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2008


Fifth Canadian Solar Workshop
 
Date : 2008-11-05 to 2008-11-07
Site : Centre Spatial John H. Chapman Space Centre, Qc, Canada
Web : www.astro.umontreal.ca/~paulchar/grps/CSW/CSW08.html
Organisator : Paul Charbonneau
 
The Canadian Solar Workshop Series is the brainchild of Drs Ken Tapping (NRC/HIA) and David Boteler (NRCan Geomagnetic Laboratories), in response to what they perceived as a revival of solar physics research in Canada starting a few years ago. The motivation underlying the creation of the Canadian Solar Workshop series is thus to provide a relatively informal workshop-type venue where the Canadian Solar Physics community can meet on a regular basis (so far yearly), to ensure cross-fertilization, foster collaborative endeavours, and so that everyone remains well-informed of research activities in other groups.


3DNTT proposal meeting
 
Date : 2008-09-02 to 2008-09-04
Site : Room 1035 J.A. Bombardier, Montréal, QC
Web : www.astro.umontreal.ca/3DNTT/Workshop.html
Organisator : Claude Carignan
 


Astronomical Polarimetry 2008 - Science from Small to Large Telescopes
 
Date : 2008-07-06 to 2008-07-11
Site : http://mars.astro.umontreal.ca/astropol2008/
Web : mars.astro.umontreal.ca/astropol2008/
Organisator : Pierre Bastien
 
The aim of the Conference is to bring together workers in all areas of OIM astronomical polarimetry to discuss the most recent results in this exciting and crucial field, and to consider the potential for polarimetry with telescopes of all sizes. The meeting will concentrate on ground-based polarization measurements, and will include a session devoted to new and novel instrumentation. The remaining sessions will be organized according to the astronomical source rather than to wavelength regime or specific technique. Neither Radio polarimetry nor Solar polarimetry are within the conference remit, but each will be the subject of review talks which will set the scene for two of the conference sessions.

SCIENCE AREAS

The following science areas will be covered:

Techniques and Instrumentation
Theory and Modelling
Solar system
Interstellar Dust and Gas
Star Formation
Circumstellar Disks and Extrasolar Planets
Stars and Stellar Magnetism
Galaxies, Radio Galaxies and AGN
High-redshift and Cosmological Polarimetry



GHaFaS Workshop
 
Date : 2008-01-21 to 2008-01-23
Site : Université de Montréal
Web : www.astro.umontreal.ca/ghafas/Site/workshop.html
Organisator : Claude Carignan
 



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