Interviews with participants will also be possible.
Among the invited speakers are:
Richard Ellis: ESO's impact on ground-based astronomy
Marijn Franx: High-redshift clusters and proto-clusters
Reinhard Genzel: The Milky Way centre
Alvio Renzini: How ESO changed astronomy in Europe
The host of the workshop will be Professor Tim de Zeeuw, ESO's Director General, who will speak about ESO's next fifty years.
Other "bonus tracks" will include presentations about the first ALMA results, the latest unpublished VLT, VLTI and La Silla results, and an outlook for science with the E-ELT.
Provided by ESO
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