The physics of evolved stars II: The role of binarity

Welcome to the website of the conference "The physics of evolved stars II: the role of binarity"

It will take place in Nice from July 10 to 13, 2017.

Registration is opened. Abstract submission closed on March 30th.

This conference aims at gathering researchers working in the domain of evolved stars, be it low mass or high mass (i.e. AGB, LBV, Delta Scuti, WR, sgB[e], etc...). This will foster fruitful discussions and exchanges between stellar physicists. The first of this conference series has been organized in 2015 in Nice, and it was dedicated to the memory of Olivier Chesneau, a young stellar physics scientist who was at the origin of many collaborations. To get a sense of the topics discussed during this first conference, you can browse the presentations of the 2015 conference, or take a look at the published proceedings.


To get a sense of what will be discussed, here a words cloud with the words used in all the abstracts we received



Registration info

Facebook page of the conference

POE2017 group

Twitter feed



Keep-home dates:

13 Jan 2017: 1st announcement

15 Feb 2017: registration starts

30 Mar 2017: deadline for abstract submission

15 Apr 2017: talk/poster selection announcement

1 Jun 2017: end of normal registration/ beginning of late registration -

15 Jun 2017: no more registration accepted -

10 Jul 2017: Beginning of the conference



Registration is open


Please note the website of the 2015 conference


Please also check the Olivier Chesneau Prize website

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