At the Accademia dei Lincei, Rome
March 17-20, 2014
This conference is designed to highlight the scientific breakthroughs made by the Hubble Space Telescope in its two decade long life. We have three specific goals for this meeting:
- To share the latest results from Hubble across the broad canvas of astronomy,
- To inspire the community of Hubble users to think how Hubble’s successor—the James Webb Space Telescope—will move their scientific field forward,
- To look further into the future posing the scientific questions that will shape the field of astrophysics in the next decade.
This conference will be five years after Servicing Mission 4 —the last manned mission to Hubble. It will kickoff the 25th anniversary of Hubble’s launch celebrating the tremendous impact this observatory has had on science and society.
We will give ample space to new Hubble results. If you are working on a new exciting Hubble result, please consider announcing it in Rome.
The Accademia dei Lincei will host a maximum number of 230 participants. Please ensure a spot at this conference by submitting an abstract by October 15th to email@example.com. Please write "abstract submission" in the subject line. We are planning on a number of Invited Talks (25m), Contributed Talks (15m) and Posters. Decisions about the acceptance of presentations - and allocation of talks and posters - will be made by the SOC.
The registration will open on December 1st, after the SOC has reviewed all abstracts. The conference registration fee of 350 Euro will include the welcome reception on Sunday, as well as the coffee breaks and lunches during the conference and the conference dinner on Thursday. Conference dinner tickets for non-registered guests and family members will be available for 30 Euros.
- Abstract Submission: November 1st.
- Registration opens on December 16th.
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This conference is sponsored by ESA and NASA.
It is organized by ESA, STScI, & INAF-IAPS.