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Talks: closes 22 May 2015
Posters: closes 1 June 2015
4 June 2015
Thanks for a great meeting!
Thanks to all the attendees for a very enjoyable and productive NERQUAM! We had 50 participants and many excellent talks and posters. It was a great pleasure hosting everyone up at Dartmouth and hearing about all the exciting AGN research in our area.
The 25th New England Regional Quasar and AGN Meeting
The 2015 edition of NERQUAM was held on Thursday June 4, 2015 at Dartmouth College.
News and Updates
The final meeting program with abstracts is now available.
The invited speaker at this year's NERQUAM will be Prof. Eilat Glikman from Middlebury College, who will discuss "Obscuration and Reddening in AGN and Quasars: Teasing out Signposts of Co-evolution ".
Travel and parking information: Driving directions are available here. If interested in sharing a ride, please see our Online Ride Board.
For those driving, you can park in any of the lots shown on this parking map. (Wilder Hall is marked by a "W"). Please make note of where you have parked and make sure to give us your car information; no need for a parking permit. The lots close to Wilder tend to be filled up by around 9am; the further lot (P4) is a 5-10 minute walk down the street.
Lunch at the meeting will be held at the Class of 1953 Commons on the Dartmouth campus. The cost for lunch (all you can eat, with many options including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free) will be $10 (please bring cash).
Meeting Information and Abstract Submission
The aim of NERQUAM is to promote interaction and collaboration among the New England community of scientists working on various aspects of Active Galaxies, Quasars, and Jets. The format will be similar to previous years, with news items, invited and contributed talks, and posters. There will be ample time for discussion during coffee and lunch breaks as well as a reception at the end. Because of the traditional informality of NERQUAM meetings, and the absence of a registration fee, this is a good meeting for graduate students and undergraduates to attend.
Venue: Room 104 Wilder Laboratory, Dartmouth College
Date: Thursday, 4 June 2015
Time: 9:45am - 6pm
Registration fee: FREE
Talks will be 10 minutes in length, plus two minutes for questions (please keep to time!) Presenters are encouraged to bring their talk on a memory stick to put on a single computer for the presentations. Posters will be displayed in the coffee area throughout the day.
Driving directions to the meeting venue at the Department of Physics and Astronomy (Wilder Laboratory) are available here. If interested in sharing a ride, please see our Online Ride Board. If driving to campus, please send your car ,ake, model, and license plate number to Ryan.C.Hickox@dartmouth.edu so we can arrange parking.
Abstract submission for talks is now closed. To register to presenter a poster attend the meeting if not presenting, please go to the abstract submission and registration page. The due date for registration is Monday, June 1, 2015.
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