54th Annual DDA Meeting


DDA 54
Annual Meeting of the Division on Dynamical Astronomy
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
8 – 12 May 2023

Join us 8-12 May at the 54th meeting of the AAS Division on Dynamical Astronomy. The meeting will be in East Lansing, Michigan at Michigan State University.

Venue: STEM Building
642 Red Cedar Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824

All 'Pay by Plate' parking lots on the MSU campus are free the week of the DDA. The nearest pay by plate lots are Lot 39 at 445 S Shaw Ln, East Lansing, MI and lot 79 at 733 Red Cedar Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824.

Upcoming Deadlines

24 APR
Last day to register. There will be no onsite registration.

Plenary Speakers

Hal Levison

DDA’s annual Dirk Brouwer Career Award recognizes a major contributor to the field of dynamical astronomy who demonstrates excellence in scientific research, has had a proven impact and influence in the field, demonstrates excellence in the teaching and training of students, and provides outstanding advancement and other support of the field through administration, public service, or engineering achievement. The 2022 award goes to Dr. Harold (Hal) Levison (Southwest Research Institute, Boulder CO) to recognize and celebrate his outstanding contributions to our understanding of the Solar System, and to the numerical tools used to study these topics. 

Kat Volk

DDA’s annual Vera Rubin Early Career Prize recognizes an early career dynamicist who demonstrates excellence in scientific research in dynamical astronomy or a closely related field, has had impact and influence on these fields, and shows a promise of continued excellence as demonstrated by past practice in research, teaching, and the advancement and support of the field of dynamical astronomy. The 2022 prize goes to Dr. Kathryn (Kat) Volk (Planetary Science Institute) for her contributions to our understanding of the dynamics of small bodies beyond Neptune, and to the long-term dynamics and stability of tightly packed exoplanetary systems.

Public Talk

Astronomy on Tap Poster

Banner image: Didymos-Dimorphos Asteroid System [NASA, ESA, STScI, Jian-Yang Li (PSI); Image Processing: Joseph DePasquale]