Archenhold-Observatory, Berlin 2011


Organised on behalf of IOTA-ES

30th European Symposium on Occultation Projects (ESOP)

26th to 31st August 2011 in Berlin

We are pleased to invite you to the 30th European Symposium on Occultation Projects in Berlin, Germany.

ESOP XXX will be held in the Archenhold-Observatory, the oldest and largest public observatory in Germany.

The European Symposium on Occultation Projects (ESOP) is the annual conference of the European section of the International Occultation and Timing Association IOTA/ES. This event provides you with the opportunity to get in touch with professional and amateur astronomers dealing with occultation observations and calculations from many European countries. You will find a friendly atmosphere and will meet a lot of interesting people. Lectures, discussions and time to talk are typical of ESOP Symposia.
The Symposium has been held in different parts of Europe since 1981. You can find the complete ESOP history on Otto Faragos homepage at

Due to the international character of the symposium all lectures are presented in English.

This website will guide you through the registration process. Please notice that some parts of the website are still "under construction" and changes may be made before the conference. If you have any special requests, please don't hesitate to send us an .

We are looking forward to seeing you in Berlin!