International Workshop on Instrumentation for Planetary Missions (IPM-2014),
Greenbelt, Maryland (near Washington DC) - November 4-7, 2014
The objective is to have a broad canvas of instrumentation and technology available to 'Decadal Survey' missions and those further out. It is also meant to be a forum of collaboration, exchange and discussions where science questions, and the technology needed to address them, are discussed.
What do you need to do to attend this workshop:
Online registration is required to attend the workshop. You can register at the following link: https://www.hou.usra.edu/meeting_portal/.
Registration deadline is September 15, 2014 for US Citizens,
August 31, 2014 for Foreign Nationals.
Submitting an Abstract?
If you are submitting an abstract, please note that we have a template for you to use. You can find the templates at:
- Check the topics list (Click Topics on side bar)
- Download a template in Word document here
- You can view a completed sample abstract at Sample_abstract-IPM.pdf
- Typical Abstract size is 2 pages (Abstracts are limited to a maximum of 5 pages, double column.)
- File size is limited to 3MB.
- Accepted abstracts will be included in the program and the Workshop's published proceedings
You can submit your abstract using the same link to register: https://www.hou.usra.edu/meeting_portal/
Abstract Deadline is August 25, 2014
Hotel and Banquet Information
Hotel and Banquet information can be found at the Hotel Link or by clicking on Registraion Hotel and Travel Information tab on the side bar.
If you have any questions, please email Brook Lakew.
Workshop: November 4, 5, 6, 7, 2014
Abstract Due Date:
The abstract submissions deadline is August 25, 2014
Foreign Nationals: August 31, 2014
US Citizens: September 15, 2014
Planning on attending? Please fill out our Notice to Attend
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