Planning to attend the DPS meeting in Provo this October? Reserve a hotel room and register soon! Book your hotel room before the meeting block closes on 20 September and register by 21 September to avoid higher rates.
DPS Tag Definition: Relates to the Division for Planetary Science and the field of planetary science. Includes planetary grants, prizes and awards.
If you plan to attend the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences meeting in Provo this October, note that the regular registration deadline is Tuesday, 29 August, and late abstracts are due Thursday, 31 August!
The early registration deadline for the 49th DPS meeting is Monday, 31 July, so register soon to save!
Registration is now open for the 49th meeting of the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences. The regular abstract deadline is 26 July, and the regular registration deadline is 31 July.
The 49th annual meeting of the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences will take place 15-20 October 2017 in Provo, Utah. Workshop proposals are due 24 May and abstract submission is now open.
Abstract submission site will be available by 30 May.
Regular Deadline: 26 July 2018, 9:00 pm ET
Late Deadline: 31 August 2018, 9:00 pm ET
Registration fees and instructions.
Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the joint Division for Planetary Sciences / European Planetary Science Congress meeting. Deadline: 23 June 2016
Deadlines are just around the corner to register and make hotel reservations for the 45th annual meeting of the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences, 6-11 October 2013, in Denver, Colorado.
We are pleased to announce that at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society in Philadelphia, the ACS-PHYS division established a new Astrochemistry Subdivision. Astrochemistry is the study of the abundances and chemical reactions of atoms, molecules, and ions and how they interact with radiation in both gas and condensed phases in Solar Systems and in the Interstellar Medium. The new Subdivision provides an interdisciplinary "home" for individuals interested in this growing research area.