[unav_all] Deadline approaching - February 29 - UNAVCO Science Workshop

Meghan Miller meghan at unavco.org
Thu Feb 25 15:57:19 MST 2016

Dear Colleagues,

Please take a moment to register for the UNAVCO Science Workshop if you haven’t already.

These are the deadlines for the UNAVCO Science Workshop:

Early Bird Rate Deadline (registration $300):					February 29
Hotel Housing Cut-off date  (negotiated pricing expires):		February 29
Abstract Submittal deadline:									February 29
Late registration (registration $575; direct pay hotel):		      March 18

Details available at:  
http://www.unavco.org/community/meetings-events/2016/sciworkshop16/sciworkshop16.html <http://www.unavco.org/community/meetings-events/2016/sciworkshop16/sciworkshop16.html> 

…and summarized below.


> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Meghan Miller <meghan at unavco.org>
> Subject: Register now - UNAVCO 2016 Science Workshop
> Date: February 4, 2016 at 4:11:14 PM MST
> To: Unavco All <unav_all at ls.unavco.org>
> Colleagues,
> Join us  March 29 - 31, 2016 at the Omni Interlocken Hotel, Broomfield, CO.   We are offering a program of scientific and technical sessions that span all aspects of the geosphere.  
> February 29 is the deadline to register for the 2016 UNAVCO Science Workshop:  Geosphere Science - Positioning UNAVCO, Advancing Geodesy!    Note that due to flat funding and meeting popularity, we have had to introduce a registration fee of $300 for early birds until February 29; $575 thereafter.
> The meeting website   (also linked from our home page):
> http://www.unavco.org/community/meetings-events/2016/sciworkshop16/sciworkshop16.html <http://www.unavco.org/community/meetings-events/2016/sciworkshop16/sciworkshop16.html> 
> Plenary sessions across the geosciences, and across the geosphere:
> Litho - Deep 
> Litho - Shallow   
> Cryo
> Hydro 
> Atmo/Iono 
> We also have a roster of Special Topics Sessions (breakouts) that some of you will be asked to help lead (or feel free to volunteer):
> WinSAR and Terrestrial Radar
> Real-time GPS/GNSS and Accelerometers
> Science and Broader Impacts - Support of Early Career Investigators
> Data Products (Processing and Frame) and Community Software
> Polar Networks
> Geodesy in Field Education
> Terrestrial Geodetic Imaging: TLS, MLS, SfM, sUAS
> Realizing GNSS - Primer on New GNSS Receiver Technology
> Event Response 
> The evening keynote speaker will be Maria Zuber.  She is the E. A. Griswold Professor of Geophysics, Vice President for Research, MIT & recently the Principal Investigator of NASA's Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) Mission.
>       Ignite UNAVCO:  
> Wednesday evening Ignite! session –  Early career perspectives on the future of geodesy.  Sign up when you register or drop an email to:  Jaime Magliocca <magliocca at unavco.org <mailto:magliocca at unavco.org>>
> Ignite is a forum of short, fast paced, thought-provoking talks, where presenters get five minutes, 20 slides, and a 15-second auto advance to make their point.  The Ignite sessions are meant to held in an informal venue – ours will be in the evening with refreshments.   Some of you may be familiar with Ignite or may have seen UNAVCO's previous Ignite session (https://www.unavco.org/community/meetings-events/2014/sciworkshop14/ignite.html <https://www.unavco.org/community/meetings-events/2014/sciworkshop14/ignite.html>).  
> This is meant to be a lighthearted event to capture community reflections on where the science is headed.  Should be fun!
> Wednesday afternoon options:
> Option 1: Field Trip:   Dinosaur Ridge/Red Rocks - Lon Abbot (CU)
> Option 2:  Visit to UNAVCO Facility - Joe Pettit (UNAVCO)
> Option 3: Short Course – Open Source Processing Tools - ALS, MSL 
> Option 4: Short Course – Geodesy Tools for Societal Issues (GETSI) curriculum resources
> Lunch roundtables:
> Schedule your favorite topic now by writing Jaime…..
> Societal Impacts and Natural Hazards
> Dataworks for GNSS (archive management tools)
> Communicating Science to Policy Makers 
> Mentor a Student - E/NET
> Sign up to mentor a student (or to be mentored!) during the workshop...  UNAVCO ECE will structure and support your activities
> Submit an abstract with graphics for your invited talk or contributed poster, to share with colleagues on the workshop website and inform a workshop report.
> Submit a one-pager that makes the case for emerging opportunity in the geosciences that can be realized using geodesy!
> See you there,
> Meghan
> **********************
> M. Meghan Miller
> President, UNAVCO
> 6350 Nautilus Drive
> Boulder, CO  80301
> Voice:  303/381-7514
> By cell:  720/320-0026
> Fax:  303/381-7501
> meghan at unavco.org <mailto:meghan at unavco.org>
> Please acknowledge UNAVCO sponsors and awards:
> http://www.unavco.org/community/policies_forms/acknowledgment.html <http://www.unavco.org/community/policies_forms/acknowledgment.html>

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