›The 16th International Conference on Gravitational Microlensing
Please join us for this two-part conference that capitalizes on the synergy between the top ranked space-based recommendation of the Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey report and the burgeoning field of microlensing. The conference will begin with three days (Feb. 13-15) focusing on the scientific potential of observations with a wide-field infrared survey telescope in space to probe the nature of dark energy, conduct searches for exoplanets using gravitational microlensing, and as a facility for wide-area surveys. Starting with a joint session on Wednesday afternoon, the second half of the week (Feb. 15-17) will be the 16th in a series of conferences to discuss the latest results from microlensing searches and the perspectives opened by new methodologies and observational and computational facilities.
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