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The workshop will focus on non-local thermodynamic equilibrium and non-equilibrium radiation transfer in the context of various interdisciplinary problems in astrophysics, from stellar and exoplanet atmospheres to interstellar matter and supernova, and radiation propagation in accretion and protoplanetary discs.
accretion discs, protoplanetary discs
spectral modeling of tidal disruption events
supernova NLTE modelling
cold interstellar matter
Registration and Abstract Submission
All participants are requested to register by filling out the "Registration" form accessible via the menu on the left of this page. Participants interested in contributing with a talk or electronic poster must also submit an abstract by filling out the "Abstract Submission", also accessible via the same menu. In order to receive full consideration, all information must be received by November 1st, 2021 at the latest.
Venue and Organizational Aspects
The workshop will take place in The Niels Bohr Institute on Blegdamsvej 17. The lectures will take place in the historic Auditorium A, but a video conferencing platform for remote participants will also be available. The workshop is organized by the Niels Bohr International Academy (NBIA) in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (MPIA). NBIA will provide infrastructure in the form of discussion rooms to facilitate collaborations and discussions in smaller groups. A social dinner for all participants will be organized during the course of the workshop. There will be no registration fee.
Maria Bergemann (MPIA, NBIA), chair
Clément Bonnerot (NBIA)
Troels Haugbølle (NBI, StarPlan)
Anders Jerkstrand (Stockholm University)
Anders Johansen (GLOBE, StarPlan)
Jes Jørgensen (NBI, StarPlan)
Daniel Kasen (UC Berkeley)
Åke Nordlund (NBI, StarPlan)
Martin Pessah (NBIA), co-chair
James Stone (Princeton, IAS)
Mats Carlsson (University of Oslo, Norway)
Shane Davis (University of Virginia, USA)
Christiane Helling (University of St Andrews, UK)
Kevin Heng (University of Bern, Switzerland)
John Hillier (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
Kenta Hotokezaka (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Mika Juvela (University of Helsinki, Finland)
Inga Kamp (Kapteyn Institute, The Netherlands)
Monika Moscibrodzka (Radboud University, The Netherlands)
Abigail Polin (Carnegie Observatories, USA)
Nathaniel Roth (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)
Ekaterina Semenova (Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Germany)
Stuart Sim (Queen's University Belfast, UK)
Floris van der Tak (SRON / U Groningen, The Netherlands)