits enabled the opportunity for unique science observations including: probing of gravitational and magnetic field moments to higher order and precision; determining the ring mass; in-situ sampling of the plasma environment, upper atmosphere and exosphere; and imaging both Saturn and rings at high resolution. Data obtained on these orbits have led to surprising results. We propose a multi-disciplinary session to report on analysis and modeling of data collected during this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore Saturn up close in addition to highlighting the legacy of discoveries of the Saturn system made over thirteen years of exploration.

Conveners:
Scott Edgington, Sushil Atreya, Athena Coustenis, Wing-Huen Ip, Norbert Krupp

    We look forward to hear about your latest Cassini research.

Best regards,
Scott, Sushil, Athena, Wing, and Norbert


PS07 Magnetospheres, Atmospheres, Exospheres of Outer Planets and Their Satellites

Conveners:
Dr Norbert Krupp (Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Germany)
Prof Sushil Atreya (University of Michigan, United States)
Dr Scott Bolton (Southwest Research Institute, United States)
Dr Linda Spilker (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States)
Dr Olivier Witasse (European Space Agency, Netherlands)

This session welcomes papers about Magnetospheres, atmospheres, exospheres of Outer planets and their satellites with special emphasis on observations (both from space and from the ground), modelling, and theoretical interpretation. Abstracts on satellite interactions with their neutral and charged environments, supporting laboratory investigations and concepts for future spacecraft missions and investigations are also relevant to this session.


The abstract submission is already open and will close on Feb 12, 2019.
Please consider submitting an abstract : http://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2019/public.asp?page=abstract.htm

Hope to see you in Singapore.

Best regards,
Norbert Krupp on behalf on behalf of the conveners

1) CubeSats Concurrent Engineering Workshop 2019


Dear Sir or Madam,
 
ESA’s Education Office has recently launched the call for applications for two ESA Academy training sessions: the CubeSats Concurrent Engineering Workshop 2019 and the Ladybird Guide to Spacecraft Communications training course 2019, to be held at ESA Academy's Training and Learning Facility in ESEC-Galaxia, Belgium. Please find more information about these two opportunities below.


CubeSats Concurrent Engineering Workshop 2019:
 
ESA’s Education Office is looking for 30 talented and motivated university students to participate in the second edition of ESA Academy’s Concurrent Engineering Workshop dedicated to CubeSats, to be held from 15 to 18 January 2019. This 4-day workshop will introduce student teams to the concurrent design of a CubeSat mission, for which they will be divided in small groups to cover the different subsystems. The workshop can help to better prepare those universities that are planning to embark on a CubeSat project or are at the early stages of one.
Open to:  3rd/4th year Bachelor, Master and PhD engineering or physics students from future or early phase CubeSat teams.
Application Deadline: 26 November 2018
For more information about the workshop and on how to apply: Call for applications

Ladybird Guide to Spacecraft Communications training course 2019:

ESA's Education Office is looking for 30 highly motivated and enthusiastic university students to participate in the fourth Ladybird Guide to Spacecraft Communications training course, which will be held from 5 to 8 February 2019. The students will be introduced to the fascinating world of spacecraft communications. This training course will be constituted of formal lectures with a heavy emphasis on interactions with the students about the challenges of communicating with a spacecraft and the subsystems involved in communications (both on-board and on the ground): what can go wrong, troubleshooting, and traps to be avoided during operations and testing.
Open to: 3rd/4th year Bachelor, Master and PhD engineering students.
Application Deadline: 3 December 2018
For more information about the training course and on how to apply: Call for applications

Please do not hesitate to contact ESA Education Office for any further information and to share this information with your colleagues or on your website.

Best regards,

ESA Education Office


2) 14ème Colloque des Utilisateurs de SOLEIL

Chers Collègues,
 
Le 14ème Colloque des Utilisateurs de SOLEIL se tiendra les jeudi 17 et vendredi  18 janvier 2019, à CentraleSupélec - Bâtiment EIFFEL et à SOLEIL.

Ce rendez-vous incontournable pour la communauté des utilisateurs du rayonnement synchrotron sera cette année l'occasion d’échanges et de restitutions sur l’évolution de la machine et des lignes de lumière.

Il sera aussi le lieu pour échanger sur les aspects scientifiques, techniques et pratiques de l’utilisation du rayonnement synchrotron.

Les 2 conférences plénières couvrant différents thèmes de recherche de la communauté des utilisateurs de SOLEIL:
• Biologie et Santé
• Surfaces/Interfaces/Propriétés électroniques
 
Les sessions parallèles seront composées d’exposés scientifiques originaux, sélectionnés à partir des résumés soumis (avant le 19 novembre 2018).

 
Un temps de convivialité et de discussion sera organisé à CentraleSupélec - Bâtiment EIFFEL le jeudi 17 janvier après-midi avec la séance posters et les stands d’entreprises, qui seront suivis, à SOLEIL, par la visite des installations, l’organisation de deux forum/discussions (Data policy for users / Upgrade: “low energy” perspectives for users) et le buffet dînatoire.

Site web de la Conférence :
SUM2019
 
Nous vous invitons d'ores et déjà à vous inscrire

Pour le Comité d'Organisation

 
3) The Main Belt: A Gateway to the Formation and Early Evolution of the Solar System. Workshop, Sardinia, Italy | June 4-7, 2019

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT
 
The Main Belt: A Gateway to the Formation and Early Evolution of the Solar System
 
Workshop, Sardinia, Italy | June 4-7, 2019
 
              The Main Asteroid Belt is at the boundary of the inner and outer Solar System. It marks a transition region from the rocky volatile-poor inner terrestrial planets to the outer gaseous and icy giant planets. Asteroids also give us access to the relatively unprocessed building blocks of planet formation, with many retaining a record of processes that took place during the formation and early evolution of the Solar System.
              This workshop brings together experts to establish the current understanding of Main Belt asteroid science, as well as to debate future directions for investigation. The workshop stimulates discussions about accretion, chemistry, collisions, dynamics, geophysics, and meteorites. The workshop is limited to approximately 100 attendees.
 
Main topics:
                                  1. Planetesimal Formation
                                   2. Collisional Evolution
                                   3. Depletion & Implantation
          4. Composition & Chemistry
          5. Meteorites & Samples
          6. Space Missions

When: June 4-7, 2019 (including a half-day field trip to the 64-m dish Sardinia Radio Telescope).
Where: Villasimius, Sardinia, Italy | https://www.pullman-timiama-sardegna.com/en/
Website: http://www.iaps.inaf.it/sz/mainbelt2019/
Deadlines: January 31, 2019 (abstract submission); March 31, 2019 (early registration)
 
SOC Chairs: Maria Cristina De Sanctis, INAF, Italy / Simone Marchi, SwRI, USA
 
SOC Members:
                       Eleonora Ammannito, ASI, Italy
                        William F. Bottke, SwRI, USA
                        Fabrizio Capaccioni, INAF, Italy
                        Linda T. Elkins-Tanton, ASU, USA
                        Roger Fu, Harvard University, USA
        Thorsten Kleine, University of Münster, Germany     
        Javier Licandro, IAC, Spain
        Alessandro Morbidelli, OCA, France
        Carol A. Raymond, JPL/Caltech, USA
        Fumi Yoshida, PERC/Chitech, Japan

4) Life3E’2019: Quy Nonh, Vietnam, March 25-29th, 2nd CIRCULAR

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to invite you to contribute to the International Conference «  Life3E’2019: Search for life: from early Earth to exoplanets »  to be held in Quy Nonh, Vietnam, March 25th-29th: http://rencontresduvietnam.org/conferences/2019/search-for-life/

The program of the conference will be mainly organised around the 10 following topics, but any contribution to another topic related to astrobiology is very welcome:

  1. Specificity of our Earth and Solar system in the exoplanetary context:
    2. Host stars and habitability of their planets:
    3. Hadean and Archean interactions between atmosphere, oceans and microbial world :
    4. What the early history of our solar system tells us about the emergence of life?
    5. New directions in prebiotic chemistry : the development of protobiological complexity
    6. Chance and Necessity in the Origins of Life
    7. Where did life emerge on Earth? Was it contingent or unavoidable ?
    8. Last Universal Common Ancestor: complex or simple ?
    9. What are the earliest traces of life on Earth ?
    10. Exoplanet detection: is it possible to have unambiguous biosignatures ?
                    
    A 2-days Training School on the Basics of Astrobiology will be organized before the conference (March 22-23 th) in Hanoi.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES
    - Application for contributed talk: December 1st (notification by the SOC: December 20th)
    - Application for poster: January 10th  (notification by the SOC : January 20th)
    - Training school registration: January 20th
    - Early bird conference registration fee: January 31st (increase of fees after that date)
    - Registration and hotel booking: February 15th

Kind regards,

Muriel Gargaud (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.) and Nikos Prantzos (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)  , co-chairs of the conference


5) PLANETARY DYNAMICS CONFERENCE, Heidelberg, Germany, 3-7 June 2019.
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                     PLANETARY DYNAMICS CONFERENCE
            (part of the summer conference series at the MPIA)
                  Heidelberg, Germany, 3-7 June 2019.
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Meeting Overview and Goals
--------------------------

The meeting aims to bring together experts and students working in the
field of extrasolar planets and planetary dynamics. We hope to discuss
a variety of dynamical problems such as:

* Resonant and near-resonant pairs and chains
* Secular dynamics
* Chaos
* Three-dimensional structure and Lidov-Kozai mechanisms
* Formation and stability of S- and P- type planets in binaries
* Post-main-sequence evolution of multiple planet systems
* Solar system dynamics

The venue will be at the Haus der Astronomie
(http://www.haus-der-astronomie.de/en) at the Max Planck Institute for
Astronomy (MPIA), Heidelberg, Germany.

Conference website:
http://www.mpia.de/homes/dynamics2019

Please follow the website for updates or register for our mailing list at:
http://www.mpia.de/homes/dynamics2019/apply.php

Registration Fee:
200 Euro (which includes conference dinner and daily transportation)

Important Dates:

April 15, 2019: Deadline for applying for contributed talk or poster
Early May 2019: Program with talk contributions should be released
  May 25, 2019: Deadline for general participation
June 3-7, 2019: Conference

Scientific Organizing Committee:

    Debra Fischer (Yale University)
    Thomas Henning (MPIA, Heidelberg)
    Hubert Klahr (MPIA, Heidelberg)
    Gregory Laughlin (Yale University)
    Man Hoi Lee (The University of Hong Kong)
    Rosemary Mardling (Monash University)
    Ruth Murray-Clay (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    Alice Quillen (University of Rochester)
    Trifon Trifonov (MPIA, Heidelberg)
    Yanqin Wu (University of Toronto)

We hope to see you next summer in Heidelberg!


All the best,
Trifon
on behalf of the SOC


6) CENTAUR EXPLORATION WORKSHOP: THE ROOTS OF ACTIVITY

Please note updated information.

March 6-8, 2019
Florida Space Institute, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.

https://cew2019.arc.nasa.gov

NOI, Registration and Abstract Submission: Now Open
NOI Deadline: November 30, 2018
Registration and Abstract Submission Deadline: January 7, 2019

This is a workshop addressing the scientific importance and space
exploration relevance of active centaurs, with a specific focus on
mapping knowledge gaps and paths forward.

In-situ participation will be capped: Consider registering early and
submitting an abstract.

Online participation will be available: Will require registration and
notice of acceptance.

The workshop's impetus is two-fold: Advance our understanding of how
small bodies originate, evolve and become active beyond Jupiter's
orbit; Planning of Earth-based and space-based exploration strategies
aimed at representative objects of the Centaur population. We will
include forward-looking presentations and free discussions to allow
for streaming of ideas and encourage inclusive participation.

We strongly encourage the participation of early career researchers
(including graduate students and postdoctoral researchers). We aim
for the workshop to result in a white paper and a plan for a
multi-wavelength observing campaign.
        
Questions? Please contact the organizers:
Gal Sarid (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)
Maria Womack (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)


7) CASSINI SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

The Cassini Project will host a five-day Cassini Science Symposium
May 20-24, 2019. The meeting will be held at the Applied Physics
Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland.

DEADLINE:
Abstracts will be due 15 February 2019. Additional information,
including the meeting website, will be included in a future notice.
For now, please save these dates.

A combination of invited review talks, contributed oral and poster
papers are solicited covering the latest Cassini findings on the
Saturn system, including the interpretation and synthesis of results.
Sessions will include interdisciplinary talks and will cover the
following disciplines: Rings, Titan, Icy Satellites, Magnetospheres
and Saturn. Talks emphasizing Saturn-Jupiter synergies are encouraged.
Discipline-focused workshops will also be held during the late
afternoons. This Symposium can serve as a springboard for future
studies and space missions. Future mission posters will be accepted.

We hope to see you there.

Linda J. Spilker
Chair, Symposium Organizing Committee


8) Associate Professorship or Professorship in Theoretical Astrophysics in the Department of Physics at Oxford University


I would be grateful if you could bring to the attention of suitable candidates the opening of an Associate Professorship or Professorship in Theoretical Astrophysics in the Department of Physics at Oxford University.   The appointment is in the general area of astrophysical dynamics (broadly defined), with a preference for candidates interested in the theory of self-gravitating systems and its application to observational data.

Further details and a link to the online application system can be found at  
https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=136301
Sincerely,
-- Prof. Caroline Terquem Oxford University / University College Physics Dept The Denys Wilkinson Building Keble Road Oxford OX1 3RH - UK Tel: +44 (0)1865 283029


9) Positions at Niels Bohr International Academy (NBIA)

We have several openings at the Niels Bohr International Academy (NBIA)
in the Niels Bohr Institute, including several Postdoctoral Fellowships
and 5-yr positions at the Assistant and Associate Professor Level.

We are seeking outstanding candidates in all branches of Theoretical and
Computational Astrophysics to be considered for

Louis-Hansen Foundation Assistant and Associate Professorships at NBIA
https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/4091ac2b

Novo Nordisk Foundation Prize Postdoctoral Fellowships at NBIA
https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/1a31c7e5

I will very much appreciate it if you could forward this information to
potential candidates.

Best,
Martin


10) Faculty Position in Applied Mathematics at Northwestern University

Dear Colleagues,

Please bring this to the attention of appropriate candidates. This is an opportunity for a possible joint hire between Astrophysics and Applied Math at Northwestern.

We may be especially interested in candidates with research expertise in numerical methods for astrophysical fluid dynamics, numerical relativity, and nonlinear dynamics connected to planetary systems.

Best regards,

Fred

https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/95bc3496

Job Announcement Text:

Northwestern University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Applied Mathematics to begin in September 2019 in the Department of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics (http://www.mccormick.northwestern.edu/applied-math/). Hiring will be focused on the assistant professor level, although exceptional applicants at all levels will be considered.

Candidates in all fields of applied mathematics, science, and engineering with a demonstrated ability to conduct high-impact interdisciplinary research in applied mathematics are encouraged to apply. Northwestern University offers a stimulating environment, encouraging collaborations across departments and schools. Collaborations of our current faculty span multiple departments in the McCormick School of Engineering, the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, and the Feinberg School of Medicine in areasincluding materials science, earth sciences, fluid dynamics, complex systems, microbiology, neuroscience, and social systems, to highlight a few. Our faculty actively participate in interdisciplinary centers such as the Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, the Center for Synthetic Biology, the Center for Hierarchical Materials Design, the Center for Interdisciplinary Exploration and Research in Astrophysics, and the Center for Water Research, among others. The recently funded NSF-Simons Center for Quantitative Biology is a joint initiative primarily between the Department of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics and the Department of Molecular Biosciences. We are seeking candidates whose research has strong connections to applications and who can strengthen and/or broaden the research activities of the department.

Astrophysicists with Applied Math expertise are invited to apply.

The application package should include a curriculum vita, a statement of research accomplishments and interests, a statement of teaching experience and philosophy, and 3-4 selected publications. In addition, the applicant should arrange for at least three, but no more than four letters of recommendation. Recommendation letters will be automatically solicited from the letter writers by email after their names are entered in the online application system.

Review of applications will begin November 15, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, underrepresented racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

1) Vénus et Venus Express à l'IPSL


Le pôle "Système Solaire" de l'IPSL vous convie à la demi-journée "Vénus
et Venus Express à l'IPSL" qui se tiendra à l' amphithéâtre Charpak sur
le campus Pierre & Marie Curie de Sorbonne Université le jeudi 15
novembre 2018 de 14h à 17h.

https://www.ipsl.fr/fr/Actualites/Evenements/Venus-et-la-mission-Venus-Express-a-l-IPSL

Programme :

J.-L. Bertaux (LATMOS-IPSL): Présentation générale et historique de la mission Venus Express
E. Marcq (LATMOS-IPSL) : Synthèse des résultats principaux de Venus Express
F. Lefèvre (LATMOS-IPSL): Cycle du soufre et nuages
S. Lebonnois (LMD-IPSL) : Super-rotation et dynamique atmosphérique
A. Piccialli (BIRA) : Ondes atmosphériques de Vénus
G. Gilli (IA) : La haute atmosphère de Vénus
T. Widemann (LESIA) : Présent et futur de l'exploration de Vénus

Merci d'avance et à bientôt j'espère,
Emmanuel Marq


2) New Horizons in Planetary Systems

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.


Invited Speakers

Diana Dragomir (MIT Kavli Institute) – Review of early results from the TESS mission
Brett Gladman (University of British Columbia) - Review of theoretical work on late planet formation / small bodies/KBOs / exoplanets and their connection to planet formation
Grant Kennedy (Warwick University/University of Cambridge) - Review of debris disk observations and constraints they place on planet formation
Heather Knutson (Caltech) - Review of exoplanet atmospheric composition, with relation to planet formation processes
Emmanuel Lellouch (Observatoire de Paris) – Review of millimetre observations of solar system objects
Karin Öberg (Harvard University) – Review of protoplanetary disk composition / chemistry
John Spencer (Southwest Research Institute) – Review of the New Horizons mission and first results on KBO flyby
Geronimo Villanueva (NASA Goddard) - Review of cometary chemistry and early planet formation
Zhaohuan Zhu (University of Nevada Las Vegas) – Review of protoplanetary disk structure

 9 July 2018       pre-registration opens
 22 October 2018  registration/abstract submission opens
 1 Feb 2019     abstract submission deadline, applications due for travel and childcare support
 22 Feb 2019     contributed talk selection and travel support finalized, participants notified
 1 March 2019     registration deadline, late registration begins (or waitlist)
 12 April 2019     final registration deadline, late poster abstract submission deadline
 19 April 2019     close of waitlist

 

3) EGU2019: PS1.8/AS4.58 Atmospheres and exospheres of terrestrial planets, satellites, and exoplanets

Dear colleagues,

I’m pleased to announce that the abstract submission is open for EGU2019, held in Vienna on 7-12 April.

The deadline for the abstract submission is 10 January 2019, 13:00 CET or, for those applying for EGU Roland Schlich travel support, 1 December 2018, 13:00 CET.

I would like to draw your attention to our session: Atmospheres and exospheres of terrestrial planets, satellites, and exoplanets

"This session primarily focuses on the neutral atmospheres of terrestrial bodies other than the Earth. This includes not only Venus and Mars, but also exoplanets with comparable envelopes and satellites carrying dense atmospheres such as Titan or exospheres such as Ganymede. We welcome contributions dealing with processes affecting the atmospheres of these bodies, from the surface to the exosphere. We invite abstracts concerning observations, both from Earth or from space, modeling and theoretical studies, or laboratory work. Comparative planetology abstracts will be particularly appreciated.”

If you consider submitting an abstract in this session, you can use the following link
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2019/abstractsubmission/31969

Hope to see you in Vienna!

Best regards,

The conveners
Francisco González-Galindo, Arnaud Beth, Arianna Piccialli


4) 7th European Lunar Symposium (ELS) will be held in Manchester, UK, on 21-23 May 2019


Dear All,

We are pleased to announce that the 7th European Lunar Symposium (ELS) will be held in Manchester, UK, on 21-23 May 2019. The meeting, organised in partnership with NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI), will cover current advances and prospects in lunar science and exploration in Europe and elsewhere.

Building upon successful previous ELS meetings and acknowledging a growing interest in lunar science exploration worldwide, we anticipate a larger number of participants for ELS 2019. In order to make necessary logistical arrangements, we would like your help in letting us know before the 5 December 2018 about your firm intention to attend ELS 2019.

Please register your interest on the ELS 2019 website main page - https://els2019.arc.nasa.gov

Romain Tartèse (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.), Katherine Joy (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.) and Mahesh Anand (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)

(on behalf of the ELS Organizers)

 
5) Journée IRAM-France - 31 janvier 2019

Journée IRAM-France - 31 janvier 2019 - Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)
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Save the date: Journée IRAM - Paris, 31 janvier 2019
Adresse: Amphithéâtre de l’Institut de physique du Globe
         1 rue Jussieu, Paris 5eme

Depuis sa fondation en 1979, l'IRAM fédère la communauté
(sub-)millimétrique et permet à la France de disposer d'instruments
exceptionnels pour l'observation de l'Univers froid. Ces 10 dernières
années, les capacités du télescope de 30m et de l'interféromètre du Plateau
de Bure (aujourd'hui NOEMA) ont décuplé. Les développements instrumentaux
en cours vont encore considérablement augmenter leurs capacités dans les
années à venir. L'IRAM présentera les capacités actuelles de ses deux
observatoires et les futurs développements dans le cadre d'un atelier
organisé à Paris sur une journée. L'objectif est notamment de discuter de
programmes observationnels français ambitieux pour tirer au mieux parti de
ces nouvelles capacités et profiter ainsi pleinement des investissements
effectués.

L'ensemble de la communauté est invité. Nous encourageons en particulier
les jeunes (chercheurs, post-docs, étudiants en thèse) à participer. Nous
visons aussi à élargir l'audience au delà des utilisateurs habitués de
l'IRAM.  Nous souhaitons que la communauté française puisse présenter ses
idées et avancements, avec des contributions invitées, mais aussi de
nombreuses présentations courtes (5 minutes), dites "flash talks", suivies
de sessions de discussion. Le programme préliminaire est donné ci-dessous.

Le site web de la journée est en préparation. Nous vous invitons dès à
présent à vous inscrire (email simple) et/ou à soumettre un titre et résumé
de votre contribution (document joint complété) par email à Cathy Berjaud
(Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.) et Jérôme Pety (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.) avec dans le sujet de
l'email soit "IRAM-France: Inscription" soit "IRAM-France: Contribution".

La date limite pour proposer une contribution est le 17 décembre. En ce qui
concerne l'inscription, elle est gratuite mais obligatoire pour des
questions logistiques. Les inscriptions seront closes le 14 janvier
2019. Les pauses cafés et le buffet pour la pause méridienne vous seront
offerts.

Bien cordialement,
  Le SOC: Karine Demyk, David Elbaz, Thierry Fouchet, Françoise Genova,
  Maryvonne Gerin, Guilaine Lagache, Agnès Lèbre, Raphael Moreno, Jérôme
  Pety

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Programme:
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[10+05] = 10 minutes de présentations + 05 minutes de questions.

09h00-09h30 : Accueil café

09h30-09h40: Introduction, Guy Perrin (INSU)
09h40-10h40 [50+10]: IRAM (NOEMA & 30m), Karl Schuster & Frédéric Gueth (IRAM)
10h40-10h55 [10+05]: Cosmologie & SZ, Juan Macias-Pérez (LPSC)

10h55-11h10 café

11h10-11h25 [10+05]: Evolution des galaxies et des AGNs, Françoise Combes (LERMA)
11h25-11h40 [10+05]: MIS dans les galaxies proches, Annie Hughes (IRAP)
11h40-12h10: 6 Flash talks de 5 minutes
12h10-12h40: Discussion

12h40-13h40: Buffet

13h40-13h55 [10+05]: Système solaire, Nicolas Biver (LESIA)
13h50-14h10 [10+05]: Disque de débris, Jean-François Lestrade (LERMA)
14h10-14h25 [10+05]: Astrochimie (poussière et molécules) et son lien avec l’astrobiologie, Charlotte Vastel (IRAP)
14h25-14h50: 5 Flash talks de 5 minutes
14h50-15h15: Discussion
15h15-15h30 [10+05]: Enveloppes des étoiles évoluées, Fabrice Herpin (LAB)
15h30-15h45 [10+05]: Disques protoplanétaires et jets, Anne Dutrey (LAB)

15h45-16h00 café

16h00-16h20: 4 Flash talks de 5 minutes
16h20-16h35: Discussion
16h35-16h50 [10+05]: Structuration du MIS, Marc-Antoine Miville-Deschênes (AIM)
16h50-17h05 [10+05]: La formation stellaire, Frédérique Motte (IPAG)
17h05-17h25: 4 Flash talks de 5 minutes
17h25-17h40: Discussion
17h40-18h00: Conclusions


6) Full professorship in Computational Astrophysics at Heidelberg University

Dear colleague,

we are announcing a full professorship in Computational Astrophysics at Heidelberg University in collaboration with the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies.

   https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/56d8ae32

A similar position was previously held by Volker Springel who moved to MPA Munich and we re-open this position in the broad field of computational astrophysics.

We are particularly looking for expertise in the development of numerical methods for astrophysical simulations on high-performance computing facilities, complementing the research programs at HITS and Heidelberg University. The Heidelberg community and the resources available through HITS offer an exciting perspective for establishing a leading research group.

We would appreciate your support to find a suitable candidate. Could you please distribute this announcement to interested researchers in your institution or among your collaborators?

Many thanks in advance.

Wit best regards,
Kees Dullemond

 
7) PhD Positions in Solar System Science (Göttingen, Germany)

Dear colleague,

The International Max Planck Research School for Solar System Science
at the University of Göttingen (http://www.solar-system-school.de)
invites applications for several PhD positions.

I would be grateful if you could distribute the announcement below to
your institute's mailing list and specifically bring it to the attention
of students.

If you wish, you can also download and post the announcement as well as
our poster from

https://www.mps.mpg.de/phd/applynow

Files:
https://www.mps.mpg.de/phd/solar-system-school-call-2018.pdf
https://www.mps.mpg.de/phd/solar-system-school-poster-2018.pdf

Thank you very much for your consideration,
Sonja Schuh

 

1) Life3E conference: Quy Nonh, Vietnam, march 25th-29th 2019

XVe Rencontres du Vietnam: Life3E’2019 - Search for life: from early Earth to exoplanets
/http://rencontresduvietnam.org/conferences/2019/search-for-life/

March 25-29th 2019, Qhy Nonh, Vietnam

The program of the conference will be mainly organised around the 10 following topics:
1: Astronomical context for the origins of life and habitability
 1.a: Specificity of our Earth and Solar system in the exoplanetary context

 1.b : Host stars and habitability of their planets

2: Early Earth environment
2.a: Interactions between the atmosphere, ocean and the microbial world in Archean       

2.b: How the early history of our solar system  informs us about the emergence of life?     

 3: Prebiotic chemistry and origins of life
 3.a: New directions in prebiotic chemistry

3.b : Chance and Necessity in the Origins of Life

 4: Early life and its evolution
 4.a: Where did life emerge on Earth: was it contingent or unavoidable ?

 4.b: Last Universal Common Ancestor: complex or simple?

 5: Traces of life
5.a: What are the earliest traces of life on Earth ?

5.b: Exoplanet detection and unambiguous biosignatures ?

A 2-days Training School on the Basics of Astrobiology will be organized before the conference (March 22-23 th ) in Hanoi.

More information on topics and invited speakers : end of october 2018

IMPORTANT DEADLINES
Application for contributed talk: December 1st (notification by the SOC: December 20th)
Application for poster: January 10th  (notification by the SOC : January 20th)
Training school registration: January 20th
Early bird conference registration fee: January 31st (increase of fees after that date)
Registration and hotel booking: February 15th

Contact: Muriel Gargaud (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. and Nikos Prantzos Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.  co-chairs of the conference.

2) Hera mission workshop

15-16 November, Natural History Museum, Berlin (Germany)

Hera is ESA’s contribution to the Asteroid Impact Deflection Assessment international  cooperation, targeting the deflection demonstration of a hazardous NEA, in the new ESA program called Space Safety. Hera will also be the first in-depth investigation of a binary asteroid, including the smallest asteroid visited so far (the moon of the binary) and will perform relevant measurements for planetary defense, science and mining. The Hera workshop is open to the whole small body community as well as industry interested in innovative small deep-space missions.
https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/hera-community-workshop/home

Patrick Michel
On behalf of the Hera team


3) Colloque sur l'intelligence artificielle

Fantasme inspirant les films de science-fiction les plus fous ou nouvelle réalité au service de l’humain ?
Menace pour l’humanité et son libre-arbitre ou formidable avancée technologique ?
 
Tous les points de vue seront donnés lors du prochain Sommet de l’Intelligence Artificielle à Sophia Antipolis, les 7, 8 et 9 novembre 2018.
 
Citoyens, entreprises, (enseignants) chercheurs, étudiants…sont invités à découvrir l’étendu du champ de l’Intelligence Artificielle par le biais de conférences scientifiques, débats, tables rondes, sessions poster ou spectacle numérique…autour de la biologie – génétique, santé, économie, mobilité, cognition, société… sur le territoire de la première Technopole numérique européenne (Sophia Tech, SKEMA, Amadeus, Espaces Antipolis, INRIA et aux Palais des Congrès d’Antibes-Juan Les Pins pour les deux soirées grand public).
 
Une cinquantaine d’experts issus d’entreprises à la pointe de l’IA (Facebook, Orange, SAP, IBM, Accenture…) et d’institutions prestigieuses (l’Académie des Sciences, le Collège de France, Inria, University of Jerusalem, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Johns Hopkins University à Baltimore…) confronteront leurs différentes approches et expériences. Joignez-vous à eux en vous inscrivant gratuitement à une ou plusieurs des sessions proposées !
 
Programme en PJ
Inscriptions
Sophia-summit.fr


4) Workshop on In Situ Exploration of the Ice Giants February 25-27, 2019, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille, France
Pre-registration is now open

Abstract submission deadline: December 31, 2018
Early registration deadline: January 31, 2018
Maximum number of participants: 90
We are pleased to announce a workshop addressing scientific and technological topics relevant to the in situ exploration of giant planet atmospheres, including scientific questions, how to achieve them, and technological challenges. In the spirit of the Cassini-Huygens mission legacy, the workshop will also focus on potential mission concepts and international cooperation, with an emphasis on probe studies of the ice giants in the framework of future NASA-ESA collaborations.

Meeting URL : https://ice-giant-workshop.lam.fr


5) Journée IRAM France

Date: 31 janvier 2019
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Lieu: Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)
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Argumentaire:
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Depuis sa fondation en 1979, l'IRAM fédère la communauté
(sub-)millimétrique et permet à la France de disposer d'instruments
exceptionnels pour l'observation de l'Univers froid. Ces 10 dernières
années, les capacités du télescope de 30m et de l'interféromètre du Plateau
de Bure (aujourd'hui NOEMA) ont décuplé. Les développements instrumentaux
en cours vont encore considérablement augmenter leurs capacités dans les
années à venir. L'IRAM présentera les capacités actuelles de ses deux
observatoires et les développements à venir à la communauté française dans
le cadre d'un atelier organisé à Paris sur une journée. L'objectif est de
discuter de programmes observationnels français ambitieux pour tirer au
mieux parti de ces nouvelles capacités et profiter ainsi pleinement des
investissements effectués.

SOC:
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Représentant IRAM: Jérôme Pety
Membres du SAC: Maryvonne Gerin, Guilaine Lagache, Raphael Moreno
Representants des PN/AS suivants: Agnès Lébre (PNPS), Thierry Fouchet (PNP), David Elbaz
(PNCG), Karine Demyk (PCMI), Françoise Genova (ASOV).

Audience visée:
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- Au-delà des utilisateurs habitués de l'IRAM, spécialistes du (sub-)mm,
    nous visons aussi à élargir l'audience de l'IRAM pour renforcer les
    équipes autour de programmes scientifiques clés éventuels.
    - Par ailleurs, il est important d'avoir une action particulière en
    direction des jeunes (jeunes chercheurs, post-docs, étudiants en thèse)
    qui forment l'avenir de nos disciplines.

Format:
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- Pour permettre aux provinciaux de faire l'aller-retour dans la journée,
    il est proposé de commencer à 9h30 et de terminer à 18h00 avec deux
    pauses de 25 minutes et 1 heure de repas (buffet).

- La journée commencera par une présentation des capacités scientifiques
    actuelles et des projets de l'IRAM en une ou deux présentations pour un
    total de 50 minutes plus 10 minutes de questions/discussions.

- La journée continuera par une série de courtes revues thématiques
    invitées (10 minutes + 5 minutes de question), suivies de "fast talks"
    contribués de 5 minutes sans questions et de 30 minutes de discussion.


6) Lecturer in Geosciences

The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Florida (geology.ufl.edu) invites applications for a full-time, nine-month, non-tenure-accruing faculty position of Lecturer in Geosciences with an anticipated start date of August 16, 2019. Opportunities exist for summer employment at the University. The successful candidate will have completed the Ph.D. by August 15, 2019. We seek candidates with a desire to deliver high-caliber instruction in the classroom and on-line for departmental classes, as well as in support of college-wide instructional initiatives designed to increase the quality of the educational experience by creating innovative general education science classes with relevant geoscience content. Extensive teaching resources and aids are available within the University. For complete information about this position, including required qualifications and applications materials, please visit: https://apply.interfolio.com/56484 of search website. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on November 15, 2018 and the position will remain open until filled. Inquiries can be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Jonathan B. Martin (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.).

The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Institution


7) Master Planétologie / Appel à sujets de stage de niveau M2

Cher(e)s collègues,

Nous sollicitons les chercheurs des équipes de planétologie pour proposer des sujets de stage de M2 à nos étudiants du Master Planétologie et Exploration Spatiale - Ile de France et vous remercions par avance de diffuser cette annonce dans votre entourage. Nos étudiants ont un parcours initial en physique, chimie et/ou géosciences.

Les stages dureront 4 mois minimum, de début mars à fin juin.

La date limite de dépôt des sujet est fixée au vendredi 19 octobre.

Bien cordialement,

Frédéric Schmidt pour le Master Planétologie Ile de France.

Merci d’envoyer une fiche comportant les informations suivantes à Frédéric Schmidt (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)

LABORATOIRE :
TITRE DU SUJET DE STAGE :
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SUJET :
POSSIBILITE DE POURSUITE EN THESE :


8) Assistant professor in the broad area of Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick


The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, is looking to hire an assistant professor in the broad area of Planetary Sciences; specific research specialty is open. Interested applicants must have a Ph.D. at the time of appointment; start date is expected for Fall 2019.

If you know of any promising PhD candidates and/or PostDoctoral fellows, or know of anyone (including yourself) who might be interested, please encourage them to apply. I have attached the position ad to this email. The link for application is here: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/76099

 

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