Concluding Remarks - II
February 25, 2021
These comments are necessarily rather heterogeneous and somewhat biased, reflecting what piqued my interests during the meeting. But that's the nature of concluding remarks and why Franco asks for several of us to present our own perspectives, I'm sure. Hopefully the complete collection of Concluding Remarks will give those not present at the conference some insights on the interesting results that were presented, which were many and varied.
There were a total of 58 talks presented by 50 attendees from 16 countries, with quite a diversity of topics. For interest, the split of presenters was 35 from the northern hemisphere and 15 from the south. There were a large numbers of contributions from young researchers, including graduate students, demonstrating our field is active, vibrant and relevant. It is clear that as a community we are leveraging access to the latest observational facilities and using the state of the art techniques. The future indeed looks bright for the field, particularly with a number of new telescopes and missions that are on the horizon.
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