GROWTH Annual Conference
 /  GROWTH Annual Conference


The third GROWTH annual meeting will continue in the spirit of the previous two. The team will convene in Mumbai, India to share time-domain science highlights from the past year, particularly those led by our young researchers and students, and discuss and outline the project activities for the upcoming year.

Important Dates

Early Registration: September 15, 2018
Late Registration: October 15, 2018
Abstract Submission: October 15, 2018


The GROWTH conference is open to member of the GROWTH collaboration only. External participants can attended only by invitation from a GROWTH member.

Registration for the GROWTH conference 2018 is closed.


The program for the GROWTH annual meeting is now posted online

View Program & Presentations


See the list of registered participants.


The conference will be hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.


Conference participants will stay at the Residence Hotel and Apartments. The full address of the hotel is:

Saki Vihar Road, before Vihar Lake,
Mumbai 400087

Participants will be picked up with a bus and dropped off at the conference vennue on the IITB campus. In the evening, a bus will take participants back to their hotel.

Travel & Visa Information

Most foreign nationals will neeed a visa to enter India. Please, go to this website to learn how to apply for your visa online.

The best airport to fly into is Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport (Sahar Airport), which is about 10 kms from IIT Bombay. International and many domestic flights land at Terminal 2, with few domestic flights still landing at T1 which is about 5 km further from IITB.

Detailed information about getting from the airport to IITB campus is available here.


Inquiries about conference logistics including catering, venue facilities, accommodation, UWM campus and more should be directed to our local organizers

General inquiries related to the conference registration, program and reimbursement should be sent to

Ivona Kostadinova

GROWTH is funded by the National Science Foundation under Grant No 1545949. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.