Investigating the roots: How our perception of the Milky Way System is shaped by our knowledge of atomic data products
Heidelberg (Germany), 3. - 7.10.2022
Scientific rationale and programme overview
The aim of our workshop is to bring suppliers and users of atomic data together in a very open and relaxed format that stimulates discussions and ideas. The three main sessions will be:
- Stellar Atmospheres and other astrophysical applications
- Experiments and laboratory measurements of atomic data
- Modelling and theoretical calculations of atomic data
The programme will leave room for asking questions not only after, but also during the presentations. By learning more about the demands of the users of atomic data and the requirements for their calculations and measurements, we aim at a better understanding of current caveats as well as identifying routes to move forward in this crucial field that underpins our astrophysical research.
Venue and date
The workshop will take place in Heidelberg, Germany, from Monday, October 3rd to Friday, October 7th 2022. We know that making travel commitments is not easy in these times, but we encourage you to come to Heidelberg in person to help us in creating an interactive environment that fosters spontaneous exchange and follow-up discussions.
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Registration fee and support
We will not charge any conference fee for participants, but each participant will have to pay for their travel and accommodation. We have raised funding for a small budget to support a few participants. Please contact us if you would require travel support in order to participate.
Pre-Registration and website
Due to COVID19 and the venue restrictions, the total number of workshop participants
is limited. Thus, pre-registration may not guarantee attendance. If the number of
pre-registrations exceeds our capacities, the SOC might have to make an informed
choice, taking into account covered topics, gender balance, and career status.
Additional information about the workshop and its venue can be found on
SFB 881 ("The Milky Way System")