LASSIE FP7 ITN
SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME INITIAL TRAINING NETWORKS
News and meetings
2014 January 13th and 14th, at the OLD OBSERVATORY downtown Leiden, there will be 3 combined meetings in Leiden, with a focus on (solid state) astrochemistry:
- the closing meeting of LASSIE,
- the YAM2013 (Young Astronomers Meeting) and
- the annual meeting of the Solid State Group within the Dutch Astrochemistry Network (DAN).
See on : LYDAN (at the bottom of the left panel).
The LASSIE 2013 Summer School "State-of-the-art Astrochemistry"
will take place at the Paris Observatory on the 4th to 6th September 2013.
Registration is free for LASSIE members.
A list of accommodation will be available soon on the summer school website.
This Summer School takes place just before the IVC19 Conference (including Astrosurf 2013).
Registration for the summerschool is now open on the school’s website:
Dates: 4-8 June 2012 - Location: Cuijk (The Netherlands)
Contact person: Herma Cuppen
Topics: Interstellar ices and Infrared observations
LASSIE Mid Term Review Meeting
14 November 2011 - Location: Paris Observatory
The Chemical Cosmos (funded by LASSIE and COST)
Title: Annual Conference
Date: 12-14 October 2011 - Location: Valletta (Malta)
AstroSurf meeting in Edinburgh
Date: 31st August-2nd September 2011
International Summer School (funded by LASSIE and COST)
Title: Astrochemistry with ALMA
Date: 13-17 June 2011 - Location: Bologna (Italy)
Centro Congressi CNR
Prof. dr. E.F. van Dishoeck
May 17-26 2011 in Leiden (Nl)
LASSIE & Astrophysical Chemistry Group: Young Researchers Meeting (updated 18/11/2010)
Friday 15th October 2010 10:00-17:00, University College London
INVITED SPEAKER: Dr. Timothy Lee, NASA Ames Research Center, USA
The Young Reseachers Meeting is specifically aimed at giving the young researchers involved in the LASSIE
consortium the opportunity to present short (10-15 mins) oral presentations on their field of research.
The meeting will also be made open to young researchers from the Astrophysical Chemistry Group of the Royal
Astronomical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry. It is therefore expected that a broad range of topics
will be represented.
Final programme and links to the talks
List of attendees