|Mon 11 June||Main conference: plenary sessions (full day)|
|Tue 12 June||Main conference: plenary sessions (full day)|
|Wed 13 June||Main conference: splinter sessions|
|Thu 14 June||Main conference: splinter sessions|
|Fri 15 June||Garage Day|
Evening Social Events
|Mon 11 June||Reception|
|Tue 12 June||STAR Prizes Dinner (for STAR Prize Awardees)|
|Wed 13 June||Conference Dinner|
The full program still needs to be finalised. The general outline, however, is as follows.
the conference runs from Monday morning, June 11st, to Thursday afternoon 5 pm, June 14th, at the Stadthalle in Bonn/Bad Godesberg;
the local registration opens Monday morning 8:30 am;
we are holding a reception on Monday evening between 7 pm to 9 pm at the University main building in the Bonn city centre (this is different from the conference venue);
Monday and Tuesday are full-day plenary sessions;
Wednesday and Thursday are splinter sessions;
the conference dinner is on Wednesday evening from 7 pm in the Rheinhotel Dreesen in Bonn/Bad Godesberg (in walking distance to the venue, about 20 min walk);
Garage Day Events
OU-SWGs Garage Day
The full Friday after the main event, June 15th, is the OU-SWGs Garage Day, which also takes place at the Stadthalle in Bonn/Bad Godesberg.
Everybody is welcome, but in order to ease planning, please indicate in the registration process if you are intending to stay for the Garage Day. Thanks!
The Garage Day organizational website can be found here on ESA Cosmos.
Early Career Committee (09:00h-12:30h)
The idea behind the Early Career Committee is to offer career and professional development activities at the EC annual meetings aimed at increasing awareness of career options inside and outside of academia, and strategies for pursuing them. The members of the committee also intend to act as points of contact to any early-career researcher.
Everybody is welcome to attend this session, but please indicate in the form if you are interested to join the EC Early Career session on Friday, 15th (9:00-12:30).
Euclid STAR Prizes 2018
The prize committee will award the Euclid STAR Prizes 2018 at the main event during the plenary sessions.
The Euclid Special Talent And Recognition (STAR) Prize, first established in 2017, is a yearly prize to acknowledge work done within the Euclid Consortium in different areas of activity.
Prizes are awarded to nominees in different categories by the Euclid STAR Prize Committee. Nominations are accepted and encouraged from any Euclid Consortium member.
Prize winners will be invited by the prize committee for a special dinner on Tuesday evening.
Nominations for the Euclid STAR Prizes are now closed.
Thanks to everyone for their participation!