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Number of records: 64

2-DEMOC 2014
26 to 27 June 2014
SELGIFS Kick-off meeting
17 to 20 December 2013
CALIFA 6th Busy Week
14 to 18 October 2013
2-DEMOC 2013
20 to 21 June 2013
ESPRESSO Progress Meeting
16 to 18 January 2013
Cosmonata@CAUP 2012
27 to 28 December 2012
EXOEarths Internal Meeting 2012
25 to 26 October 2012
ESPRESSO Progress Meeting
19 to 21 June 2012
Azores School on Observational Cosmology
31 August to 6 September 2011
Waves and Physics
20 to 24 June 2011
Porto Dynamic Days
6 to 9 June 2011
ESPRESSO Progress Meeting
26 to 27 October 2009
Towards Other Earths
19 to 23 October 2009
HELAS Board Meeting
14 to 15 September 2009
Blue Dots meeting
28 to 30 January 2009
OPTICON Board Meeting
10 to 11 November 2008
ESF Exploratory Workshop
27 to 29 March 2008
4th JETSET Summer School
25 to 29 June 2007
Cores to Clusters
7 to 9 October 2004
COSLAB Workshop
22 to 24 May 2003
The Unsolved Universe: Challenges for the Future (JENAM 2002)
2 to 7 September 2002
1º Encontro da Rede Portuguesa de Cosmologia
12 September 1998
4th National meeting of Astronomy and Astrophysics
28 to 29 July 1994
1st National meeting of Astronomy and Astrophysics
29 to 30 July 1991

Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences

Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences (IA) is a new but long anticipated research infrastructure with a national dimension. It embodies a bold but feasible vision for the development of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Sciences in Portugal, taking full advantage and fully realizing the potential created by the national membership of the European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Southern Observatory (ESO). IA resulted from the merging the two most prominent research units in the field in Portugal: the Centre for Astrophysics of the University of Porto (CAUP) and the Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Lisbon (CAAUL). It currently hosts more than two-thirds of all active researchers working in Space Sciences in Portugal, and is responsible for an even greater fraction of the national productivity in international ISI journals in the area of Space Sciences. This is the scientific area with the highest relative impact factor (1.65 times above the international average) and the field with the highest average number of citations per article for Portugal.

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