No upcoming meetings are scheduled at this time.
SBAG Early Career Opportunities
We have two opportunities at this upcoming SBAG meeting specifically for the early career small body community:
Invited early-career speakers: Three early-career researchers have been invited to give 15-minute talks on June 7.
Lightning talks: We will provide time on the agenda for early-career scientists and engineers attending the meeting to introduce themselves and their research to the community. The talks will be approximately 3 minutes each, with the exact length depending on the number of presenters. If you are interested in giving a lightning talk, please email the Early-Career Secretary, Terik Daly (Terik.Daly@jhuapl.edu), by 5:00 p.m. EDT on May 7, 2021. Attach a single slide, in PDF format, with your name, affiliation, and a figure or two that highlight your research. We encourage presenters from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences.
For further information regarding the scientific content:
SBAG Steering Committee Chair
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
For further information regarding early career science content:
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
For further information regarding registration and virtual delivery:
Meeting and Publication Services
USRA/Lunar and Planetary Institute
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