The second annual meeting of the Ireland and UK Hub of the Europlanet Society will take place on 22 June 2021. The meeting will be held online due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The next annual meeting of the Ireland and UK Hub of the Europlanet Society will be held online on Tuesday 22 June 2021.
This 2nd meeting aims to reflect the broad range of research and outreach activities within the Ireland-UK planetary science communities, as well as showcase the ongoing development of planetary science infrastructures and facilities. The format of the meeting will be a mixture of invited and solicited talks and poster presentations. We particularly encourage presentations from early career researchers and scientists who have disseminated their work via Europlanet networking workshops and/or research infrastructure. Prizes will be awarded for the best student and early career presentations. Details of this year's awardees.
Europlanet Society membership is not required for abstract submission or registration. However, only Hub members are eligible for the best student and early career presentation prizes. The input of all community members is valuable at this stage to ensure that the Ireland-UK Hub of the Europlanet Society grows into a valuable forum for all members.
- Prof Marina Galand (Imperial College): Discovery of Cometary Aurora in the FUV
- Rosie Cane / Tony Thompson (Thompson STEM Engagement): Tools for Science Public Outreach
- Dr Will Dunn (UCL-MSSL): ORBYTS – Planetary Science Research-with-Schools Projects
- Dr Angelos Tsiaras (UCL): ExoClock - A citizen science project to monitor transiting exoplanets
Registration: Now closed
Registration for this meeting via Eventbrite has now closed.
Abstract Submission: Now closed
If you would like to submit an oral and/or poster abstract for this meeting, please indicate this in the Eventbrite registration, and email your abstract to email@example.com by the new deadline of Monday 24 May 2021 (the deadline has been extended by one week to accommodate some mailing lists who have recieved late notification of the meeting). Abstracts should be a maximum of one A4 side, including any images.
If you are interested in joining the Europlanet Society, more details can be found at the links below.
We look forward to seeing you on 22 June!
Nicholas Achilleos (UCL), Chair
Licia Ray (Lancaster University), Vice Chair
Europlanet Hub Committee for Ireland-UK