International interdisciplinary workshop on: Accretion and early differentiation of the terrestrial planets

Nice, France
May 26-31, 2014

This will be a small workshop with up to 120 participants, including a significant number of students and young scientists. The topics to be discussed include, but are not limited to:

  • Chemistry of small bodies in the early solar system
  • Planetary accretion
  • Core-mantle differentiation
  • Delivery of volatile elements, including water
  • Nature and timing of the “late veneer”
  • Consequences of giant impacts
  • etc., etc.

The workshop will be held at La Maison du Seminaire which is located on the sea front in downtown Nice – see http://www.maisonduseminaire.fr/. Participants should arrive on May 26, 2014 and depart on May 31, so that scientific sessions (talks and posters) will be scheduled over a period of 4 days.

Accommodation is available at La Maison du Seminaire with rooms costing 90 euros/night (sea view) or 70 euros/night (garden view). Each room is a double room and they have 36 rooms total (in the case of sharing, the cost per person is 50% of the above figures). Alternatively, participants can book accommodation in nearby hotels. Because late May is a really busy time in the Nice area, it is essential to reserve accommodation as soon as possible,

Further information about registration and accommodation etc. can be downloaded at:
http://www.accrete.uni-bayreuth.de/?page=workshops

 

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