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IAU Symposium 276 - The Astrophysics of Planetary Systems: Formation, Structure, and Dynamical Evolution

IAU Symposium 276 - The Astrophysics of Planetary Systems: Formation, Structure, and Dynamical Evolution

Start date: 12 Oct 2010
Address: Conference Center Torino Incontra, via Nino Costa 8, Torino, Italy
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  • July 15th - Second Announcement
  • July 31st - Abstract Submission (oral)
  • August 31st - Abstract Submission (poster)
  • Late August - Final Announcement
  • Early September - registration closed
  • Late September - Scientific Program online
  • October 11th - Symposium starts

More info: http://iaus276.oato.inaf.it/IAUS_276/index.htm

More than 450 planets are now known to orbit main-sequence stars in the neighborhood of our Sun, discovered using a variety of detection and characterization techniques. Fifteen years after the first announcement, the formation and evolution of planetary systems is now emerging as a new, quickly expanding interdisciplinary research field.

The Symposium will bring together leading experts from the many different research disciplines involved with two broad aims:

  1. To present the state-of-the-art of the field of extrasolar planets, through an organic discussion of the observational evidence in connection with the most recent theoretical progress.
  2. To identify objectives and strategies necessary in the coming years to advance our comprehension of the many complex processes which connect the formation, structure, and evolution of planetary systems.

Last Update: 1 September 2019
28-Nov-2021 11:39 UT

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