Solar, stellar and planetary physics are among the most exciting contemporary topics in astrophysics, aided significantly by recently acquired high-quality observations from space and advances in computation and theory. The Center for Space Science at NYUAD aims to bring together internationally recognized practitioners in these areas to discuss cutting-edge developments. Representatives from the UAE academic and space sectors will participate, and developing a means of collaboration will be an important focus of the meeting. This workshop is the second in a series of international meetings organized by the Center for Space Science at NYUAD.
Please note that taxis here only take cash.
Taxis are also easily available at the Sofitel hotel's main entrance, and near NYUAD Welcome Center.
Parking at NYUAD
Use the garage entrance (East) at the far end of the road after the U-turn. See Campus Map (PDF). The entrance is in front of A6-C.
Use the visitor parking in Zone 4 and take the D2 Elevator. The conference building will be on the left-hand side as you exit the elevator.
Muataz Al Barwani, New York University Abu Dhabi
Ian Dobbs-Dixon, New York University Abu Dhabi
Laurent Gizon, Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research and New York University Abu Dhabi
Shravan Hanasoge, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research and New York University Abu Dhabi
K.R. Sreenivasan, CSS PI, New York University New York
Center for Space Science, NYU Abu Dhabi
The Center for Space Science at the NYUAD Institute is setting up a world-class research and outreach program in solar, stellar and exoplanet science. In addition to being a hub of intellectual activity within NYUAD, the Center intends to be a significant resource in supporting one of UAE's Innovation Priority Sectors, space.
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