The main objective of this Action is to bring together chemical and astrophysical laboratories to focus on the molecular evolution towards complexity, from early stages of star formation to the present day Solar System. The Action will deliver data essential to our understanding of the astrophysical data now being provided by the large European instruments and deliver innovative experimental and theoretical schemes for physical chemistry at large.

Deadlines

Application for STSMs (travel period November 15 - January 1): continuous submission

Upcoming Events

WG1/2 joint workshop and management meeting
December 11-13 2017
Universidad Castilla La Mancha at Ciudad Real (Madrid)
WG1 "Gas phase Cold chemistry of COM's: a challenge for experiments, theory and astrophysical modeling"
SOC: Catherine Walsh , Elena Jimenez, Octavio Roncero, Andre Canosa
WG2 "Surface chemistry of COM's"
SOC: Dima Semenov, Herma Cuppen
LOC for both: Octavio Roncero, Andre Canosa, Elena Jimenez

Workshop "Formation and destruction of molecules by UV and X-ray radiation”
January 8/9 2018
Bristol, UK
SOC: P. Slavicek, B. Curchod, J.-H. Fillion (WG3)

Previous Events

First General Meeting in Prague
May 26 - 29 2015

Theory meeting in Munich
November 23 - December 8 2015

WG1 & 4 meeting
March 7 - 8 2016
Pisa (Italy)
Organizers: Skouteris, Balucani, Jorgensen, Vastel, Roncero

Summer School on Astrochemistry
August 29 - September 9 2016
Grenoble (France)
co-organized by COST, IPAG and CNRS-PCMI

Astrochemistry Week
January 16 - 20 2017
Faro (Portugal)
LOC: Joao Brandao (University of Algarve)

Training School (joint Our Astro-Chemical History and MOLIM)
August 31 - September 6 2017
Belgrade (Serbia)
SOC chairs: Laurent Wiesenfeld, Attila Csaszar
LOC chairs: Sonja Grubisik, Stanka Jerosimic

Workshop "Nitrogen Fractionation in Space”
November 8/9 2017
Natural History Museum of Copenhagen (Denmark)
SOC: Charlotte Vastel and Jes Jorgensen (WG4)