June 1st and 2nd (two days)
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Early career travel support: With funding from NASA, we are planning to offer limited U.S. travel support for early career scientists to participate in the 23rd SBAG meeting, to be held at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, MD on June 1 – 2, 2020. Interested undergraduate students, graduate students, postdocs, and other early career scientists (within 5 years of terminal degree) should submit a letter and a CV to the SBAG Early Career Secretary, Terik Daly (email@example.com), via email by COB (5 pm Eastern time) on April 3rd, 2020. The letter, which must not exceed 2 pages, should demonstrate financial need and explain how the applicant's work relates to the purposes of the SBAG. The letter and CV should be combined into a single PDF attached to the email. Recipients of NASA travel support will be expected to give a short presentation (~10-15 minutes) of their SBAG-relevant work at the June 2020 SBAG meeting.
Lightning Talks: We are providing time on the agenda for early-career scientists and engineers present at the meeting to introduce themselves and their research to the community. The talks will be 3 minutes each. If you are interested in giving a lightning talk, please contact the early-career secretary Terik Daly ( firstname.lastname@example.org) two weeks before the meeting.