Cool Stars 15

July 21-25 2008 - St Andrews, Scotland

The Cool Stars meetings have a long tradition of presenting cutting edge science in the fields of cool stars, exoplanets and solar physics. Outstanding announcements made at previous meetings include the first detections of both exoplanets and brown dwarfs (Florence 1995), which continue to inspire astronomical theory, observation, and technology.

Sessions at the meeting will address the key physical themes that will drive the next 20 years of advances in solar/stellar science. Topics of interest covering the Sun, stars and planets will include seismology, surface and atmospheric dynamics, angular momentum evolution, dust formation, coronae, magnetospheres and winds. The conference aims to gather scientists working in all these fields in order to stimulate cross-disciplinary exchange.

Poster PDF : [A4] [US Letter]

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