Call For Abstracts
The maximum poster dimensions which can be accommodated by this workshop are 4'X4' (1.2m X 1.2m).
Talks - Format
Speakers are requested to use a common presentation file format, such as pdf, postscript, or Powerpoint. Please submit your files by July 10 (Sunday) using the SAO FTP site. This will assure efficient use of a tight schedule. We will have one windows machine and one OS X machine. Please title your talk by last name first initial. The directory is write only so if you need to resubmit index your submission (i.e. smithj_v2.pdf) for the second submission from John Smith.
After the meeting we hope to be able to post the talks on the meeting web site. To prevent abuse we will host them as PDF files. Contributors will be solicited for modifications so that will be comfortable with what is posted publicly. The abstracts will be made available via ADS.
Talks - Submission
To upload your talks:
A Wireless connection will NOT be available within the meeting area. Several wired terminals will be available for email and other shared use. Those staying at the Sheraton can buy access through their room.
These sessions meet in separate session for about an hour and 45
minutes and then meet in joint session to share their discussions.
Contributions to the Splinter session
What are the open questions, how can they be addressed using the Great Observatories and what data do we want in hand by the time the new observatories (Con-X, JWST, SOFIA, Herschel, ALMA etc.) are operational?
A projector will be provided for each session. Please contact the session chairs AND the SOC chair if you wish to contribute. Please include an abstract of what you would like to talk about and a desired duration.
Splinter session chairs:
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