Astropol 2014

26-30 mai 2014, Grenoble

Laboratoire(s)/équipe(s) du LabEx OSUG impliqué(e.s) : IPAG
Porteur du Projet : Mathieu Barthelemy / François Ménard

ASTROPOL 2014 is the next of a series of large international conferences held regularly, every 5 years or so. The aim of this series of conferences is to bring together all researchers interested in astronomical polarimetry to discuss the most recent results and advances, technical and scientific. The 2014 meeting will be co-organised by the European COST action "polarisation as a tool to study the solar system and beyond". (See
New instruments are also coming on-line with ever improving polarimetric capacities : ALMA, and the high resolution planet finder instruments GPI on Gemini South and SPHERE on the ESO/VLT, to name just a few. This is a very exciting time for polarimetry and ASTROPOL 2014 promises to be just as exciting, rich in new results and technical advances.

Soutien attribué : 8 000 € en 2014

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