This webpage provides information for the 16th Heidelberg Summer School organized by the

International Max Planck Research School for Astronomy and Cosmic Physics
at the University of Heidelberg (IMPRS-HD).


The topic of the Heidelberg Summer School 2021 is


Stellar Ecosystems

Organized as online school



The school will take place September 13-17, 2021.


The summer school is open to graduate students and junior postdocs working in astronomy anywhere in the world.

Please, follow the links below to obtain further information about how to apply for participation and more.


Application deadline was August 20, 2021


This school is the 16th in a series of Summer Schools with the previous topics:

2020: Planet Formation in Protoplanetary Disks,    
2019: Instrumentation for Ground-based Optical and Infrared Astronomy,    
2018: Gaia data and science,     2017: Compact Objects & Gravitational Waves,     2016: Astrostatistics and Data Mining,
2015: Dynamics of the Interstellar Medium and Star Formation,   2014: Frontiers of Stellar Structure & Evolution,
2013: High Energy Astrophysics,     2012: Computational Astrophysics,
2011: Characterizing Exoplanets - from Formation to Atmospheres,     2010: First Stars and Cosmic Reionization,
2009: Statistical Inferences from Astrophysical Data,     2008: The Art & Craft of Astronomical Instrumentation,
2007: The Milky Way Galaxy,     and   2006: The Physics of the Interstellar Medium.


  Current school information
          School organization
          Background
          When and Where
          Lecturers
          Scope of the School Contact Information
          School Format
  School program (as of August 23).

  School material (coming soon, password protected)

  List of participants (as of Aug. 30)