The 2014 Meeting of the Division on Dynamical Astronomy will be held from 28 April to 1 May 2014 at the The College of Physicians, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The annual DDA Meeting brings together top researchers in astronomy, astrophysics, planetary science, and astrodynamics for in-depth and stimulating discussions and talks on all aspects of dynamics in the space sciences. The DDA meeting features invited talks on a range of topics, contributed talks (with no parallel sessions), and posters that can be displayed throughout the entire meeting.
Press Contact:Rick Fienberg
Ray Duncombe Prize 2014 Winners:
Nicholas Attree (Queen Mary, University of London)
Melissa Dykhuis (University of Arizona)
Natalia Storch (Cornell University)
Abstracts (CLOSED): 11:59 PM EDT, Wednesday, March 26, 2014 (UT-4:00)
To give a presentation at the Philadelphia meeting, you must submit an abstract (2250 character limit) through the AAS Scholar One abstract form. You may present two papers as long as one is oral and the other is a poster.
Click here to see submitted abstracts
Posters should be less than 48 inches x 32 inches
Press Registration: Email Tracy Beale
There will be no banquet, other activities are planned.
|Member Type||Early||Late / On-site|
|Students and Emeritus members||$300||$325|
UPDATE (03/11): Area hotels are all very expensive during the DDA meeting. We recommend the attendees to stay at the hotels near Philadelphia airport, which are reasonably priced and a short subway ride from the venue. These include (quotes are averages for 04/27-05/01, obtained from Hotels.com on 03/11)
People looking for roommates should email Matija, mcuk[at]seti.org.
No events on Sunday April 27
Sourav Chatterjee(University of Florida)
Globular Clusters, the Dynamics Factories of the Milky Way
Kaitlin Kratter (University of Arizona)
Dynamics of Pluto's moons and circumbinary planets
Stephen McMillan (Drexel University)
Modeling the Formation and Evolution of Dense Stellar Systems
Monica Valluri (University of Michigan)
Dynamical processes in barred galaxies with supermassive black holes
Dimitri Veras (Warwick University)
The rich dynamics of planets in post-main-sequence systems