The multi-wavelength view of Hot, Massive Stars (39th Liège International Astrophysical Colloquium)
5-9 July 2010
Venue: Liège, Belgium
With the advent of new, high-performance, ground-based and space-borne facilities, the multi-wavelength investigation of massive stars has been boosted over the last decade. It is nowadays possible to study these objects in all wavelength regions from the radio to gamma-rays. The aim of this four and a half day meeting, which will be organized in the well-known series of the Liège astrophysical colloquia, is to bring astrophysicists from different backgrounds together to discuss how this multi-wavelength approach has revolutionized our view of massive stars and their surroundings in our Galaxy and beyond.