June 14-18, 2015
Registration is now open for the next Gemini Science and User Meeting. The Gemini Science Meeting occurs every three years. The theme of this year’s meeting is “The Future & Science of Gemini Observatory.” The meeting will cover a range of exciting scientific results from the
international community, such as: Solar System, Exoplanets, Galactic astronomy, The Nearby Universe, Cosmic Explosions, AGNs and QSOs, and Distant Galaxies and Cosmology.
If you have used Gemini data in the past several years, or are interested in finding out more about the capabilities of the Observatory, please consider attending. At the User meeting there
will be discussions on the next-generation instruments, observing modes and synergies with other facilities as the Observatory looks ahead to 2020 and beyond. In particular, the Gemini Instrument Feasibility Study (GIFS) teams will present their studies for the next Gemini instrument and your feedback is requested on the different concepts to be proposed.
Abstract and Early Registration (reduced fee) deadlines are both March 4, 2015. For further information on the program, registration, abstract submission, and the venue, see:
Franck Marchis, on behalf the SOC