2018 ATom STM

2018 ATom Science Team Meeting
November 13-15, 2018

Meeting Information for Invitees

This meeting is intended to be AGU-style, in which the listed sessions provide a home for the full breadth of current ATom scholarship. We want to hear what you’ve been working on!

Oral presentations: As at AGU, please plan on 15 minutes total for oral presentations, and please do leave 3 of those minutes to answer audience questions.

Poster presentations: Poster sessions will occur during four separate breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday of the meeting (see agenda below). The posters will be set up in the North Bay of the Auditorium all day Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be thumbtack style poster boards, and the supplies for hanging posters will be provided.

Remote access: Remote Web Access will be provided. Details will be sent out later this week.

Agenda (updated 11.06.18)

2018_ATom_STM_agenda_110618.xlsx (23 KB)

Meeting Lodging

ESPO has booked a room block at the prevailing Boulder per diem rate of $130/night (plus taxes and fees) at the Courtyard by Marriott Boulder, located at 4710 Pearl East Circle, Boulder, CO 80301-2472.

To make a booking, call Marriott Reservations at (800) 321-2211 or (303) 440-4700 on or before Friday, October 19, 2018. Please identify yourself as part of the NASA Group staying at the Courtyard Boulder.

Directions from Airport to Boulder

There are two routes to get to Boulder from the Denver International Airport. The quickest route is via E-470 N. Be aware that this route has tolls. If you want to take this route, you need to make sure that your rental agreement is set up to handle paying for toll roads. The second route is via I-70 W, I-270 W, and US-36 W. It takes longer depending on the time of day, but has no toll.

Both routes can be found at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kH5jhuz9ck_7fDuV9SY-b-8ELbbbPmdn&usp=s...

Local Directions

The two meeting locations (Center Green and Mesa Lab) and their proximity to the Courtyard by Marriott Boulder can be found at https://drive.google.com/open?id=11hOqR_9Vv35nfhdLuNu_H4d6PAPury5W&usp=s...

There will be plenty of attendees with rental cars, so if you do not have your own means of transportation, please coordinate rides with those that do or plan to take a taxi or Uber.

NOTE: There will be construction on Valmont Road starting November 6 with a closure (vehicle, bike, pedestrian and transit) between 34th and Wilderness Place, with local traffic only between Foothills Parkway and Wilderness Place. Access to Center Green Dr. will only be available from the east. The UCAR shuttle service expects to be able to operate on the published schedule. For more information and a map of the closure, see the City of Boulder website.

Other Notes

SSAI will be available to facilitate travel to Boulder. All invitees requiring travel support - who are not based at NASA centers - should plan to work with SSAI. If you did not receive an email providing SSAI travel support instructions, please email erin.czech@nasa.gov.

All instructions regarding SSAI support can also be found at https://espo.nasa.gov/atom/ssai_travel_support