Meetings & Workshops
This conference brought together world leading experts in galaxy dynamics and cosmology in order to promote collaborative efforts across theoretical, computational, and observational disciplines to try to answer to fundamental questions about the role of gas in galaxy dynamics and evolution.
The JHI are pleased to announce a scientific conference to honour the life’s work of our own Don Kurtz! The conference, Understanding the roles of rotation, pulsation and chemical peculiarities in the upper main sequence, will be held in the English Lake District from 11-16th September 2016.
A successful meeting organising at our beautiful campus in Cyprus. More details and photos are here.
Prof. Derek Ward-Thompson, Dr Dimitris Stamatellos and Dr Simon Goodwin (Sheffield) organised and were the editors of this conference in Crete, Greece.
The JHI and UCLan hosted the world-leading IAU Symposium 284 “The Spectral Energy Distribution of Galaxies”
The JHI and UCLan hosted the STFC Advanced Summer School – The High Resolution Sun: Theory and Observations, bringing together PhD students and yound PDRAs from around the UK.
Chaired jointly by Victor P. Debattista and Cristina C. Popescu
Many of the components and processes that play an important role in the formation of galaxies are either dark, obscured or faint. This restricts our ability to test theories and models. This meeting aimed to bring together researchers in galaxy formation to address some of these challenges.
The JHI at UCLan is to host the RAS/PPARC National Astronomy Meeting in 2007 April.
. This meeting was Chaired by Prof. Gordon Bromage with Prof. Brad Gibson as the Science Programme Coordinator.
for more infomation, follow this link.
Alongside the National Astronomy Meeting, we are also hosting the UK Solar Physics and the MIST annual meetings
Professor Brad Gibson lead the organisation of this meeting which took place in London.
PPARC Summer School: Energy Flow from the Sun to the Earth (4-8 Sept 2006)
Prof. Robert Walsh organised this meeting, bringing together new PhD students in the solar and solar-terrestrial areas.
Transits of Venus: New Views of the Solar System and Galaxy (7-11 June 2004)
The JHI hosted the IAU Colloquium 196, “Transits of Venus: New Views of the Solar System and Galaxy. Organised by Prof. Don Kurtz”