Astrobiology School UIMP

CENTRO DE ASTROBIOLOGÍA CO-DIRECTS TOGETHER WITH THE NASA ASTROBIOLOGY PROGRAM, THE ‘JOSEP COMAS I SOLÀ’ INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ON ASTROBIOLOGY, WHICH HAS BEEN HELD ANNUALLY SINCE 2003 AT THE MENÉNDEZ PELAYO INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY (UIMP).

The Josep Comas i Solà International Astrobiology Summer School is co-sponsored by NASA Astrobiology Program and the Centro de Astrobiologia. Held annually in Santander, Spain, since 2003, it has become a tradition in the astrobiology community. The week-long program for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows provides lectures from international experts, round-table discussions, student projects, night-sky observations, and a half-day field trip to a nearby site of astrobiological interest.

 

Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo Santander
Events UIMP

2018

XVI International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: Biomarkers, Signs of Life through Space and Time

2017

XV International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: Exoplanet Habitability

2016

XIV International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: Earth Analog Environments and the Search for Life Beyond the Earth

2015

XIII International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: The Origin of Life. From Monomers to Life

2014

XII International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: Habitable Environments in the Universe

2012

X International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: Origins of the building blocks for Life

2011

IX International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: Mars Exploration: Unveiling a Habitable Planet

2010

VIII International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: Extrasolar Planets and Habitability

2019

XVII International School of Astrobiology ‘Josep Comas i Solà’: From Astrochemistry to the Origin of Life

2013

XI International School of Astrobiology «Josep Comas I Solà»: Biosignatures: The Fingerprints of Life

2009

VII International School of Astrobiology «Josep Comas I Solà»: Earth’s Extremophiles and Extraterrestrial Habitability