Europlanet Summer school 2019

EUROPLANET summer school 2019
ITPA VU Molėtai Astronomical Observatory (Lithuania)
  June 11 to June 21, 2019



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Summer school "Exoplanets 2016"

The school is co-organised by the European Commission HORIZON 2020 project EUROPLANET 2020 Research Infrastructure and Erasmus+ project European Astrobiology Campus.   

The aim of the course is to give participants a thorough multidisciplinary introduction into the field of exoplanets, their detection, types, characterization, and the possibility of life on exoplanets. In addition, more general planetary subjects like formation of planetary systems, habitability of planets, and physical processes in planetary atmospheres will be covered. To give participants some hands-on experience with detection of exoplanets, observations of several exoplanet transits using the Molėtai Astronomical Observatory telescopes will be carried out. The course is open to PhD and master students, early career scientists, and amateur astronomers.

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NEON summer school 2014
 The 2014 observing school will take place in Bulgaria:  The observations  at the telescope  will take place at the Rozhen Observatory (Bulgaria), from September 17th to 24th, 2014 The data reduction will take place in Sofia, from Sept. 25th to Oct. 1st, together with the Awareness conference 2014. A preliminary description and program will be available soon here. Practical information for the September 2014 school will be available soon  here. Selection of candidates will be made by our correspondants in each of the participating countries. Final selection is expected to be completed by end of June, 2014
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Nordic-Baltic Research school 2012

Norhttp://mao.itpa.lt/nordforsk/images/mao_qr.pngdic-Baltic summer school 2012 "Observational Stellar Astrophysics in the Era of Gaia and Kepler Space Missions" will be held 28th July - 11th August 2012; ITPA VU Molėtai Astronomical Observatory (Lithuania).
The aim of the course is to give participants a modern knowledge of how to observe and interpret stellar spectra and pulsations, by doing own observations, interpret existing observations and do theoretical modelling. The main topic of the course is to teach methods for investigation of stellar main atmospheric parameters, the detailed chemical composition, astroseismology, and search for extra-solar planets. The highest priority will be given to observational techniques and doing of own observations. Both photometric and spectroscopic observing techniques will be taught and tried out at telescopes. 


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