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update: Kathmandu Astrophysics School announcement

Kathmandu Astrophysics School (KAS2018) Date: June 10-17, 2018 Prithvi Narayan Campus, Pokhara, Nepal Participants will be introduced to basic concepts and computational techniques in astrophysics and cosmology. Lectures will be combined with hands-on projects, professional development and networking, with the goal of mentoring advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students to …

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update – Astrolab Tutors Training Announcement

Astrolab Tutors Training 18-22 June 2018 University of Zululand Physics and Engineering Department 3886, KwaZulu-Natal South Africa Application link: http://www.unizulu.ac.za/astrolab_application_form/  Deadline: March 31, 2018 More information: http://www.unizulu.ac.za/astrolab-background/ The widespread interest in astronomy can be tapped not only to increase knowledge but also to illuminate the nature of science with the interdisciplinary nature …

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update – one day workshop

‘One Day Workshop in Astronomy and Astrophysics Research’  February 27, 2018 Nepal Academy of Science and Technolgy (NAST) Registration Form (online)  Deadline is February 23, 2018 Note: Limited partial/full travel grant is available for deserving students. Women are especially encouraged to apply! More information about the project on the website: http://www.nepalastronomicalsociety.org/projects/dasn2018/

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Final report

Madagascar Astronomy Python Workshop (MadaAstroPy) was a Python programming workshop for scientific postgraduate students in the field of physics / mathematics / engineering and particularly targeted for astrophysics students in Antananarivo, Madagascar for the first time. The workshop was held at the Institute & Observatory of Geophysics in Antananarivo (IOGA) within …

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Overview of project

Armenian Astronomical Society together with the Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory (BAO) has been active in organizing international summer schools for young astronomers and joint workshops with Georgian and Iranian astronomers. Very often they precede each other to give chance to the students to participate in both events. After the establishment of …

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