SEAYAC 2015 exhilarates as young and promising Southeast Asian researchers shine.

Dec 3,  2015

SEAYAC 2015

Krabi, Thailand

SEAYAC 2015 exhilarates as young and promising Southeast Asian researchers shine.

On this day, the 4th Southeast Asian Young Astronomer Collaboration (SEAYAC) Meeting 2015 kicks off with 30 vibrant youngsters to present their papers with much enthusiasm. These young talented astronomers were selected based on their outstanding research outcomes and interests submitted to NARIT earlier. The 2-day meeting is packed with 7 sessions – each is chaired by expert individuals in astronomy such as Puji Irawati, Avivah Yamani, and Tri Astraatmadja to name a few. They will also be guided through 2 workshops dedicated to Monte Carlo Method in Astronomy and Writing Scientific Papers. How inspiring to see them in actions, stay tuned as we dig into details!