Thread: GAGE/SAGE Science Workshop - rescheduling updates

Started: 2020-06-04 12:06:35
Last activity: 2020-06-04 12:06:35
Topics: IRIS Meetings
Beth Pratt-Sitaula
2020-06-04 12:06:35
Dear Community Members

We wanted to give you an update on the GAGE/SAGE Science Workshop. (This is the equivalent of the UNAVCO and IRIS Science Workshops, which used to be held separately. The first joint workshop <https://www.iris.edu/hq/workshops/2019/10/earth_in_4d was in Portland, Oregon in October 2019.)

The second joint workshop had originally been scheduled for August 2020 but was then postponed until August 2021. We are now announcing the official rescheduled dates for 2021 and some virtual activities that will occur in 2020.

Tuesday-Thursday August 17-19, 2021 - Rescheduled GAGE/SAGE Science Workshop
Breckenridge, CO
Registration will open spring 2021
Short courses will be Monday August 16, 2021
A new addition to the program will be an EarthScope Alaska Synthesis Workshop, most likely on Sunday August 15, 2021

Virtual events in 2020
August 18-20, 2020 - Virtual Special Interest Group meetings
Several of the Special Interest Group (SIG) meetings planned as part of the 2020 program are more timely this year so that important community feedback can be gathered to inform shorter-term activities. The following Virtual SIGs will be held the same week as the originally-scheduled workshop. Free registration for these will open closer to the time of the events.
Collecting Geophysical Observations from the Seafloor - Tuesday August 18, 12-2 pm ET
Emerging applications for sUAS (uncrewed aerial systems) - Tuesday August 18, 3-5 pm ET
How can the geodesy and seismology communities best-support early career faculty and grad students? - Wednesday August 19, 12-2 pm ET
Seismology Instrumentation for Rapid Response to Geohazards - Thursday August 20, 12-2 pm ET
Fall 2020 - several of the GAGE/SAGE plenary speakers will also be giving talks as part of the IRIS webinar series <https://www.iris.edu/hq/webinar/. First one will be “Behavior at and coupling across key Earth interfaces” on Thursday September 24, 2 pm ET by Heather Ford (University of California Riverside) and Diego Melgar (University of Oregon). Stay tuned for registration and more details about the webinars.

Thank you so much and let us know if you have any questions
--Beth Pratt-Sitaula and John Taber

Beth Pratt-Sitaula, PhD (she/her)
UNAVCO Science Education Project Manager
prattsitaula<at>unavco.org | 509-899-3480 | www.unavco.org


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