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A cross-disciplinary scientific workshop for exoplanetary researchers and students from both the stellar and planetary communities, this workshop features introductory reviews, regular oral and poster sessions with the latest research results, and plenty of scheduled time for interaction and collaboration.
2010-02-16 Save the date! Winter Workshop 2011: Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference to be held in the Pegasus Ballroom on the UCF main campus in Orlando from Monday February 28 - Wednesday March 2
2010-01-06 Join the Facebook group!
2010-01-06 Welcome to the Workshop! Downloadable materials for the various sessions are listed beneath the corresponding sessions at the Scientific Program page.
2010-01-04 Happy New Year! Doors open 8:00 am Wednesday, 8:30 Thursday and Friday. Sessions start at 9:00. Please allow time to register! Pastries and drinks will be available each day before the sessions. We will post the full schedule of talks and sessions this evening. If you have questions, please see the FAQ page. If you still have questions, we will respond fastest if you email email@example.com and not any particular organizer.
2009-12-22 Parking permits now available at the Transportation page.
2009-12-21 General abstract submission is now closed. You may update an existing abstract until Sunday 3 January 2010.
2009-11-17 Jeff Valenti of Space Telescope Science Institute will lead the session on stars.
2009-11-20 We are still accepting abstracts!
2009-11-16 Ball Aerospace is generously sponsoring the Winter Workshop, and will be sending several participants. Thanks! We are still accepting sponsorships to fund our travel grant program, and more invited speakers.
2009-10-17 Alan Stern, Southwest Research Institute, to speak on "What is a Planet?"
2009-10-17 Abstract deadline extended to 31 October 2009
2009-10-17 Name changed to "Winter Workshop" ("Winter School" was confusing people; this is for everyone, not just students).
2009-10-07 Eric Gaidos, U. Hawaii Geo. Dept., to lead terrestrial planets session
2009-06 Venue selected.
Time and place:
Live Oak Room
University of Central Florida Campus
6-8 January 2010
| Still acceptng abstracts
|| Abstract Deadline - now extended
|through 31 October
||Early Bird Registration at $225
|through 18 November||$30 cancellation fee
| through 20 December
||Regular Registration at $275
|after 20 December||Late (and on-site) registration at $300
| through 1 January
||50% cancellation fee (no refund after 1 January)
The dominant flux source in exoplanetary observations is not a planet but a star. Exoplanetary science thus combines planetary theory with stellar techniques and instrumentation. Researchers come from either planetary or stellar backgrounds, but need to understand both areas to become fully effective. This cross-disciplinary meeting is an opportunity to present results to a broad audience of both planetary and stellar researchers, to network and collaborate between the two communities, and to begin learning the topics outside your background. There are three planetary theory sessions and three stellar observational sessions, each starting with a graduate-level introductory review by a recognized community leader. The invited oral and contributed poster sessions showcase the latest results. The scheduled interaction time lets students mingle with potential mentors, gives distant collaborators a chance to meet and work together, and helps everyone broaden their knowledge and network of contacts in both communities. Are you...
Then join us for this warm Winter Workshop.
We hope to see you in January!
Joe Harrington, Program Chair
Csaba Palotai, Local Arrangements Chair
...and the entire UCF Planetary Sciences Group