e AAS Meetings are where astronomical discoveries are announced and communities are built. Have a say in e direction of e Society by volunteering to serve on an AAS committee. American Astronomical Society. Footer utility navigation. Annual Conference. is year's Annual Conference is approaching fast! Register today! e annual LAD meeting devoted to e interplay between laboratory astrophysics and o er fields in astronomy, planetary science and related sciences was held jointly wi e 234 Meeting of e American Astronomical Society, e 9-13, in St. Louis, MO. 0 AMS Annual Meeting 12–16 uary Boston Convention and Exhibition Center 415 Summer St. Boston, MA. e 233rd AAS Meeting was held 6– uary at e Washington State Convention Center. 30, · 52nd Annual Meeting: Soliciting DPS sponsorship for o er (non-DPS) meetings and activities. e DPS is a Division of e American Astronomical Society. 14 ust e Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) of e American Astronomical Society (AAS) has named its prize winners for . 2 ust . A dvancing A ll S pace. Founded in 1954, e American Astronautical Society has long been recognized for e excellence of its national meetings, technical meetings, symposia and publications and for eir impact on shaping e U.S. space program. 30, · e AAS Division for Planetary Sciences will host eir 52nd Annual Meeting is 26-30 ober in a virtual platform. e Scientific and Virtual Organizing Committees have developed a rich program which will include FIVE days of: American Astronomical Society. Footer utility navigation. e goal of e American Astronomical Society Division on Dynamical Astronomy is e advancement of all aspects of dynamical astronomy, including celestial mechanics, solar system dynamics, stellar dynamics, e dynamics of e interstellar medium and galactic dynamics, and coordination of such research wi o er branches of science. Not Available 2007 AAS/AAPT Joint Meeting, 209 Meeting of e American Astronomical Society. Membership in e American Astronautical Society provides access to a respected forum for presenting new ideas and supporting ongoing programs in e space industry. Several types of memberships are available, including organizational memberships. Apr 13, · e 236 meeting of e American Astronomical Society (AAS), originally scheduled 31 to 4 e in Madison, Wisconsin, will instead be held online, 1-3 e. AAS Winter Meeting is e premier annual meeting in Nor America for professional astronomers. is national event is set to start on 11 uary 2021, Monday and organized by American Astronomical Society. e American Astronomical Society, established in 1899, is e major organization of professional astronomers in Nor America. Its membership (approx. 8,000) also includes physicists, ma ematicians, geologists, engineers, and o ers whose research interests lie wi in e broad spectrum of subjects now comprising e astronomical sciences. e American Astronomical Society (AAS), established 1899, is e major organization of professional astronomers in Nor America. e membership of about 7,000 also includes physicists, ma ematicians, geologists, engineers, and o ers whose research interests lie wi in e broad spectrum of subjects now comprising contemporary astronomy. e OTSF project is presently in e process of developing materials and resources for scientists doing public engagement wi OTSF strategies and tactics, and we have had several early professional development (PD) workshops, including Astronomy Ambassadors workshops at e Winter Meetings of e AAS (American Astronomical Society). 14, · e 46 DPS meeting was held 9-14 ember in Tucson, AZ. e American Astronomical Society (AAS, sometimes spoken as double-A-S) is an American society of professional astronomers and o er interested individuals, headquartered in Washington, DC. e pri y objective of e AAS is to promote e advancement of astronomy and closely related branches of science, while e secondary purpose includes enhancing astronomy education and . ASA 179 Annual Meeting *taking place of e fall meeting - see below *Virtual: AAS 236 Meeting * 30- e 4, *Virtual: AIP Board Meeting: e 26, *Virtual: AAPM Annual Meeting: y 12-16, *Virtual: AAPT Summer Meeting: y 18-22, *Virtual: ACA Annual Meeting: ust 2-7, *Virtual: OSA Frontiers in Optics. e Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) is e major European meeting on planetary science. Originally known as e European Planetary Science Congress, e first EPSC was held in Berlin in 2006. EPSC is e main dissemination platform for e European planetary science community and is e annual meeting of e Europlanet Society. NASA researchers will present new findings on a wide range of astrophysics and o er space science topics at e 235 Meeting of e American Astronomical Society, Saturday, . 4, rough Wednesday, . 8, in Honolulu. mission. e american astronomical society (aas), established in 1899, is e major organization of professional astronomers in nor america. e basic objective of e aas is to promote e advancement of astronomy and closely related branches of science e membership (approximately 7,000) also includes physicists, ma ematicians, geologists, engineers and o ers whose research interests. 16, · Past Conference Report. Astronomy . Past Conference Report. Astrophysics-. anks to all of our delightful Speakers, Conference Attendees and Traitors. Astrophysics Conference was our best ever! 3 rd International Conference on Astronomy & Space science hosted by Conference Series was held during 02-09, Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Hea row, London, . Senior Director, Executive Office and Member Society Engagement American Institute of Physics lcaron [at] aip.org 301-209-3034. Frank Graeff American Institute of Physics Member Society Liaison fgraeff [at] aip.org 301-209-3080. For fur er information regarding logistics: Vanessa J. Bridges Meeting Planner American Institute of Physics. 237 Winter Meeting of e American Astronomical Society will be placed at e Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona USA. Book your hotel now wi e best deal 237 Winter Meeting of e American Astronomical Society is seen as a special Meeting which will cover e topics of Science, Ear Science, Aerospace Engineering, Space. Skip to main content. About. Join SPS. RSVP/Register. Meeting Logistics. Meeting ContactsAIP Member and Affiliated Societies convene to discuss areas of mutual concern at e annual Assembly of Society Officers. Session topics range from challenges/in ations in scientific publishing to public policy issues, from supporting/growing e membership base to trends in philan ropic giving, from supporting science. Registration Open! Early Bird rates rough ember. Whe er you’re involved in teaching science students via distance learning, engaging e public wi remote astronomy outreach, or doing hybrid approaches, anywhere and at any level, is 132nd Annual Meeting of e ASP- and its 1st online - . American Institute of Physics. 1 Physics Ellipse College Park, MD 20740 +1 301.209.3 0. AIP Publishing. 1305 Walt Whitman Road Suite 300 Melville, NY 11747. e American Astronomical Society's biggest annual ga ering, a conference dubbed e Super Bowl of astronomy, kicks off in Seattle today . 6). were scheduled to attend e 233rd meeting. uary's AAS [American Astronomical Society] meeting is often called e Super Bowl of Astronomy, and wi more an 2,300 astronomers, educators, industry representatives and . At e American Geophysical Union annual meeting in Washington, DC (ember ) New Beginnings at AAAS At e American Association for e Advancement of Science annual meeting in Washington, D.C. (February ) Our first retail pop-up shop at e American Astronomical Society winter meeting in Washington, DC (uary ) e. SAN ANTONIO - NASA researchers will present new findings to e media on a wide range of space science topics during e 211 Meeting of e American Astronomical Society. e AAS meeting runs Monday, . 7 rough Friday, . 11, 2008 at e Austin Convention Center, 500 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, Texas. e Solar Physics Division (SPD) of e American Astronomical Society (AAS) is proud to announce e winners of its two most prestigious scientific prizes. Dr. Kazunari Shibata of Kyoto University, Japan, is aded e George Ellery Hale Prize for his outstanding work on e properties and behavior of magnetized solar and astrophysical. american astronomical society (aas) 225 meeting NASA scientists will present new findings on a wide range of astrophysics topics at e American Astronomical Society's (AAS) 225 annual meeting. e meeting runs Sunday, . 4 rough ursday, . 8, at e Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place, Seattle. e ASP introduces e first storybook of its kind for engaging young budding astronomers! Written by Meg Gower Illustrated by David Barker. Paperback • 64 pages • Ages 4-8. For tips and advice on running an annual meeting, see e most recent version of e DPS Meeting Guide. Note for e meeting dates listed below e first day is e opening reception, registration, and workshops. Scientific sessions begin on e next day. e DPS is a Division of e American Astronomical Society. LAD Laboratory Astrophysics Prize Goes to James Truran. e Laboratory Astrophysics Division (LAD) of e American Astronomical Society (AAS) is ading its Laboratory Astrophysics Prize to Dr. James Truran of e University of Chicago. is prize is given for his eoretical work on early star formation and e nucleosyn esis history of e universe, as well as for his seminal. NASA researchers will present new findings on a wide range of astrophysics and o er space science topics at e 235 Meeting of e American Astronomical Society, Saturday, . 4, rough. e report is expected to be released during e American Astronomical Society Annual Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, on uary 4, . ABOUT AIP e American Institute of Physics is a nonprofit federation of professional societies at serves e broad physical science community rough programs in news, advocacy, student programs, careers. Dr. a P. Haynes, Goldwin Smi Professor of Astronomy at Cornell University, to receive e Bruce Gold Medal. e Astronomical Society of e Pacific (ASP) is proud to announce e recipient of its most prestigious ad, e Ca erine Wolfe Bruce Gold Medal honoring Dr. a P. Haynes, in recognition as an international leader and pioneer of radio studies of galaxies. 44 annual meeting of e Division for Planetary Sciences of e American Astronomical Society. Sunday ober 14 to Friday ober 19, . Reno, NV. e Science Program is now available. Also availible: Meeting begins ober 14. American Astronomical Society. e American Astronomical Society is happy to host its 229 Meeting in Grapevine, Texas at e Gaylord Texan. An exciting program of speakers and events is planned, covering subjects at range from e origin of our solar system to e origin of e universe, from e first galaxies to light up e universe to e search for life in e galaxy, and from light. e National Astronomy Meeting (NAM) is an annual scientific conference of astronomers, usually held in e British Isles.It is sponsored and coordinated by e Royal Astronomical Society (RAS), and functions as e pri y annual meeting of e society. NAM is one of e largest professional astronomy conferences in Europe, wi typically around 600 delegates attending. 52nd Meeting of e Division for Planetary Sciences of e American Astronomical Society ober 25-30 Spokane, Washington. e opportunity to present e findings of eir original research at e most important national meeting of US astronomy is arguably one of e most prized benefits enjoyed by KPNO REU students. Five of e six 2004 summer students attended e 209 meeting of e American Astronomical Society (AAS) in Seattle, WA in uary 2007. I was able to attend e annual meeting of ALAN (Artificial Light at Night) at was set to be held in Spain. Ano er perk will be happening is ember as IDA holds its Annual General Meeting (AGM) online. -Webster Lectureship, and an American Astronomical Society .