Conference for Early Career Astrobiologists "The Early History of Planetary systems and habitable planets"

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Conference for Early Career Astrobiologists "The Early History of Planetary systems and habitable planets"

Time: August 8, 2017 to August 10, 2017
Location: Estonian Biocentre
Street: Riia 23b
City/Town: Tartu, Estonia
Website or Map: https://sisu.ut.ee/eac/venue
Phone: 0046855378649
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Wolf D. Geppert
Latest Activity: Apr 8, 2017

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The Astrobiology early career scientists conference “The Early History of Planetary systems and habitable planets” will be hosted in Tartu, Estonia. The event will start on the morning of August 8th and finishes in August 10th in the evening.

The meeting targets all related aspects of the subject. A broad range of contributions on formation and early development of planetary systems and particularly the habitable planets is expected, with links to other fields covered by astrobiology. The main (but by no means exclusive) themes of the conference are: 

  • Formation of protoplanetary disks and planetary systems
  • Early History of Earth and other planets
  • Impacts and their role in the evolution of planets
  • Formation and evolution of planet and satellite atmospheres
  • Co-evolution of Earth's geosphere and biosphere and the evolution of life
  • Habitability and factors influencing it
  • Life in extreme environments and its possible role in the evolution of life on Earth
  • The quest for habitable extrasolar planets: detection and characterisation
  • New aspects of planetary evolution

A large number of  bursaries is available for students and early career scientists (up to 8 years after their Ph.D) covering meals and accommodation during the entire meeting (evening August 7th, to morning August 11th).

Deadline for registration is 29th June 2017.

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