Meetings

Meetings

Each year there are numerous astrophysics and space science meetings held in Ireland, along with those held by the Astronomical Science Group of Ireland. In 2015 we followed up the very first (and highly successful) 3 day Irish National Astronomy Meeting held at Trinity College Dublin last year with INAM:2015 – held at Queen’s University Belfast. The venue for 2016 is yet to be decided, but will be held at an institute outside of Dublin and Belfast.

Meetings in 2017

Workshop to discuss involvement in the Cherenkov Telescope Array in Ireland

Venue: Armagh Observatory & Planetarium

Date: Friday, January 27, 2017

The Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) (https://www.cta-observatory.org) is a multinational world-wide project to build a new generation ground-based gamma-ray instrument with an order of magnitude improvement in the sensitivity compared to the current instruments and extension of the accessible energy range to above 100 TeV. This workshop will discuss opportunities for scientists across the island of Ireland to engage in the CTA.

more information can be found here

Meetings in 2016

Meetings in 2015

Meetings in 2014

In 2014, for the first time and to celebrate 40 years of the ASGI, the Astronomical Science Group of Ireland held a 3 day Irish National Astronomy Meeting (INAM:2014) at Trinity College Dublin. The conference pages can be found below:

INAM 2014 Conference (August 13th – 15th, 2014)

INAM Registration due to close

INAM 2014 passes 100 registered participants – remember to reconfirm your dinner!

Meetings in 2013

Meetings in 2012

Institute of Physics in Ireland meetings

The Institute of Physics (IOP) in Ireland hold an annual meeting at a different location around Ireland every year. This meeting allows physicists from the island of Ireland and beyond to meet up and discuss different themes in physics. There are awards for postgraduate posters, undergraduate projects and distinguished teachers as well as a number of public outreach events including interviews with physicists.

Send Chris Watson an email if you would like to add your meeting details to this page.