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Where do you check and put them usually? Let's make a wiki ~

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I would say that the best place to look for conferences is the site of physics world and particularly the events page.

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There is a number of sites which lists conferences, e.g.


  • Associations/societies list their conferences
  • Some research groups homepages have list on conferences in their field.
  • Facebook, your faculty homepage, etc

(However, none of the current solutions is perfect. I have one idea what to do... but let's wait - or contact me.)

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The CADC's International Astronomy Meetings List is probably my favourite aggregator of international astrophysics conferences.

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Adding two more places to look:

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