02-06 July 2018

Lake Windermere, UK


The study of massive stars has been bolstered by the increased volume of data on these objects as well as the improved spatial dynamical range of the data, particularly data from ALMA.  This meeting will discuss recent results in the field of studying the multiple stages of massive star formation as well as discussing how future facitiies such as JWST, ELT, SKA, and ngVLA.



04-06 September 2018

Dwingeloo, Netherlands


This year's Young European Radio Astronomers Conference will be hosted by JIVE and ASTRON in the Netherlands.  The conference is an excellent opportunity for young researchers to meet other people working in the field and to present their own results.  The conference is limited to 35 participants, so register as soon as possible via the conference website.  Registration closes on 01 June.



01-05 October 2018


Grenoble, France


The IRAM millimetre interferometry school series is a biennial event where experts at IRAM teach participants about millimetre interferometry.  This year's meeting will place a special emphasis on working with the NOEMA interferometer but will also include work on ALMA data as well as additional fundamental interferometry work.  More information is available on the website for the school.