ADASS XXI Conference
Paris, November 6-10, 2011
The Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems (ADASS) conference provides a forum for scientists and developers concerned with algorithms, software and software systems employed in the acquisition, reduction, analysis, and dissemination of astronomical data. The program will include invited talks, contributed oral and display papers, tutorials user group meetings and special interest group meetings (called BOFs).
GPUs in Astronomy and Beyond
Cloud Computing and Virtualization
Statistical Data Analysis and Knowledge Discovery
Planning, Scheduling, and Operating Observatories
Long Term Preservation of Analysis Capabilities in Astronomy Software
ADASS XXI will be hosted by the Observatoire de Paris in France. The Observatoire de Paris is the largest national centre for research in astronomy. It counts among its staff thirty per cent of all French astronomers, who carry out research in the institution's seven laboratories. Located in the Paris, Meudon and Nançay sites, these are joint research units with the CNRS and often with major scientific universities in the Paris region.
Observatoire de Paris
61, avenue de l'Observatoire
- Online proceedings have been published by the ASP (2012)
- Deadline for final update of the manuscripts (25 Nov. 2011) has passed. Upload your file (XXX_v2.tar.gz) to the ftp server.
- Oral presentation slides are linked from the corresponding abstracts (23 Nov.)
- Authors and manuscript preparation instructions have been released (6 October)
- The Conference Schedule has been released (30 September)
- The Poster table has been updated (16 September)
- Registration is open (5 July)
- Previous Announcements