MARAC - An AAS REGIONAL MEETING
Mid-American Regional Astrophysics Conference 2018
3rd Annual Regional Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
Friday/Saturday, April 13/14
48th Mid-American Regional Astrophysics Conference
Nichols Library and Learning Center
University of Missouri, KC
Kansas City, MO 64110
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.
The conference presentations are composed of 15-minute contributed talks (including questions) and posters following the same format as AAS meetings. If you intend to present a talk or a poster, when completing the on-line registration form, please submit your paper title and abstract, with authors and institutions BEFORE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2018
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 on the MARAC site as they become available.
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.
REGISTRATION FEES WILL BE COLLECTED ON SITE. If you require a receipt, we will be happy to supply one.
Registration Fee: $25 Students: $10
Invited Speaker: Dr. Claudia Scarlata
Dr. Scarlata is an Associate Professor at the Minnesota Institute for Astrophysics at the University of Minnesota. Her work is mostly observational in nature, targeting galaxies at different cosmic epochs to directly trace their evolution, while using local galaxies as laboratories to understand their distant analogs. Her recent work has focused on the poorly-understood balance between gas inflow (accretion of gas from the circumgalactic medium), outflow (energetic feedback into the interstellar medium due to stellar winds, supernova explosions, and black-hole activity) and gas consumption rate (star-formation).
Poster backboards are 48" x 36" and mounted flat on a display easel; they can be oriented either vertically or horizontally.
There will be WiFi Internet access available at the meeting. The login and password will be provided on site.
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: email@example.com.
Barbara J. Anthony-Twarog: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Brodwin: email@example.com
Jim Caffey: JimCaffey@gmail.com
Jason Ferguson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bret Lehmer: email@example.com
Ryan Maderak: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan McIntosh: email@example.com
Gregory Rudnick: firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Speck: email@example.com
Brian Thomas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Twarog: email@example.com
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.