We are glad to announce that the next AEGIS Meeting will be hosted by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid GUAIX group and held in Toledo (Spain) in December 9-11 2009. We have put together a webpage where you can register and get information about the venue, how to get to Toledo, and how to make your hotel reservations: AEGIS meeting web page
Esther Mármol-Queraltó, GUAIX member, has attended to the XXVII General Assembly of the IAU, held in in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil) from August 3 to August 14. Esther presented a contributed talk in the Symposium 262: Stellar Populations-Planning for the Next Decade, entitled "Stellar population study in early-type galaxies: an approach from the K band", where she discussed the differences found in the near infrared measurements depending on the environment of the early-type galaxies. You can find the presentantion at http://www.bruzual.org/S262_online/Contributed/.
These results are part of her PhD work (available at http://www.ucm.es/info/Astrof/users/emq/tesis_emq.pdf -only in spanish, sorry!).
During the last 29 June - 3 July 2009, GUAIX member Jesús Gallego attended to the VIIth International Marseille Cosmology Conference "HARVESTING THE DESERT: THE UNIVERSE BETWEEN REDSHIFT 1 AND 3" where he had the opportunity of meeting his IAC collabortors and most of the teams that work on galaxy evolution.
The last 18 to 20 May 2009 the AEGIS collaboration meet at Harvard, Boston.
UCM was confirmed to host the AEGIS meeting in december 2009.
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