14th Cambridge Workshop on
Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun
November 6 - 10, 2006

View of Pasadena as seen from Mount Wilson


Online Registration for Cool Stars 14 is now closed.

On-site registration will be available for those still intending to attend.

Abstract submission for Cool Stars 14 is still open!

Late poster abstracts are continuing to be accepted on a space-available basis.

CS14 Satellites in orbit

With addition of satellites, CS14 now qualifies as an IAU planet - or at least a dwarf planet.  Two "satellite" meetings will be in orbit about CS14 during the conference week: the Astronomy Visualization Workshop and the TPF/Darwin Workshop.

The full meeting agenda is available online, in addition to submitted abstracts.

In addition to completing the full agenda for the CS14 meeting, the CS14 SOC has selected nine splinters to be part of the upcoming workshop.  Details on each are now available!

LOC, SOC Rosters

Both the Scientific Organizing Committee and Local Organizing Committee memberships are available online.
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Pasadena is the location for the Cool Stars 14 Workshop

CS14 is scheduled to be held in Pasadena, November 5-10, 2006, and to be jointly hosted by the Spitzer Science Center and the Michelson Science Center.  CS14 will also double as the 2006 Spitzer Science Center November workshop.  Topics that have been central to the previous Cool Stars meetings - stellar activity indicators, the solar-stellar connection, PMS stars and stellar evolution, brown dwarfs, and helio- and asteroseismology - will continue to be high on the agenda for CS14.  We will also place enhanced emphasis on a few topics such as mid-IR observations (debris disk evolution; protostar formation) and high-angular resolution observations (PMS disk imaging, PMS binary orbits, future space astrometry missions).

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Last update: 31 Oct 2006