International Conference to honor Professor Jean-Paul Zahn’s career - 27-30 June 2016, IAP, Paris, France



international conference to honor Professor Jean-Paul Zahn’s career

June 27-30, 2016 - IAP, Paris, France 


Prof Jean-Paul Zahn’s great scientific career and contributions to many fields of astrophysics
will be remembered during an international conference held at IAP, Paris, France during  the last week of June 2016.
Key topics to illustrate his significant scientific contributions will be:
- Tides in planets and stars
- Seismology and Stellar Structure, Evolution and Rotation
- Convection, Magnetism and Dynamo
- Instabilities, turbulence and disks
The conference will have 4  Keynote lectures by 
Prof. André Brahic, Prof. André Maeder, Prof. Juri Toomre and Prof. Ed Spiegel.
and 8 Invited speakers: 
Prof. D. Gough, Prof. H. Spruit, Prof. S. Vauclair,  Dr. K. Belkacem, Dr. S. Fromang, Pr. P. Garaud, Dr. J. Leconte, Dr. A. Strugarek 
covering the many topics Jean-Paul worked on.
The registration and abstract submissions for contributed talks and posters 
will be open on February 5th of 2016. 
The deadline for abstract submission is April 15th.
Program will be released on April 23rd.
The registration fee is 220 € (including the proceeding book, coffee breaks and cocktails at the Observatory of Paris).
Money can only be accepted through wire transfer to CEAs bank account (see website for details).
Late bird fees after the 23rd of May (including participants paying in cash at the conference desk) will be 280€.
Limited travel support for young scientists is available. Deadline for requesting travel support is April 30th
(see website for details).
A list of hotels near IAP in Paris is indicated on the web site. 
Please remember that the Euro soccer cup will be happening
in Paris during that period, so please book up your lodging as early as possible.
Please mark your calendar, Looking forward to seeing you in Paris.
For further information please visit the web site: 
or contact Dr. A.S. Brun ( or Dr. S. Mathis (