The annual meeting of the European Astronomical Society

The annual meeting of the European Astronomical Society will take place on July 10-14, 2023. The meeting is organized by the European Astronomical Society (EAS) in cooperation with the Polish Astronomical Society (PTA). The EAS organizes annual meetings in various European countries. In 2023, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Polish Astronomical Society and the 550th anniversary of the birth of Nicolaus Copernicus, the reunion will be held in charming Krakow.
The main purpose of this major event, which gathers participants from all over Europe, is to promote astronomy in Europe, exchange scientific knowledge and build new international partnerships. The conference is organized with the support of renowned astronomical institutions, such as the European Southern Observatory (ESO), the European Space Agency (ESA), AstroNet and many other scientific cooperations (e.g. SKA, LOFAR, CTA, JWST or Gaia).
Organizers expect EAS 2023 to attract more than 1,500 attendees, offering a diverse science program and much more. The conference will include 13 two-day symposiums, 41 one-day sessions, plenary and public lectures. In addition to the rich scientific program, there will also be sessions and plenary discussions devoted to equality in science, linking astronomy with ecology and culture, as well as planning a scientific career and writing scientific texts. EAS 2023 will also be honored with prestigious EAS awards (Fritz Zwicky Prize, Tycho Brache Medal, Lodewijk Woltjer Lecture, and three MERAC awards).
Information about accompanying popular science events and open lectures will be available on the conference website.
Graphics: PTA / EAS