The Irish National Astronomy Meeting 2022 (INAM 2022) will be hosted by the Dublin institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) at Dunsink Observatory between September 1st and 2nd, 2022. We look forward to once again showcasing the wide range of projects being carried out by Irish researchers in partnership with international collaborators.
|Abstract Submission Deadline||30 June 2022|
|Programme Announcement||mid July 2022|
|Registration Deadline||mid August 2022|
|Meeting||1 – 2 September 2022|
Abstract submission is now open! Please submit through our online webform at: dunsink.dias.ie/inam2022/abstracts/
You should receive a confirmation email shortly after submission. If you do not receive this within 24 hours please contact the organisers to check it has been successfully recorded – don’t forget to check spam folders first!
Hotels rooms are in short supply in and around Dublin 15. Please book early. We advise you to book a room in a hotel outside the M50 (see below for suggestions) and drive or take the train or bus along the N3/Maynooth-Dublin Commuter line to Ashtown or Navan Road Parkway train stations.
The Castleknock Hotel is 6 km from the observatory and is a 15 min drive from the observatory.
The 12th Lock Boutique Hotel is located 4 km from the Observatory. It is a 10 min drive/40 min walk to the Observatory.
We will be arranging bus transfers from Navan Road bus and train links in the mornings and evenings to the observatory. Further details to follow.
Registration will be online through the Eventbrite platform, more details will be released soon. A small registration fee will be charged to cover tea/coffee and lunch.
The meeting will be held at the historic Dunsink Observatory, which has been a centre for astronomical research and public engagement in Ireland since its foundation in 1785. It is operated as part of the Astronomy & Astrophysics Section of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS). Presentations will take place in the Meridian Room of Observatory House.
An INAM public lecture will also be held at Dunsink on the evening of Thursday, September 1.
The Observatory is conveniently located beside Junction 6 on the M50 motorway, near Phoenix Park just outside Dublin City Centre. More details on its location and travel options are available here.