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February 2018 MISR Science Team Meeting



Beckman Institute Auditorium


2018 MISR Science Team Meeting
February 14-15, 2018



Beckman Institute Auditorium
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA


Meeting Purpose: The MISR Science Team Meeting provides the opportunity for the MISR data user community to share science and technical findings from the Terra Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) and to interact with other members of this community and the MISR Project. The format will include oral presentations, posters, and interactive discussions. The topics of interest include multiangular radiometric, stereoscopic, polarimetric and tomographic imaging, science applications, data analysis, and modeling. As the Multiangle SpectroPolarimetric Imager (MSPI) prototype cameras are now operating as testbeds for MISR follow-on instruments, discussions related to these instruments or other MISR follow-on concepts are welcome as well.

Presentations: Oral and/or poster presentations pertaining to MISR, MSPI, and related topics are welcome. Please check the appropriate boxes on the registration form and provide approximate presentation titles. Abstracts are not necessary. Bring oral talks on a USB memory stick or CD-ROM in either Powerpoint or PDF format. All slides will be loaded onto a Mac for presentation, so please see Dave Diner at the meeting well in advance of your talk to have it loaded. If you have equations, PDF is recommended to avoid PC to Mac issues. Poster dimensions up to 4' x 6' are acceptable.

Agenda: Draft Agenda (PDF, 49 KB) UPDATED 1/15/2018

Location and Maps: Caltech Map, Campus Parking Map, Interactive Campus Maps, Streets around Caltech

Parking: There is a maximum $6.00 per day charge for parking. Use the "North Wilson" structure located on Wilson Ave. just south of Del Mar Blvd., or the "California" structure located on California Blvd. just east of Wilson Ave. Note: the "South Wilson" structure is reserved for Caltech parking only.

Internet Access: Wireless internet access will be available.

Register Online: When you register online for the MISR Science Team Meeting, you are only registering for this meeting and not for accommodations.

Lodging: You must book your own travel and accommodations.You may download this list of local hotels. When making your reservation, please mention your attendance at a JPL-sponsored meeting to get the JPL rates.

Social Event: A buffet-style dinner will be held the evening of Wednesday, February 14 (approximately 6:40 - 9:00 pm) at the Maxwell House historical landmark at the Western Justice Center, 55 S. Grand Ave., Pasadena. The cost per person is expected to be $30-$35 with a $5 discount for students and postdocs. Guests are welcome. Please include the number in your party who will be attending the social event (including yourself) on your registration form.

Questions:

***NEW REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT*** Attendance at this meeting is subject to approval by the MISR Project.
Click here to request an invitation to the meeting and the access code. Please include your name and affiliation in your request. Once you receive the access code, you are approved to attend and may register for the meeting.


All attendees, including JPL employees, must register.

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