Astrochemistry for All!

15 January 2018 10:00 - 16 January 2018 16:00, Sheffield, United Kingdom


Introduction
The completion of the ALMA interferometer, the availability of high-resolution infrared spectrographs on 8m telescopes, the cutting edge capabilities of e-MERLIN, the recent Rosetta mission to Comet 67/P CG, not to mention the upcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope have revolutionised or will revolutionise our ability to study astrochemistry on small spatial scales. We can now study the chemical composition of, for example, moons in the outer Solar System, protoplanetary disks, and dust-forming zones of evolved stars and look for commonalities and differences between Solar System and interstellar chemistries in detail that was not possible before.

This meeting will focus on the potential synergy between lab, modelling and observational communities and is entitled “Astrochemistry for all.” Therefore, we, in particular, want to encourage talks on how lab and modelling communities can work with the observational community more effectively.

For more details (including registration), see â€‹https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/chemistry/news/apc_group_sheffield_2018-1.746742
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University of Sheffield, Chemistry Department

Lecture Theatre 1, University of Sheffield, Chemistry Department, Dainton Building, Brook Hill, Sheffield, S3 7HF, United Kingdom

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