Elizabeth and Frederik White Conference on the Magellanic System
Mon 16 Jul to Tue 17 Jul 2007

ATNF Marsfield Lecture Theatre

 

The focus of this conference will be on current research pertaining to the Magellanic System.

The Magellanic System is the closest interacting system to our Galaxy, offering a front-seat and unobstructed means to study the evolution of perturbed, metal-poor and gas-rich systems. The two Clouds, the LMC and SMC, are irregular dwarf galaxies which host a complete range of astrophysical phenomena.

Section topics include evolutionary modeling, the turbulent ISM, and analises of the stellar and star-forming population.

This conference will run over two days.

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Erik Muller
erik.muller@csiro.au

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