​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Spanish Astronomical Society (SEA) organises its XV Scientific Meeting in La Laguna University from September 5 to September 9, 2022. The meeting wil be in-person, though virtual attendance will also be offered limited to streaming of the plenary sessions and e-poster contributions.

For this year's meeting, the SEA has invited the Italian Astronomical Society and the italian astronomical community to attend and share the meeting. The aim is to show the scientific collaborations that already exist between these two communities as well as to foster new ones.

In this meeting, the professional and amateur astronomical communities will present the most relevant results in the areas of:

Planetary Sciences

Cosmology and Astroparticles

Education, Outreach, and Heritage

ESO and Spain: scientific results

Solar Physics


Instrumentation and Computation

The Milky Way and its Components

These subjects ​​​​​​​​​​will be discussed in parallel sessions. Plenary sessions will have exceptional guests:

Almudena Alonso

Centro de Astrobiología
First science with the JWST

Alice Borghese

Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio
The neutron star bestiary

Giuseppe Bono

Universidad de Roma
Colaboraciones italo-españolas en Astronomía

Gemma Busquet

Universitat de Barcelona
The early stages of stellar clusters formation

Jorge Casaus

Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas (CIEMAT)
A review of Recent Results in Cosmic Rays 

José Cernicharo

Observatorio Astronómico Nacional
Results from Nanocosmos project

Jose Carlos del Toro

Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía
First SO/PHI''s science nuggets

Alberto Domínguez

Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Galaxy evolution and cosmology using gamma rays observed with Fermi-LAT

Inmaculada Domínguez

Universidad de Granada
The Azarquiel School of Astronomy

Cristina García Miró

Observatorio Astronómico Nacional
very long baseline interfermometry (VLBI) con SKA  

Violeta Gonzalez-Perez

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Cosmological surveys with galaxies

Álvaro Hacar

Universidad de Leiden
Recent results on structure, kinematics, and chemistry of molecular clouds

Francis Halzen

Universidad de Wisconsin
IceCube: Cosmic Neutrinos and Multi-messenger Astronomy

Iván Martí Vidal

Universidad de Valencia
Observing black holes with mm-VLBI and the EHT

Ada Ortiz

Expert Analytics AS
Magnetic flux emergence in the solar atmosphere

Ramón Oliver

Universidad de las Islas Baleares
T.N.E. it's dynamite

Mayra Osorio

Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía
Planet formation in extreme conditions

Enric Pallé

Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias
Exoplanet frontiers I: State-of-the-art detections and characterization

Javier Peralta

Universidad de Sevilla
Venus Express and  Akatsuki results

Ignasi Ribas

Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio
Exoplanet frontiers II: Future perspectives

Cristina Ramos Almeida

Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias
Investigating nuclear activity and its role in galaxy evolution

Mercè Romero Gómez

Institut de Ciències del Cosmos (IEEC-UB)
Structure and dymamics with Gaia DR3

Fernando Rull

Universidad de Valladolid
Mars exploration: current situation and new perspectives

Oscar Straniero

Instituto Nazionale di Astrofísica
From stars to elementary particles (and viceversa)

Javier Trujillo-Bueno

Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias
The CLASP suborbital space experiments

Eva Villaver

Centro de Astrobiología
Search for life, exoplanets in evolved stars, and protoplanetary discs

Roberta Zanin

Observatorio Cherenkov Telescope Array
The Cherenkov Telescope Array Observatory: its scientific capabilities will open a new window of exploration at very-high energies

Francesca Zuccarello

Instituto Nazionale di Astrofísica
The European Solar Telescope