In 2020, the Network of Ultraviolet Astronomy (NUVA) decided to begin organizing yearly  e-meetings to keep the community updated and connected. These e-meetings are dedicated to specific topics to take advantage of the short time frame available for this type of global e-reunions. They are typically scheduled from 14:00 to 17:00 UTC during 1-3 days, depending on the demand of the community. Talks from young scientists starting in the field are most welcome as well as updates from reputed specialists in the evolution of their research or instrumentation.

The topic of the next NUVA e-meeting will be: “The impact of UV surveys in astronomy”.

This meeting is thought as a contact point for the on-going global activities for UV imaging and spectroscopic surveys with missions like HST, AstroSat/UVIT, GALEX, and Swift have provided wide-ranging results and transformed the landscape for future UV/optical astronomy missions.

The 2024 meeting will be held on 16th and 17th October from 15:00 to 18:00 CEST. During the week of the workshop, this time is UTC+2.

Deadline for the submission of contributions: September 20th, 2024. (14:00h UTC+2). The SOC will inform on accepted contributions: October 2nd, 2024. Deadline for Late registration: October 14th, 2024 (14:00h UTC+2).

Go to the Registration page to proceed with your meeting registration or submission of contribution.

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