2019 ATom STM - Meeting Overview

2019 ATom Science Team Meeting
November 18-20, 2019

Meeting Information

Go to https://forms.gle/vJZ7UkDeyrpq7WGVA to register for the meeting. Due to limited space at Center Green registration for the meeting is mandatory. While registration slots will be prioritized for current ATom team members others outside the current ATom team, who submit 2-3 sentence ATom related abstracts with their registrations, will be considered for those available remaining slots. The ATom Science Leadership will review and accept these abstracts from outside the ATom Science Team for presentation in the order they come in until the attendance limit is met.

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 meeting breaks on Monday and Tuesday (see agenda below). The posters will be set up in the North Bay of the Auditorium. There will be thumbtack style poster boards, and the supplies for hanging posters will be provided.

Remote access: For those who cannot attend the meeting in person, please note that we will be broadcasting this meeting via WebEx. Log in details will be sent via email to the project list serve.


2019 ATom STM Agenda (rev 11/8/19)

Meeting Lodging

ESPO has booked a room block at the prevailing Boulder per diem rate of $128/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 online, use the following link:
Book your Group Rate for NASA ATOM

Alternatively, you can call Marriott Reservations at (800) 321-2211 or (303) 440-4700. Please identify yourself as part of the NASA Group staying at the Courtyard Boulder.

Note that you must book this rate online or by phone on or before Monday, October 28, 2019.

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...

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.