Pre-registration is now available for Protostars and Planets VII meeting that is postponed about one year from the original schedule. (The original announcement was shown in Star Formation Newsletter No. 321.) This is NOT an official registration and you still need to sign up for the official registration when it is announced.
With this pre-registration, organizers will make a mailing list, to which announcements related to the conference will be posted. The organizers would also like to make an estimate of the number of potential participants to prepare the meeting. It should take only 3 minutes. Please visit the following website:
Along with the pre-registration, we would like to collect your current intention of (a) the style of participation and (b) poster presentation. Currently, the organizers are planning to hold the conference in 21st - 27th March 2022 on-site in Kyoto. The organizers think that creative and active discussion in person will play an important role in conferences in general, and in particular for Protostars and Planets VII, as critical discussion on each review talk will greatly improve the quality of the PPVII Book that will be published after the meeting. We would like to create a book that would remain as a standard textbook for the next decade.
Scientific Advisory Committee:
João Alves (Austria), Philippe André (France), Isabelle Baraffe (UK), John Carpenter (Chile), Paola Caselli (Germany), Wen-Ping Chen (Taiwan), Kees Dullemond (Germany), Tristan Guillot (France), Alyssa Goodman (USA), Lynne Hillenbrand (USA), Thomas Henning (Germany), Shigeru Ida (Japan), Doug Johnstone (Canada), Inga Kamp (Netherlands), Mark Krumholz (Australia), Jeong-Eun Lee (Korea), Victoria Meadows (USA), Michael Meyer (USA), Richard Nelson (UK), Toshikazu Onishi (Japan), Eve Ostriker (USA), Ilaria Pascucci (USA), Yasuhito Sekine (Japan), Shogo Tachibana (Japan), Mario Tafalla (Spain), Ewine van Dishoeck (Netherland), and Jonathan Williams (USA)
List of Editors:
Shu-ichiro Inutsuka (Nagoya University, Chair), Motohide Tamura (University of Tokyo), Yuri Aikawa (University of Tokyo), Takayuki Muto (Kogakuin University), and Kengo Tomida (Osaka University)