Join a frontier community of open scientists shaping the future of Heliophysics from June 6 -10, 2022 in Vail, Colorado for the 3rd Eddy Cross Disciplinary Symposium. We will convene a diverse and international community spanning the geosciences, astrophysics, data science, and heliophysics with scientists worldwide to answer the question “Why Grand Challenges in Solar Terrestrial Physics Require Open Science?”
You will have the opportunity to learn from and with an uncommon group across the following high-level topics:
- Open Science Methods: Emerging Open Science Methodologies
- The Interconnection of Sun, Climate, and Society
- Risk and Resiliency to Space Weather Disruption
- (Exo)Planetary Atmosphere: the Impact of Stars and Solar Physics on Habitability and Life
Travel Support for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows
Approximately 10 graduate students and early postdoctoral fellows will be selected through a competitive process organized by the UCAR Cooperative Programs for the Advancement of Earth System Science. The Eddy Symposium lasts for five days, and each selected participant will receive full travel support including: registration fees, airline tickets, lodging and per diem costs. Applications are due on Friday, March 25, 2022.
For more information please contact Kendra Greb (UCAR/CPAESS).
Funding for the Symposium is provided by NASA and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR).
For more information and to register, please visit the Symposium website.