8'th Open Young Scientists Conference on Astronomy and Space Physics

April 24-29, 2001

Conferences for young scientists are held traditionally at Kyiv Shevchenko University for many years. Recently they became open for participation of foreign students and young scientists. This was achieved through the efforts of Student Science Association and iniative students of Kiev Shevchenko University. The opportunity to invite more students to our Conference is very pleasant to us. The conference is supported by the Astronomy and Space Physics Dept.

Location:

Kyiv - the capital of Ukraine is very nice in spring. Meeting will be held in the Physics&Mathematics Lyceum which is located in the University south campus near the Physics Faculty.

Fields:

Astrometry, astrophysics, radioastronomy, solar physics, physics of the near space, geophysics, plasma physics, cosmology.

Purpose:

The aim of the Open Young Scientists Conference is to provide young scientists and students the possibility to communicate and present their scientific work. The other important goal is to promote international collaboration among young scientists and students in astronomy and space physics.

Working languages:

English, Ukrainian, Russian, Bilingual (English & Ukrainian/Russian) transparencies and figures are strongly advised, specially if the presentation is in Ukrainian/Russian. English abstract is desirable

Address:

YSC8, POBox 7, Kyiv-22, 03022 Ukraine
E-mail: ysc@space.phys.univ.kiev.ua
Phone: +(380) 44-266-44-57
Fax: +(380) 44-266-45-07

Organizing committee:

Volodymyr Reshetnyk (chairman), Kyiv Shevchenko University
Natali Omel'chenko, Kyiv Shevchenko University
Volodymyr Kudryavtsev, Kyiv Shevchenko University
Volodymyr Martiushov, Kyiv Shevchenko University
Volodymyr Gorkavenko, Kyiv Shevchenko University
Anatoliy Tugay, Kyiv Shevchenko University
Irina Magerya, Kyiv Shevchenko University
Olga Datsenko, Kyiv Shevchenko University
Inna Katinas, Kyiv Shevchenko University


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Kiev, Dec 2, 2000.