AtomDB Workshop and Virtual Spectroscopy School
3rd - 5th August 2020

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The eighth AtomDB Workshop and spectroscopy school was due to be held the week of the 3rd August, however due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation we are canceling the in person meeting. Instead, we will hold a one day AtomDB meeting, followed by an advanced spectroscopy school over the following 2 days.

The meeting will run from 08:00-11:00 EDT (12:00-15:00 UTC) every day. The rough block schedule is:

The spectroscopy school will go beyond how to run spectral analysis software, instead focusing on the details and pitfalls of obtaining exciting scientific results from observed spectra. Invited speakers will present details of how they performed one of their published spectral analyses and what they discovered in a series of 20 minute talks, with notes or analysis scripts distributed where possible. We are still confirming speakers, topics and schedules, but to give an idea of the scope of the school some topics we aim to cover are:

There is no fee for the spectroscopy school, which will be held remotely by videoconference. If you are interested in attending, please register below so we can gauge interest and keep you up to date with the schedule. Similarly, if you wish to attend the Workshop day on August 3rd, in particular if you would like to present, please let us know below. If you have any questions, please contact the organizers.

In addition, those who have specific AtomDB related technical questions (e.g. tutorials, getting data into AtomDB, anything else) are welcome to work with the organizers during the remainder of the week (August 6th & 7th).


Organizer: Adam Foster +1-617-496-3203

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