The Sixth Parker Heliophysics Scholars meeting - October 17-19, 2023 (virtual) - First announcement
Annonce transmise par Nicolas Poirier (Université d'Oslo)
The Sixth Parker Heliophysics Scholars meeting will be held on October 17-19, 2023 virtually over Zoom. All information about the meeting series (e.g., how to join the mailing list, present your work, and attend the meetings) is available at the Parker Heliophysics
Scholars website: https://sppgway.jhuapl.edu/psp_scholars .
Abstracts are due on Monday, September 25, 2023 and can be submitted here: https://sppgway.jhuapl.edu/psp_scholars_abstract .
To aid in scheduling, we invite you to indicate your timezone and ideal presenting hours as part of your submission.
Parker Heliophysics Scholars (previously PSP Scholars) is a regular and open virtual meeting series aiming to promote heliophysics research by early-career scientists. We welcome all contributions from across the heliophysics community on any topic related to the Sun and heliosphere; please note that it is not necessary for submissions to use Parker Solar Probe data.
This platform provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, and other early-career researchers to showcase their research, advance their careers, foster collaborations, and seek help when needed. It is also meant to promote diversity and interest in heliophysics, particularly recent space missions and ground-based observatories (e.g., Parker Solar Probe, Solar Orbiter, DKIST, etc.), and do so in a friendly and collegial environment. In addition to contributed abstracts, several plenaries and interactive workshops will be scheduled and will be confirmed nearer to the meeting.
For further information, questions, and suggestions, contact:
Julie Vievering (PSP Scholars SOC, Juliana.Vievering@jhuapl.edu )
Sam Badman (PSP Scholars SOC, firstname.lastname@example.org )
Nour E. Raouafi (PSP Project Scientist, Nour.Raouafi@jhuapl.edu )