Logo of the LISA IX conference on Library and Information Services in Astronomy, showing a variety of hexagons containing a telescope, books, and a celestial background.

LISA IX: Multidimensional Astronomy Librarianship

From Open Science to the Preservation of Astronomical Heritage


UPDATE: see the program for the LISA IX meeting taking place online in 2021

This event, organised by the Royal Astronomical Society, will take place online during the week of 14 to 18 June 2021


Library and Information Services in Astronomy (LISA) is a series of scientific meetings for librarians and scientists that aims to provide a platform for discussing the current state and future direction of information maintenance, retrieval, delivery, preservation as well as evaluation and information literacy in our profession.

LISA conferences cover diverse topics including collection organization and management; publishing; tools for working with astronomical literature; and reports on collaborative projects.

Information about previous LISA conferences can be found at  http://www.eso.org/libraries/lisa.html

All attendees are expected to adhere to the LISA IX Code of Conduct.