Astro Hack Week 2020 will happen August 31 - September 4, 2020 at the Flatiron Institute in New York, USA. Based on past experience, we're expecting to have more applications than spots. We would like to ask you to fill out the form below in order to be considered to attend Astro Hack Week by March 20th 2020. We will let you know about attendance by mid-April. You will either be selected, or put in a waiting list (spots sometimes come available in May or June).
We will have a limited amount of travel funding available (there's a question at the end).
The workshop encourages collaboration between participants, rather than competition, and provides extensive opportunities each day for participants to work with each other. The meeting is aimed at astronomers and researchers from other fields (including, but not limited to, statistics and computer science) with an interest in both astronomy and data science. We welcome applications from researchers at all stages in their careers, as well as from industry. In addition, we welcome participants from a wide range of backgrounds and experience levels with data science-related methods and tools, from beginners to experts.
Participant selection will be made with the goal of enhancing the data science community within astronomy, and we particularly encourage requests to attend from junior astronomers and people who are new to data-driven astronomy.
Finally, by completing this form you agree for your data to be used for the purpose of participant selection as well as demographic comparisons with past and future Astro Hack Weeks. We will not share your data beyond the organizers of Astro Hack Week or use it for any other purpose and we commit to anonymizing the data within a month of participant selection. Please email us (email@example.com) if you have any questions or concerns or would like to remove your application.