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The future of the International Schools for Young Astronomers (ISYA)

  • Itziar Aretxaga (a1)

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The 5-decade old ISYA program is evaluated in the context of the experience gathered in the field: 41 schools organized in 27 countries with a total of more than 1400 students to date. In the new era of fast internet connectivity, social media, virtual networks, big data and machine learning, the value of face-to-face graduate schools for regions with limited up-to-date astrophysics research is presented, together with the plan to develop the ISYA program into the next decade.

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Engvold, O. 2018, IAU’s Interaction with Young Astronomers, this volume, 75–78
Gerbaldi, M. 2019, International School for Young Astronomers (ISYA) since the 1960s: Host Institutions and Participants, this volume, 445–451
van Dishoeck, E. & Elmegreen, D. 2018, IAU Strategic Plan 2020–2030, www.iau.org/static/education/strategicplan_2010-2020.pdf
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  • Itziar Aretxaga (a1)

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