|Friday 25||Arrival during the day, check in at hotels|
|from 18:00||Registration at the City Conference Centre|
||09:00||Official opening of the conference by
Hans Rickman, Sweden - assistent Secretary General IAU
Dionysios Simopoulos, Greece - EAAE President
|Richard West, ESO - EAAE Honorary President: News about comets|
|10:45||Representant from ESA: ESA´s Education/outreach project|
|Mogens Winther and Bent Klarmark, Denmark: Educational Projects|
||Anders Västerberg, Sweden: Astronomy on the Web.
Many sites on the Web contains material which is very useful for astronomy education at different levels. The Web is also an extremely powerful tool for worldwide cooperations around celestial phenomena.
|Fernand Wagner, Luxembourg - Vice President of the EAAE: Reports from Space|
|13:15||Exhibitions at the conference-Short presentations|
| ||Rosa M. Ros, Spain - Teachers' training, Report from workingroup 3|
| ||Rainer Gaitzsch, Germany - Astronomical concepts, Report from workinggroup 1|
|Bernard Pellequer, France: Propositions|
|14:45||Robert Wielinga, Netherlands: 1998-99 Solar Eclipses
|Lennart Nordh, The Swedish Space Board: Odin
- a satellite for measurements of water and other molecules in earth atmosphere and the interstellar space.
|Gösta Gahm, Stockholm Observatory: To scale the Solar System to human dimensions.
To conceive distances, dimensions, timespans and extreme physical conditions in space, 3D models can be important, complementary tools in the teaching of astronomy. In addition to IT-based presentations physical, large-scale models exist of our solar system. A new model of this type will be discussed.
|16:30||Sightseeing by bus|
|18:00||Official Reception in City Hall with Buffet|
|Sunday 27||09:00||Dennis Simopoulos: Organization of the group meetings|
|09:15||Work in groups|
|10:15||Break during the work|
|11:30||Conclusions: Presentations of the work from one member of each group|
|13:00||Richard West - ESO: Scientific programs for the VLT (Very Large Telescope), LSA/MMA (Large Southern Array/Millimetre Array), HST (Hubble Space Telescope) and NGST (Next Generation Space Telescope)|
|15:00||Elections of EC and NR|
|18:00||Excursion by boat and dinner|
|Monday 28||09:00||Hotel check out, bus to Cosmonova|
|09:30||Bengt Gustafsson, Uppsala Observatory, Sweden: The origin of Carbon|
|Ingrid Sandahl, Swedish Institute of Space Physics: Aurorae|
|10:45||Show at Cosmonova|
|11:30||Michael Gavrilov, Lomonosov Moscow State University: The International Astronomy Olympiad|
|Gerhard Rath, Austria: A Comenius project in Astronomy|
|Dennis Simopoulos: Official Farewell|
|13:00||Transport to airport busses|
|Anders Västerberg <email@example.com>||Last edited September 25, 1998|