sci23001 — Announcement

The 2023 European Astronomical Society Annual Meeting

2 May 2023

-Chris Evans-

Final plans are now coming together for an exciting agenda at this year’s European Astronomical Society Annual Meeting, in Kraków, Poland (10–14 July 2023). Coinciding with the first anniversary of JWST science operations that week, there is a rich scientific programme of JWST results at the meeting.

To set the scene at the start of the week there will be a JWST Community Session (Special Session #3) on the first day (10 July 2023). This will provide the community with an update on the observatory status and future science timeline, the European JWST data archive (eJWST), and selected results and lessons learned from some of the European-led Early Release Science programmes. The session will also include generous time for questions and discussion. 

Let me also draw your attention to the JWST-focused Symposia (S) and Special Sessions (SS) during the week that will feature the exciting science results from the first year of science operations in much more depth:

Lastly, if you want to learn more about ESA’s wider activities, there will be two ESA-led lunch sessions during the week on the ESA Space Science Archives (including demonstrations of ESASky and ESA Datalabs) and the ESA Science programme (targeting early career researchers in particular).

I look forward to seeing many of you in Kraków!


Chris Evans
ESA/HST & ESA/JWST Project Scientist
ESA Office, STScI Baltimore, USA

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