[unav_all] NASA Solid-Earth Team Meeting, November 4-6, 2019 - Save the Date!

Phillips, Benjamin R. (HQ-DK000) ben.phillips at nasa.gov
Mon Apr 1 21:14:43 UTC 2019

NASA’s Earth Surface and Interior (ESI) focus area will hold a Solid-Earth Team meeting on November 4-6, 2019, at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California. Please indicate your interest in attending by filling in this form <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScxOalVTOubw-rWqur-v3cneL_PPbVX3HhK8_zJOsjnw5givQ/viewform> by April 12, 2019. 
The inaugural annual meeting will offer opportunities for face-to-face interactions among the broader ESI community, sharing of ESI research highlights, information about upcoming missions, solicitations, and research opportunities, as well as training sessions and tutorials on key capabilities for the ESI community. The program will also include discussions to collect community input that could help inform future projects, campaigns, or funding opportunities.
The NASA Solid-Earth Team includes investigators funded by ESI and related NASA research programs, associated postdocs, graduate students and their advisors, and members of mission science teams working on topics relevant to ESI. Other researchers and program managers with an interest in ESI are also encouraged to attend. Please forward this announcement to your research team members or other potentially interested parties.
Current ESI investigators are expected to attend and travel costs will be supported. Limited support for other participants will also be available.
More information on the workshop agenda and registration will be posted on web pages linked to the NASA ESI website <http://science.nasa.gov/earth-science/focus-areas/surface-and-interior> in the coming months. 
Thank you,
Adrian Borsa and Susan Owen, Organizing Committee Co-chairs
Ian Brosnan, Meghan Miller, Jeanne Sauber, and Jennifer Telling, Organizing Committee Members
Ben Phillips, Gerald Bawden, and Blaize Denfeld, Ex-Officio Organizing Committee Members
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