Abundances, nucleosynthesis and chemical evolution
19-21 September 2016, Porto Alegre, Brazil
The first Precision Spectroscopy workshop (Sao Paulo, 2015), aimed to discuss the high precision line-by-line abundance technique, and their implications regarding planets, stellar evolution and galactic evolution. Precision Spectroscopy 2016 aims to discuss stellar evolution, nucleosynthesis and chemical evolution, to provide a better understanding of the new chemical abundance constraints. As in 2015, the workshop will consist of lectures by invited speakers, oral contributions by participants, and likely some practical activities. The main lecturers will be Amanda Karakas (Monash, Australia) and Chiaki Kobayashi (Hertfordshire, UK), recognised experts on nucleosynthesis and chemical evolution.
Precision Spectroscopy 2016 will be held in Porto Alegre, in Southern Brazil. Applications will be received until noon GMT, July 19, 2016 (Tuesday). The outcome will be released about one or two weeks later. Successful applicants will be required to pay a small registration fee (50 euros for participants from abroad, and 150 reais for local participants). Notice that financial aid is not available, albeit we could try to lower the cost of your registration fee, if you require so. Also, we will try to organize hotel room sharing.
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