European Astronomical Society

JENAM 2007

Armenian Astronomical Society

Joint European and National Astronomy Meeting

20-25 August 2007


"Our non-stable Universe"



Yerevan, Armenia


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JENAM is the Joint European and National Astronomy Meeting organized each year in one of the European countries jointly by the European Astronomical Society and one of the national astronomical societies. JENAM-2007 will take place in Yerevan (Armenia) and will be the 15th Annual Meeting of the European Astronomical Society (EAS) and the 6th Annual Meeting of the Armenian Astronomical Society (ArAS). JENAM consists of a number of EAS Symposia and Special Sessions on various aspects of modern astronomy (see Topics).

The JENAM will consist of 6 Plenary sessions (invited reviews on hot topics of modern astrophysics), 8 EAS Symposia, and 6 Special Sessions (SPS). The EAS Symposia will last 2-3 days each, 4 Symposia in parallel. The SPS will last 1 or 2 days each, 3 SPS in parallel. Poster sessions will be organized as well for each of the Symposia and SPS. Highlight talks for young astronomers will be organized, too. The tentative program is already available.

The opening and closing sessions, EAS Symposia and Special Sessions will be organized in the conference halls and auditoria of the Yerevan State University (YSU) (see Venue). Exhibitions and poster sessions will be organized at the YSU entrance halls. The participants will stay at the Yerevan central hotels, and buses will take them every day to the University and back. A detailed information on travel to Armenia and visas, Yerevan hotels (see Accommodation), and local conditions is given in the corresponding sections.

During the JENAM, the EAS General Assembly and EAS Council meetings will take place, as well as a Job Market for young astronomers, exhibitions, a number of social events, etc.

Beside the joint excursions on Wednesday, August 22 and Saturday, August 25 (see Social events), additional tours will be organized for accompanying persons and those scientists not attending sessions on the given days.

The proceedings of the JENAM-2007 will be published in the EAS Publication Series in 2008. For more information, please visit the webpages below: