Subaru Users Meeting FY2018

January 28-30, 2019

National Astronomical Observatory of Japan | Tokyo, Japan

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Subaru telescope continue to be producing remarkable scientific outcomes and contributing to our deeper understanding of the Universe in various research fields. In order to keep its great momentum and productivity towards the future, and for Subaru Telescope to remain as a cutting-edge astronomical facility in the world, we will host an annual Subaru User's Meeting FY2018 and have close and intensive discussions with our community on recent scientific results, current status of operations, and future plans of the Subaru Telescope.

Because of Subaru's uniqueness and complementarity to other world facilities, the importance of coordinated international collaborations with large projects with other ground-based/space facilities and overseas institutes is continuously increasing. The observatory has in fact been discussing with potential partners to promote international partnership on Subaru operation. In order to strengthen the Subaru capability through international cooperation, discussion between users and the observatory is crucial.

We encourage the Subaru community to participate in this Users' meeting, present their recent scientific results, and have intensive discussions on the Subaru future strategy.




Presentation, accommodation in Cosmos-Kaikan, and financial support

December 15, 2018 (Japan standard time)  Closed

Banquet participation

January 15, 2019 (Japan standard time) Closed

*We will inform you of your approved presentation style (oral/presentation) and the availability of the Cosmos-Kaikan and the financial support (for those who requested) within a few weeks after the registration is closed.

Last Update: February 13, 2019