MARAC - An AAS REGIONAL MEETING

MARAC logo superimposed on beautiful photo of spaceMidAmerican Regional Astrophysics Conference 2017
Regional Meeting of the American Astronomical Society

Friday and Saturday, April 7 - 8
47th Mid-American Regional Astrophysics Conference
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045

Meeting room is in MALOTT HALL, home of the Department of Physics & Astronomy.
The location on the KU campus is noted on the parking map.
 
Please note: the meeting on Friday, April 7 begins at 1 PM for registration and posters, 2 PM for talks.

General Invitation

All professional scientists involved in teaching and/or research in astronomy/astrophysics/space science are cordially invited to present papers in ANY field of astronomy, astrophysics, or space science. Students are especially welcome. Advanced amateurs are also invited to attend.

Meeting Announcement/Poster

Registration (open)

All attendees, whether presenting a paper or not, are requested to complete the online registration form.

If you do not intend to present a paper at the meeting, you are free to register online anytime or on-site at the meeting.

If you intend to present a paper, presentations can be in the form of posters or as oral talks. The oral presentations are composed of 15-minute talks (including time for questions). When completing the on-line registration, please submit your title and abstract, with authors and institutions, before Wednesday, March 22. When completing the on-line form, please be sure to note any restrictions on when you can arrive or need to leave. Titles and Abstracts will be posted as they become available.

The site is current as of January 27, 2017. Please check back as the meeting date nears for updated info and details on talks and presentations.If necessary, the meeting sessions may begin earlier than posted in the Announcement to ensure that all speakers who submit abstracts will be allowed to present.
 

Invited Speaker

Dr. Dawn Erb                                       
Department of Physics
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Professor Erb’s research interests include galaxy formation and evolution, the kinematics, chemical evolution and stellar populations of galaxies at high redshift, feedback processes in starburst galaxies, and the evolution of the intergalactic medium at high redshift.

Posters
Poster backboards are 48" x 36" and mounted flat on a display easel; they can be oriented either vertically or horizontally.

WiFi
There will be WiFi Internet access available at the meeting. The login and password will be provided on site.

Parking
Parking is free on Saturday.  CLICK to access a map of the parking lots on campus, with the meeting location indicated.

Questions & Comments

If you have any comments and/or suggestions for MARAC in general, please contact the LOC (email addresses below) or, for meeting specifics, contact Bruce Twarog via email at: btwarog@ku.edu.

Contacts:

Barbara J. Anthony-Twarog: bjat@ku.edu
Mark Brodwin:  brodwinm@umkc.edu
Jim Caffey: jcaffey@drury.edu
Jason Ferguson: jason.ferguson@wichita.edu
Dick Henry: henry@nhn.ou.edu 
Dave Kolb:davidkolb@sbcglobal.net
Ryan Maderak: rmaderak@benedictine.edu
Dan McIntosh: mcintoshdh@umkc.edu 
Gregory Rudnick: grudnick@ku.edu
Angela Speck: speckan@missouri.edu
Brian Thomas: brian.thomas@washburn.edu
Bruce Twarog: btwarog@ku.edu

MARAC organizers abide by the AAS Ethics Statement and have adopted the Anti-Harassment Policy for Meetings and Activities of the American Astronomical Society and Divisions.

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