NASA materialsLAB Workshop
April 15-16, 2014
NASA’s microgravity materials science program supports materials research conducted on the International Space Station (ISS). The orbital conditions on the ISS provide an environment where gravity-driven phenomena such as buoyancy-driven fluid flows and sedimentation are nearly negligible. NASA is planning to hold a workshop on its microgravity materials science program in April 2014 in the Washington DC area. Workshop participants will advise NASA on future research directions for the microgravity materials science program.
In order for NASA to meet the expectations of the workshop participants, please respond to the NASA Request for Information (RFI) for this workshop. The full RFI and submission instructions can be found at http://tinyurl.com/mrhxt9g.
The Materials LAB Meeting will be held on April 15-16, 2014 at the Hilton Crystal City Hotel, at 2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Arlington, VA 22202, conveniently located near the Crystal City metro station on the blue & yellow lines. Please register early in advance for this event online to ensure adequate facility and accommodation. Enter your full name and affiliation as you would like for it to appear on your name badge for the event.