You are Invited!
The aim of this meeting is to provide a space for astronomers in the DC/MD/VA area, especially for senior undergraduate and graduate students, to present their work and facilitate networking and interaction between the local institutions.
Students are invited to submit abstracts to present their research in the form of both talks and posters. The format for presentations will be 15 minutes talks with 5 minutes for questions, and there will 3 sessions for viewing posters on each of the two conference days. The conference will be split in two days with a mix of different topics on each day. Pending people's availability, we plan to have several topical review talks by senior researchers working at local institutions. When selecting contributed talks, we will give preference to graduate and senior undergraduate students from a variety of institutions that represent a variety of fields of research. Because of the time and space limitations not every request may be accommodated.
How to Register
You can register and submit your talk/poster abstract (optional) HERE (click!)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 3, 2014. There is no registration fee.If you are having any difficulties using online form please e-mail your name, affiliation, presentation format preference (poster or talk), title, and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
When and Where
The meeting will be held on July 10 and 11, 2014 at the George Washington University (GWU) in the middle of Washington DC. It is easily accessible by metro, only a short walk from either Foggy Bottom (Orange/Blue) or Farragut North (Red). If you come by car, parking information is available here. Preliminary location within GWU is the Media and Public Affairs building at 805 21st St. NW (corner of H and 21st NW), Room 309. Any changes will be announced before the meeting.
Conference Final Program with links to recorded talks (sorry, several are missing due to technical reasons)
List of Participants:
This meeting is supported by the Department of Physics and by the George Washington University.