Thread: 2023 DAS RCN Workshop - June 13-14, 2023 in Madison, Wisconsin and Virtual - In-Person Registration and Hotel Block Closes May 26th, Call for White Papers

Started: 2023-05-25 02:23:26
Last activity: 2023-05-31 18:18:51
The *2023 DAS RCN Workshop* will be held June 13
(all day) and June 14th (morning) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This workshop will provide an opportunity to bring together the Distributed
Acoustic Sensing (DAS) community that has matured and expanded over these
past three years of the research coordination network.

At this workshop, there will be opportunities to present and discuss DAS
science and technology. We also welcome participants to contribute short,
1-2 page *white papers*
outlining their own vision of where DAS-enabled science should head and
what is needed to get there. White papers are due June 5th for the writing
team, but will continue to be accepted and posted as received. Following
the conclusion of the workshop, a report will be developed that provides a
vision for the future of DAS-enabled science – based on presentations,
discussions, and contributed white papers. A draft of the report will be
circulated to the community for comment before being finalized and
published to the workshop website. The final report will be delivered to
NSF and also circulated to AGU members and federal agencies.

This workshop will be held in-person with a virtual component, limited to a
broadcast of main presentations and sessions only. All participants,
in-person and virtual, must register. There is no registration fee.

*Register and Apply Here!*

The deadline for in-person registration and booking into the group rate for
the *hotel block*
is May 26th.

Have questions? Please contact das-workshop @ for more

The research coordination network and this workshop is supported by funding
from the National Science Foundation under award EAR-1948737. More
information about the DAS RCN is available *here*

  • Dear all,

    Susann Weinecke, Dag Roar Hjelme and Steinar Bjornstad have joined me in co-organising this special session on DAS sensing of the marine environment. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to submit your DAS work, if you can get a 4-page Abstract in by 6 June. The website has the deadline as 31 May, but I can get an extra week if you let me know your intentions.

    The session description is at

    Don´t hesitate to email me if you have any questions.


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