Abstract submission for ADASS 2023

Welcome to abstract submission for the ADASS XXXIII (2023) conference.

You may edit your profile and enter your abstract (talk, BoF, focus demo, or poster):

  • Talks are 15 minutes long, including 3 minutes for questions
  • Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions are participant-driven conference spaces dedicated to topics of interest to specific communities - 60-90 min
  • Focus demos (product demos) are 30-minute sessions where speakers can demonstrate software or a system

Please note that it is not allowed to be the main author of several talks or poster contributions.

To build the schedule in a semi-automatic way, co-authors are not registered on this platform. You may add them to the proceedings paper.

Since the conference is hybrid, sessions will have virtual participants. All talks and BoFs will be accessible via Zoom, though the organizers intend this to be primarily an in-person conference. This means that your contribution will be recorded unless you choose to opt-out.

Key themes for ADASS XXXIII are:

  • Science with data archives: challenges in multi-wavelength and time domain data analysis
  • Software, tools and standards for Solar System, heliophysics, and planetary research
  • Cloud infrastructures for astronomical data analysis
  • User Experience for astronomical software
  • GPU implementations for core astronomical libraries
  • AI in Astronomy
  • Research software engineering as a career path
  • Ground and space mission operations software
  • and, as always, other creative topics in astronomical software

Submission deadlines:

  • BoF or Focus proposal - Deadline for submission: 1 September 2023
  • Oral contribution - Deadline for abstract submission: 1 September 2023
  • Poster - Deadline for abstract submission: 15 October 2023

We look forward to receiving your abstracts!

This Call for Papers closed on 2023-10-16 23:59 (US/Arizona).