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UCL to host 2013 European Planetary Science Congress
22 January 2012
University College London has been chosen to host the prestigious European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) in 2013. EPSC 2013 will take place from Sunday, September 8 to Friday, September 13, 2013.
Announcing the success of UCL's bid, Professor Steve Miller,
Europlanet co-coordinator and co-director of the Centre for Planetary Sciences, said:
"This is a great honour for UCL. Over the past decade, Europlanet has brought together Europe's leading planetary scientists into a network that has greatly strengthened our scientific efforts in the fields of space science and exploration."
"The annual Congress is now a key event in the calendar of scientific meetings, and attracts hundreds of scientists not just from Europe, but from the United States, Russia and Asia. UCL is one of the UK's leading planetary science centres, and EPSC 2013 will give us a chance to show what we have to offer."
Professor Miller is organising a "town meeting" on Tuesday, February 14 for those interested in helping to prepare for this event. It will take place in the Drayton B03 Ricardo Lecture Theatre from 2:30-4:00pm
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