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BINARY STAR EVOLUTION: MASS LOSS, ACCRETION, and MERGERS

Специализация: Физика и астрономия;
Дата подачи (дедлайн): 04.01.2010
Дата начала: 22.06.2010
Место проведения: Mykonos, Греция

Сайт конференции: http://ciera.northwestern.edu/Ron-fest2010/

Информация:

OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT of an INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on:

BINARY STAR EVOLUTION: MASS LOSS, ACCRETION, and MERGERS

(Эволюция двойных звезд: потеря массы, аккреция и слияние)

in Celebration of Ron Webbink's 65th Birthday

on Mykonos, Greece -- June 22 - 25, 2010 

This International Conference will be held on the occasion of Ron Webbink's 65th birthday, which also coincides with Peter Eggleton's and Ed van den Heuvel's 70th birthday. It is hard to resist such a wonderful opportunity for a triple celebration! 

The main scientific themes of the meeting will cover interacting binaries of all kinds, in galactic fields and dense clusters some with compact objects as sources across the electromagnetic and gravitational-wave spectra. 

The First Official Announcement will be circulated by December 7, 2009

SCIENCE TOPICS & REQUEST FOR TALK PROPOSALS
We invite all interested, potential participants to send us brief
suggestion(s) (a couple of sentences) for presentations they would
like to give on results that generally connect to any of the
prospective topics from the following list:
* Mass and Angular Momentum Transfer & Loss
* Physics of Common Envelope Evolution
* Contact Binaries
* Collisions/Mergers
* Binaries in Clusters
* Cataclysmic Variables & Symbiotic Stars
* X-ray Binaries
* Binary and Millisecond Pulsars
* Binary Supernova Progenitors
* Gravitational Wave Sources

We particularly invite presentations of recent, exciting results or suggestions for reviews of specific (sub-)areas of interest. The
scientific program will comprise 10 sessions (two morning and one late afternoon) over 4 days with a half day free for excursions.
Please send your suggestions to: w-finney@northwestern.edu by January 4, 2010.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES:
January 4, 2010 - submission of breif suggestions for
presentations
(to w-finney@northwestern.edu;
e-mail subject: Presentation Suggestion by <your name here>)

February 15, 2010 - submission of presentation titles and abstracts
March 1, 2010 - early registration; announcement of tentative scientific program
March 15, 2010 - announcement of final scientific program
April 19, 2010 - room reservations at conference hotel & late registration

CONFERENCE HOTEL AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Mykonos is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece. It has
preserved its unique architectural character, crystal clear waters,
iconic bays and sandy beaches, despite its popularity. The end of
June is one of the best times to visit Greece, before the high
traffic of mid-July to August.
Our conference will be held at one of the best resort hotels on
Mykonos, Greece:

Saint John hotel, http://www.saintjohn.gr/ -
It is located in the bay of Agios Ioannis, one of the best beaches
on the island, and just across from the island of Delos. A set of
rooms has been reserved at the hotel (see
http://www.saintjohn.gr/mykonos-accommodation-rooms.php)
for conference participants at rates much lower than their regular
prices for the time of the conference.

Rates are per room (2 occupants) per night and include breakfast and all taxes:
Garden View: 160 euros
Executive Sea View: 195 euros

You will be able to submit your room reservations directly to the
hotel by faxing a reservation form. Well before the deadline for the
room reservations we will set up a system through which participants
interested in finding room-mates can pair up. In the coming months
we will also provide a list of nearby hotels with lower room rates.
More information on all these issues will appear on the conference
web site and will be circulated in our next circular some time in
the middle of January.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

The deadline for early registration is March 1, 2010. The early-
registration fee is equal to 250 euros (300 euros for late
registration). This fee will cover the conference room, all coffee
breaks, the registration reception on the evening of June 21, the
conference dinner, and the proceedings book to be published in the
AIP Conference Series.
Information about how to register will appear on the conference web
site and in our next circular.

SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Matthew Bailes - Swinburne University of Technology
Luciano Burderi - University of Cagliari
Tiziana di Salvo - University of Palermo
Peter Eggleton - Lawrence Liver

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