Conference program arranged by day
Program by Theme
Conference program arranged by subject
How the sessions are arranged during the conference
All proposed keynotes
The headline talks of the conference
Award talks and ceremonies
Members of the committees organising the conference
Early Career Events
The Early career event program provides opportunities for less senior scientists to network and learn from volunteers from the community.
These events are all being planned by our exhibitors. To find out more information, visit them on their booths.
Pre- and post-conference field trips
Accommodation in student halls at Boston University
Offsite locations for various events
The conference has special rates at several hotels in close proximity to the Hynes Convention Center. We encourage you to book early, as there are a limited number of rooms available.
From Steve Parman, ORGANISING COMMITTEE CHAIR
We are excited that the Goldschmidt meeting is coming to our beautiful city. Boston has a deep history and a vibrant present. From the pilgrims landing at Plymouth, to the first shots of the American revolution, Bunker Hill and the battleship Constitution, much of America’s creation can be seen here. Boston metropolitan area has the highest concentration of universities and higher education institutions in the US. Each Fall, over 250,000 students descend on the 50+ higher education institutions in the city, filling it with youthful energy. Come sample our diverse culture, a large number of excellent micro-breweries, and numerous museums and varied music venues. See a Red Sox game. Or take a couple of hours and get out of town - take a ferry to Provincetown, drive up along the coast of Maine, or visit the gilded age mansions of Newport. We hope you join us in August 2018 for a great scientific program in an amazing city.
See you in 2018!
Steve Parman and Shuhei Ono