60 years of studies of the interstellar magnetic field
2008 March 26-29 Lexington
Electronic versions of talks and posters are now
available on the Final Program page of
The magnetic field of the galaxy was discovered in
observations made in
Since that time the galactic magnetic field has challenged (and often
theorists alike. This meeting will celebrate sixty years of
studies of the interstellar magnetic field.
The meeting will take place in Lexington, Kentucky USA, in the heart
of the beautiful Bluegrass
region. Lexington and its environs are known for picturesque
countryside, thoroughbred race horses, and fine bourbon whiskey asleep
many years in the wood.
The final program is here.
This page also has the list of posters and instructions on how to
prepare talks for projection.
The meeting banquet will be held at
Buffalo Trace Distillery, recently named worldwide whiskey distiller
of the year by two leading wine and spirits magazines. Samples of fine
Buffalo Trace spirits at the banquet will, no doubt, lubricate the
imaginations of conference participants as they seek to better envision
the complexities of interstellar magnetism. Banquet attendees may also,
if they feel so inclined, raise a glass to
Tom Troland's 60
years on planet Earth.
- A Final Program has been posted
including links to talks and posters
- The list of registered
- Registration deadline - 2008 Feb 15
- The deadline for the registration fee is March 10
- Meeting dates 2008 March 26 - 29