The next Astronomdagarna will be held in Uppsala at Ångström laboratory, from Thursday-Saturday 22-24 October 2015. It will be organized by the Division of Astronomy and Space Physics within the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Uppsala University.

Astronomdagarna is a scientific meeting held every two years, bringing together astronomers from different Swedish institutes and others interested in astronomy, in an atmosphere designed to promote scientific exchange. The meeting consists mostly of presentations of recent results and ongoing projects, through talks and posters. The meeting will be held in English. There will also be a talk for the general public, usually in Swedish.

The call for oral contributions is now closed.


The abstracts for talks can be downloaded here.

The list of posters, together with abstracts and poster number is released. Download.

The conference programme has been updated.

Information about talks and posters can be found in the contributions section.

Registrations are closed. Poster contributions too.

Preliminary schedule now available. One month to go! One week left for poster contributions and registration!

All proposers of contributed talks should now have received an answer. If not, please contact us at

The deadline for registration and posters submission is set on the 30th September 2015.

News on contributed talks will be announced before the end of the week. Stay tuned!



Ångströmlaboratoriet. © foto: Roland Grönroos

Ångströmlaboratoriet at Uppsala University is home to the Division of Astronomy and Space Physics. The meeting will take place in the lecture hall Polhemsalen, located on ground floor of Ångströmlaboratoriet. The public lecture held on Thursday evening will be given in Siegbahnsalen, also located on ground floor.
To reach Ångströmlaboratoriet, you can take the bus from Uppsala Centralstation, to the bus stop Polacksbacken. Buses 1, 12, 20, 101 take approximately 10 minutes. You can find timetables and plan your trip via the UL website. Note, it is more expensive to buy tickets on the bus, and drivers do not accept cash (card only). It is preferrable to buy tickets beforehand at the train station, either at the UL travel center, or at Pressbyrån.

A walk from Uppsala Centralstation takes 30 minutes, and passes through Uppsala city park.


Registrations are closed.


Note, contributions with any connection to Swedish astronomy and space science are welcome, including research, amateur astronomy, education, outreach, history, relationship with society etc.

The calls for oral contributions and poster contributions are now closed. .

Posters boards have a width of 1005 mm and a height of 1400 mm. They can accomodate A0 vertical posters. We suggest posters to have a photo of the main author. The abstracts for talks can be downloaded here. The list of posters with their associated abstracts and poster number can be downloaded here. Talks are allocated 20 mins total, with 5 mins reserved for discussion (15+5), unless otherwise arranged with the organisers.

Invited speakers


The meeting will start at 14:00 on Thursday the 22nd and end at lunch time on Saturday the 24th. There will be a public lecture on Thursday evening, and a dinner is planned for Friday evening. Some excursions to nearby points of interest are planned for the Saturday afternoon. A printer- friendly version of the schedule can be downloaded below.

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Uppsala has a broad range of accommodation, that you can find for example through tripadvisor or through Uppsala tourist office via destinationuppsala


Click on the button below to expand the list of participants (last updated 2015-10-07).