March 14-16, Vietri sul Mare (Italy)
has successfully led 8 years of observational campaigns using the
1.54m telescope at ESO, La Silla. Several telescopes are joining the
consortium building an effective follow-up network. The main scientific
focus is the search for extrasolar planets by the microlensing method, but
several parallel projects (transits, variables in globular clusters, quasar
microlensing, asteroids, brown dwarfs) have produced highly appreciated
The annual meeting will
provide a great opportunity to report the latest results and discuss
the strategies for the future in a friendly and agreeable
Monday morning: Report from 2015
Monday afternoon: Parallel
Tuesday morning: News from
telescopes in the network.
Tuesday afternoon: Gravitational
Wednesday: morning: Highlights on
Wednesday afternoon: MiNDSTEp in
Full agenda here
Please send an e-mail to
Valerio Bozza before 27 February.
If you wish to give a presentation, send the title of your talk as
The registration fee should be no higher than 100 Euro, to be paid
on-site by cash. Depending on the number of participants, the fee
will be correspondingly lowered.
Included in the fee are wifi access, coffee breaks, badge,
stationery and technical assistance.
La Lucertola offers the following rates: 100 € full board, 90 € half board
in single rooms. Please make your reservation at
specifying "MiNDSTEp meeting" in the subject and declaring your
Do not forget to provide your flight
details so as to organize your transfer from and to the airport.
Valerio Bozza, Giuseppe D'Ago, Luigi
Valerio Bozza (University of Salerno,
Giuseppe D'Ago (IIASS, Italy)
Martin Dominik (St. Andrews University, UK)
Markus Hundertmark (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Uffe Grae Jorgensen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Luigi Mancini (MPIA Heidelberg, Germany)
Gaetano Scarpetta (University of Salerno, Italy)