Asteroseismology has become a well established field with far reaching implications in many areas of astrophysics thanks to the advent of space-borne missions. TASC4/KASC11 will be the first meeting after the launch of the TESS satellite and will particularly focus on its prospects for breakthrough science in the fields of stellar evolution, exoplanet research, and Galactic archaeology. It will review the latest highlights from Kepler and K2 and how the challenges presented by these results can be addressed in the dawn of a new era of astrophysical research at a much larger scale. The workshop will also provide sessions for discussion within TASC working groups and coordinated activities on the status of the preparatory work for the imminent data flow from TESS in the framework of the major themes and opportunities discussed during the week.
Workshop dates: 8-13 July 2018
Welcome reception and registration: 8 July 2018
Abstract deadline for contributed talks: 15 April 2018
Deadline for early registration and payment: 1 June 2018
Abstract deadline for posters: 1 June 2018
The registration for the TASC4/KASC11 workshop in Aarhus, Denmark 8-13 July 2018 will open 1 March 2018 on tasc4.dk. The registration fee covers all lunches, snacks, coffee breaks and social events and the conference fee is listed below.
Paid before 1 June 2018
Paid after 1 June 2018
(joining the social programme)
We DO NOT arrange accommodation for TASC4/KASC11 participants but we will list options for accommodation on the conference website once it opens. Please note that the mentioned hotels are just suggestions and we encourage you to also look for hotels at booking.com or airbnb.com.
Victor Silva Aguirre, Denmark (chair)
Suzanne Aigrain, UK
Tom Barclay, USA
Remo Collet, Denmark
Margarida Cunha, Portugal
JJ Hermes, USA
Jennifer Johnson, USA
Yveline Lebreton, France
Coralie Neiner, France
Dennis Stello, Australia
Vincent Van Eylen, The Netherlands
Rasmus Handberg (Chair)
Ole J. Knudsen