VSS runs a number of symposia and other events. Information about upcoming and past events and the presentations at them can be found here.
The sixth VSS symposium was a virtual meeting via ZOOM run over three days. Each day consisted of one session of 4 presentations, lasting approximately 2 to 3 hours. Talks were 30 minutes including question time (or thereabouts). Presentations were recorded for those who couldn't attend the live sessions. Presenters also made their slides available in PDF format. Links for slides and videos can be found under the abstracts for each presentation.
Videos can also be watched through the VSS YouTube channel and the dedicated VSS Symposium 6 playlist.
On 9 July 2022, VSS Director Mark Blackford made a presentation to the Astronomical Association of Queensland about changes in periods for a number of southern eclipsing binaries and how they can be interpreted.
The following presentations were made at the National Australian Convention of Amateur Astronomers (NACAA) in Ballarat in April 2018.
The 2018 RASNZ Conference was held in Christchurch from Friday May 4th to Sunday May 6th. VSS held the 5th Variable Stars South Symposium immediately following the conference on the Sunday evening and Monday May 7th.
The following presentations were made at the National Australian Convention of Amateur Astronomers (NACAA) in 2016.
The following presentations were made at the 4th VSS Symposium. The Symposium was held in conjunction with NACAA 2016.
The following presentations were made at the 3rd VSS Symposium, which was held on Monday June 9th in Whakatane, NZ, after the RASNZ Conference.