7 October, 2021
Space & Ground-Based Astronomy Virtual Conference

We are pleased to announce the first Virtual Conference on Space & Ground-Based Astronomy. This virtual event will facilitate collaboration allowing you to interact with your peers and gain insights from industry experts from home at no cost.

Moreover, the meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss recent discoveries, advancements in techniques, and introduce useful tools to achieve your research goals. This scientific conference will feature headline speakers highlighted below. 

Join the Virtual Event to:

  • View webinars and content —by scientists, for scientists.
  • Access a wide selection of resources such as white papers, application notes, technical handbooks, product demo videos, and product selection guides.
  • Connect with our application specialists to get tips and tricks, and advice on overcoming challenges in your research.
  • Visit booths to learn more about solutions for your application.
  • Connect with keynote speakers and your peers in discussions.
  • Register for your chance to WIN an Andor Astronomy sCMOS camera. 
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Confirmed Speakers

Invited Speaker Schedule

Presentation Title Time Presenter
Mars Sample Return: The Double Walled Isolator……..Science Not Science Fiction  9.00AM (UK time) John Holt
Leicester University, UK
BepiColombo: X-ray Eyes on Mercury 10.30AM (UK time) Dr Adrian Martindale
Leicester University, UK
Space – So What? 12.00PM (UK time) Prof. Anu Ojha
National Space Centre, UK
DKIST – New Horizons in Solar Physics 1.30PM (UK time) Prof. Michail Mathioudakis
Queens University Belfast, UK
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Observatory Operations 3.00PM (UK time) Alysha Shugart
Rubin Observatory
The EMCCD Revolution in Astronomical Speckle Interferometry 4.30PM (UK time) Dr Gerard Van Belle
Lowell Observatory, USA


Would you like the chance to WIN an Andor Astronomy Zyla sCMOS Camera*? We would like to hear from you.  Enter now, and tell us why the Andor Astronomy Zyla sCMOS camera would be perfect for your research to be in with a chance to win.

Entries will be shortlisted prior to the conference, with the top 3 entries being invited to provide a short 5-10 minute presentation on their research during the conference.  The winner will be announced at the end of the conference.

The submission deadline for entries has now passed.

*The deadline to submit an entry is September 24.  You must be registered for the virtual conference to be eligable to enter. Shortlisted entries will be contacted 1 week before the conference to provide a recorded presentation.   

*Camera will be a Zyla 5.5 ex-demo sCMOS camera. To view our full Terms & Conditions please click here.