Events

February 20, 2014

Conferences and Events – March 2014

March 1-2UK SEDS National Student Space Conference, Leicester, United Kingdom

 

March 1-2Meeting 4: Guidance for NSF on National Ocean Science Research Priorities: Decadal Survey for Ocean Sciences, Honolulu, Hawaii

 

March 1-82014 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, Mont.

 

March 3-5National Research Council’s Space Science Week, Washington, D.C.

 

March 3-77th International Conference on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas, New Delhi, India

 

March 3-7NUSTAR Annual Meeting 2014, Darmstadt, Germany

 

March 4Lecture: Exoplanets and the Real Search for Alien Life, Washington, D.C.

 

March 4-5SELENE Symposium 2014, Tokyo, Japan

 

March 4-652nd AAS Robert H. Goddard Memorial Symposium, Greenbelt, Md.

 

March 5Colloquium: The Mopra Southern Galactic Plane CO Survey – The Formation of Molecular Clouds, Sydney, Australia

 

March 5L.J. Carter Memorial Lecture: The Highs and Lows of Solar Activity, London, United Kingdom

 

March 7Third Meeting: Review of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Science Goals and Objectives, Washington, D.C.

 

March 10Colloquium: Mapping the Structure of the Galactic Magnetic Field with Planck, Sydney, Australia

 

March 10-13Satellite 2014 Conference, Washington, D.C.

 

March 10-14Conference: Gas and Stars in Galaxies – A Multi-Wavelength 3D Perspective, Garching, Germany

 

March 10-14 - International Conference in Honor of Ya. B. Zeldovich 100th Anniversary: Subatomic Particles, Nucleons, Atoms, Universe – Processes and Structure, Minsk, Belarus

 

March 10-14Meeting on the Horizon, Valparaiso, Chile

 

March 13 & 14Lecture: Measuring Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide from Space – NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2, Pasadena, Calif.

 

March 14Royal Astronomical Society Ordinary Meeting, London, United Kingdom

 

March 14Meeting: UK-SEDI – The Frontiers of Deep Earth Research, London, United Kingdom

 

March 14Meeting: Supernovae Near and Far, London, United Kingdom

 

March 161st International Workshop on Scientific Opportunities in Cislunar Space, Houston, Texas

 

March 16SHARAD/MARSIS Data Users’ Workshop: Mars Geology – The 3rd Dimension, The Woodlands, Texas

 

March 16-20247th American Chemistry Society National Meeting, Dallas, Texas

 

March 16-22Conference: Cosmic Ray Origin – Beyond the Standard Models, Dolomites, Italy

 

March 16-22Meeting: Dynamical Processes in Space Plasmas, Israel

 

March 17-197th International PHISCC Workshop: The Challenges of Upcoming HI Surveys, Dwingeloo, The Netherlands

 

March 17-19Lectures: Cosmology and the Constants of Nature, Cambridge, United Kingdom

 

March 17-20Conference: Science with the Hubble Space Telescope IV – Looking to the Future, Rome, Italy

 

March 17-2145th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas

 

March 17-21Conference: Exoplanets, Observation & Biomakers – The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System, Tucson, Ariz.

 

March 17-21Spring Meeting of the German Physical Society, Berlin, Germany

 

March 18-19European Space Technology Harmonisation Conference, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

 

March 20-215th IAA Search for Life Signatures Symposium, Paris, France

 

March 20-2231st Meeting of the Astronomical Society of India, Punjab, India

 

March 22-242014 Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers Western Regional Conference, Bishop, Calif.

 

March 22-29Conference: Moriond Cosmology 2014, La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy

 

March 23-27Huntsville Workshop 2014: Solar and Stellar Processes from the Chromosphere to the Outer Corona, Orlando, Fla.

 

March 23-28Conference: Stellar Tango at Rockies 14, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

 

March 24-26GREAT-ESF Workshop: Gaia and the Unseen – The Brown Dwarf Question, Torino, Italy

 

March 24-262nd IAA Conference on Dynamics and Control of Space System, Rome, Italy

 

March 24-2649th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics, Lille, France

 

March 24-27Conference: Eddy – Mean-Flow Interactions in Fluids, Santa Barbara, Calif.

 

March 24-28Conference: The Structure and Signals of Neutron Stars, from Birth to Death, Florence, Italy

 

March 24-28Workshop: Polarimetric Techniques & Technology, Leiden, The Netherlands

 

March 24-April 14First SOLARNET Spring School: Introduction to Solar Physics and Workshop – Radiative Processes in the Sun and Stars, Wroclaw, Poland

 

March 31Workshop: Review of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Draft Science Goals and Objectives, Washington, D.C.

 

March 31-April 114th British Gravity Meeting, Cambridge, United Kingdom

 

March 31-April 1Military Space Conference, London, United Kingdom

 

March 31-April 2Hubble Space Telescope Workshop: Cosmic Distance Scale, Baltimore, Md.

 

March 31-April 4Seminar: The Strong Gravity Regime of Black Holes and Neutron Stars, Bad Honnef, Germany

 

March 31-April 47th Community Coordinated Modeling Center Workshop, Annapolis, Md.




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