Issue 23-14, May 21, 2023
- DPS-EPSC 2023 HYBRID MEETING: EXHIBITOR PROSPECTUS
- NASA WEBINAR FOR TWO FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
- TRAVEL GRANTS AND REGISTRATION OPEN FOR 2023 HYBRID PLANETINSITU WORKSHOP, WITHIN THE ICAR CONFERENCE
- SMALL BODIES ASSESSMENT GROUP (SBAG) STEERING COMMITTEE (SC) POSITION
- ICARUS IS SEEKING AN ASSOCIATE EDITOR
DPS-EPSC 2023 HYBRID MEETING: EXHIBITOR PROSPECTUS
We offer Exhibitors and Sponsors a wide range of participation options and services, from sponsoring a coffee break to full exhibitor spaces: https://aas.org/meetings/dps55/exhibitors-sponsors. This is an excellent opportunity to advertise your organization while showing community support. Complete the prospectus to reserve your spot today!
Last call for Indication-of-Interest poll (it’ll take <30 seconds to complete): https://bit.ly/dpsepsc2023poll
Kurt Retherford (DPS-EPSC 2023 LOC Chair)
NASA WEBINAR FOR TWO FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Attention faculty and researchers at under-resourced institutions! Don’t miss the joint informational webinar on May 24th from 1-2:30 p.m. ET to learn about two exciting funding opportunities from our Science Mission Directorate: the Bridge Seed Funding Program and the Research Initiation Awards (RIA).
This webinar will provide an overview of both programs, describe the proposal process and requirements, and allow for attendees to submit questions.
Register at https://lnkd.in/g9ijYxH8
TRAVEL GRANTS AND REGISTRATION OPEN FOR 2023 HYBRID PLANETINSITU WORKSHOP, WITHIN THE ICAR CONFERENCE
Folks are invited to participate in the second 2023 hybrid workshop on Optimizing Planetary In Situ Surface-Atmosphere Interaction Investigations (PlanetInsitu), held in conjunction with the International Conference on Aeolian Research (ICAR). This one-day workshop, held virtually and in Las Cruses, NM on Saturday, July 15 (following ICAR) will include lightning talks about instrument and operations concepts under-development, panel discussions about observation site selection considerations and avoiding spacecraft-induced perturbations. All community members interested in participating in the Saturday presentations/discussion can register (for free) at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdn9vCdH61DTdR8FQvjqmiABegpSKN8DtkLadSnRs4xIHxfjg/viewform. (As we can accommodate a limited number of virtual attendees, those that would observe only should wait for recordings of the workshop to be posted on the PlanetInsitu website http://planetinsitu.space/ and the ICAR conference website: https://www.icarxi.com/.)
And for those interested in attending in-person and able to demonstrate a relevant technology during the ICAR fieldtrip on July 12, please indicate this on the registration and note the link for travel grants available for U.S. persons, with deadline May 31st. Please send any questions to Serina Diniega,[email protected].
SMALL BODIES ASSESSMENT GROUP (SBAG) STEERING COMMITTEE (SC) POSITION
SBAG has extended the application period for its open Human Exploration
Lead SC position (3-yr term) due to low response rate. The SC organizes
SBAG meetings, writes official findings, and takes a leadership role in
other activities where community input is needed.
The Human Exploration Lead is an individual actively involved in studying
human exploration (or adjacent tasks in support of that endeavor), aware
of current challenges and advances in the field, to lead SBAG activities
relevant to human exploration. Under their guidance, SBAG will continue
advancing our knowledge of potential small body destinations and their
environments for human exploration.
The application requires: 1) a two-page CV, including a description of
participation in SBAG or other small bodies organizations, 2) a short (300
words maximum) statement of interest. Criteria for selection includes
participation in small bodies community organizations,
leadership experience, and relevant research/mission experience.
In support of diversity, applicants may specify gender, whether they
belong to an underrepresented group in STEM, or other relevant
E-mail applications to Lori Feaga ([email protected]) by May 31, 2023,
8:00 PM EDT. New members will be announced at the 29th Meeting of SBAG
ICARUS IS SEEKING AN ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Seeking applicants with broad expertise in either:
-Planetary magnetospheres/ionospheres, especially related to Mars/MAVEN, Titan, Gas/Ice Giants, Mercury
-Effects of irradiation on atmospheric evolution
Interested candidates are asked to provide a complete CV, including publication record, as well as a one-page summary of their relevant experience and area of expertise for this Associate Editor position by July 1, 2023. Please include up to three references. Applications and relevant supporting documents must be sent to Christina Gifford, Publisher, [email protected].
Full advertisement: news/associate-editor-icarus-opening
Send submissions to: Maria Womack, DPS Secretary ([email protected])
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