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1st workshop
astrophysical winds and disks

Similar phenomena in stars and quasars
location
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Platamonas, Greece,
September 3-8, 2009

The Astrophysical Spectroscopy Teams of University of Athens and Astrophysical Observatory of Belgrade are organizing the 1st International Workshop: "Astrophysical winds and disks - Similar phenomena in stars and quasars", which will be held at Platamonas, Greece, between September 3 and September 8, 2009.

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The Astrophysical Spectroscopy Teams of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Faculty of Physics) and Astrophysical Observatory of Belgrade are organizing the 1st International Workshop: "Astrophysical winds and disks - Similar phenomena in stars and quasars", which will be held at Platamonas, Greece, between September 3 and September 8, 2009.
This workshop contains the following two joint sessions:

A. Joint Session on Hot Emission Stars and Quasars
The aim of the workshop is to discuss current problems in investigation of absorption and emission lines in spectra of stars and quasars. The participants of the workshop are the members of the two Astrophysical Spectroscopy Teams, which have been collaborating in investigation of absorption/emission lines in hot stars and in quasars, aiming to find similarity and differences between emitting/absorbing regions. There are several open questions which will be discussed during workshop, as e.g. applicability of GR/RG model developed by Athens' group to the spectra of quasars with broad absorption lines, role of wind in quasars and hot stars - similarity and differences, etc.

B. Joint Session on History and Philosophy of Astronomy and Physical Sciences
‘he scientific group of History and Philosophy of Astronomy and Physical Sciences at the University of Athens under the supervision of associate professor Dr. Efstratios Th. Theodossiou and the corresponding scientific group at the Observatory of Belgrade under the supervision of research professor Dr. Milan S. Dimitrijevic collaborate from 2000 till today on scientific subjects of four basic fields of research:
1. Ancient Greek scientific thought and modern astronomy
2. Science-Astronomy and Religion, and
3. History of modern sciences.
4. Greek and Serbian astronomy in 19th and 20th Century