Events

November 1, 2013

Upcoming Events – November 2013

Nov. 3-8 – Third International Conference on Storms, Substorms, and Space Weather, Shenzhen, China

Nov. 3-8 – 29th American Society for Gravitational and Space Research/5th International Symposium for Physical Sciences in Space, Orlando, Fla.

Nov. 4-5 – New Particle Physics Symposium Europe-2013: Higgs Boson to LHC, Neutrinos, Cosmos and Beyond, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Nov. 4-5 – Meeting: Committee on Astronomy and Astrophysics, Washington, D.C.

Nov. 4-6 – Joint Space-Science Institute Workshop: Putting Accretion Theory to the Test, Annapolis, Md.

Nov. 4-6 – 66th Fujihara Seminar: X-raying the Gamma-Ray Universe, Kanagawa-ken, Japan

Nov. 4-7 – Workshop: New Approaches to Lunar Ice Detection and Mapping – Part II, Pasadena, Calif.

Nov. 4-7 – Conference: The Radio Universe @ Ger’s (wave)-length, Groningen, The Netherlands

Nov. 4-7 – Workshop on Higher-Spin and Higher-Curvature Gravity, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Nov. 4-7 – International Conference on Regional Climate, Brussels, Belgium

Nov. 4-8 – 2nd Kepler Science Conference, Mountain View, Calif.

Nov. 4-8 – Conference: Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae VI, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Nov. 4-8 – Workshop: Wind Bubbles, Astrospheres and the Heliosphere – Environments and Cosmic Rays, Bochum, Germany

Nov. 4-8 – Workshop: The Optical Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosols, Smolenice, Slovak Republic

Nov. 5 – Teleconference: Planetary Science Subcommittee of the NASA Advisory Council

Nov. 5-7 – SMAP Cal/Val Workshop #4, Pasadena, Calif.

Nov. 5-7 – Optical Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosols Workshop, Smolenic, Slovak Republic

Nov. 5-7 – Global MilSatCom 2013, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 5-8 – 23rd Workshop on General Relativity and Gravitation in Japan, Hirosaki, Japan

Nov. 6 – Lecture: Weather on Other Planets – Measurement and Interpretation, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 6-7 – Second ESA Workshop on Stress Corrosion Cracking in Space Applications, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Nov. -8 – Workshop: Instrumental Concepts in the MeV Domain, Paris, France

Nov. 7 & 8 – Lecture: From IRAS to Spitzer and Beyond – 30 years of Space-Based Infrared Astronomy, Pasadena, Calif.

Nov. 8 – Meeting: A Survey of the Active Scientific Use of the Radio Spectrum, Pasadena, Calif.

Nov. 8 – Royal Astronomical Society Meeting, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 8 – Meeting: Science Enabled by the Global Exploration Roadmap, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 8 – Meeting: Teaching, Learning and Outreach in Astronomy, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 10-13 – International Workshop on Next Generation Nucleon Decay and Neutrino Detectors, Kashiwa, Japan

Nov. 11-13 – 13th International Workshop on Next generation Nucleon Decay and Neutrino Detectors, Kashiwa, Japan

Nov. 11-15 – 1st COSPAR Symposium: Planetary Systems of our Sun and Other Stars and the Future of Space Astronomy, Bangkok, Thailand

Nov. 11-15 – Conference on Gamma-Ray Bursts, Kyoto, Japan

Nov. 11-15 – Workshop: The Emergence of Disk Galaxies, Western Cape, South Africa

Nov. 11-15 – Third KIAS Phenomenology Workshop, Seoul, South Korea

Nov. 11-15 – 55th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics, Denver, Colo.

Nov. 11-22 – Canary Islands Winter School of Astrophysics: Cosmic Magnetic Fields, San Cristobal de La Laguna, Spain

Nov. 12-14 – Meeting: A Framework for Analyzing the Needs for Continuity of NASA-Sustained Remote Sensing Observations of the Earth from Space, Washington, D.C.

Nov. 12-14 – Meeting: Space-Based Additive Manufacturing of Space Hardware, Irvine, Calif.

Nov. 12-14 – Meeting: The Ephemeral Universe with Widefield Low Frequency Arrays, Perth, Australia

Nov. 12-15 – 7th Hinode Science Meeting, Takayama Japan

Nov. 12-15 – School on Cosmology Tools, Madrid, Spain

Nov. 13 – Meeting: Space Weather – The Importance of Observations, London, United Kingdom

Nov. 13-14 – Third Human Dependability Workshop, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Nov. 13-14 – Satellite Communications Conference and Expo, New York, N.Y.

Nov. 13-15 – Third International Workshop on LunarCubes, Palo Alto, Calif.

Nov. 13-15 – Meeting: Hot-Wiring the Transient Universe III, Santa Fe, N.M.

Nov. 13-15 – 2nd International Workshop on Antimatter and Gravity, Bern, Switzerland

Nov. 14-15 – Meeting: A Survey of the Active Scientific Use of the Radio Spectrum, Irvine, Calif.

Nov. 17-20 – MILCOM 2013 Conference, San Diego, Calif.

Nov. 18-19 – Workshop on Precision Astronomy with Fully Depleted CCDs, Upton, N.Y.

Nov. 18-20 – 11th European Conference on Thermoelectrics, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

Nov. 18-21 – 12th International Symposium on Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies, Tsukuba, Japan

Nov. 18-22 – 10th European Space Weather Week, Antwerp, Belgium

Nov. 18-22 – International CAWSES-II Symposium: Towards Solar Maximum, Nagoya, Japan

Nov. 18-22 – Meeting: The Life Cycle of Dust in the Universe – Observations, Theory, and Laboratory Experiments, Taipei, Taiwan

Nov. 18-22 – Conference: Deconstructing Galaxies – Structure and Morphology in the Era of Large Surveys, Santiago, Chile

Nov. 18-22 – Workshop: Evolution Problems in General Relativity, Berkeley, Calif.

Nov. 19-20 – ALMA Community Days 2013: Preparing for Cycle 2, Garching, Germany

Nov. 19-21 – 11th Meeting of the Venus Exploration Analysis Group, Washington, D.C.

Nov. 19-21 – Young Exobiology Researchers Conference, Paris, France

Nov. 19-21 – SMAP Science Team Meeting #1, Pasadena, Calif.

Nov. 19-22 – Conference: The Galactic Center Black Hole Laboratory, Istanbul, Turkey

Nov. 20 – Lecture: The British Interplanetary Society and its Influence on the UK Space Industry, Exeter, United Kingdom

Nov. 20-22 – Asteroid Initiative Idea Synthesis Workshop, Houston, Texas

Nov. 20-26 – 19th International Symposium on Particles, Strings and Cosmology, Taipei, Taiwan

Nov. 21-22 – 2013 Pacific Air & Space Symposium, Los Angeles, Calif.

Nov. 21-26 – Workshop: 400 Years of Stellar Rotation, Natal, Brazil

Nov. 25-26 – Workshop on Wormholes and Primordial Black Holes: Theories and Observations, Nagoya, Japan

Nov. 25-29 – 3rd Cameroon Physical Society International Conference: High Level Physics and Solutions to Real Life problems in Developing Countries, Yaounde, Cameroon

Nov. 25-30 – 14th Latin American Regional IAU Meeting, Florianopolis, Brazil

Nov. 26-28 – First Solar Physics Research Integrated Network Group Workshop, Freiburg, Germany

Nov. 27 – Colloquium: The Mopra Southern Galactic Plane CO Survey – The Formation of Molecular Clouds, Sydney, Australia

Nov. 28-30 – 6th Japan Astrobiology Network Workshop, Kanagawa, Japan




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